Good Morning Chefs and Buyers,
It feels like this nasty weather is working it's way out of the area. This should help fill up the seats. Local Swordfish is gorgeous today. It didn't show up yesterday, but what we got today is fantastic. The same shipment brought us more Local head on Mahi Mahi that also look super fresh. Local Sea Trout were a nice surprise this morning. They are anywhere from 2 to 5 pounds each.
Tomorrow is our weekly shipment of Portuguese Sardines. These are always great. Golden Tilefish came in from Florida this morning and weigh about 10 pounds each. Grey Tilefish is in from Virginia. They are a bit smaller at around 6 pounds, but the quality is wonderful. 3/4 Chilean Turbot looks like a good idea for a special.
We brought in a few new oysters to try out today. Fire River Oysters are a medium size and have a high salt and mineral content. They are coming to us from Richibucto, New Brunswick Canada. We also brought in Taunted Inlet Oysters from Maine that are similar in size and salinity. Icelandic Dayboat Cod is set to arrive tonight. This is great news because the Cod we've been getting from Massachusetts lately has been very small. These fish are usually between 10 and 12 pounds each. Bloody Monkfish Tails came in from Boston this morning. We also brought in more Jumbo Black Sea Bass. The price is holding nice and low too. Wild Striped Bass from Rhode Island are coming in with some regularity which is a nice relief. We should be seeing them daily barring any issues.
"All change is not growth, as all movement is not forward." -Ellen Glasgow
Have a great day.
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