Fiskesuppe, literally “fish soup,” is a Nordic staple chock full of seafood, veggies and a creamy, heartwarming broth. This delicious take on chowder will have you questioning how it’s low carb and gluten free!
This easy and delicious Petrale Sole recipe is perfect for a quick and easy meal. With only 6 main ingredients, this dish is simple to make and will be sure to please.
This recipe calls for a seafood medley, Peruvian flavors, and only 15 minutes of your time.Read Blog →
Hans is here to show you how to make super simple Rockfish Tacos. Great for family dinners!Read Blog →
Who doesn’t love fish n chips? They’re warm, salty, beer-battered, and there’s protein somewhere in there :). Our recipe was developed in collaboration with Tim Korinth of Scrumptious Fish n Chips~ Give it a go and let us know what you think!Read Blog →
Coastal Californians are familiar with the Pacific Sand Dabs, a flatfish that’s sustainably harvested and a local favorite. Lightly sweet and delicate in flavor, Sand Dabs are often sold whole and delightful to eat on their own.Read Blog →
Ceviche is our kind of salad! Full of crunchy veggies, juicy shrimp, a citrus zing, and a spicy kick, this recipe can’t go wrong.Read Blog →
California halibut is a local treat and, fun fact, not the same as Pacific halibut! They’re sustainably caught via hook and line in Monterey Bay, and they’re versatile in the kitchen.Read Blog →
Mussels are ecosystem engineers, protecting our shorelines and filtering our oceans for the better. They also happen to be a tasty and sustainable seafood choice. Build your (cooking) mussels and add this recipe to your repertoire!Read Blog →
Creamy and delicious Fettuccine Alfredo with local Santa Cruz Dungness Crab. This recipe is super simple, but produces some great flavors.Read Blog →
Who doesn't love a good Seafood Chowder!? Especially during the "cold" California winter months. We hope you enjoy our take oRead Blog →
We have had such a healthy and thriving King Salmon season this year! The season will continue on until late fall, and if...Read Blog →