Fresh Seafood

WE HAVE OYSTERS AVAILABLE!

**Shucked and in the shell. Please call the store for pricing and availability**

Crabmeat

Fresh Maryland Jumbo Lump

$39.99 lb.




Fresh Maryland Backfin

$20.99 lb.

Premium Gulf  Shrimp

(Wild Caught Gulf Shrimp)

Large - 31/35 Count

1lb. - Raw or Steamed
$10.99

5 lbs. - Raw or Steamed
$52.99

5 lbs. - Frozen
$44.99

X-Large - 21/25 Count

1lb. - Raw or Steamed
$12.99

5 lbs. - Raw or Steamed
$62.99

5 lbs. - Frozen
$54.99

Jumbo - 10/15 Count

1lb. - Raw or Steamed
$15.99

5 lbs. - Raw or Steamed
$72.99

5 lbs. - Frozen
$64.99

Fresh Fish

Sea Scallops
Texture: Firm, meaty
Flavor: Mild to briny
Preparation: Seared, broiled, fried or grilled


Tilapia

Texture: Flaky, Firm and tender

Flavor: Mild and sweet

Preparation: Fried, broiled or baked

Grouper

Texture: firm, dense, very flaky

Flavor: Mild, sweet

Preparation: Easily grilled but may be fried, broiled or baked

Cod

Texture: Lean, medium-firm, big flakes

Flavor: Mild, sweet, delicate, smooth

Preparation: Fried, broiled, baked or sauteed
(Not recommended for grilling)

Rockfish

Texture: Firm, dense flakes

Flavor: strong, meaty

Preparation: Easily grilled but may be fried, broiled or baked

Tuna

Texture: Tender, flaky, moist

Flavor: Mild

Preparation: Mimic beef preparation; grill, sear, flash-cook, sushi; best served rare/medium rare

Sockeye Salmon

Texture: Firmer

Flavor: Mild, buttery, rich and woody

Preparation: Grilled, broiled or baked; serve medium-rare, tendency to dry out

Farmed Atlantic Salmon

Texture: Firm

Flavor: Fatty, buttery

Preparation: Grilled, broiled, baked or smoked

Halibut

Texture: Lean, firm, tight grained

Flavor: Mild and sweet

Preparation: Grilled, broiled, sauteed; will easily dry out if over-cooked

Flounder

Texture: Thin, delicate

Flavor: Sweet, mild

Preparation: Seared, broiled or baked
(Not recommended for grilling)

Prince Edward Island Mussels

Texture: Chewy

Flavor: Sweet, fatty

Preparation: Steamed, put in sauce, sauteed with butter, garlic, and white wine

Middle Neck Clams

Texture: Meaty, chewy

Flavor: Salty, minerally

Preparation: Chowders and stews, steam or grill

Updated: 10/20/17