Sourcing Information for March 7th-11th 2017

1) (Refreshed) King Salmon Fillet

Salmon glamor with logo

This salmon was caught last season and frozen immediately upon landing. Therefore, it is the freshest frozen salmon you will ever taste ­čÖé It comes refreshed (thawed) and ready to cook.


Salmon Roasted in Butter – so simple and so delicious!

King Salmon with Agrodolce Blueberries – recipe compliments of our friends at Sitka Salmon Shares.

2) Eureka Kumamoto Oysters
Siren oysters with logo

Each package will contain 18 oysters. Beautiful little oysters with a deep cup and very sweet meat. Farmed in open ocean baskets in Eureka.


Mignonette Sauce

Baked Oysters with Fresh Thyme and Sweet Garlic Butter

3) Dungeness Crab, cracked and cleaned or whole cooked

crab stitch

Our Dungeness crabs are caught in Bodega Bay and cooked within hours of being brought ashore. The meat is perfectly cooked with just the right amount of salt in the water. Our whole cooked crabs arrive to you completely intact. This is a great option if you like getting your hands dirty and enjoy eating the delicious “butter.” Each crab should feed two people. If cracking and cleaning isn’t your thing, you should check out our cracked and cleaned crab or our picked crabmeat. Each crab weighs between 1.75 and 2 pounds.


Oven-Roasted Dungeness Crab

Farfalle with Crab Meat and Oregano Butter

4) Black Cod, skin-on, landed in Bodega Bay


Citrus-Soy Glazed Black Cod

Black Cod with Swiss Chard, Olives and Lemon

Your Weekly Seafood News Briefing

2017 Salmon Forecasts Point To Reduced Fishing Opportunities. At the annual Ocean Salmon Information Meeting held in Santa Rosa on March 1st, California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Pacific Fishery Management Council and California Fish and Game Commission presented data stating low salmon returns, based on the severe drought of the past few years. These low numbers will likely impact the California salmon fishery (both recreational and commercial). We will keep you updated as more details are released.

Sustainable seafood company, Dock to Dish, is launching technology that introduces a new level of transparency to commercial fishing, advancing the continued effort to combat fraud in the seafood industry.

This piece in Vogue Magazine is a testament to women in the seafood industry. Happy International Women’s Day (March 8th)!