What’s Your Favorite Fish Dish? 

Posted on Mar 18, 2020 in fish recipes, Fresh Fish
What’s Your Favorite Fish Dish? 

We love seafood! Fried, grilled, and seared – there are so many tasty ways to enjoy a meal made with fish. There are so many varieties of fish and so many ways to prepare it that the combinations can create hundreds of options for meals. Your family probably has a few dishes that they look […]

Why Salmon is a “Superfish!” 

Posted on Feb 19, 2020 in fish recipes, health benefits, weight control
Why Salmon is a “Superfish!” 

It’s no secret that we love fish. However, we love to talk about how some fish are so packed with nutrients that they are considered by nutritionists around the globe as a “superfish.” The health benefits go above and beyond the average serving of protein. Let’s examine why salmon is considered by many practitioners and […]

How a Pescetarian Diet Can Help Cognitive Functions

Posted on Feb 5, 2020 in fish recipes, Fresh Fish, weight control
How a Pescetarian Diet Can Help Cognitive Functions

The Pescatarian diet has been around for thousands of years dating back to the earliest civilizations. Ancient cities in what is now Asia, the Mediterranean region, and the country of Greece show a long history of reliance on fish for protein. While the science of a diet rich in fish was not completely understood in […]

The Simple Pleasures of Salmon

Posted on Jan 11, 2019 in fish recipes, Fresh

Salmon is one of the most popular species of fish at Channel Fish Processing. We know our consumers love salmon, as it’s great in health benefits and it’s available often. Salmon goes a long way with its rich and enticing flavor. The flavor is unlike any other fish. Some white fishes taste similar, but you […]

Mussels in White Wine Sauce

Posted on Oct 1, 2018 in Cleaning, fish recipes, health benefits, Process

Mussels are a shellfish favorite. During the summer and fall seasons, mussels in a white wine sauce is a perfectly delicious and hot meal. This recipe is particularly great for an appetizer, but can also be easily made into a meal with a side of linguini or angel hair. Whether cooking for a dinner party, […]

What to Know About Eating and Shucking Oysters

Posted on Sep 1, 2018 in fish recipes

Oysters are shellfish favorites in New England. When paired with cocktail sauce, lemon, and horseradish, they’re definitely a tasty treat, when in season. At raw bars, oysters on the half-shell are one of the most common orders. You can eat raw clams, like cherrystones, but oysters seem to be the most common crowd pleaser. Let’s […]

How to Host a Clambake

Posted on Aug 1, 2018 in fish recipes, Process

Hosting a clambake is a great idea for a seasonal gathering. You can host a day cookout and have a clambake, or host an evening gathering and serve dinner. Clambakes are Summer and Autumn favorites here in New England. With the fresh, native species available to us, we can curate the best clambake with only […]

Cod vs. Haddock

Posted on Jun 1, 2018 in fish recipes, Process

Haddock and Cod are two of the most popular of the white fish. Everyone loves these favorites, especially during the summertime, and cooked in so many different ways. We’re going to break down the similarities and differences between the top two species of America’s favorite white fish. These two fishes are very similar, as it’s […]

A Short Tuna Guide: Four Different Species

Posted on May 15, 2018 in fish recipes, health benefits

You may know some of them, and you may eat some of them every day. Others you may never have heard before, but now you’ll be able to recognize it on the menu and try something new. We’ve put together a short guide with four different species of tuna. If you’re a tuna lover, check […]

3 of the Best Ways to Eat Shrimp

Posted on May 10, 2018 in fish recipes

Shrimp is one of the ocean’s many delicacies. There are so many ways to consume shrimp, and everyone prefers it differently. Read on to find the three best ways we recommend preparing shrimp. If you don’t make them for your very next fish dish, then that’s quite alright; you’ll want to wait for the right […]