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Our Favorite Recipes 

We want you to enjoy your Fish & Seafood selection after you get it home. 
We will provide you with a great recipe at the time of your purchase.

Here are a few more (300+) that we love.

We only use and promote sustainable fish, fishing methods, and environmentaly friendly aquaculture. If you have questions about the origins of your fish and seafoods, please feel free to ask.

Down stream we will add more of our favorite recipes here. Keep checking back...

Dirk & Terry's

 
Recipes

Basic Fish Recipes

Grilling

Fish

Arctic  Char:

Farmed or wild

Asian Carp

Cobia

Farmed or wild

Cod:

USA Hook and line caught only

Corvina

European Sea Bass- Branzini, loup de mer, rabalo

Halibut:

Wild caught Alaskan

Kona Kampachi: (Yellowtail)

Hawaiian farm raised

 

Lake Whitefish

Trapnet caught

Mahi:

USA hook and line caught

 

Marlin:

USA Hawaiian only

 

Salmon

 

Sablefish/Black Cod:

Wild caught Alaskan

Skatefish

USA Wild caught 

Snapper:

USA Gulf of Mexico only

Swordfish:

USA Wild caught

Soles

Tilapia

Rainbow Trout:

USA Farm Raised

Tuna, Yellowfin or Bigeye:

USA caught Bigeye or Yellowfin only

Walleye

Yellowtail Amberjack or Hiramasa: Australian farm raised only

 

Crustaceans

Crab, Blue-"Soft Shells": Wild caught

 

Crab, Dungeness: Wild caught

Crawfish/Crayfish/Mudbugs:

Louisiana wild caught

Freshwater Prawns: Farm raised


Lobster:Maine hardshell, wild caught

Shrimp:

  1. Gulf of Mexico, Wild caught USA
  2. Florida rock shrimp, wild

Mollusks

Conch: Use only Bahamian conch


Mussels: Farm raised

Oysters: Farm raised

Scallops: wild caught, dry pack


 

 

Whale   Stew

1  Large Whale
10,000 lbs. Onions - Chopped
25,000 lbs. Carrots - Peeled
30,000 lbs, Potatoes - Peeled
5,000 lbs, Celery - Chopped
50 Cases Canned Tomatoes
20 Boxes of Salt
6 Boxes of Pepper

 

  • Add Vegetables to large pot of boiling water
  • Cut Whale into small pieces
  • Bring to a boil
  • Simmer for two weeks.

Call ahead!
Please allow one week notice to acquire your Whale.

 

 

 

Appetizers & Small Plates

Butters and Sauces

 

RICE:Paella, Rissoto & More...

Salads

Bouillabaisse, Soups, and Stews

Sushi recipes

Side Dishes

Sweet Things That We Like...

Other Stuff We Like...


 

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