F/V Miss Moriah in Half Moon Bay just came in with our fish!
We've got Petrale, Chilipepper Rockfish, Mussels & Clams - plus Pan-ready splitnose now available - scroll down for details or head over to our website to order! 

NEW PICKUP LOCATION IN SAN FRANCISCO!

Harmonic Brewing 
1050 26th St, San Francisco, CA 94107
pickup available from 3pm - 9pm 

Come grab a delicious beer and unwind after a long day then take your fresh seafood home for an amazing home cooked meal! 

Sounds like a recipe for the perfect Wednesday to us! 


*HUB POINT HOSTS* 
Please send us an email if you wanted something and it has sold out before you get the opportunity to purchase it - we set aside extra shares just for you each week! 

Click Here to Order NOW!

 

Online Market is now live!

Now for the exciting part, this weeks' Fishing Update! 

What is our fishing update?  It's a way for us to educate our members and keep our online market page more simple.  If you ever want to learn more about your catch, then refer to these informative e-mails or see the "Fishing Update" blog on our website!

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Fishing Update

Common Name: Chilipepper Rockfish 
Family: Sebastidae

Species Name: Sebastes goodei
Catch Method: Trawl
Our Partner Catch Locations(s): Half Moon Bay up to Bodega
Species Catch Range: North Pacific - primarily California up to Vancouver
Seafood Watch Rating: "Best Choice"

Share Size:

Full Share ($22) - 1.25 lbs skin off, bone out fillet
Half Share ($13)  - ~0.75 lbs skin off, bone out fillet
 
The Details:

Chilipepper rockfish are a common deep sea rockfish that our boats which operate with a trawl system often catch. These rockfish have a beautiful red skin (hence the name) and a nice flakey, mild, and firm meat that we love to use for tacos and fish and chips! 


They travel in large schools and feed on small crustaceans, small squids, or small fishes such as anchovies, young hake, and small sardines. They mature quickly, reproduce in great volumes, and give birth to live young like many rockfish. 

These rockfish are caught in special light nets with holes large enough to allow smaller fish to escape. Underwater cameras are attached to them that allows our captain to target very specific schools of fish. Camera's on board the boat set up by the Nature Conservancy closely monitor what is brought on the boat to ensure 100% accountability and sustainability.  Very few boats have this sort of outfitting which allows for nearly zero by-catch!

Our partners consider this fish to be a "Best Choice"  because we work with boats that are members of the California Groundfish Collective which goes above and beyond our current regulations to ensure that every trip out to sea they make closely monitored and sustainable. 

Common Name: Splitnose Rockfish 
Family: Sebastidae

Species Name: Sebastes diploproa
Catch Method: Trawl
Our Partner Catch Locations(s): Half Moon Bay up to Bodega
Species Catch Range: Gulf of Alaska to Baja California
Seafood Watch Rating: "Best Choice"

Share Size:

Full Share ($22) - 4 - 6 Pan-ready splitnose rockfish
(feeds 2 - 3 people) 

Half Share ($13)  - 2 - 3 Pan-ready splitnose rockfish
(feeds at least 1 person) 
 
*Pan-ready means the fish has been cleaned, gutted, scaled, the head has been removed, and the fins have been trimmed so they will be ready to season and throw into a pan or the oven!* 

Need some Fin-spiration?
We love working with bone-in fish because it locks in all the flavor and moisture in the meat meaning you get a beautiful succulent fish every time! 

We're thinking splitnose marinated with sherry, soy, ginger, and lemongrass, wrapped in a banana leaf and grilled, topped with crispy garlic and chilis.

Perhaps stuffing some with butter, garlic, thyme, and parsley and then salt crusting them and throwing them in the oven or on the grill! The possibilities are really endless...

Stay tuned for our recipe page for pan-ready splitnose - we'll post it on the website by Tuesday! 

The Details:
  Most commonly found in large schools above the seafloor.  Solitary adults can create sheltered shallow depressions with their bodies in the soft substratum on the seafloor with  while resting. Newly spawned splitnoses feed primarily on calanoid copepods and amphipods. Krill and sergistid shrimp are added to their diet as they grow. The splitnoses are prey to Steller sea lions and other pinnipeds, however fishermen often struggle to find a home for their commercial catch at home do to their size and people's unfamiliarity with the species. 

These rockfish are caught in special light nets with holes large enough to allow smaller fish to escape. Underwater cameras are attached to them that allows our captain to target very specific schools of fish. Camera's on board the boat set up by the Nature Conservancy closely monitor what is brought on the boat to ensure 100% accountability and sustainability.  Very few boats have this sort of outfitting which allows for nearly zero by-catch!

Our partners consider this fish to be a "Best Choice"  because we work with boats that are members of the California Groundfish Collective which goes above and beyond our current regulations to ensure that every trip out to sea they make closely monitored and sustainable.  

