Friday, March 5, 2010

Wild Alaskan Halibut

As the saying goes "No matter how long the winter, spring is sure to follow." And nowhere is that more true than at Kanaloa Seafood Market. We had a great winter, and with spring fast approaching it's time to look forward to a new season of seafood and more great reasons to come see what we have to offer. Just as the frost disappears around us, so does the defrosted Alaskan halibut, because March marks the opening of the wild Alaskan Halibut season, and Kanaloa works with first receivers to ensure you get the freshest product as soon as it hits the market. Stay tuned for updates through our posts, both here on our blog, and on twitter.

Fun Facts and Information:
  • Eating/Cooking: 3.5oz. serving- 130 calories, 22g. protein, 3g. fat. Versatile fish, great baking, broiling, grilling, and kebabs...sears well, doesn't overcook easily.
  • Catch: hook & line, quota based system for sustainability, MSC (Marine Stewardship Council) certified
  • Diet: halibut feed on salmon, flounder, octopus, pollock, and cod. These eating habits make halibut a very sweet and succulent fish.

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