Thursday, September 30, 2010

Wild Edibles Seafood Update

Good Morning Chefs and Buyers,
October marks the beginning of National Seafood Month, to mark this month we have some great products coming into our warehouse.  We have jaw dropping Wahoo, these 50lb fish made me stop dead in my tracks, grab some of this fish and you will not be disappointed.  On the same boat came some South Carolina Mutton Snapper, these snapper are a favorite southern specialty for there difficulty to catch,rich flavor, and affordable price.  Found near the coast this fish feeds off of, shrimp, crab, squid, and snails, making its meat a true beauty.   Also in house are New Zealand Pink Snappers or Thai Snapper, sized 1-3 lbs this bream is truly a treat when available. 
On a more local note we have found some gorgeous black seabass landing in New Bedford, Mass.  The price is inching down making this fish perfect as a substitute for this weeks illusive Wild Striped Bass.  Items affected by the weather are Tile, Black Fish, U-10 scallops, and, fresh Squid.  The Wild Salmon situation is look grim, we have not been offered any fish from our contacts on the west.  We are getting a shot of Kings on Friday but after that, we are unsure of the future. 
Dates to look out for are: October 15th-Stone Crab Claw Season Opens
October 16th- Nantucket Bay Scallops should start popping up. 
 "Striving for excellence motivates you; striving for perfection is demoralizing." Harriet Braiker
Eric Morris
Account Executive
Wild Edibles Seafood
718-433-4321 EXT 113

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