Posted 12/27/2016 11:53am by Andrea Tomlinson.
NH Community Seafood-Community Supported Fishery (CSF)
Eat Fresher Fish. Support Your Fishing Community.
Thank you for participating in our Second Annual Holiday Seafood Medley Session! Last week, we had oysters from Virgin Oyster Company, out of Dover, NH. Thanks to Brian Gennaco and his wife Sarah for the fresh, local Great Bay oysters!
Freshly harvested oysters getting rinsed on the work boat in Great Bay
Brian Gennaco, Owner Virgin Oyster Company, harvesting oysters
This week we are featuring Scallops from our local partners in southern Maine. Unfortunately, just certain sections of the Gulf of Maine are currently open for scallop fishing. Our NH Fishermen were not able to scallop fish this season until March 2017, so we are relying on fresh southern Maine Scallops for this week's share.
Your share consists of 1 lb of Scallops will be in an unlabelled ziploc bag in your cooler. In fact, it will look just like this:
1 lb Scallop Shares ready to be delivered to our Tuesday Pick up Locations Today
Thank you so very much for sharing our pleasure of providing our consumers with the freshest, local, seasonal seafood the Seacoast has to offer! Happy Holidays and all the best in the New Year!
Our CSF and RSF will be back with new and improved changes and lots more variety of fresh and local NH Seafood in the Spring! See you then and until then, thanks for making it NH local seafood!
In the meantime, you can always check onen of the following seafood outlets for some local seafood favorites: Yankee Fisherman's Coop Retail Store in Seabrook, Sanders Fish Market or Seaport Fish in Portsmouth and Fresh Fish Daley in Exeter.
All the best and thank you,