Fish School

We get a lot of questions here at Legal Sea Foods Marketplace, and we're always happy to dispense a little "Legal" advice, spawn some fish facts, and share our expertise on all things seafood - from Oysters to Omega 3's.
 
 
  • Cod

    New Englanders value their cod: for centuries it was one of our region's most plentiful fish. Cod was so important to...
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  • Haddock

    Haddock and cod formed the basis for Legal Sea Foods' acclaim. True Bostonians really love their haddock. It is a...
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  • Lobsters

    Lobsters are the prime delicacy of the shellfish family. Next time you eat one, consider the number of years it spent...
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  • Mussels

    When you've savored a batch of freshly harvested mussels, you've experienced the salty taste of the sea overlaid with...
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  • Oysters

    A good oyster has a fresh briny flavor. The size and taste of oysters vary upon the location in which they grow....
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  • Salmon

    Salmon is one of our most versatile fish, adapting well to any cooking method (even steaming, poaching, or grilling)...
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  • Scallops

    Scallops have a wonderful characteristic. Cooked for just a moment, scallops always stay tender. (Unfortunately,...
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  • Shrimp

    Shrimp are probably the most popular shellfish in America. People who don't touch any other form of seafood will...
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  • Swordfish

    Swordfish is usually cut into steaks, which is the easiest way to deal with this fish, which can weigh between 200...
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  • Tuna

    Tuna is a member of the same fish family as mackerel, which means that it is dark-fleshed and oily, but it has a...
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  • Fish and Health

    Eating fish at least twice a week contributes greatly to your health. It's as simple as that. Whether it's the zinc...
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  • What is Nitro-Fresh™?

    For those who value convenience just as much as the quality of your seafood, we introduce NITRO-FRESH™. We...
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