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Longfin Squid are found along the coast from Georges Bank to Cape Hatteras, rising to the surface at night to feed and spending their days along the sea floor. Squid grow rapidly and lead short lives...
The Summer flounder, or fluke, is a large, tasty flatfish with a wide mouth able to consume a variety of prey. Summer flounder move inshore in the early spring months which is where the name summer...
On the East Coast, bluefish are found from Maine to eastern Florida. Bluefish gather together by size in schools that can cover tens of square miles of ocean, equivalent to 10,000 football fields....
The American Yorkshire, a breed of domestic pig, is the American version of the Yorkshire pig (now usually known as the English Large White pig), light pink in color, with erect ears, and the most...
Angus are a breed of cattle commonly used in beef production. They were developed from cattle native to the counties of Aberdeenshire and Angus in northeastern Scotland and are known as Aberdeen...
Red rock crabs (Cancer productus), also referred to as Pacific Stone Crabs or Baja Rock Crabs, can be found in mid-intertidal waters from Kodiak Island, Alaska to Isla San Martine, Baja California....
The buttery texture and bright, mild flavor of this yellowtail is similar to Hawaiian kampachi (Seriola rivoliana), and provides a slightly less fatty alternative to Japanese hamachi (Seriola...
Clams are bivalve mollusks, so they have a hinged shell like mussels, oysters, and scallops. Natives of the North American Atlantic coast, hard clams have been introduced to the Gulf of Mexico. For...
Weighing from 4-25 pounds, Mon Chong have brownish black skin with translucent, pink flesh. Mon Chong, also known as "Pomfret", have large flakes with semi firm, mild and sweet meat. Mon Chong are...
Available throughout the year, Pacific Bigeye Tuna are dark blue on the back and white on the bottom. This species of tuna measures up to 6.5 feet long and is very similar to yellowfin tuna in...
Sea urchins are found in the Pacific Ocean from as far north as Alaska to as far south as Baja California. They generally live in rocky-floored kelp forests, ingesting their main sources of food,...
Opah are an unusual looking fish – they have round, flat, body that’s silvery gray in color. Toward the belly, the silver shades to a rose red, dotted with white spots. Its fins and mouth are red,...
Farmed salmon tend to have high levels of healthy fat (omega-3s) in them, which makes them a very healthy fish to consume. Both U.S. hatchery-raised and wild-caught Pacific salmon and farmed Atlantic...
California scorpionfish or sculpin (Scorpaena guttata) are a “relatively heavy-bodied species, with strong head and fin spines, ranging in color from red to brown, often with purple blotches and...
White Sea Bass, Atractoscion nobilis, is not technically a sea bass, but actually the largest member of the Croaker family in the Pacific Ocean (up to 5 feet and 80lbs). It feeds midway up the water...
A cousin of mackerel, wahoo is found in warm oceans around the world. In the Pacific, they’re harvested as non-target catch in troll and longline fisheries targeting tunas based out of Hawaii,...
"Black Baldy is a type of crossbred beef cattle produced by crossing Hereford cattle with a solid black breed, usually Aberdeen Angus...The term is particularly used in Australia and New Zealand. In...
Swordfish are found around the world in tropical, temperate, and sometimes cold waters of the Atlantic, Indian, and Pacific Oceans. Swordfish live in surface water to mid-water but feed throughout...
Wild Atlantic Striped Bass, often called striper, striped bass or even rockfish, are caught along the East Coast, mainly in Virginia and Maryland. They live along the East Coast from the St. Lawrence...
The California yellowtail, Seriola lalandi, is also known as amberjack, forktail, mossback, and white salmon or by its Spanish name jurel. The California yellowtail is carnivorous and feeds on a...
The "Baja Halibut" group are actually Flounders that are present in Baja California and include both the California Flounder (Paralichthys californicus, pictured to the right) and the Cortez Halibut...
Scup are deep-bodied (deeper from back to belly than they are wide) and dusky brown with bright silvery reflections below and spiny fins. Adult fins are mottled with dark brown, and young scup fins...
As one of the largest species of skate in the Northeast, Winter Skate are harvested for their wings. These skates spend most of their time along the ocean floor where they consume a variety of fish,...
Not to be confused with pelagic and bigeye thresher sharks, common thresher sharks are one of the most commonly harvested sharks off the U.S. West Coast. They are found in temperate and warm oceans...
Native to our entire east coast and Gulf of Mexico,the Eastern oyster has also been a big contributor to the majority of wild commercial harvests in the Chesapeake Bay and Louisiana. Oyster farming...
Sablefish, also known as Black Cod, Butterfish, Skil, Skifish, Beshow or Coalfish, might be new to you, but U.S. and Canadian fishermen have been harvesting this tasty, buttery fish since the late...
