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NHCS, Holiday Seafood Medley, Week 4, Grey Sole Fillet

Posted 12/22/2015 10:23am by Andrea Tomlinson.

NH Community Seafood 

Community Supported Fishery

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Week 4, Premier Fish- Grey Sole Fillet


It's our final week of the Holiday Seafood Medley Session and NH Community Seafood's final week of the season.  Thank you all for participating in this unique blend of NH's freshest seafood for the Holiday Season. We will surely feature this again next year.

Our Community Supported Fishery (CSF) season will begin again next spring. We will be bringing you local fish and other Add On items, like the variety of shellfish we featured this session.

Look for a sign up email notification in March 2016 to become a Member of NH's only cooperatively owned CSF!

Our "Premier Fish" for this Holiday Session is Grey (or Torbay) sole, otherwise known as Witch FlounderCommon throughout the Gulf of Maine, the Grey Sole is known for it's high quality texture and small, delicately flavored fillets. 

Your sole fillets will be from 2-4 ounces each and delicate and thin. They will cook quickly so be cautious not to overcook. Here are some great recipes, including Crab Meat Stuffed Sole, as seen above: https://www.pinterest.com/aquanor/grey-sole-recipes/.

Thank you to  President of NH Community Seafood's Board of Directors  and our Lobsterman for this Session, Damon Frampton, Captain of F/V Vivian May of Portsmouth, for providing us with live NH lobsters Week 2 and the Fresh Lobster Meat and Lobster Ravioli all Season.

NH Community Seafood President and Lobsterman, Damon Frampton (left) and Sternman

F/V Vivian May landed all our Lobster this Season


Thank you again for your patronage and for supporting our local NH Fishing Industry for 2015! We look forward to seeing you next year! Until then...

All the Best in the New Year and Peace on Earth,






Andrea Tomlinson

Manager, New Hampshire Community Seafood

(603) 767-7209

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