King Whiting

King WhitingWhiting, also known as Silver Hake, have softer flesh and are less flaky than other white fish such as Cod, Haddock, and Pollock. Mild and slightly sweet, the raw flesh is white to off-white, with a coarse, watery appearance. Hake can be substituted for many dishes calling for Pollock or Cod. Corned Hake is a popular recipe in New England, or try it pan-fried Portuguese-style!

20-Minute Hake

 Pan-Fried with Lemon & Herb Butter Sauce


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CSF Spring SIGN-UPS happening now

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Dock to Dish – CSF SPRING SESSION

Spring 2018 Sign-UpsWhen 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


FISH RECOMMENDATIONS

2lb Share/Week– feeding 4+

1lb Share/Week– feeding 2

1/2lb Share/Week– feeding 1


LOBSTER RECOMMENDATIONS

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. 


OPTIONS

April 17-June 9

April 17-August 4

April 17-December 1


 

BECOME AND MEMBER

 

OUR WICKED FISH, INC.

 

Our Wicked Fish - HakeEncouraging New England to learn about, share, and eat local seafood, Our Wicked Fish, Inc. acknowledges that most of the seafood in New England is imported product and wants to change that. Their goal is to EDUCATE, ENCOURAGE, BUILD and PARTICIPATE.

EDUCATE the community on where to buy local fish, how to cook fish, who serves local fish, which fish are in season and local events.

ENCOURAGE the use of underutilized fish, like Dogfish.

BUILD partnerships with other organizations and fisheries (that’s us!)

PARTICIPATE in seafood sustainability and research.


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