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Scallops, Oysters, and Tulips!
ANCHORAGE ONLY – PRE-ORDER AND PICKUP 5/10/18, 4-6PM
In time for Mother’s Day, we will deliver scallops and oysters for our next Anchorage Pre-order Pick-up Party. Plus our friends at Alaska Stems are making Tulips available! Pre-orders only for shellfish and flowers, but rumor has it that Seeds of Change may drop by with greens to purchase on-site to complete your feast.
Available Products for this Event:
ORDER EARLY: We harvest to order, and we pick a harvest date as close as possible to the delivery date (see weather caveat below); the sooner you place your order, the closer you will be to the top of our harvest list. We currently have 25, 50, 100 and 200 counts available (while supplies last) of our Petite Choice, Standards and Large oysters.
WEATHER CAVEAT: It is Alaska. Weather rules our world, if we are unable to harvest due to weather, we will let you know as soon as we can and offer you a full refund.
UNCLAIMED ORDERS: Orders not claimed by 6pm on your delivery date, will be shared with a worthy shellfish lover. We are NOT able to store products for next day pickup, but you are welcome to send a friend to pick them up (as long as you trust them).
HARVEST UPDATES: Subscribe to our Harvest Updates, and follow us on Facebook. We’ll notify you when our oysters will be in Anchorage. We’ll be selling in Anchorage once a month through the Alaska Food Hub this summer.
Call 907-299-3351 if you wish to purchase quantities over 20 dozen for wholesale, or for a special event, or if you need alternative shipping options.
NEW – Rare Singing Pink Scallops
Recent Singing Scallop Press
I will never forget them. With their fan-shaped, coral and mauve shells, they looked like a mermaid’s bridal bouquet. They taste less sweet than regular scallops, more like a rich clam with a hint of oyster-ish salinity, especially if their bright orange roe sac is still attached. --Seattle Times
"Pink scallops, which have a more complex flavor than sea scallops on the East Coast, are less aggressively sweet and they are balanced by a pleasant, oyster-like brininess as well as a nutty flavor usually associated with clams. At certain times during the year a small, bright orange or golden egg sac wraps around the mussel, which adds a firm, textured dimension to the scallop's natural tenderness, and accentuates its nutty flavor. --NYT