Recipes & Cooking
We love the classic Moules Mariniere with onions, garlic, white wine, coriander and cream. Having said that they work well with a Thai flavour and with a Mediterranean base, or when added to a fish stew or bouillabaisse.
Cleaning, storing and cooking Mussels - watch Chef Adam in action here:
Health & Nutrition
Mussels have the most impressive nutritional profile of all shellfish. They contain high levels of highly desirable long chain fatty acids EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid). These fats have many beneficial effects, including improving brain function and reducing inflammatory conditions, such as arthritis. Mussels are also a brilliant source of vitamins. Plus they give you a shot of important minerals, such as zinc, which helps build immunity. Mussels even contain levels of iron and folic acid to rival red meats. Mussels are very low in cholesterol and are an excellent source of Omega 3 with 956 miligrams per 100 g of mussel meat.
We have just finished a plate on Tagliatelle Vongole with your clams. One didn’t open, one cracked, the rest of the kilo were sweet, tender and tasty. We will be back for more. Brilliant sourcing.
Mike Cronk, Wiltshire
Just to say thank you for literally the best mussels ever I will definitely order from you again - brilliant service thank you
It's a seafoodie sort of day!
Outstanding! We had the smoked mackerel with poached eggs this morning for breakfast and Dinner will be mussels in white wine garlic cream and French bread. Thank you and keep up the great work!
Stuart Nichol, Kent