Solid light tuna seasoned with sea salt and packed in pure extra virgin olive oil. Try it in your favorite pasta salads, salad Niçoise recipe or simply on fresh Focaccia slice with freshly chopped onions, capers, parsley, and aged balsamic vinegar. Hand packaged in Sicily.
One of the most common uses for clam juice is as a cooking liquid for seafood dishes. Some chefs also use it as a substitute for fish stock, which can get expensive. A dash of juice from a clam may also be added to foods for a hint of a briny flavor without an overwhelming sense of seafood. Some savory cocktails also call for it. One popular clam juice product combines it with tomato juice for use as a mixer in drinks.
Sardines are named after Sardinia, the Italian island where large schools of these fish were once found. While sardines are delightful enjoyed fresh, they are most commonly found canned, since they are so perishable. With growing concern over the health of the seas, people are turning to sardines since they are at the bottom of the aquatic food chain, feeding solely on plankton, and therefore do not concentrate heavy metals, such as mercury, and contaminants as do some other fish.