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Smoked Salmon Recipe for Summer Events

2 comments — posted 2015 Jul 24 by Elizabeth Harris

Here’s a great smoked salmon dip recipe for a quick (mouthwatering) appetizer from our friend Mary Ellen Carter. Great for picnics, potlucks or when company drops in.
Mary Ellen’s Smoked Salmon Appetizer Dip ©

• 8 oz. FAIRHAVEN BAY SEAFOODS wild, alder-smoked Alaskan salmon, either Sockeye or     Pink (with liquid from package)
• 8 ounces of cream cheese
• 2 - 4 tablespoons chopped fresh dill
• Fresh lemon juice – enough so you can taste it (about ¼ cup)
• Optional pinch of crushed red pepper

Beat first two ingredients together until well blended and fluffy. Add lemon juice and dill last. Transfer to a small bowl, cover and refrigerate for up to 3 days. Service with crackers, toast rounds, bagels, chips or veges. Enjoy!

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Our Gift to You this Holiday Season!

2 comments — posted 2014 Dec 14 by John Costanti

To thank our valued customers, we offer you 10% off orders of $50 or more. Enjoy some of our sumptuous smoked salmon yourself or give as a gift to your health-conscious and environmentally conscious friends! Take advantage of this special offer on these products:

  • 16 oz. Smoked Alaskan Sockeye fillet: our premium, top-of-the-line seller in our handcrafted Legacy box
  • 16 oz. Wild Smoked Sockeye fillet: lightly brined, packed in its own natural juices, pouch sealed and packed in our recyclable fiber box.
  • Smoked Salmon Gourmet Gift Box: 3 flavorful varieties of wild, alder-smoked Alaskan salmon: King, Sockeye, and Peppered Pink.
  • 16 oz. NW Style Wild Smoked fillet: hot-smoked and lightly brined. Shipped in our recyclable fiber box.
  • 16 oz. NW Style Wild Smoked fillet: hot-smoked and lightly brined. Shipped in our handcrafted Legacy box.
Use this Discount Code at checkout: E9RAOKZPSXL6. Thank you and Happy Holidays!

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Something Decadent for Everyone!

1 comments — posted 2014 Dec 02 by John Costanti

Trying to satisfy the appetites of fish lover friends on your holiday gift list? Our best-selling Smoked Salmon Trio delivers 22 ounces of the finest smoked salmon you can buy: 6 oz. peppered sockeye, 8 oz. natural smoked pink, and 8 oz. natural smoked sockeye packed in their own natural juices.

We brine only the freshest wild sockeye and pink salmon fillets using a family-recipe of unique blend of spices. Then we slow smoke the fillets over an alder wood fire.

Certified Kosher and preservative free, each juicy portion is rich in healthy omega 3 oils. Processed to guarantee that unforgettable fresh smoked salmon flavor, we seal the fillets in individual foil pouches. No need to refrigerate until you open the pouch. Delivered to you in a hand-crafted and silk-screened legacy box that doubles as a rustic serving tray.

This trio of wild salmon is only one of many smoked seafood gourmet gifts that we offer. TODAY IS THE LAST DAY OF OUR CYBER MONDAY SALE! Get 20% off of any website order over $50. (Sorry, Gift Cards not included in this offer.)

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Tasty, Succulent, and Economical

0 comments — posted 2014 Nov 23 by John Costanti

Looking for an elegant holiday gift at an affordable price? We offer a 16 oz. NW Style Wild Smoked Salmon fillet (in the green and white, recyclable fiber gift box) priced for the budget conscious!

This boneless wild Pacific Northwest Salmon fillet is caught from sustainably managed waters and hot-smoked in the Northwest style which allows this moist meat to be sealed in its natural juices. The sealed pouch has a two-year shelf life, which is a perfect gift for the survivalists, hikers, campers and travelers on your gift list.

Mix our succulent wild Pacific salmon into sour cream or cream cheese for a hearty dip along with your favorite chips or crackers. Delightful! Add some salmon to your favorite soup or chowder to warm you up on a cold winter day or to a salad to cool you down in the summer.

This wild Pacific Northwest Salmon is one of many smoked seafood gourmet gifts that we offer. From 11/23/14 through 12/2/14, get 20% off of any website order over $50 (Sorry, Gift Cards not included in this offer.)

