Seafood

  • Wild Alaska Salmon
    Almost all wild-caught salmon these days comes from the Pacific Ocean, as Atlantic Salmon populations have been depleted to the point that it is not profitable to fish for them. The Pacific Salmon in....
  • Salmon Caviar
    Associated with extravagance and delicacy, caviar is a dish prepared from salted and processed fish eggs. It is used as a garnish and a spread, and it is famously expensive. Traditionally, caviar is....
  • Smokeries
    Of the many ways to prepare salmon, many of the most popular and flavorful involve smoking the fish. This technique developed in several cultures, and variations on the smoking technique can lead to ....
  • Smoked Wild Salmon
    Since overfishing and habitat destruction have driven Atlantic Salmon populations low enough to make it unprofitable to fish for them, the bulk of wild salmon caught nowadays are from the Pacific. Ha....
  • Keta Salmon
    Also known as the Chum Salmon or the Dog Salmon, Keta Salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) have the broadest range of any Pacific Salmon. Found as far South as the Sacramento River in California, the Keta Salm....
  • Alaska Smoked Salmon
    Every spring and summer, the rivers of Alaska fill with salmon, rushing upstream to spawn in streams and lakes. While all considered Pacific Salmon, there are actually a number of different species o....
  • Health Benefits Of Salmon
    Found on the recommended foods lists of many major diets--including the Atkins diet, the South Beach diet, and the new Mediterranean diet--salmon is a favorite food among nutritionists. It is a celeb....
  • Salmon Appetizers
    One of the appeals of salmon is that in addition to being an extremely healthy food, it is also a very versatile food. Salmon fillets can be broiled, smoked, or grilled in a number of different ways.....
  • Salmon Lox
    Salmon lox is a popular spread with a salty, smoky flavor. Made from salmon fillets smoked at a low temperature, lox is uncooked salmon that stays soft enough to be spread. After being treated with ....
  • Dried Salmon
    The process of drying salmon was invented by Native Americans in the areas that are now Alaska and the Pacific Northwest. These native people would catch the salmon as they passed through streams in ....