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Take a closer look at our new season Sea Trout. Sea trout, also known as sewin in Wales, is highly prized for its firm, pink flesh and delicate flavour. It is similar in texture and flavour to wild salmon, but lower in fat and higher in Omega 3.
So it really feels like summer is here and with the warm weather comes some great seafood. Now is the time for both wild salmon and sea trout, flavours that epitomise late spring and early summer. Team them up with in season asparagus or samphire for a great flavour.
I would love you to be one of the first to try these fantastic new platters and so if you order before the 25th May I will give you 15% discount off any of these new platters. Simply bring this email with you when you order, or mention it when you order over the phone.
While the current horsemeat scandal has no direct impact on the seafood industry I wouldn’t be surprised to see some of the same corrupt and illegal practices taking place in the production of ever cheaper “fish” meals.
It is said that in this country we do not complain enough about poor service or poor products and perhaps that is right. But if we are going to complain more, then for goodness sake some people need to learn about “how” to complain and about the effect your complaint could have on the individual you are complaining […]
Austerity has hit the affluent, as a third of high earners have admitted to switching to a cheaper supermarket to do their weekly shop to make ends meet.
If you are a food group, sports group, ladies group or a business looking for a fun different evening for your team them why not book one of my Seafood Cookery Evenings.
I sincerely hope that you are watching this fantastic show broadcast on BBC 2 presented by the very likeable Monty Halls.
It is interesting today to see some of the key elements in the report by Mary Portas about helping the High Street recover.