#NationalFishingWeek

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Written by Alice the chef.

It’s National Fishing Week and what better way to celebrate it than with our new range of fish. It’s a great healthy option and perfect for light meals for those Summer evenings!

My first memory of fishing goes back to catching a Dover Sole on the South coast and taking it him for dinner on the BBQ that night. My sister named it Bob in the attempt to make us feel bad about eating it but unfortunately this didn’t work. My sister has been a vegetarian since…

But for those fish lovers out there, you’ll be glad to know that our fish is highly sustainable! Our fishermen are based at two of the largest and most sustainable fishing ports in the West Country; Newlyn and Brixham. Our fish is caught using traditional line caught methods on slow-moving day boats, which means they catch fish by towing a lure or baited hook and return to the port the same day, guaranteeing the freshest catch.

Our fish range is always growing and reflects the changing seasons. Currently we have 12 options available.

Our most popular fish options to date include the following:

  1. Salmon fillets
  2. Fish Pie mix
  3. Cod fillets
  4. Hake fillets
  5. Mackerel fillets

We also have a great range of fish recipes available on our website at the moment, including our Monkfish Kebabs (perfect for the BBQ!) and a light and tasty recipe for Cod with Chermoula. For more recipes click here.

Ask-Alice-

Let us know how you’ll be cooking your fish this week! Or tweet/tag pictures to @fieldandflower with the #ASKAlice hashtag.
For more information on our fish please click here.

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