My salmon sampler is 2.5 lbs. each of my three favorite salmon––king, coho, and sockeye salmon, plus 2.5 lbs. of my salmon burgers. If you can't decide which species to get, or if you want to try them all side by side, my salmon sampler is the way to go.
Each of the three species has their own unique flavor, texture, and color. While sockeye is brilliant red and firm with a "salmony" flavor, king is mild, rich, and delicate. Coho is similar to king but a little less rich. My salmon burgers are a mixture of two or three species, combining the best aspects of each (and a few choice ingredients) into a delicious, healthy, and extremely easy to cook salmon burger.
The sockeye, king, and coho salmon come as boneless portions. The salmon burgers are hand chopped salmon with shallots/onions, bread crumbs, capers, and mustard. They are hand formed salmon patties. See below in "Cut" for more details.
NOTE: Because it can be much harder to weight out exactly 2.5 lbs. than a larger amount like 10 lbs., there can be more weight variability in this Share than others. I do not always catch enough of every species to create this Share. For example, occasionally I do not catch much (or any) coho salmon. If something like that happens, I will replace the missing species with the equivalent value in another species.
Preorder Preorder Period:
Jan. 1 - Nov. 30, 2019
Your seafood will ship to your doorstep via FedEx Ground or Express, depending on where you live. Expect your seafood Dec. 9 - 13, 2019 (In time for a Christmas feast, or a gift!). This page details shipping rates: https://salmonandsable.com/pages/shipping
King salmon portions are about 1 lb. each, but can be as small as 0.75 lbs. and as large as 1.25 lbs. each. Sockeye and coho portions are typically 0.75 lb. each, but can be as small as 0.5 lb. and as large as 1 lb. each. My salmon burgers are hand formed, packed two to a bag, and weigh about 1/3 lb. each burger––0.75 lbs. per package.
I remove the bones for you. I do occasionally miss one, but don't worry, pin bones are not dangerous.
I vacuum seal my salmon in heavy 5mm bags and ship to you in foam shipping boxes. Your fresh-frozen seafood will keep in your freezer in pristine condition for at least 12 months.