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Alaskan Halibut
From Seward to Sitka, the mighty Alaskan Halibut is a favorite of seafood-loving Alaskans. One taste of the fine-grained, snow-white flesh of a genuine Alaskan Halibut and you'll know why. This is no "grocery-store" fillet. The flavor is mild yet slightly sweet. The texture is exceptionally firm. It's wonderful sauteed with lemon and fresh dill-or crowned with equal parts good mayonnaise and Parmesan, then baked to a golden brown. You may have tasted our Alaskan Harvest Halibut in a few fine seafood restaurants (we supply only the best). Now you can enjoy this delicacy yourself or send something truly special to a halibut lover. For a really special treat, experience the delicate taste of Halibut Cheeks.

Wild Alaskan Black Cod (Sablefish)
Whether chefs grill it, cure it, smoke it or poach it, Alaska Black Cod, which is also known as Sablefish, is becoming one of the hottest fish on today's menus. Known for its velvety, rich flavor, delicate texture, and high oil content, there's no mistaking this fish for bland. Alaska Black Cod with its fresh-caught mild, moist and flaky flavor has become such a popular menu item. Low in calories and excellent source of high-quality protein and essential nutrients makes this fish it a perfect choice for a healthy diet. Black Cod can contain up to 50% more Omega-3 Oil than salmon!

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.

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