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Bringing the world’s freshest seafood straight to your door is extremely important to us. But even more important is how we do it. From our careful choice of partners to meticulous whole-fish processing to our stringent sustainability practices, we provide our customers with the excellence they deserve. We appreciate your business, and hope you enjoy!

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Resources

How to Steam Alaskan King Crab Legs on an Open Grill

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When it comes to preserving the maximum flavor and tenderness of Alaskan king crab legs, nothing beats steaming on the grill. Since the king crab is the largest species of crab on earth — some can grow to weigh more than 20 pounds! — it’s important to choose a preparation method that is manageable, yet yields the best results. Using the grill allows you to avoid a mess in your kitchen and warm pre-cooked crab legs slowly to avoid overcooking. Ready to throw your own crab feast? Follow these simple steps.   5 Simple Steps to Steam Alaskan King Crab...

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All About Smoked Salmon

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Smoked salmon is a delicious addition to a bagel or brunch spread. Don't confuse it with lox, an Eastern European version of smoked salmon. This has been an important food for Native Americans, Eastern Europeans and Nordic people for millennia, and remains a popular choice!

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Everything You’ve Ever Wanted to Know About King Crab Legs

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  King crab legs, which typically come from long-legged Alaskan king crabs, are a delicacy that can instantly elevate any meal. These otherworldly creatures can reach leg spans of up to 6 feet. Their natural habitat is in and near the Bering Strait, the body of water between the US and Russia. Biology Alaskan king crabs have a distinct red color and a unique body shape. The main body shell can span nearly one foot across — leaving no doubt as to why they are the king of crabs. The largest male king crab recorded weighed in at 24 pounds,...

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