Lemon Sole is a delicious fish landed in significant quantities into Cornish markets like Looe. It has very soft but deliciously flavoured flesh. With this quick and easy to follow video guide you too can prepare a delicious fillet or two in no time under the guidance of our expert mongers!
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. With this quick and easy to follow video guide you too can prepare a delicious fillet or two in no time under the guidance of our expert mongers!
Gurnard is a beautiful looking fish sometimes referred to as angelfish. It remains very much underrated, making it good value, although prices have gone up as it has been discovered. With this quick and easy to follow video guide you too can prepare a delicious fillet or two in no time under the guidance of our expert mongers!
One word for Cornish Lobster… wow! We are very proud to specialise in what is arguably the most prized seafood species on the planet. We ONLY supply native lobsters, the majority of which are landed in the clear Atlantic waters off the north and south coasts of Cornwall. If you’re wondering how to buy, prepare and enjoy the finest lobster available, you’re in the right place!
We’re going absolutely mad for molluscs at Fish for Thought, so much so that Chef Adam has been making waves in the kitchen and concocted three mouth-watering new cooking kits!
Crab is clawsome! Not only is it incredibly delicious, it has amazing health benefits too. We’re very proud to supply Cornish Crab - which we believe to be the best in the world – that is pot-caught around the clear blue waters off the coast of Cornwall. Let’s take a look at this super shellfish and why it’s a cracking addition to your diet!
A barbecue loaded with marinated fish and shellfish is a beautiful thing. There’s endless ways to grill seafood so we’ve spoken to our very own Chef Adam to find out his top tips for barbecuing. Read on, fire up the coals and get grilling. You can’t buy happiness BUT you can enjoy succulent, sensational barbecued seafood – and that’s kind of the same thing!
This June, we’re celebrating all the magnificent men in our lives… #LetsHearItForTheBuoys! We should all be enjoying at least two portions of seafood a week for optimum health, so let’s encourage all the fin-tastic fellas to becoming Seafoodie Heroes and reap the amazing health benefits of a diet rich in fish and shellfish.
The Cornish Hake fishery is an incredible success story and an inspiring example of what can be achieved to help fisheries recover. As recently as 2006, Hake was a species that was suffering from significant over-fishing and stocks were falling - it was most definitely not sustainable and was highlighted as a species 'to avoid'.