9-1-17 Seafood Market News

Farmed Chilean salmon prices have been dropping over the last couple of months as stocks have recovered from March 2016 red tide crisis.  Scottish salmon prices remained stagnant during the European summer holiday and we hope they will soon decrease as we move into... read more

Featured Chef Wiley Earl

Chef Wiley Earl of Smokin Fins and Lucky Fins moved out West from NYC where he started his career in the service industry as a bar back at age 15.  He caught the hospitality bug and moved around a lot absorbing knowledge and expanding his skill set.  Chef Wiley landed... read more

The Big Eat Opens Slow Food Denver

Northeast Seafood sponsored and enjoyed the wonderful food and people of The Big Eat last Thursday the 14th.  The Big Eat is an organization dedicated to strengthening our independent restaurant community and continuing to elevate the dining scene through... read more

7-19 Seafood Market News

We are in the heat of wild sockeye salmon season!  Sockeye is abundant and prices continue to drop.  King Salmon quotas are tightening. We have a great supply of beautiful net caught Kings from the Cook Inlet in Alaska for this weekend, but may have gaps in supply... read more

Handy Soft Shell Crab

Do you love eating fresh crab meat, but don’t like the work of cracking the crab and picking out the little pieces of meat?  Then you’ll love soft shells! Northeast Seafood only offers fresh USA Atlantic Blue Crab during the soft shell crab molting season.  The... read more

Hokkaido Scallops

Bristol Seafood Hokkaido scallops are harvested off the island of North Hokkaido Japan, recognized as a premium scallop species for their sweet flavor and firmness.  Hokkaido scallops are from a Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certified sustainable fishery and listed... read more

6-14-2017 Seafood Market News

It’s Father’s Day this weekend! Outdoor patios will be filled with customers hungry for grilled favorites like swordfish, marlin, lobsters and salmon.  June 21st is the Summer Solstice, marking the longest day of sunlight in the northern hemisphere.  Fourth of July is... read more

Featured Chef Penelope Wong of Glenmoor C.C.

Penelope Wong, Executive Chef at Glenmoor Country Club Penelope Wong is celebrating her 13th anniversary in her role as Executive Chef at Glenmoor Country Club in Cherry Hills Village, CO.  During her 19-year tenure at Glenmoor CC, Chef Penelope has fused Contemporary... read more

5-9 Seafood Market News

May 14th is Mothers Day! Happy Mother’s Day to our women chefs, restaurateurs, and retailers!  This is one of the biggest weekends of the year for restaurants as families want to keep Mom out of the kitchen on her special day.  If you are in Boulder, it is also... read more

Browne Trading Caviar

The name Caviar is reserved specifically for the eggs (roe) of a sturgeon.  There are 27 species of sturgeon in the world, many are endangered or critically endangered due to habitat fragmentation, over-harvesting, and pollution.  Four species are thought to be... read more

4-3 Seafood Market News

Spring is here! Lent continues to Easter April 16th, Passover begins on the 10th and ends the 18th, and our mountain towns will be saying goodbye to another great ski season.  We’ve got a lot a wonderful wild seafood options available in April.  As we move into the... read more

3-3 Seafood Market News

Seasons are changing and we are starting to see some spring run fish!  Spring officially starts March 20th.  Lent is the whole month of March, a great time to offer additional seafood on the menu.  The month ends with National Clam on a Half Shell Day, March 31! Wild... read more

1-15 Seafood Market News

January is normally a slower month of the year, so let’s look at February!  Valentine’s Day on the 14th is a great time to show off some seafood items like Live Lobsters, red trout fillets, arctic char, and don’t forget the oysters!  President’s Day on the 20th is a... read more

Featured Chef Matt Smith – Locality and Door 222

Matt Smith, Executive Chef Born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, Chef Matt Smith learned at an early age that food was in his blood. At age 8, he started cooking the family Thanksgiving dinner. Following the advice of his favorite local chefs, he attended San... read more

Ora King Salmon “best choice” MBA

In the late 1800’s Chinook salmon, also known as King Salmon, were brought to New Zealand from the McCloud River in California.  New Zealand’s rivers lacked a large freshwater species of fish that could be used as a food source.  The King Salmon, along with... read more

12-1 Seafood Market News

Holiday Season is here!  We hope to give you some great ideas for your Holiday menu’s and provide information as to what prices may be changing this holiday season.  Great communication can be the difference between a frustrating holiday season, and a fulfilled... read more