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Halibut (172)  
To All Our Guests,

The largest member of the Flounder family, this specie is highly sought after for its Firm, Mildly Sweet, Lean White meat. Halibut MAY reach sizes in excess of 400 pounds.

The most sought after Halibut come from fish in the 25 to 50 pound class, for the excellent quality of the filets.

Halibut are harvested from the clear, icy waters off the coast of Alaska and is prized for its delicate flavor, snow-white color and firm texture. thanks to state-of-the-art freezing technology which preserves the natural, high-quality flavor and texture, you can serve Alaska halibut all year long.

This premium whitefish adapts well to baking, broiling, frying, poaching or barbecuing and is compatible with any number of flavor accents and sauces.

Alaska Halibut is an excellent source of high-quality protein and minerals. It is low in sodium, fat and calories and contains a minimum of bones.

Don't be shy! Feel free to e-mail your favorite seafood recipes in any of the diffrent categories we have. I would love to include your recipe, and recognize you for your culinary contribution to our web site.

Thanks Octobre

Many recipes (40+) are 'Heart Smart Recipes', with Diabetic Exchanges included.
Shrimp (104)  
We have an abundance of Spot Shrimp that are
Firm and Sweet. If this is an option you want to look into, you will be thrilled, as others have been who have chosen this 'side trip.' Shrimping and Crabbing will take you and your guests up the scenic Inside Passage to set and harvest your Shrimp and Crab.
Seafood Combinations (50)  
Salmon (187)  
Salmon from Alaska's cold, clear waters ranks among the world's finest seafood. There, the five species of natural, wild Alaska Salmon (King, Red, Sockeye, Coho, Chum and Pink)

They mature in a pristine, natural environment that provides them with superior flavor, color and texture.

There is only one place in the world where the waters are still pristine and rich with the bounty of natural salmon: the 34,000 mile coast of Alaska. Swimming against the currents of the icy North Pacific and feeding on its natural resources, Alaska salmon develop firmer texture and richer color and flavor than farm-raised salmon.

To complement its natural bounty, Alaska has developed state-of-the-art processing and freezing technology. This ensures that the fresh-caught flavor and texture of Alaska salmon is locked in within hours of harvest, yet available all year long.
Chowder, Soups, Stews (67)  
Fish and seafood bisques, chowder, soups, and stews.
Dip (44)  
Appetizer (76)  
Spread (27)  
Yellow Eye (43)  
Yellow Eye, Ling Cod, and Rock Fish. Many of the these Recipes may be interchanged.
Breakfast Dishes (37)  
Crab: King and Dungeness (52)  

Alaska King Crab: One of the largest members of the entire crab family, which includes over a thousand species.

Indeed, the record King Crab weighed nearly 25 pounds and measured six feet from claw to claw. The formidable king is harvested from the icy Alaskan waters of the North Pacific, where it is processed and immediately frozen under stringent quality controls to preserve its natural, rich flavor and ensure freshness.

Easily recognized by its large pieces of white meat, brilliantly edged in red, elegant Alaska king crab is prized for its delicate flavor, tender texture and convenience. It is an excellent source of high-quality protein, while low in fat and calories.

This premium-quality seafood is marketed year-round as whole or split legs and claws, as well as in specialty stores.

In addition to its ready convenience, Alaska King Crab is a most versatile seafood. The succulent flavor of this delicious crab takes well to a variety of seasonings and other ingredients.

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Dungeness Crab: These large crabs are prized for their sweet, tender meat. They're named for Dungeness, Washington, where they were first harvested commercially, but they are caught in the Pacific Ocean all the way from Alaska to Mexico.


Exquisite eaten alone or served with a light dip, it is also the inspiration for a number of stunning appetizers, salads, soups, sautes, quick microwave dishes and other entrees.

The recipes included here are just an introduction to the many possibilities for good eating. The Alaska Dungeness Crab, is one of Alaska's fine quality seafood resources. One of the family of crustaceans, it is widely found throughout many of Alaska's icy waters. A versatile delicacy, succulent Alaska Dungeness Crab has a distinctive, almost sweet flavor and very tender, flaky white meat.

Premium-quality Alaska Dungeness crab is marketed year-round, already cooked, in several forms. Although most commonly sold as individual whole Crabs, it is also available as convenient sections or clusters - the walking legs and claws from one side of the crab -- as single legs and as crab meat extracted from the shell.

