Wild Dingle Lingcod
Alaska "Dingle Lingcod" is a favorite with Alaska fishermen and West Coast seafood-loving food nerds. Works well on the grill, and lingcod can be stuffed with vegetables and baked, and this fish lends itself well for an upscale fish and chips - a Pacific Northwest favorite.
An excellent source of lean protein, our "Dingle Lingcod" is caught by fishermen dropping a steel "dingle bar" across the ocean floor to wake up the lingcod from hiding, come out from the rocks and hopefully take the bait! Hence, why we call it "Dingle Lingcod"!
Wild Alaska Black Cod
Black Cod (Sablefish) are known for their rich, buttery flavor. Rich in Omega 3s, they are a delicacy. The key to cooking Black Cod is a mixture of salty and savory flavorings. It’s nearly impossible to overcook sablefish because of the high concentration of heart-healthy oils. They are very rich and fit perfectly with an elegant meal.
Wild Alaska Halibut
Alaska Halibut is the world's premier whitefish. A mild, slightly sweet flavor makes Alaska's Halibut a favorite of chefs and diners alike. Like a steak, but with all the health benefits that Alaska seafood is known for, our Seafood Producers Cooperative's Halibut could be the world's most perfect fish.
Wild Alaska Coho Salmon
Harvested by independent fisherman, our Wild Alaska Coho Salmon is line-caught, fresh-cut, and THEN frozen only once. This is worth the wait. Unlike most Wild Alaska Salmon, which is mass caught in nets, bruised, frozen whole, eventually thawed out, then cut, and then frozen again!
Not at KnowSeafood! Our promise is only once frozen because quality matters! You will taste the difference; this is why we have a happiness guarantee. Mild and delicate, and with high omega-3 oil content, our Wild Alaska Coho Salmon is leaner, so it’s best to cook medium or medium-rare.