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Rainbow Trout Memories From Greg Saldana

Rainbow Trout Memories From Greg Saldana

Our great customer and friend, Greg Saldana, loves to fish, take pictures and cook. I’ve been lucky to enjoy his...

Poke – The Taste of Hawaii

Poke – The Taste of Hawaii

If you’re like me and love sashimi, ceviche, crudo, tartare or almost anything that’s raw, pickled, cured or corned you’re...

Even More Mackerel?

Even More Mackerel?

I’m kind of proud of the fact that Monahan’s is the king of the flavorful fish in these parts. We’ve...

It’s Oyster Grillin’ Time!

It’s Oyster Grillin’ Time!

As I sit on my deck basking in the sweetness of a perfect spring evening, I’m about to fire up...

The WHOLE Fish (and Nothing but the Fish)

The WHOLE Fish (and Nothing but the Fish)

Ever prepare a whole grilled bronzino or a whole steamed walleye or black sea bass with ginger, garlic, scallions and...

The Soft and Beautiful Swimmers are Back!

The Soft and Beautiful Swimmers are Back!

Soft shell crabs (jumbos) fresh in today! My wife, Lisa, is so happy, her favorite thing in the world has returned. What...

A Sure Bet- Clams Casino!

A Sure Bet- Clams Casino!

Here’s the ultimate classic appetizer served in some form in almost every Italian restaurant on the East Coast- Clams Casino!...

The Wild Salmons of Spring: Copper River Kings and Sockeyes

The Wild Salmons of Spring: Copper River Kings and Sockeyes

Of all the amazing, wonderful, and delicious fish that we're still fortunate enough to harvest from the wilds of the seas, the Pacific salmons are way up there as the closest thing to nature's perfect food, full of flavor, goodness, and Omega 3 fatty acids. Out of all the salmons from California to Alaska there is one that stands out as the King, the Copper River King Salmon!

Sardinhas Assadas- Grilled Portuguese Sardines: The Uncleaned Version

Sardinhas Assadas- Grilled Portuguese Sardines: The Uncleaned Version

It’s time to fire up the grill and enjoy some great food and drink! We’ve grilled some great fish and...

The Incredible Invertebrate Octopus!

The Incredible Invertebrate Octopus!

The octopus is truly one of the most interesting and amazing creatures in the sea. With 289 species ranging in size from 2 inches to over 10 feet and over 60 lbs. (we had a 30-pounder at the market back in the '80s)—an octopus is the a type of mullosk called a cephalopod (the same group as squid, cuttlefish and nautilus)...Octopus is delicious! They make a wonderful salad with tomatoes, onions and a lemony vinaigrette or stewed in a nice tomato sauce and served over pasta or with some crusty bread.