What is Ivory King Salmon?

You might have seen the Ivory King Salmon, and overlooked this striking fish not knowing what it was. It’s worth its weight in, at least, King Salmon.  The unique alabaster flesh, stands out among the King Salmon population, because only 5% of the King salmon population has this unique characteristic. …

Pompano Fish: Taste and Profile

Pompano has been called the world’s most edible fish, much to the surprise of many consumers. However, we tend to believe that many people simply haven’t tried this fish. We know better. If you’re wondering about the Pompano Fish taste, the flesh is somewhat similar to mahi-mahi, mullet, or snapper. …

Ramps Season – Why We’re Wild about Ramps

Ramps have become a darling of the Spring vegetable world, with farmers markets ablaze in consumers and chefs vying for the garlicky, pungent flavor. In short, they’re delicious if food instagrammers and chefs are to be believed. This green onion/leek relative is also known scientifically as allium tricoccum, and their …

Why Grass-Fed Beef isn’t USDA Graded

It’s well known that the USDA grades cuts of meat based on their own outlined criteria. But why is it that Grass-Fed beef is rarely ever met with this distinction? You’ll see Select, Choice, and Prime on all its grain-fed counterparts, and that may impress upon you the quality of …

All About Spot Prawns

Spot Prawns or Amaebi lobster like gems with a decadently and sweet finish. Because of the aforementioned sweetness, they’re also frequently called “sweet shrimp,” these babies have a short season and decadent flavor made for indulgent palates. They’re sustainable, as harvest is kept strictly regulated in short seasons throughout the …

Everything You Need To Know about Escolar

Walu, also known as Escolar, is a delicious, succulent fish that was once considered worthless. We like to think we know better now, but it was also highly regarded prior to falling out of favor in the culinary community.   However, his fish is experiencing a revival of sorts, as …

Ahi and Tuna Grading for Chefs and Restaurants

Also known as Big Eye Tuna — and erroneously known as “ahi tuna”– Ahi is a sought after source of protein for chefs across the country. When sushi became en vogue, so did tuna, and it’s now permanently embedded onto the collective American palate. Ahi is the Hawaiian word for …