Meat & Seafood
Welcome to our Seafood Selector. If you’re looking to get schooled in all things seafood, you’ve come the right place. Here we’ll share with you a variety of useful information such as nutrition facts, cooking instructions, recipes and more. To get started, simply choose a seafood type from the drop-down list above or search by keyword.
A Southern favorite, catfish is the most widely eaten American fish. Once considered “food of the poor,” it has gained in popularity due to its sweet flavor. While it can be prepared in a number of ways, Southerners prefer their catfish breaded in cornmeal and fried, and served with hushpuppies.
Lobster is a mild, sweet-tasting delicacy with a somewhat firm texture. Most lobsters we sell are harvested from “pots” in the North Atlantic. Lobsters are sold live, precooked and as frozen tails. An average live lobster weighs 1.25 pounds.