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Delicious, Classy and Healthy

1 comments — posted 2014 Nov 19 by John Costanti

Looking for a sumptuous gift for those on your holiday list? You've come to the right place. It doesn’t get much better than this.

Wild Alaska Smoked Sockeye Salmon (in the blue and white fiber box) delivers 16 oz. of boneless sockeye fillet from the icy waters of Alaska’s Bristol Bay. The fish are caught from sustainably managed waters and hot-smoked in the Northwest style which allows this moist and finely seasoned meat to be sealed in its natural juices. The sealed pouch has a two-year shelf life, which is great for survivalists, hikers, and travelers. And for the environmentally conscious, the fillet is packaged in a totally recyclable fiber box.

Wild Alaska salmon is one of the healthiest foods you can eat. The meat is high in protein and low in carbs. For those requiring special diets, the fillet is gluten free, Kosher and has low sugar content, unlike many smoked salmon products on the market. Rich in essential Omega-3 fatty acids and proteins, wild Alaskan salmon is a source of vitamins A, D and B and minerals Selenium, Zinc, Phosphorus, Calcium and Iron. And salmon is a heart friendly food that increases brain efficiency.

This wild salmon is one of many smoked seafood gourmet gifts that Fairhaven Bay Seafoods offers. From 11/23/14 through 12/2/14, get 20% off of any website order over $50. (Sorry, Gift Cards are not included in this offer.)

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Gift Card: Fast, Easy and Convenient!

2 comments — posted 2014 Nov 14 by John Costanti

Tired of driving around looking for a parking space at the mall? Frustrated with trying to find appropriate holiday gifts, standing in lines, and dealing with escalating postage costs?

Avoid the hassle by purchasing holiday gift cards from Fairhaven Bay Seafoods. It’s a no-brainer!

When you give holiday gift cards from Fairhaven Bay Seafoods, you give the gift of choice to those on your holiday list so they can select their own delicious smoked salmon gifts online. Recipients can redeem the gift cards whenever they want and choose from a variety of wild Alaskan smoked salmon products.

The holiday gift cards are fast, easy and convenient. There are no additional processing fees and the gift cards have no expiration date. The gift cards come in four denominations: $25, $50, $75, and $100, are delivered by email, and contain instructions to redeem them at our online checkout.

Recipients of these great little gift cards will appreciate your thoughtfulness and think of you when they enjoy their delicious smoked salmon gift any time of the year with their family and friends.

So what are you waiting for? Save yourself the footwork and aggravation of shopping at stores. Get your Fairhaven Bay Seafoods holiday gift cards and have a stress-free holiday season!

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Ideal for the Great Outdoors!

0 comments — posted 2014 Apr 23 by John Costanti

The Smoked Sockeye Salmon 4 pak is still the best choice for portioning when on the move.  Each fillet is separate in the 4 pak and great for camping or kayaking.  There is no need for refrigeration when storing unopened fillets because each fillet is vacuum sealed.  Smoked salmon appetizers and gift basket arrangements are a perfect use for the 4 pak as well which is still marked down in price and featured on our products page.  The sockeye and pink from FBS is the finest pacific salmon smoked in the Northwest tradition by sustainable fisherman.  Try yours today!

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The Simple Sandwich

2 comments — posted 2014 Apr 06 by John Costanti

Adding capers and a thick cut of fresh Walla Walla onion to a smoked salmon and cream cheese sandwich can help keep a cold away and may be one of the most delicious lunches you will ever have.  Our smoked salmon at FairhavenBaySeafoods.com is always wild and natural.  We smoke in the traditional Northwest style allowing versatility for discovering all your culinary curiosities.  This one in particular is one of the easiest.  Enjoy!  

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April Showers

0 comments — posted 2014 Mar 31 by John Costanti

Tomorrow is the first of April and (if you haven't already) it is time to hit the trails.  Get your "run on" or "jog on" with the many trails the Northwest has to offer.  The foothills of the Cascades have splendid trails that wrap through some of the best country in the world.  Some are for the advanced hiker so go prepared!  If your calorie conscience because of the winter weather some leaner meaner trail food should suit you fine with out sacrificing flavor.  Vacuum sealed smoked salmon is a great choice for the lunch break giving your body energy and not weighting you down.  The Smoked Sockeye Salmon 4 Pak is just right for this kind of adventure.  This item is currently reduced and will supply you with some mainstay for your trip outdoors.

