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Welcome to the Holiday Seafood Medley! Scallops this Week!

Posted 12/1/2015 11:30am by Andrea Tomlinson.

NH Community Seafood 

Community Supported Fishery

Eat Fresher Fish.  Support Your Fishing Community.


Welcome to our First Annual Holiday Seafood Medley Session!





It's Week 1, Scallop Week! Thank you for your order!

Our scallops are fresh and just landed and average 40-50 scallops/lb. Your share for this week is a 3/4lb bag of scallops bagged in a clear unlabeled bag. Shares will be kept on ice in coolers at your pick up location, which will be operating on the same times as we did for our CSF fish pick ups! This is how they will look:

Scallops can be cooked in a number of ways, broiled, baked or sauteed. Wrapped in bacon, they are delicious! Here are some great ideas for scallop recipes:https://www.pinterest.com/thesneak50/scallops-recipes/.

Our Fisherman for the Scallops is long time Portsmouth Ground Fisherman and Scallop Fisherman Jeremy Davis of the F/V Karen Lynn I. Thanks to Jeremy and his crew for providing us with the freshest scallops in NH!

The F/V Karen Lynn I, landing our Scallops for this Week



And as a reminder, our upcoming weeks for this seafood extravaganza look like this:

Week 2: (Dec 8-11): Lobsters, 2-1lb/share, Don't forget,the lobsters are live. We will have someone at your pick up location to assist you in bagging your share. Lobster bags will be provided.

Week 3 (Dec 15-18): Oysters, 1 dozen/share

Week 4 (Dec 22-24): Premier Fish, 1 lb/share  The prospects for this "premier fish" are: grey sole, halibut or cod.  It will depend on that supply that week!

Thanks again for signing up for this first time event from NH Community Seafood! It is our last session for the season and it will provide our NH Fishing Community with continued support right into the New Year!

Enjoy your scallops and Happy Holidays!

All the best,







Andrea Tomlinson

Manager, New Hampshire Community Seafood

(603) 767-7209

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