Mahimahi and Weekend Specialties 6.9.16 June 08 2016 Posted in

On the east coast, summer seafood options get a much needed boost as migratory fish such as tuna, sword and mahimahi make their way up the gulf stream to points up north to take advantage of the warmer water and feeding that comes along with it.  While we are of the humble opinion that U.S. Atlantic fish stocks provide some of the best eating fish around, it’s always nice to see some new faces in the lineup.  As temps start to warm up, we’ve started to see some excellent hook and line mahimahi coming out of the south and mid-Atlantic.  This week’s mahimahi hails from South Carolina and has a moderate flavor with lean and fairly firm, large moist flakes.  Mahimahi is great just about any way you can think to cook it and it tastes even better when it’s caught this close.

Specialty Items 

Albacore, HI
Blowfish Tails, MD
King Salmon, WA
Mahimahi, SC
Opah Belly, HI
Rock Crab Claws, CA
Sea Urchin, CA
Sockeye, AK
Soft Shell Crabs, MD
Tuna Belly, HI

Oyster Lineup

Gooseberry, Malpeque Bay, PEI
Wiley Point, Damariscotta River, ME
Merry Oysters, Duxbury Bay, MA
Rocky Nook, Kingston Bay, MA
Lieutenant Island, Wellfleet Harbor, MA
Katama, Katama Bay, MA
Watch Hill, Winapaug Pond, RI
Hummock Island, Compo Cove, CT
Oyster Ponds, Orient Bay, NY
Widow’s Hole, Peconic Bay, NY
Peconic Gold, Peconic Bay, NY
Sexton Blondes, Great South Bay, NY
Wildling Bastards, Great Bay, NJ
Cape May, Delaware Bay, NJ
Ship Shoals, Hog Island Bay, VA
Capital, Spencer Cove, WA
Eld Inlet, Eld Inlet, WA
Purple Haze, Hood Canal, WA
Kumomoto, Humboldt Bay, CA

We hope you'll stop by this weekend and take advantage!  Stay tuned next Thursday for another edition of specialty items.  Please note that occasionally items listed will not make it to our store due to weather or unforeseen supply issues.


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