350g peeled celeriac
120g peeled potatoes
80g Arborio rice
500ml milk (enough to cover the vegetables)
Salt and pepper to taste
2 Granny Smith apples, peeled, cored and quartered
125ml double cream, warmed
Anchovy butter
25g anchovies in oil (drained and roughly chopped)
175g unsalted butter, softened
1.5 teaspoons grated lemon rind
Freshly ground pepper
3/4 tablespoon red wine vinegar


Celeriac and Apple Puree
1. Chop the celeriac into small pieces using a processor
2. Chop the potato into small 2cm pieces using the processor
3. Place the apple, celeriac and potato in a pot and cover with the milk
4. Add rice and bring to the boil simmer gently until all the ingredients are cooked
5. Strain off the milk and set this aside
6. Using food processor purée cooked vegetables and apples until smooth
7. Mix in the warm cream and use the reserved milk to thin the purée if necessary
8. Season and serve hot
Anchovy butter
1. Combine all of the ingredients above in the chopper bowl and blend until smooth
2. Transfer butter onto a sheet of cling film and roll into a sausage and chill. Cut off slices as required
Mulloway Fillet
1. Heat a heavy based pan that holds four pieces of Mulloway, without overcrowding
2. Add 1 tablespoon vegetable oil to the pan and sear the fish skin side down for three minutes reducing the heat to prevent the skin from burning after the first minute
3. Turn the fish over add 2 tablespoons of anchovy butter and cook for another minute or two, basting with the butter
4. Remove the fish from the pan and allow to rest for 2 minutes before serving


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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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We've collected some of our favourite recipes for you to try, many of which have been suggested by our customers. If you have a favourite recipe, please email it to us so we can share it!