Although one of the best ways to serve Alaska Dungeness Crab is thoroughly heated and simply cracked, with melted butter, mayonnaise or a favorite dipping sauce, the delicate flavor of this delicious crab takes well to a wide range of seasonings and other ingredients. Dungeness Crab in the shell combines beautifully with other foods in seafood stews or soups, sautes, salads and appetizers.

The crab meat is marvelous in bisques, creamed dishes, salads, casseroles and other dishes. The recipes included here are just a few examples of the many ways in which this high-quality shellfish from Alaska can be enjoyed
Seafood Salads (53)  
A variety of salads made with a variety of seafoods.
Scallops (73)  
Clams (38)  
Ling Cod (38)  
Ling Cod, Yellow Eye, and Rock Fish. Many of the these Recipes may be interchanged.

Ling Cod is excellent in any recipe calling for Red Snapper, Halibut, or other White Meat. Their mild nature blends well with a variety of Sauces and preparations.

Once harvested by you it is immediatley cleaned and iced on board.
Seafood Sauces (68)  
A variety of Seafood Sauces to compliment your dinners and luncheons.
Marinade (25)  
Rock Fish (44)  
Rock Fish, Yellow Eye, and Ling Cod; Many of the these Recipes may be interchanged.

Alaska Rockfish, encompasses a family of fish of many names and varieties. There are over 40 species of Rockfish present in the icy waters of Alaska, with 12 to 15 of these species commonly marketed to consumers.

Varying in color and appearance from species to species, the commercial catch of Alaska Rockfish is almost equally divided between the bright red varieties and the non-red varieties.

Rockfish inhabit the deep, rocky areas in and around the reefs and deep regions of the sea. The majority of the Rockfish harvested in Alaska currently come from the Gulf of Alaska

Alaska Rockfish is often marketed fresh. Depending upon the species, it is sold as fillets of varying sizes or as whole, dressed or undressed fish. It is available in the seafood section or meat department of supermarkets or in specialty seafood stores.

A versatile fish, the Alaska Rockfish takes well to a wide range of cooking methods. These include baking, broiling, frying, microwaving, poaching, simmering and steaming. The mild flavor of this premium seafood lends itself to a variety of sauces and recipes, from the simplest to the most elegant.

The recipes included here represent just a few examples of the many ways in which this prized seafood from Alaska can be enjoyed.
Batter (14)  
Halibut Cheeks (12)  
Octopus (15)  
A,B, & C's of Seafood (21)  
Safe Handling, Cleaning, the 10 Minute Rule, Thawing, Moist heat, Dry heat, Refreezing, & Cooking Questions:
Holidays and Special Events (31)  
Matching Wine to your Meals (1)  
Whale (1)  
Sushi (2)  
Cooking Glossary ~ Definitions (1)  
Cookbooks take it for granted that the terms they use are understood by everyone. This can be frustrating for beginers and some experts alike. Following is a glossary of some common cooking terms.
Smoked Salmon Recipe (10)  
Easy to do in your 'Big / Little Chief Smoker'
Seafood Stuffings (4)  
Seafood Spice Guide (1)  
DIABETIC INFORMATION (1)  
NOTE: Always consult with your physician, dietitian and
other members of your dialysis team before partaking in any activity or trying any recipe mentioned in this article.

About These Recipes: EXAMPLE - DIABETIC EXCHANGES OR DIABETIC;

Some diabetic recipes may incorporate small amounts of refined sugar per serving.

In 1994, the American Diabetes Association Committee On Nutrition issued dietary guidelines that allows people with diabetes to consume sugar in moderation as part of a balanced daily meal plan.

Recipes with refined sugar may not be suitable for all people with diabetes.

Check with your physician and/or registered dietitian or nutritionist on how to incorporate these diabetic recipes into your daily meal plan.

Recipes designated Carb Safe are recipes containing 30 grams of carbohydrates or less.

Some recipes may be high in fiber (i.e. more than 5 grams).

For some people with diabetes, carbohydrates from fiber sources may have a more blunted effect on their blood glucose levels.

Talk to your healthcare provider about whether or not you need to adjust your insulin to carbohydrate ratio if much of the carbohydrate you're eating is fiber.

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Seafood Sandwiches (14)  




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