Monkfish, also known as goosefish or anglerfish, are found from Florida to Newfoundland. Monkfish prefer to spend most of the time along the sea bottom. Prey is caught with the aid of their modified...
Albacore tuna is a “highly migratory species” – these fish are found around the world and can travel long distances. In general, albacore tuna live in tropical and warm temperate waters in the...
The Black Sea Bass has been described as one of the most intelligent fish in the Atlantic Ocean and are capable of producing a variety of sounds. These sounds, a mixture of grunts, scrapes, and...
Mahimahi are top predators and only have a few predators themselves. They feed in surface water during the day and eat a wide variety of species, including small pelagic fish, juvenile tuna, billfish...
The Atlantic cod is found on both sides of the North Atlantic. In the Northwest Atlantic cod occur from Greenland to North Carolina. In U.S. waters, cod are assessed and managed as two stocks: Gulf...
Tautog feed on crabs, mollusks and crustaceans that hide in rocks. Find a rocky beach, an area where rock ledge meets the ocean, or even a jetty that extends out into the water. Look for a spot where...
King mackerel can usually be caught by offshore fishermen in the peak fall season of late September and October. They typically weigh between 15 and 20 pounds, but king mackerel as large as 40 pounds...
Native to the Mediterranean, Black, and Adriatic Seas, the Mediterranean Mussel (Mytilus galloprovincialis) has spread (mostly via ballast water and ship hull fouling) to many other regions worldwide...
Baqueta Groupersalso known as Gulf Coneys or Rooster Hinds, have high, deeply notched dorsal spines and bold dark 'mustaches' around the upper jaw. They occur in a brown and red variety...
Tilefish is a mild-tasting white fish harvested from southern New England to the Gulf of Mexico. Tilefish feed during the day on the bottom, eating shrimp, crabs, clams, snails, worms, anemones, and...
Enjoyed by notable chefs including Richard Blais, Rick Bayless and Roberto Cardazzo, chocolate clams, or almejas chocolatas, are often referred to as "Baja's seafood candy." Named for the uniform...
The largest shrimp of the pandalid family, Spot Prawns are found along the west coast of  North America from San Diego, CA to Alaska’s Aleutian Islands. During 1999 to 2001, Spot Prawns were caught...
The Silver Fox rabbit was created by Walter B. Garland of North Canton, Ohio in the 1920s. The Silver Fox is a multi-purpose breed, raised for both meat and fur. The breed was recognized and a...
Found along the Pacific coast from Southern California to Peru, including the Revillagigedo Islands off the southern tip of Baja California, Pacific Snappers weigh between 4 and 6 pounds, but can...
Atlantic sea scallops are found in the Northwest Atlantic Ocean, from Newfoundland to Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. Adult scallops live close together in groups called “beds” on sandy or gravelly...
Berkshire pigs are a rare breed of pig originating from the English county of Berkshire. Herds of the breed are still maintained in England by the Rare Breeds Survival Trust at Aldenham Country Park...
The Goldspotted Sand Bass (Paralabrax auroguttatus) “whose common Spanish name is Cabrilla Extranjera and whose local name is Cabrilla Pinta, is a member of the Sea Bass or Serranidae Family, known...
Arrowtooth flounder are found from Northern California through the Bering Sea. Their eggs and larvae are found in the water column, generally at depths greater than 400 meters; juveniles and adults...
Winter flounder or "blackbacks" live 15 to 18 years and grow up to over 2 feet in length. They spawn during the winter and spring in shallow inshore waters, often returning to the same areas where...
In today’s culinary world it can be very difficult for consumers to know whether or not their salmon is wild or farmed.  Because there are so many different varieties of salmon on the market, the...
Sockeye, or red salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka), is the most valuable U.S. salmon species. They're prized for their orange-red, rich-tasting meat as well as their roe, which is used to make salmon caviar...
The grey triggerfish is native to shallow parts of the western Atlantic from Nova Scotia to Argentina. Gray triggerfish have large incisor-like teeth and deep laterally compressed bodies covered with...
Bulls Blood Beet, with its deep red leaves and stem, is a bright, beautiful garnish. Its flavor is predominantly earthy, but with a slight bitter note. A delicate microgreen, bulls blood beets must...
The daikon is a large, long white radish central to Japanese cuisine. Though it tastes similar to the little red radishes most Americans are familiar with, its flavor is considerably more mild. The...
Blue mussels range in size from 2 to 4 inches at maturity, although some can grow up to 8 inches depending on food availability and age. The shell is almost tear-drop shaped and has concentric lines...

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