10 Recipes for Summer Swordfish

Swordfish is the kind of fish you want to have around in the summertime. Perfect for grill masters, it holds up beautifully over a flame and manages the coolest looking grill marks. Its robust texture and flavor are excellent with the concentrated punch of summer produce. In tacos, salads and alongside salsa as the main dish, swordfish is at its prime right now.

These are our favorite recipes for featuring this summertime great.

Six Tips for Selecting Salmon

As Whole Foods Market’s dedicated Alaska port buyer, I spend four months of the year on docks and piers, selecting the finest salmon for our fresh seafood cases. In the process, I’ve developed a few tips for picking a delicious fish.

Port Buyers: Wild Salmon at the Source

Having our own port buyers in Alaska means the freshest wild salmon in our stores. Learn more.

Wild-Caught Salmon

Grill, broil, roast or bake - but don’t overcook! Here are 13 ways to serve up wild-caught salmon at home.

We're Ranked #1 by Greenpeace for Seafood Sustainability

The environmental group Greenpeace ranked Whole Foods Market #1 on their 2013 Seafood Sustainability Scorecard. Here’s why.

Incredible Crab

Whether you choose lump or claw meat, crab is delectable in appetizers, salads, soups, casseroles and, of course, crab cakes. Try some of our favorite recipes.

The Reel Deal on Seafood

Love seafood but fear going overboard on spending? It’s time to turn the tide!

12 Easy Fish Feasts

Whether you’re serving fish on Fridays or any day of the week, these recipes will keep you serving up dinner swimmingly.

Celebrating Feast of the Seven Fishes

Christmas Eve means a lot of things to different people, but to those of us who celebrate the Feast of the Seven Fishes (festa dei sette pesci), it’s always meant fresh, delicious seafood (and maybe an early present or two). The Seven Fishes is an Italian tradition of serving seven courses (or more!) of fish and seafood on Christmas Eve.

Our Shrimp Standards

Shrimp Cocktail with Creamy-Spicy Green Onion Dipping SauceDid you know that the pilgrims ate shrimp and other seafood at the first Thanksgiving?



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