Monday, September 13, 2010

Wild Edibles Seafood Update

Good Morning Chefs and Buyer,
Back for the fall is the Chilean Turbot, this deep water fish has a flat, lozenge-shaped body the flesh is lean, firm and flavorful. It can be cooked whole like sole, or in fillets.  A shipment of Turbot is arriving on Tuesday so give this fish a try and get your orders in.  Also in from the southern Hemisphere is King Klip from Chile. The kingklip has a light, sweet flavor, much like orange roughy or bass. With a texture that is firm and tender this fish portions into long large sized fillets that are excellent for roulades as well as for sautéing, oven-baking, poaching, grilling or frying. 
Also arriving today are Crayfish, Corvina, Coho Salmon, Wild Striped Bass, and, Gray Tile Fish.
"You learn you can do your best even when it's hard, even when you're tired and maybe hurting a little bit. It feels good to show some courage." Joe Namath
Enjoy the first Monday of Football season,
Eric Morris
Account Executive
Wild Edibles Seafood

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