Mussels 101: How to Choose, store and clean

There are many perks in serving Mussels at the dining table: they are less expensive than other seafoods such as crabs or lobsters, and have a sweet taste that is beloved in cuisines worldwide. It is lean and high in omega-3 fatty acids. Cooked mussels...

Read more

Wild Alaskan Salmon is gold standard for nutrition

Would you buy a Wild Alaskan salmon for $19.90 per 200g? You would be paying twice the amount as compared to salmons found in supermarkets which is normally farmed salmon unless stated otherwise. It seems like such an extravagant price tag for food. But what...

Read more

For the love of Pacific Oysters

After 18 months of meticulous care, New Zealand oyster farmers serve up perfectly conditioned Pacific oysters for seafood lovers.   “Pacific oyster farming in New Zealand is a craft that has been honed over 30 years,” said Mr McCallum,...

Read more

What is the difference between Salmon & Salmon Trout

There are good reasons why the majestic Salmon remains such a popular choice - it's full of vitamins, lends itself to countless easy preparations, and has an undeniably rich flavor. But lately, it gets more confusing when shopping for Salmon as merchants...

Read more

8 reasons why you should love Mackerel

A firm-fleshed, oil-rich fish with an iridescent silver and blue striped skin. Mackerel is a delicious and nutritious fish, with intense creamy meat packed with omega-3 fatty acids. The term " mackerel" means marked or spotted. It is a common name applied...

Read more

Benefits of eating blue mussels

Adding some zest to your repertoire, try out this Spicy Mussel Linguine recipe. Serve this for dinner with a glass of chilled white wine, cheese and freshly squeezed lemon juice! Here's a fun fact or rather excuse for you to indulge in Mussels: Blue...

Read more