How to Cook Flounder Meunière
When you BECOME A MEMBER of our Community Supported Fishery (CSF), you get a weekly share of delicious, wild caught fish fillets and optional “Add-on” choices like fresh local scallops, oysters, and lobster. Pick-up your shares at a LOCATION closest to you. Flexible plan for holds during vacation time. Your weekly share will be the “Catch of the Week”. You will receive a weekly newsletter on Mondays telling you about your fish, recipe ideas, and the NH Fisherman who caught it! Starting April 17 and lasting 8, 16, or 32 weeks.
Gulf of Maine species: Acadian Redfish, American Plaice, Cod, Haddock, Yellowtail Flounder, Winter Flounder, Atlantic Pollock, King Whiting, Monkfish, White Hake, Cusk, or Dogfish (Cape) Shark.
FISH ONLY or FISH & LOBSTER shares available
2lb Share/Week– feeding 4+
1lb Share/Week– feeding 2
1/2lb Share/Week– feeding 1
Lobster shares depend on the size of Fish Shares:
2lb Fish share: 4 chix /share
1lb Fish share: 2 chix /share
1/2lb Fish share: 1 chix/share
Chix lobsters weigh between 1.1-1.2lbs. Lobsters come live and banded on claws.
April 17-June 9
April 17-August 4
April 17-December 1
, also known as Dabs
, is a low-calorie flat fish with high protein. Lean and boneless, the fish is a flaky white meat with a mild flavor (more nutritional information
). Try baking it
with lemon parsley butter and crushed potatoes.
Pan Fried with Butter and Capers:
Grilled Whole Plaice in Butter Parsley Sauce:
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is one of New England’s more commonly known fish. A cousin to the cod, haddock’s meat is white, with a slightly sweet taste and a flaky consistency. The flesh is firm and tender and can be cooked in a variety of ways, including in soups
. Migrating seasonally, Haddock
is most abundant in the summer in the waters of the Gulf of Maine. Try baking Haddock with a Ritz cracker topping
or making Haddock Chowder!
Haddock & Chips:
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Atlantic Pollock is a beautiful, sustainable fish with a firm texture and low oil content. Low in saturated fat, Pollock is a great source of protein and vitamin B12. Because Pollock yields such a high-quality fillet, it is often miss-labeled as Haddock–especially in fish sticks and fish and chips. It is also very popular in the fast food industry. Don’t let that fool you though–when fresh off the boat, its taste and texture rival any fish in the sea. It is exceptionally great for frying because of its firm flaky texture. Try Garlic Butter Poached Pollock!
Chef, Ivan Flowers, makes Pollock with Crabmeat and breadcrumbs:
Or.. learn how to roast your Pollock!
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Learn more about Atlantic Pollock