Thursday, September 16, 2010

Wild Edibles Seafood Update

Good Morning Chefs and Buyers,
Today has brought in some specialties form around the globe.  Starting with our friends in Hawaii we have some Onaga Snapper just flown in.  This pacific fish has a clear light pink flesh, and sweet flavor.  Florida Amberjacks that came in are monsters sized 20+ lbs.  Caribbean Black Grouper is looking marvelous, as is the Escolar we pulled from the coast of Panama.  Our Chilean Turbot was delayed a day and will be arriving on Friday morning in time to make your weekend menu. 
Wild Salmon season is lasting longer then years past, we are still seeing some really great fish coming in from Alaska.  Enjoy these beauties while they are still available.  From the rumor mill we hear that Wild Stripe Bass prices are going to start inching down again.  We are sourcing our fish from dayboats in Montauk and catches are up while Hamptons demand is down.  
  "The world cares very little about what a man or woman knows; it is what a man or woman is able to do that counts"
Booker T Washington
Enjoy the weekend,
Eric Morris
Account Executive
Wild Edibles Seafood

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