Monday, December 9, 2013

Wild Edibles Newsletter 12-9-2013

Good Morning Chefs and Buyers,

This morning we have Spanish turbot back in the warehouse. Turbot is highly prized species (and often regarded as the best of the flat fish) with great flavor and firm white flesh. The texture is similar to halibut, but it has a slightly more pronounced “fishy” taste. During the cooking process it retains plenty of moisture.

The ever popular Jumbo black sea bass is available for you today. With multiple states open right now there is plenty of black see bass to go around for everyone. Its tender mouthwatering flesh is fit for the most formal of occasions. Their white flesh is sweet and the skin is often left on to be fried or have it crispy.

Cobia are pelagic and are normally solitary except during spawning, however they will congregate at reefs, wrecks, harbors, buoys and other structure. They may also enter estuaries and mangroves in search of prey. Cobia is distributed worldwide in tropical, subtropical and warm-temperate waters.

We have beautiful Razor Clams from Maine in the warehouse today. Razor clams have a firm texture, mild brininess and a mild clam flavor. They usually are cut into steaks, diced, ground to use in chowders, fritters, etc.,

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