COOKING TIPS

The best tip we can give you is have us cook or steam your seafood while you wait! Then just take it home and enjoy.

Tom Manno’s Rule of Cooking Fish: Cooking fish is exactly opposite of cooking beef… fish needs a higher temperature and less time on the grill or in the oven. For every inch of thickness, cook fish  for 10 minutes at 425-450 degrees on the grill or in the oven.

A 35-year veteran of the food industry, Tom leads a team of seafood specialists on a mission to provide the freshest seafood & best customer service in town. His extensive knowledge stems from a life-long commitment to the trade and specialty training at the National Training Branch FMI/NOAA Seafood Splash Course. Having spent 8 years on the Executive Board of UFCW Local 88, Tom continues his strong union affiliation as a Shop Steward. His favorite dish to prepare is Chilean Sea Bass—the "filet mignon of fish!"

We get fresh seafood delivered to our

stores six days a week!

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