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Brain Health and Fish

Are you concerned about mental decline? Whether you are worried about staying sharp at work or developing Alzheimer’s disease, studies suggest that eating certain types of fish may help you improve the health of your brain and protect your mental faculties. Docosahexaenoic acid, or DHA, is one of the omega-3 fatty acids in fish. It Read more...

Simple Cooking Tips for Fresh Tuna

Canned tuna is a staple in many American’s diets because it is easy to prepare and has a nice meaty texture. This mild tasting fish is even better fresh. Once you learn how to prepare tuna steaks, you’ll wonder why you settled for tuna salad and tuna casserole. Tuna steaks are a healthful alternative to beef steaks. They have a similar texture but are low Read more...

How to Perfectly Grill a Fish

Have you heard horror stories about grilling fish that have left you assuming it will be a fiasco? Most of us have heard at least one story from a friend or family member of a failed attempt to cook fish on the grill that ended with fish fillets stuck to the grate or falling into the coals. Your story doesn’t Read more...

How to Prepare Red Snapper

Red snapper is named after its bright red and pink metallic scales. It is common in the Caribbean and along the mid-Atlantic coast. It is a popular white fish because it has a nice mild flavor. It tastes wonderful roasted with fresh herbs and lemon juice. You can buy it whole or in fillets. Since it is a thin fish, it is best Read more...

Tips for Buying and Storing Seafood

Seafood is easy to make and nutritious. Studies have shown that eating fish and shellfish regularly can improve your overall health and decrease the risk of life threatening medical conditions such as heart disease. Considering all the benefits, it is surprising that Americans consume seafood less than any other animal protein. If you are new to buying and preparing seafood (of all Read more...

Reasons to Eat Fish for Breakfast

Unless you’re from New York, the idea of eating fish for breakfast may sound foreign. Even though fish is a breakfast staple in countries around the world from England to Japan, it isn’t considered a breakfast food in most of the U.S. Maybe it’s time to change that. There are many health benefits to starting your day with a serving of fish.   Here Read more...

Healthy Seafood: The Benefits of Omega 3 Including for Heart and Mental Health

Seafood is one of the best dietary sources of omega-3 fatty acids. Studies suggest that eating fish and shellfish rich in omega-3 fatty acids at least once a week can be good for your heart and mind. Omega-3 fats are essential nutrients. They are integral for healthy cell membranes and functioning cell receptors in your bodies. They also play a vital role Read more...

A Beginner’s Guide to Cooking Great Fish and Seafood

It is a great time to learn how to cook seafood if eating healthier is at the top of your list of New Year’s resolutions. Seafood is a wonderful source of lean protein, vitamin D and omega 3 fatty acids. The biggest obstacle to making a quick and delicious seafood meal is inexperience. Visit our wholesale fish market to purchase seafood for the Read more...

Everything You Need to Know to Make Mussels at Home

Winter is the perfect season to enjoy a bowl of mussels in savory broth. These shellfish have a quarter of the calories of beef and are richer in nutrients like vitamin B12, selenium, zinc and folate. If eating healthy is on the top of your list of New Year’s resolutions, eating more mussels is a great idea. You can easily prepare a delicious bowl Read more...

3 Top Notch Ways to Cook Fresh Scallops

When scallops are prepared right, they are tender and rich like a small filet mignon with a milder taste profile and fewer calories. The key to making perfect scallops is to make sure that they do not dry out. If you cook these little mollusks for too long they can quickly become tough. You want to cook them just enough that they are no Read more...