Common Name: Petrale Sole 
Family: Pleuronectidae 

Species Name: Eopsetta jordani
Catch Method: Trawl
Our Partner Catch Locations(s): Half Moon Bay up to Bodega
Species Catch Range: Pacific - along the West Coast up to the Bering Sea
Seafood Watch Rating: "Best Choice"

Share Size:

Full Share ($22) - 1 -1.25 lbs skin off, bone out fillet
Half Share ($13) - ~0.5 lbs skin off, bone out fillet
 
The Details:

Petrale Sole is one of our local flatfish that lives near the sandy bottom of the ocean floor! 

It is considered one of the best West Coast Soles!
It has a beautiful white fillets that are light and flakey, with a delicate flavor and texture -  a quick pan fry with butter, lemon, and herbs makes for the easiest and most delicious dinner! 

These fish are caught in special light nets with holes large enough to allow smaller fish to escape. Underwater cameras are attached to them that allows our captain to target very specific schools of fish. Camera's on board the boat set up by the Nature Conservancy closely monitor what is brought on the boat to ensure 100% accountability and sustainability.  Very few boats have this sort of outfitting which allows for nearly zero by-catch!

Our partners consider this fish to be a "Best Choice"  because we work with boats that are members of the California Groundfish Collective which goes above and beyond our current regulations to ensure that every trip out to sea they make closely monitored and sustainable. 

Common Name: Mediterranean Mussels & Manila Clams
Family: Mytilidae & Veneridae (respectively) 

Species Name: Mytilus galloprovincialis & Venerupis philippinarum
Catch Method: Farmed
Our Partner Catch Locations(s): Shelton, Washington
Species Catch Range: Pacific - along the West Coast up to the Bering Sea
Seafood Watch Rating: "Best Choice"

Share Size:

Single Orders ($22) will include 3 - 3.5lbs of EITHER Mediterranean Musselsor Manila Clams 
(Feeds 3 - 4 people) 

Regular orders too much seafood for you?  Try a half share!

Half Orders ($13) will include 1.5 - 1.75lbs of EITHER Mediterranean Musselsor Manila Clams
(Feeds 1 - 2 people) 
 
The Details:
This week we are delivering fresh Mediterranean Mussels (grown in Washington) and Manila Clams (grown in Washington) to our customers! These shellfish are being harvested and flown in from their respective ocean grown facilities - meaning we aren't dredging our oceans and destroying habitats to get them but rather plucking them from ropes or other structures that we place them on to grown in a sheltered inlet. 

Why Washington this week?

No local clams available and the harvest schedule for cove mussels currently doesn't align with our delivery schedule, but hopefully that will change soon! 

 Not only are they sustainable but they are also delicious, nutritious, and easy to cook!  

We love these tastey morsels in soups and chowders, on french fries, pastas, smothered in butter on the BBQ, or served on top of pizza (that's right - pizza actually can get more delicious!)

I know many of you eat fish for it's health benefits - shellfish can also offer many of the same benefits in addition to others!  

Mussels and Clams are teeming with vitamin B12, selenium, and manganese (offering over 100% of the RDA for each of them!) are they are particularly high in vitamin B12, selenium, iron, and manganese. That makes them excellent for nerve and blood cell health, treating or preventing iron-deficiency anemia, protecting against cellular damage, forming connective tissue, supporting cellular health, DNA synthesis, fat and carbohydrate metabolism, connective tissue and bone health, and blood sugar regulation (just to name a few!) 

Our partners at Seafood Watch consider these farmed shellfish a "Best Choice" because they actually help filter our ocean water and keep it healthy for all of its inhabitants. 

Seaweed Salsa and Pickles are back!!

Barnacle - Alaskan Kelp Salsa and Pickles

Seaweed salsa?! You will never want to switch back to regular salsa after trying this amazing, handcrafted, small batch salsa from Barnacle.  Our minds were blown after we dipped our first chip!

Barnacle was started by Matt and Lia - they grew up in Southeast Alaska - and for years they have been making salsa and pickles from fresh Alaskan Bull Kelp for their friends and families. 

In their own words:

"We realized we were making something special, a taste of home that we should share with more than our friends and family. Bringing the wild flavors of Southeast Alaska from our kitchen into yours. But, more than that, we want to work toward strengthening Alaska’s food system by producing tasty and nutritious products from abundant local resources. In remote and rural Southeast Alaska, we rely on our community and we want our work to help support that community. To ensure Barnacle benefits our community we will keep our business firmly rooted in here, in Southeast Alaska. 

Our first goal is to make delicious food, but we’re also conscious about using abundant and sustainable local food sources like wild kelp. By preserving kelp in the form of salsas and pickles, we are bringing this renewable resource to your kitchen year round. Thank you for your support!"

We are proud to support a small, sustainable, Alaskan company - we kickstarted our venture on a trip to Kodiak, AK - and truly believe in quality and integrity of the people there and products that they produce. 

Each is $10.95 - and weighs 10 oz 

Kelp Salsa Original
Kelp Salsa Verde
Kelp Salsa Campfire 
Kelp Pickles Dill
Kelp Pickles Curry

Order them on our webstore now! 

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Orders will be delivered WEDNESDAY (3/20) 

We have worked very hard over the past year to streamline our online ordering process so it is just as easy as opting in through our emails! 
Please click one of the buttons to go to our market and order your share this week! 
We appreciate all your support as we continue to improve and develop our program!