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Safeway and Kroger Say No to AquAdvantage

1 comments — posted 2014 Mar 18 by John Costanti

AquAdavantage developed by AquaBounty is said to be the first genetically engineered salmon that will be approved for human consumption.  Just days ago Safeway and Kroger said "NO" to the sale of the GMO fish. 

Large corporations like these that join other smaller chains that refuse to carry the fish is a mile stone for the grocery industry.  In refusing to sell food that has been tampered with, management states that the health of their customer is of paramount importance.  The statement that GMO animals for consumption is not wanted by conservative, well established companies can be heard with a farther reach because of the sheer size of these two companies.  This gives the movement momentum and gives the cause a bulkier voice.

If you agree with Safeway and Kroger and FairhavenBaySeafoods.com, and want to voice your opinion against the commercialization of genetically altered food, you can contact the FDA directly.  Don't hesitate to write letters and emails to those in charge urging them to do the right thing- keep the GMO out of our stores and out of our bodies.

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If You Want Variety...

0 comments — posted 2014 Mar 10 by John Costanti

If you are looking for a nice variety of different types of Pacific smoked salmon, the Smoked Salmon Medley is a good way to go.  At just over $1.50 an ounce this is under the average price for any smoked salmon and comes three different ways.  Not only that, this is smoked SOCKEYE salmon also known as red salmon, which connoisseurs believe is the best Alaska has to offer (being the oiliest and most flavorful).  Packaged in one box and three separate envelopes, you will receive 3 flavors: Natural (which is hot alder smoked only), lemon dill, and peppered.  The Medley is 20 ounces of wild smoked salmon from Bristol Bay.  Order online when browsing Amazon.com and have this succulent package shipped right to your door.

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A Long Life to Live!

1 comments — posted 2014 Feb 27 by John Costanti

 Medical scholars may agree that the best fish comes from the cold waters of the north.  High in Omega 3 and Omega 6 essential oils, wild smoked salmon from the north pacific can help with the reduction of inflammation and cholesterol.  Wild Alaskan salmon just might be the healthiest protein found on the planet and preparing it can be easier than you think.

  FairhavenBaySeafoods.com smokes wild red (sockeye) and pink salmon in the traditional Northwest manner.  We use hot alder smoke to infuse flavor and character in the flesh of every fillet.  Our brine is low in sugar and salt and the final product has plenty of moisture.  Recipes are made easy with this delicious envelope sealed ingredient.

Making wild Alaskan salmon part of your diet can assist you with a healthy lifestyle.  You will feel better overall, may lose unwanted weight, and some say live longer. 

Buying from FairhavenBaySeafoods.com supports local sustainable fishing and traditional fishing practices.  Check the specials page often and order online for easy delivery.

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Winter Olympic Games Captivate Fans

1 comments — posted 2014 Feb 17 by John Costanti

The Olympic Winter Games are a couple of weeks underway and those interested in such competitions are following closely.  Training can be a year around routine and the payoff can be glorious- like today's U.S. gold win of ice dancing. 

(Chang W. Lee/The New York Times)

Serious is the dedication of those who compete in sports and outcomes can rest on the slightest factors. Having good support from everyone, great conditions and a healthy body are some of the key ingredients for a success like taking gold.  

If you are training for your sports competition or athletic event, the right diet is of utmost importance to your result on the field or in the ring. Whatever kind of athlete you are, or are becoming, FairhavenBaySeafoods.com is in support of your efforts. Smoked Salmon is high in Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids and assist with ligament and joint lubrication and repair. It is delicious and versatile and keeps you at your best.  Consider making our product part of the necessary rations you use to make yourself a winner at whatever you do. We are behind you.

 

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And the Seahawks Win It!

0 comments — posted 2014 Feb 11 by John Costanti

It's a blowout game with the Seahawks performing like they never have before!!  Setting records and making history was on the list of things to do for the Seattle team on Superbowl Sunday.  With a gust of good grace and hard practice the Hawks win Superbowl 48 against the Broncos.  

It is a great time to be in the Northwest. The new year is here and the football season is over- ending it the best way possible if your a Seahawks fan, the winter Olympics have commenced in Sochi and the Alaskan salmon environment concerns have been taken to a new level publicly.  This is an exciting winter!

