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October is National Seafood Month

For the love of October! Clambake Season AND National Seafood Month… Can it get any better than this?! Although we like to celebrate seafood all day, every day, we enjoy using this month to take a step back, and really appreciate the industry from start to finish....

“It’s Clambake Season, and Cleveland is Ready as Usual”

It's Clambake Season, and Cleveland is Ready as Usual By Douglas Trattner "I don't think any other part of the country has a fall clambake season like ours," says Bill Gullo, director of purchasing at Catanese Classic Seafood in the Flats. "I had a clam supplier tell...
Steamed Clams

Clambake Season is Here!

Hosting a clambake can cause even the best chefs, event planners, and caterers to break a sweat. Never fear, we have everything you need to keep this Cleveland tradition alive and well (and promise the only sweat you’ll break will be from running between the party...

Crab Rangoon Super Bowl Dip

Crab Rangoon Dip with toasted Wonton or Pita Chips. A dip so simple it can be executed without sacrificing any of the game, commercials, or Justin Timberlake. Ingredients: 8oz cream cheese softened 8oz lump crab meat (drained) 6oz imitation, shredded crab...
Market Update- October 17th

Market Update- October 17th

Featured Specialty Seafood:Product of: New ZealandCatch Method: LonglineSustainability: Not Rated John Dory is a deep sea fish with a flattened body, unique coloring and distinct markings. John Dory is also known as St.Peter's Fish for its single large dark spot,...

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Market Update- October 10th

Market Update- October 10th

Market Updates:Scallop:Over 60% of the expected 63M lbs has been harvest season to date. Prices have been fairly consistent throughout the summer, but are expected to firm in Q4 due to weather, reduced fishing and holiday demand. Lobsters:There is a shortage on live...

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October is National Seafood Month

October is National Seafood Month

For the love of October! Clambake Season AND National Seafood Month… Can it get any better than this?! Although we like to celebrate seafood all day, every day, we enjoy using this month to take a step back, and really appreciate the industry from start to finish. Our...

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Market Update- October 3rd

Market Update- October 3rd

Market Updates:Scallop:Scallop fishermen have caught a little over 60% of the 2019 quota. Much of the catch lately has been smaller sizes, so there is pressure on U-15 and larger scallops. Prices will be going up on these gradually over the next few weeks. Lake...

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Market Update- September 26th

Market Update- September 26th

Market Updates:Lake Fish:Not much has changed on the lake this week. Walleye production has improved but not yet to full fall season stride. Expect good Walleye supply going forward. Yellow Perch supply is still at summertime levels, but fall production is expected to...

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Market Update- September 19th

Market Update- September 19th

Market Updates:Wild Salmon: This years’ Coho run is well behind expectations in Alaska and BC Canada. There has been fish available but not in quantities to lower pricing enough to be considered attractive. Usually September and into the middle of October is prime...

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Market Update- September 12th

Market Update- September 12th

Market Updates:Hurricane Dorian Aftermath: The effects of last week’s Hurricane Dorian was varied by the different regions it passed through. In the Bahama’s we all know how devastated the Islands are- Sending our sincerest thoughts and prayers for all those affected....

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Clambake Season is Here!

Clambake Season is Here!

Hosting a clambake can cause even the best chefs, event planners, and caterers to break a sweat. Never fear, we have everything you need to keep this Cleveland tradition alive and well (and promise the only sweat you’ll break will be from running between the party and...

read more

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