Keep the Grill Going All Summer Long with Alaska Seafood
With the grilling season in full swing, we thought your readers might be interested in a few new, healthy ways to change up their cookout routine with wild, natural and sustainable Alaska seafood. Enclosed are a few easy and adventurous ideas from the grills of Alaska!
(PRWEB) June 15, 2012
- Thread thick chunks of Alaska salmon, black cod or halibut onto skewers along with summer vegetables for kebabs that make a whole meal
- Char whole Alaska king crab legs on the grill, crack and serve with dips for a smoky, spectacular party dish
- Wrap Alaska pollock, scallops, cod or salmon in foil packets with vegetables and seasoned butter and cook on the grill for fun outdoor dinners
- Grill Alaska seafood and serve over your favorite greens, grains and veggies for healthy sizzling salads
- Turn your leftover grilled Alaska salmon into salmon salad for sandwiches the next day
- Cook Alaska salmon, halibut, black cod or scallops on an aromatic cedar plank for a unique smoky flavor
- Add wood chips to your grill and smoke-roast an entire side of Alaska king or sockeye salmon for a new take on classic smoked salmon
- Using a perforated rack or grill basket, try whole-grilling Alaska salmon or rockfish for a one-of-a-kind presentation at the table
- Grind your own Alaska salmon for a delicious and heart-healthy substitute for beef in burgers
Alaska halibut, cod, black cod, crab, scallops, pollock and rockfish can all be recommended to your readers as sustainable choices because, thanks to provisions in the Alaska State Constitution, all fish harvested in the state come from responsibly managed wild fisheries.
If these grilling ideas pique your interest we can provide you with recipes, high-resolution photography and seafood grilling tips to use in your publication. Also, we would be happy to send you samples of some of our delicious wild seafood to work with in your own test kitchen. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if we can be of any further assistance on this or any other stories you develop.