You may have noticed that last week's E-newsletter had a misleading picture. Despite the subject of troll-caught wild king salmon, the picture presented was in fact that of a farmed king salmon. We apologize for any confusion this incorrect picture may have caused and want to reiterate our steadfast commitment to transparency and traceability. If you ever have any questions about products or are looking for more information, please don't hesitate to ask, that's what were here for.
Now, with that out of the way, we're thrilled to announce that some gorgeous looking Mudbugs (Crawfish) will be arriving this Friday, so get your favorite seasoning mix, gather your friends and celebrate the weekend in style.
On the oyster front, we're going east coast centric this weekend, Just too many great varieties that we want to try out or haven't had in the store in a while. Blackberry Point oysters from Foxley River, PEI are making their first appearance. They're a great large choice oyster suitable for half shell or other preparations and have full meats and that classic high brine from Prince Edward Island.
Check out the full specialty list and oyster lineup below.
Wild King Salmon, Troll caught, North Pacific
Steelhead, North Pacific
Live Maine Urchin, CA
Trigger Fish, NC
Blood Clams, Cape Cod, MA
Live Conch, Cape Cod, MA
Arriving Friday April 20th, 2012
Live Crawfish, LA
Soft Shell Crabs, FL
Live Dungeness Crab, WA
Shad Roe, VA
Weekend Oyster Lineup
Blackberry Point, Foxley River, PEI
Watch Hill, Winnapaug Pond, RI
Hog Neck, Southold, Long Island
Barnstables, Barnstable, MA
Wiley Point, Damariscotta River, ME
Mystic, Noank, CT
Broadwater, Occohannock Creek, VA
Flying Point, Maquoit Bay, WA
Kumamoto, Humboldt Bay, CA
Eagle Rock, Totten Inlet, BC
We hope you'll stop by this weekend and take advantage! Stay tuned next Thursday for another addition of specialty items. Please note that occasionally items listed will not make it to our store due to weather or unforeseen supply issues.
The Lobster Place