May 14, 2015 in Seasonal Wild Catch
CSS 2015 Programs close for Enrollment on September 21, 2015
Pay less and get more with Community Supported Seafood. CSS provides discounted access to responsible harvest wild seafood every season. Otolith’s connects your power with our knowledge and uses our combined interest to generously support the harvesters who work on our behalf.
It feels wonderful to eat superior wild seafood and enjoy the convenience of having it available in your freezer ready to be cooked at your convenience. The taste is better than fresh. Its First Fresh Cut™ and sushi grade. The powerful omega-3′s naturally present in all of Otolith’s wild seafood will improve the health of your body on a cellular level. You may experience increased quality of life associated with being satisfied, receiving the nutrients your body craves, and having friends who want to have dinner at your house.
July 11, 2014 in Recipe, Seasonal Wild Catch
With more flavor than halibut, this firm textured flakey white fish adds a fresh seafood taste to any saute, soup, or fried fish sandwich. Rockfish is available through Otolith at various stores and farm markets for $15/lb.
Wild Alaskan Seafood, Caught by Wild Alaskans; Cooked by You!
- Thai Curry Rockfish with Jasmine Rice – Ingredients:1 tablespoon Thai red curry paste, 1 cup water,
2 1/2 cups canned unsweetened coconut milk, 1/2 cup chopped fresh basil, 2 pounds of rockfish, 1 1/2 cups purchased broccoli slaw, 2 tablespoons fresh lime juice, 2 cups hot cooked jasmine rice or medium-grain rice (2/3 cup raw), 2 tablespoons fish sauce (nam pla; optional), and 2 cups cooked jasmine rice
Using a deep hot skillet, sear portioned rockfish in butter, seasame seed oil, or coconut oil, until golden on both sides then remove the rockfish from the skillet and set it aside. Place curry paste in he large skillet. Whisk in 1/2 cup coconut milk. Bring to boil; boil 1 minute. Stir in remaining 2 cups coconut milk and 1 cup water. Add broccoli slaw, rockfish, and tomato. Return to boil. Reduce heat to low; cover and simmer until rockfish is cooked, about 3 minutes. Add basil, lime juice, and fish sauce, if desired. Season with salt and pepper.Press hot rice into four 2/3-cup custard cups, dividing equally. Invert cups to unmold rice into 4 bowls. Spoon stew around rice and serve.
June 1, 2014 in Seasonal Wild Catch
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May 20, 2014 in Seasonal Wild Catch, Slideshow
White King Salmon, Sablefish, Rockfish and Halibut
October 16, 2012 in Seafood For Thought
Now selling Otolith's Sustainable Seafood
Otolith appreciates the Mariposa Coop for their diverse selection of highest quality food available. More than occasionally at Otolith we need a snack bar to keep us nourished on a busy day. Not all snack bars are created equal. Too much sugar is not our thing. And too much oats and puffed rice are just another way filling our stomach without nourishing our mind and body. The bars we like are available at Mariposa. It is a terrific market for buying the most healthful convenient snack bars made from responsible ingredients that taste delicious. Mariposa also sells a large variety of ethnic and local nutritious ingredients to satisfy any hungry dinner appetite.
Imagine our surprise when Otolith Sustainable Seafood started to distribute our wild additive free sushi-grade fish products at Mariposa Market Coop in West Philly and we saw salted cod for sale at Mariposa too! This is a very big deal Philadelphia. It might not be Otolith’s cod, and Otolith, does have many great fish now available at Mariposa however, it is an adventure to find your own recipe for bacalao [salt cod] or any fish that matches your taste and give it a whirl. All romesco ingredients can be purchased at Mariposa too! The Salvador Dali exhibit may be over but it is never too late to look his work up online and create an inspired authentic meal at home in West Philly.
Now you can buy Otolith’s Coho and Sockeye Salmon, Halibut, Flounder, Rockfish and Sablefish at Mariposa. Otolith Sustainable Seafood has online recipes for all of our wild seafood. Isn’t it nice to have access to so many excellent healthful ingredients. We think it is too!
Mariposa Food Coop; West Philly’s Neighborhood Grocery Store, 4824 Baltimore Avenue, Philadelphia, PA ; 215-729-2121. Mon-Friday 10am-9pm; Sat-Sunday 10am-8pm.