Barnacle Foods just took their namesake ingredient and turned it into sweet relish. And they’re hoping you relish the opportunity to try it.
If you grew up in Alaska like I did, you already know canned salmon can be a good thing. Local fishermen have refined custom flavored salmon canning into an art form there.
African Dream Foods is launching a great lineup of spices and sauces inspired by the culture and flavors of Africa. All of which go great with seafood. And I can’t wait to review what they’ve sent me.
Think of the SeaPak Lobster and Shrimp Bites as a crab cake’s smaller cousin. The one that drank coffee as a child and stunted its growth. But that’s fine; SeaPak didn’t make them to be the main entree.
Great Alaska Seafood has a great fix for your fried shrimp addiction: Wild Hand Breaded Coconut Shrimp.
If ever there were a time for a Bloody Mary, it’s 2020. And with Christmas coming up, the Kelp Bloody Mary Box from Barnacle Foods is a great gift idea for anyone who likes a unique spin on that libation.
Seabear Smokehouse bills these Scalibut Cakes as “A deliciously rich combination of Alaskan Scallops and Halibut, plus hand selected herbs and spices, in an easy to serve seafood cake.”
Ed’s Kasilof Seafoods is one of the few suppliers that carries the gourmet specialty know as smoked King Salmon collars. Just like a shirt, the collars are in the area closest to the head.
Ed’s Kasilof Seafoods in Soldotna, Alaska has this Keyport’s King Crab Mac & Cheese in stock and it sounds awesome.
I really think oysters can go shuck themselves. All of them. Get shucked, oysters. That way, we can eat you without the risk of losing our fingers to knives and those razor edges you call shells. Seeing as how that’s never going to happen, though, if you’re big into eating […]