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NHCS Newsletter: Holiday Seafood Medley, Week 2

Posted 12/11/2017 8:27pm by Andrea Tomlinson.

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Welcome to Week 2 of our Holiday Seafood Medley! We hope you all enjoyed that delicious thick fillet of Halibut last week, I know I did! This week we are serving you local Lobsters, 3-chix/share. A chix lobster is a lobster that weighs between 1.1-1.25lbs.

Each week, we offer "Add-ons" for that week, allowing you to order Additional orders of the Seafood of the Week. Typically, these orders have to be in by Sunday, the week of delivery. If you would like more Oysters for next week, please order them here. These will need to be in by this Friday, 9pm, in order to give our Oyster Farmer, Brian Gennaco, ample time to harvest extras for next week.

Our Lobsters this week come from two local Lobstermen, NH Community Seafood Board President, Damon Frampton, of the F/V Vivian Mae, Portsmouth and a new supplier this year, John Heisey, F/V New Moon, out of Rye Harbor.

 

Damon Frampton, F/V Vivian Mae, hauling Lobsters

 

John Heisey, F/V New Moon, out of Rye, NH

Remember, you can hold next week and double up the following week if you want to skip oysters and double up on scallops. Do your holds here on our website.

Thanks for making it Seafood for the Holidays! This Session supports four different types of Fisheries locally, thank you for your support!

Happiest of Holidays to you,

Andrea Tomlinson

General Manager

 

 

              

 

Mailing Address: 1 Peirce Island Rd, Portsmouth, NH 03801

nhcommunityseafood@gmail.com

www.nhcommunityseafood.com

 

 

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