Rich in omega-3 fatty acids, fish is a wonderful way to incorporate more nutrient dense foods into your diet. But did you know that not all fish are created equal? We take extreme care to make sure that our beef is 100% ethically and sustainably sourced – and we do the same for our seafood.
Sustainable fishing means catching our seafood responsibly and with great thought, with great attention to the health of our environment and the people whose livelihood depend on the long term effects of said environment.
These are just some of our favorite wild-caught fish recipes, ranging from appetizers to quick meals to some seriously elaborate dishes!
One of our most popular sustainable seafood options, sablefish can be dressed up or down – depending on your time and dedication to dinner! We love it quickly pan fried with a little bit of oil, slow roasted in the oven with some herbs or even poached in our homemade stock.
We loved this extra healthy and gluten free take on fish & chips, a classic pub dish. Instead of serving it with chips, we chose to sauté a side of snap peas for optimal crunch and flavor. We paired it with a homemade tarter sauce to bring out the flavor in the cod.
If you’re looking for a simple, carefree appetizer that will wow your guests but keep your time in the kitchen short, look no further. This recipe can be made up to a day in advance and prepped the day of your event.
The combination of herbed butter with the already buttery taste of the halibut may seem overwhelming at first glance – but after our first bite we were hooked. Roasted until flakey, our wild caught Alaskan halibut takes on the savory and aromatic notes of the thyme and herbed butter.
Spring into the warm weather with this delicious salmon and salsa recipe. Tangy, bright and deviously simple to make, this salmon dish with delight your senses!