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    Smoked Trout Salad Recipe

    Light and summery, this salad makes a lovely warm-weather lunch or supper. Easy to put together, it’s also great to take on picnics – keep the prepared dressing separate from the other ingredients and add it just before serving.

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    Lobster Sourdough Salad Recipe

    Made with luscious fresh lobster, crisp croutons and a deliciously different dressing, this special salad makes ‘eating your greens’ a little more decadent! Serves 2 as a main course or 4 as a starter.

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    Carlingford Oysters

    We are delighted to be stocking the world renowned Carlingford Oyster. These delicious oysters have been hand picked from the heart of Carlingford Lough where oysters have thrived for many centuries. The unique sweet taste and high meat content of the Carlingford Oyster is one of nature's real treasures.

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    Garlic Paprika Mussels Recipe

    Served without their shells and cooked in a garlicky, paprika-infused sauce, these flavoursome mussels are perfect to serve as a starter or as part of a tapas-style spread.

  • Curry-Spiced Fish Pie Recipe image

    Curry-Spiced Fish Pie Recipe

    Richly spiced mash, Greendale Fish Pie Mix and authentic curry flavours combine to create a fabulous ‘Frankenstein’ of a dish – it sounds wrong, but try it and you’ll see why we like it so much!

  • Monkfish Bourride with Aioli Recipe image

    Monkfish Bourride with Aioli Recipe

    Originally from the Provence region of France, this fish stew is flavoured with a wonderfully aromatic garlic sauce, aïoli – if you have any extra aioli, it’s delicious spread on crusty bread. We’ve used monkfish here, but most firm-fleshed white fish would also be fine.

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    Rolled Megrim with Mushroom Sauce

    Landed by our fishing boats in Newlyn, Cornwall, Megrim is a cheaper, more sustainable alternative to Dover or Lemon Sole, and tastes every bit as good. This simple recipe can be scaled up easily if needed.

  • Scallops with Minted Peas Recipe image

    Scallops with Minted Peas Recipe

    This delectable starter takes just moments to make – especially if you make the pea purée ahead, and reheat it gently while the scallops are cooking.

  • Whiting with Canellini Puree & Pickled Radishes image

    Whiting with Canellini Puree & Pickled Radishes

    Known for its firm, lean flesh and delicate taste, whiting is a more sustainable – and more economical – alternative to cod. Here, it’s paired with a warm garlicky bean purée and some bright pickled radishes for extra crunch.

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    Pan-Fried Oysters Recipe

    Treat yourselves to a plate of these more-ish little morsels while they’re still in season. It’s worth seeking out Panko breadcrumbs if you can for this recipe – unlike other breadcrumbs, their unique texture absorbs less oil, with super-light and crunchy results.

  • Pan-Fried Dover Sole Recipe image

    Pan-Fried Dover Sole Recipe

    Planning a romantic meal for two? This delicious Dover Sole recipe is well worth a try; it may sound a bit fiddly, but the fish is actually pretty straightforward to cook (and the ‘fancy’ sauce is bound to impress!). Serve with your choice of steamed veg or salad.

  • Baked Salmon Fillets with Lemon & Parmesan image

    Baked Salmon Fillets with Lemon & Parmesan

    Simple to make, quick to cook and delicious to eat, these baked salmon fillets are about as close as we get to ‘fast food’! The recipe is pretty versatile - you can replace the parmesan with any other hard cheese you have to hand, and swap the parsley for dill, chives or other soft herbs.

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