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This Week’s Seafood Order: Scallops – New Bedford, MA (order by April 6)

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Back to our favorite fresh caught scallops from New Bedford, MA!

The scallops are dry-packed and completely natural – not soaked or treated.

Day Boat Scallops –
$26.90 per pound

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Chatelaine

 

Try this!
Maple-Seared Scallops

Orders will be taken through Thursday at 11am this week, and will be here for you to pick up on Friday after 11 am.

Call us at 633-2830, stop in, or email us at info@farmersandartisans.com.

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Christmas & New Year’s Week Seafood Orders (Order by either Dec. 22 OR Dec. 29)

Scallops – New Bedford, MA & White Tail Shrimp – Florida Gulf Coast

scallopsWe are taking orders for scallops and shrimp for the holiday weeks ahead. Back to our favorite fresh caught scallops from New Bedford, MA. The scallops are dry-packed and completely natural – not soaked or treated.

Day Boat Scallops  – $26.90 / lb.

whiteshrimpFlorida White Shrimp We are also offering frozen Florida White Shrimp. White shrimp are prized for their sweet, tender meat and easy-to-peel shells. Because they are so fragile, the shrimp are processed quickly and individually quick frozen (IQF). They are packed in one pound packages.

Florida White Shrimp – $19.90/lb. frozen
(sold in 1 lb. bags)

Place your order for scallops and shrimp by
Thursday, December 22, for pick up Friday, December 23 after 11 am
OR
Thursday, December 29 for pick up Friday, December 30 after 11 am.

Call us at 633-2830, email at orders@farmersandartisans.com, or stop by to place your order!

This Week’s Seafood Order: Scallops – New Bedford, MA (order by Oct. 6)

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Sea to Table

Back to our favorite scallops this week. Fresh caught scallops from New Bedford, MA. The scallops are dry-packed and completely natural – not soaked or treated.

 

Day Boat Scallops  –
$26.90 per pound

recipe
Try this!
Seared Scallops with Bacon, Cabbage and Apple

Place your order for scallops by Thursday, October 6, for pick up this Friday, October 7, from 11 am to 7 pm.

Call us at 633-2830, email at orders@farmersandartisans.com, or stop by to place your order!

This Week’s Seafood Order: Scallops – New Bedford, MA (order by July 21)

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Better Homes & Gardens/ Betty Crocker

Back to our favorite scallops this week. Fresh caught scallops from New Bedford, MA. The scallops are dry-packed and completely natural, not soaked or treated.

 

 

Day Boat Scallops – $26.90 per pound

Try this!
Grilled Shrimp and Scallop Kabobs

Place your order for scallops by Thursday, July 21, for pick up this Friday, March 6, from 11 am to 7 pm.

Call us at 633-2830, email at orders@farmersandartisans.com, or stop by to place your order!

Read this interesting info from our Sea to Table connection.

Why is imported seafood so cheap?

Why is 90% of all seafood consumed in the United States imported?

Because it’s cheap.

Illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing is rampant around the globe, with estimates as high as 25% of all worldwide catch. This means that fish is illegally harvested without cost to the pirates. These same vessels are often actually crewed by slaves. Stealing all raw material and having no labor cost is a brilliant business model for cheap seafood. But who would ever knowingly buy such a thing?

The way to stop such heinous crimes is to demand traceability. Michael Dimin was in Washington, DC last week with a team briefing Congress on the importance of the new U.S. rules to be implemented later this year on seafood traceability. A study performed by James E. Griffin, professor of culinary studies at Johnson and Wales University, surveyed 90 chefs and 86 deemed seafood sustainability either “important” or “extremely important.” However, the survey found that chefs don’t always check if the seafood they order is sustainable. “I was really startled by the data on Asia. It held up across the study that chefs have a strong aversion to Asian seafood,” Griffin said. Mexico recently suspended shrimp imports from Indonesia following the finding of Myonecrosis Infectious Virus (IMNV) while Indonesian shrimp freely pass into the U.S. Not asking means not knowing, means being part of a supply chain supporting dreadful practices. Know where your fish comes from.”

This Week’s Seafood Order: Scallops – New Bedford, MA (order by May 5)

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Martha Stewart

Can’t go wrong with these scallops!

 

On the dock this week are fresh caught scallops from New Bedford, MA. The scallops are dry-packed and completely natural – not soaked or treated.

Day Boat Scallops  – $26.90 per pound

Found this easy recipe:
Spinach with Wilted Spinach and Arugula

(What do you know…we have fresh spinach and arugula from Root Down Farm in Clarence!)

Place your order for scallops by Thursday, May 5, for pick up this Friday, March 6, from 11 am to 7 pm.

Call us at 633-2830, email at orders@farmersandartisans.com, or stop by to place your order!

This Week’s Seafood Order: Scallops – New Bedford, MA (order by Feb. 25)

scallopsOn the dock this week are fresh caught scallops from New Bedford, MA. The scallops are dry-packed and completely natural – not soaked or treated.

According to Sea to Table, “New Bedford is one of our country’s oldest fishing ports, and is the setting of Herman Melville’s Moby Dick. Today the dock is especially known for its exceptional day boat scallops.”

Day Boat Scallops  – $26.90 per pound

Place your order for scallops by Thursday, February 25, for pick up this Friday, February 26, from 11 am to 7 pm.

Call us at 633-2830, email at orders@farmersandartisans.com, or stop by to place your order!

This Week’s Seafood Order: Scallops – New Bedford, MA (order by Jan. 21)

Williams - Sonoma

Seared Scallops with Orange and Red Onion Sala

Back to our favorite fresh caught scallops from New Bedford, MA. The scallops are dry-packed and completely natural – not soaked or treated. So delicious and easy to prepare. Found a great recipe with oranges and red onion. Perfect for a January weekend!

Day Boat Scallops  – $26.90 per pound

Try this from Williams-Sonoma:
Seared Scallops with Orange and Red Onion Salad

Place your order for scallops by Thursday, January 21, for pick up this Friday, January 22, from 11 am to 7 pm.

Call us at 633-2830, email at orders@farmersandartisans.com, or stop by to place your order!