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Sablefish, also commonly referred as Black Cod, is wild caught in the northern Pacific waters off Alaska by longline fisherman. This hot smoked sablefish is also referred as Detroit-style sablefish.
This should be enough smoked salmon to feed your party of smoked fish fans!
Sablefish, salt, garlic & natural hardwood smoke
Omega-3 fatty acids, good source of protein and gluten free.
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This recipe comes courtesy of Corky & Lenny's in Woodmere, Ohio. Corky & Lenny's is a classic Cleveland-area restaurant that has ...
Once you open your package of smoked fish, you should consume it all within 5 days. In the rare event of leftovers, store your opened packages in a zip-lock bag to maintain that second-to-none succulence.
Unopened, vacuum-packed fish, including cold-smoked, hot-smoked, and specialty items, will stay fresh and flavorful for much longer. Just check the “best by” date on the label and enjoy before then. Saving your smoked fish for a special occasion? Pop it in the freezer to extend the shelf life for up to 6 months. A thaw in the fridge (set below 40°F) is all that stands between you and a great meal with family or friends.