4 x 200g blue grenadier fish fillets
4 cups of diced pumpkin steamed for 6 minutes
2 cups diced fennel steamed for 3 minutes
2 cups of trimmed green beans steamed for 3 minutes
the green of the fennel (use dill if available)
2 tablespoons of butter or coconut oil if you are lactose intolerant
4 cloves of garlic
1 lemon
little olive oil
Salt, pepper


1. Heat oven to 200 degrees
2. Crush garlic with the side of a knife blade on a chopping board
3. Cut 8 squares of baking paper lay two on top of each other, end up with 4 sheets
4. Brush centre of each with half the butter
5. Place fish on arranging cooked veggies and fennel green around
6. Season with salt and pepper
7. Fold paper over and create a half-moon shaped parcel
8. Use a stapler to hold paper together if not good at folding paper parcels
9. Place parcels onto a tray and in the oven
10. Bake 6-7 minutes and check its cooking stage
11. Poke a little vegetable knife right into the centre of the fish fillet
12. Remove and hold knife tip against the back of your hand
13. Serve with sprinkled olive oil and lemon wedges
14. Judge cooking stage as followed
“Cold” the fish needs further cooking
“Warmish to warm” the fish is rare to medium
“Warm to hot” the fish is medium to well
“Hot” the fish is well done


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What does 'sustainable seafood' mean? Put simply, 'sustainable seafood' is fish or shellfish that reaches our plates with minimal impact upon fish populations or the wider marine environment. It's about how fishing affects the healthy and natural functioning of marine ecosystems.


Choosing Seafood

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It's all about personal choice, but we can give you some info on the different seafood we sell and ways that it can be prepared. Here's a list of the more common varieties of seafood we have on offer.



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