FairhavenBaySeafoods.com has been happy to supply you with your smoked salmon needs this year and will continue to bring you the best wild smoked pacific salmon for any of your events, parties, gift giving ceremonies or late night snacking.  Sales are ever changing and current price reductions can be found on the products page.  Check back often and don't hesitate to comment on our blog page.  We always want to hear your feedback.   

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Smoked Salmon for Your Super Bowl Party!

1 comments — posted 2014 Jan 27 by John Costanti

Smoked Salmon for Your Super Bowl Party!  

Dare to depart from pizza and wings…

Get 1 full pound of premium, Northwest style hot smoked salmon for only $24.95!
From now until Super Bowl Sunday, February 2, you can cash in on this great price.

Quick and easy recipe: Whip smoked salmon into some cream cheese and serve with crackers, veges and icy cold beer. Couldn’t be easier.

Smoked salmon…the high protein, healthy snack. Order now to arrive before kick off!

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Today- Maria Cantwell asks Obama to Stop Pebble Mine

1 comments — posted 2014 Jan 24 by John Costanti

Exciting news today for those of us who want the pristine area of Bristol Bay to remain untouched by heavy industry.  Maria Cantwell asks president Obama to stop the Pebble Mine project in Alaska's Bristol Bay.  Although Pebble's representatives say that there will be safety measures installed to prevent any accident or environmental threat, the fact remains that just one oversight or technical difficulty with everyday operation resulting in environmental impact can have disastrous effects on Alaska's natural resources lasting multiple decades.  This fact completely puts aside the concern of residues and severely damaging by-products from metal mining that always leaves a mining area scarred and toxic.  Bristol Bay is responsible for the LARGEST SALMON SUPPLY BODY IN THE WORLD.  Many other commercial and private industries rely on Alaska's sustainable resources.  Alaska's wilderness areas provides the world with fish and game that cannot be found anywhere else.  The fishing economy in the Bristol Bay area is a $1.5B economy which many many families rely on.  Today is an important day surrounding the issue of the Pebble Mine going forward.  It is not needed, it is not wanted, and there are other options available which do not have such harmful effects in so many areas and sectors.  Search "Bristol Bay/Pebble Mine" or "National News/Bristol Bay" to get current stories and reports to educate yourself with.  Writing letters and emails voicing your opinion to prominent political figures is one way to be heard.  Attending public meetings is another way to be heard.  NOW is a superb time to get involved with supporting our environment and economy, not to mention our wild salmon.

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Seahawks Go to the Superbowl!!!

1 comments — posted 2014 Jan 21 by John Costanti

The Northwest is celebrating with high spirits because the Seattle Seahawks won Sunday's football game.  The 49'ers played hard and steady but with a couple of advantageous turnovers the Hawks pull ahead just enough to stay on top until the last deciding minute. 

February 2nd will be the big day and big game blowout parties will echo through the Northwest hills.  If you are like us here at FairhavenBaySeafoods.com the venues on where to watch the game are being decided right now.  If your the lucky guy or gal hosting this historical event, prepare your pantry with everything hungry hawks might need for the game. 

During times like these, we hawks need our salmon!  If the fishing season's freezer fillets have been depleted, the hot alder sweet and smokey sockeye or pink from FBS will snap your palate back in the game. Trays with spreads, dips, fillets, chunks, sandwiches, salads and (MOST IMPORTANTLY) pizzas decorate coffee tables, end tables and kitchen tables really really well.  This blog page and our recipe page will have you set with PLENTY of ideas on how to prepare your Superbowl Sunday.   Scroll WAY down right here for nearly every way to serve wild smoked salmon.

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Thank You Blog Readers!

1 comments — posted 2014 Jan 17 by John Costanti

This entry is to say thanks to all our blog readers here at FairhavenBaySeafoods.com.  This holiday season has been a successful one and so much so that more product packages are being prepared right now because of excellent sales.  New selections will be available shortly but until then know that your dollars go further than just buying smoked salmon.  Those of you who care about our cherished pacific fish with your financial support have helped with their environment by funding sustainable fishing practices of our local fisherman.  This is one of the best ways a person get behind the demand for wild, environmentally friendly, GMO free salmon.  The Products page still has what you need when it comes to natural pink and hot alder smoked sockeye.  Whole fillets are now just $24.95 and serve a Super Bowl Party well.  Thanks to all.  GO SEAHAWKS!

