Haddock is landed around the Cornish coast. They are a silvery grey colour with a black lateral line and a grey-black splodge just behind the gills. This is said to be the thumbprint of St Peter! The Haddock fisheries are showing good signs of recovery and the Cornish fishery is well managed.
We’re not bragging or anything... but it seems when we send out our one-of-a-kind Seafood Boxes we seem to get nothing but glowing reviews and high praises. This could be the unrivalled quality of local sustainable seafood, the very cool and fully recyclable packaging, easy to follow (and delicious) recipes crafted by our in-house chef or maybe perhaps people just really like the free fridge-magnets of Paul’s face?
We have assembled some of the most common (and tastiest) hot sauce recipes to go with fish and seafood just for you. Below you will find how to easily make Fish Velouté, White Wine Sauce, Beurre Blanc, Hollandaise (the easy way) & Beurre Noisette.
Harvesting began in 2007 and the company has been providing premium Atlantic Halibut to the market, week in week out since that time. The ethos of the farm is geared towards producing quality without compromise, rather than quantity, meaning that demand for these fabulous fish has always outstripped supply.
Arguably the most important part of Christmas, for a brief moment - forget the gifts, forget the holiday spirit, forget the Christmas hits you hear every year and definitely forget about the enormous amount of tidying up you will probably have to do after Christmas bulldozes its way through the household. Now is the time to focus on that pre-Christmas-roast tummy-rumble.
We’re totally spoilt for beautiful coastlines in Cornwall - and it’s no surprise that being surrounded by these stunning, clean waters means that there’s a long history of sea fishing in the county. As a result, there’s a wealth of mouthwatering seafood restaurants making the most of the fantastic produce we have on our doorstep! Here’s just five of our favourite Seafood Restaurants in the county…
It’s one of our biggest distractions here at FFT HQ – deciding how to cook and serve what we love the most… seafood! Should I make a fish pie? Perhaps a simple, grilled fillet with crusty bread and salad? Maybe a hearty stew? There’s endless ways to prepare and enjoy seafood so we’ve compiled 5 of our favourite techniques which guarantee amazing results – however you choose to eat it!
Pasta and Seafood or “Pasta e Frutti di mare” as they probably say in Italy, is a fusion of the finest export of the Italian culture (besides the odd Ferrari) partnered with some of the heartiest seafood that gets landed into our picturesque cornish harbours daily.
Calling all health-heroes, foodies, fitness-freaks and people who love blogs with facts in them. We have crunched the numbers, researched data, looked at spreadsheets and even hired a fish-whisperer to ask the fish themselves to find out which ones are the highest in protein. Of course, our history and expertise within the seafood industry also helps a lot but we thought best leave nothing to chance.
With Halloween fast approaching, we thought we’d serve you some monsters from the briny deep! We think that all the fish in the sea are beautiful – think of the stunning, striped markings on mackerel skin, the sparkle and glisten of a salmon’s scales - even the cute orange spots on a plaice. However – there are some fish that definitely wouldn’t ‘win’ any beauty contests, despite being healthy and delicious! Read on for some fearsome feast ideas.
With supermarkets offering the same ‘safe’ but boring choices of 7-14 day old seafood, more and more people are searching for a ‘fishmonger near me’ in hope of something better. Buying from a Cornish fishmonger which is local to the historic and traditional fishing ports of Cornwall is hugely beneficial in ensuring you are receiving the very freshest & best of local sustainable fish and seafood.