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Rockfish


Rockfish fillets

$79.50



Some solid advice: treat yourself to Rockfish! Very capable of topping a fish taco, or being served as the main event. Mild, delicately flavored rockfish will change the minds of those who claim they "don't like seafood." In many fine West coast restaurants, you may see rockfish sometimes referred to as Pacific Red Snapper.

 

 

Mahi Mahi fillets

$34.50



Mahi-Mahi is one of our personal favorites! Also formally termed "Dorado," "Mahi" for short is one of the most striking species of fish in the ocean. Inside, the meat is white, and extremely mild and has a firm texture, making it ideal for grilling, topping off a salad, or most popularly, used in fish tacos!

 

Some solid advice: treat yourself to Rockfish!

Mild, delicately flavored rockfish will change the minds of those who claim they "don't like seafood." It's low in fat (just 1.4 grams in a 3.5 oz serving), so it fits deliciously into the good and good-for-you category. There's no trick to cooking rockfish. It's especially moist and flavorful baked or cooked in the microwave. This lean, medium textured fish may be enhanced with lemon, herbs or spices, but don't overdo. Rockfish can be overwhelmed by heavy sauces. In many fine West coast restaurants, you may see rockfish sometimes referred to as Pacific Red Snapper.

You better order soon! Rockfish fishing has strict limitations in effect, so quantities are limited. These restrictions are expected to last at least the next 10 years, and its our guess that the limits will only become more strict as time goes on.

 
 
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