Walking the Dock 7/6/2015

OYSTER OF THE WEEK FIRE LAKE      Born on the west end of the Federation Bridge, the longest spanning bridge in the world that connects P.E.I. to Cape Jourimain, New Brunswick Canada. The grow-out beds are laden with oyster shells that have been previously shucked so that the spat (eggs) have a rigid surface to adhere…Read More

Walking the Dock 6/30/15

OYSTER OF THE WEEK– SKINNY DIPPER Raised in the mouth of the St. Jerome Creek in Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay, These beauties were the featured oyster at the Preakness, the second leg for the Triple Crown. The Skinny’s average is 3 ½”, with a deep cup and very plump meat. Even the name arouses curiosity suggesting…Read More

Walking the Dock 6/15/2015

OYSTER OF THE WEEK – Caribou Island These green shelled gems are harvested from the north shore of Nova Scotia along the Northumberland Strait. In the wild, Caribou’s grow to about 3.25” and have a semi-fluted hard shell. The local bay men use tongs, as they drift along the shoreline, to capture the oysters in the cool…Read More

Walking the Dock 6/8/2015

OYSTER OF THE WEEK –  Summerside  Grown in the famous Bedeque Bay on the south side (summerside) of Prince Edward Island these 3.5” oysters are bottom grown on the red marine clay and rocks amidst the swift currents of the Conway Narrows. They are harvested using old fashioned tongs and then purged. Summersides are moderately…Read More

Vol 4 | Issue 1 of Rave Reviews is Here!

GMO’s  –  Good or Bad? An unbiased look at the facts Protein Options.  To help you survive the high meat market Spotlight.  Mount Nittany Medical Center – Going beyond expectations Seafood Starters.  Seafood appetizers for summer Single Use Containers and Dinnerware.  Think beyond the expense and realize the potential American Yorkshire Pork.  Not all pork is…Read More

Walking the Dock 5/17/2015

What’s Pristine this week 5/17/2015   OYSTER OF THE WEEK –  Wellfleet’s The Wellfleet’s are cultured in the pristine estuaries of Wellfleet Harbor, located in North East Cape Cod bay. These 3 ½” oysters result from the nutrient rich coastal waters that originate in the Canadian Maritime. These currents feed the bay with relatively cold…Read More

Introducing North Shore Seafood!

* Largest and most consistent supply  of fresh seafood. * Temperature-controlled processing plant maintains optimum environment for freshness.   *Temperature- controlled packaging. *Portion Control- all products cut to order. *Global sourcing and purchasing program. *Continuous sanitation inspection well above both HACCP and USDA government standards. *Daily monitoring of global changes, trends, new products and techniques.