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Weekly Spotlight

Seafood Spotlight - J.J. McDonnell & Co.  

 

Contact your sales representative or call 410-799-4000. You must mention spotlight pricing to get prices below. Spotlight pricing is valid Tuesday 1/12 through Saturday 1/16. Availability and pricing are for wholesale customers only and are subject to change.

 

This Weeks Feature


Mahi Mahi
(MAH360)

A fast growing, surface-dwelling pelagic, also known as Dorado, or Dolphinfish (unrelated to actual dolphins), these fish prefer subtropical waters worldwide and are currently being caught for you in Pacific waters off of Ecuador and Guatemala, landed in Jaramija & Manta, Ecuador or San Jose, Guatemala.

Ecuadorians prefer dayboat harvesting of Mahi, using small artisanal skiff or panga fleets, where each boat has 2-4 crew members aboard. The shorter day trips ensure the fish caught will return to port within 24-48 hours, when they are still at the height of freshness. These shorter trips enable the fishermen to maintain the quality of the fish, which ultimately results in preserved color and texture.

Mahi has a pink flesh that cooks up white, firm, with large flakes. The flavor profile is mild, slightly sweet and is served best grilled, sautéed, or baked. (It is most recommended to remove it’s tough, thick skin before preparing). Most popular applications are pairing the fish with bright, citrus notes, blackened, and into tacos with sweet/hot elements.

Product of Ecuador

 

 
 
 

Jumbo Lump Crabmeat
(JLP030)

Product of Columbia
Pasteurized, Crab Pot caught, Blue crab

 

 

Claw Crabmeat
(CLP030)

Product of Columbia
Pasteurized, Crab Pot caught, Blue crab

 

 

Breaded Shrimp
(BRD020)

Product of China
Popcorn style, 2/3# case

 

 
 
 

Black Tiger Shrimp
(BTV812)

Product of Vietnam
8/12, Shell on, 6/4# block

 

 

Whaleback Oysters
(OYS198)

Product of South Bristol, ME
Whalebacks are a fabulous briny oyster with a sweet creamy finish. Raised in Great Salt Bay on the Damariscotta River as pups, they are finished in South Bristol, ME where their complexity develops. Maine oysters, as rare as they are down our way, are worth the spend!

 

 

EZ Peel Shrimp
(EZ0812)

Product of Indonesia
8/12, IQF, 10/2# case