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Hash It Out

2 comments — posted 2014 Jan 11 by John Costanti

This hash is an upscale side dish that you can make in advance.  If you don't have ramekins you can use a casserole dish just as easily.

Smoked Salmon and Sweet-Potato Hash

Bon Appétit  | October 2001

Makes 6 servings

Ingredients:
  • Nonstick vegetable oil spray
  • 3 tablespoons vegetable oil
  • 1 pound red-skinned sweet potatoes (yams), peeled, cut into 1/2-inch pieces (about 3 1/2 cups)
  • 1 pound leeks, chopped (white and pale green parts only; about 2 cups)
  • 1 large red bell pepper, cut into 1/2-inch cubes
  • 6 ounces smoked salmon, chopped
  • 4 teaspoons chopped fresh dill
  • 1 tablespoon grated orange peel
  • 1/4 cup crème fraîche or sour cream
Preparation:
Spray six 3/4-cup ramekins with nonstick spray. Heat vegetable oil in large nonstick skillet over medium heat. Add sweet potatoes, leeks, and red bell pepper and sauté 3 minutes. Reduce heat to medium-low; cover and cook until potatoes are tender, stirring occasionally, about 10 minutes. Uncover, increase heat to medium-high and cook without stirring until potatoes are brown on bottom, about 5 minutes. Using spatula, break mixture into pieces and turn over. Cook until brown on bottom, about 3 minutes. Stir in salmon, dill, and orange peel. Season mixture with salt and pepper. Divide hash among prepared ramekins; press to compact. (Can be prepared 1 day ahead. Cover and refrigerate. Uncover and reheat in 325°F oven 15 minutes before serving.)

Cover and refrigerate. Uncover and reheat in 325°F oven 15 minutes before serving.)

Unmold hash onto 6 plates. Top each serving with 2 teaspoons crème fraîche.

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Stay Warm on the Cold and Windy Days

1 comments — posted 2014 Jan 05 by John Costanti

The New Year has begun and the days are cold.  This is the time of year when a person can take a breath of cold and crisp northwest air, smell the pine needles, cedar trees and ocean wind and be filled with exhilaration.  Chilly, clear weather is a fine time to be on an adventure away from your normal day.  Either a trip to the city or a backpacking excursion can do the trick but having the right supplies will add the needed comfort when underway.  On cold days, try bringing a thermos full of salmon chowder with you.  Here is a recipe chalk full of smoked salmon and leeks for a smooth and rich chowder to warm your rib cage.

This is a delicate, light-tasting soup.  Two pouches from the Smoked Sockeye Salmon Six Pack will suffice.

 

Leek and Salmon Chowder

Bon Appétit  | April 1995

by Janet Fletcher

yield:  Serves 6

 

Ingredients:

  • 3 cups bottled clam juice
  • 1 12-ounce salmon fillet
  • 1 tablespoon butter, room temperature
  • 1 tablespoon all purpose flour
  • 4 bacon slices, chopped
  • 2 medium leeks (white and pale green parts only), thinly sliced
  • 1 large white-skinned potato, peeled, cut into 1/2-inch pieces
  • 2 1/2 cups milk
  • 1/2 cup whipping cream
  • 2 tablespoons chopped fresh chives

Preparation

Bring clam juice to simmer in medium skillet. Add salmon; cover and simmer until cooked through, about 10 minutes. Transfer salmon to plate; reserve clam juice. Flake salmon into small pieces.

Mix butter and flour in small bowl until well blended. Cook bacon in heavy large saucepan over medium-low heat until crisp, about 5 minutes. Using slotted spoon, transfer bacon to paper towels. Add leeks to drippings in saucepan; sauté 3 minutes. Add potato and reserved clam juice and bring to boil. Reduce heat; cover and simmer until potato is tender, about 10 minutes. Add milk and bring to boil. Whisk in flour mixture. Reduce heat; cover and simmer until potato is tender, about 10 minutes. Add milk and bring to boil. Whisk in flour mixture. Reduce heat; simmer until soup thickens slightly, whisking frequently, about 3 minutes. Stir in cream, chives, salmon and bacon; simmer until heated through. Season with salt and pepper.



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