Sourcing Information for July 11th-15th, 2017

1) Pink Shrimp, Brookings, Oregon

OR Pink shrimp

Fresh pink shrimp landed in Brookings, OR. These shrimp will arrive to you cooked, cleaned, and ready to eat.


Note: Because your shrimp will come already cooked, disregard the directions in these recipes to cook the shrimp. Simply add to the dish at the last minute to absorb the flavor, but do not overcook or your shrimp will get tough and rubbery!

Simply Garlic Shrimp

Chili, Lemon and Basil with Israeli Couscous

2) Miyagi Oysters, Pt. Reyes


These sustainably-farmed oysters are among the best oysters on the West Coast. These little beauties are small with a deep cup and full meat. They strike a great balance between briny and sweet. Each package contains 18 oysters.


Grilled Oysters

Oysters Rockefeller

3) Black Cod (Sablefish), Fort Bragg

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Landed in Fort Bragg, this fresh, skin-on black cod (sablefish) fillet is as good as they come. Delicate and buttery, this fish is like no other.


Seared Black Cod with Lemon-Pepper Aioli

Ginger-Lime Black Cod

4) Skin-On California Halibut Fillet, San Francisco

Halibut on wood with logo

This fluke halibut was caught on the F/V Johnny and landed at Pier 45 in San Francisco.


Simple Grilled Halibut

Walnut and Dijon-Crusted Halibut

Wild King Salmon, Coos Bay, OR


Troll-caught fresh wild King salmon landed in Coos Bay, OR. Summer’s finest.


Broiled Salmon with Scallions and Sesame

Slow-Roasted Salmon with Fennel, Citrus and Chiles

6) White Sea Bass, Ventura

California White Sea Bass

This white sea bass was caught on the F/V Gloria Marie by Captain Jeff Hepp, and landed in Ventura, CA.


White Sea Bass with Orange-Fennel Relish

Your Weekly Seafood News Briefing

How Technology Can Save the Ocean…with a little bit of help. “Historically, technology applied to oceans has driven decline. Now there’s a new opportunity for technology to take a role in responsible management: Tech-savvy environmentalists and entrepreneurs are harnessing the power of technology to help enforce regulations, to trace and track fish, to identify illegal product, and more.”

California Dungeness crab industry bounces back with strong season. “Crabbers, seafood processors and state biologists agree that the most recent Dungeness crab season, which ended June 30 south of Mendocino County and will wrap up next week to the north, is above average. Considering the disastrous previous season of 2015-16, which featured historic, months-long closures in the Dungeness crab fishery due to the presence of a neurotoxin in the animals, that’s more than above-average news.”

Proposed wind farm off the coast could generate 1,000 megawatts. “A major wind power project aims to capture the Central Coast’s wind and turn it into electricity. Trident Winds proposes to build a wind farm of 60 to 100 turbines off the coast, from Cayucos to north of Piedras Blancas.”

Have a great week!