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Below you can view a short film that describes and explains the mystique around purchasing Caviar, the different appearances, flavor profiles of specific species, and how to incorporate Browne Trading Caviar into your menu, whether at home or your restaurant. This Caviar Guide will: Help explain the mystique around purchasing Caviar. Explain each major Caviar producing sturgeon…Read More
Before the ban on wild sturgeon caviar, Browne Trading was directly importing wild caviar from the Caspian Sea. Included in Browne Trading’s wild caviar selection was the Ossetra, Sevruga, and of course the famed Beluga Sturgeon caviar. So, where does caviar come from today? The short answer is, nearly all sturgeon caviar available on the market…Read More
Over a decade ago, Browne Trading developed and introduced our Seafood “Species Spotlights” to provide our restaurant chef clientele with more descriptive product information so they could make informed purchasing decisions about our seafood items. They were also crafted to help wait staff that may be unfamiliar with the fish to “tell the story” to…Read More
New England’s Chilly Waters are Home to Some of the Highest Quality Scallops in the World. The Maine Scallop season generally runs from December through April, while the coveted scallops of Nantucket are harvested November through March. The majority of New England’s scallops are harvested by mechanical dragging, with less than 1% of these sweet…Read More
The Portland Fish Exchange & Browne Trading Company Our blog examined the lengths we go to get fresh Maine seafood to your kitchen in early September. When it comes to freshness and superior quality, it begins with the catch method, continues with the fishers, and finishes with the fishmonger. Browne’s goal is only ever to…Read More
Too often we take the approach of offering our smoked seafood as “stand alone” items meant to be served largely ungarnished on platters for special occasions; entertaining, Holidays, etc. and thus their other culinary possibilities can be overlooked. This week’s blog offers you some examples of how smoked seafood can be incorporated into more involved recipes. Since smoked seafood requires…Read More
It might surprise some that there are only five unique species of oysters in the United States – and from Maine to the Gulf of Mexico, the champion is the common Eastern Oyster, or Crassostrea virginica. This Eastern Oyster has many different market names (think “Wellfleets” “Blue Points” “Dodge Coves” etc.) so named after where…Read More
Browne Trading was one of the first sponsors of the Jean-Louis Palladin Professional Work/Study grant – which is now a part of the James Beard Foundation. This internship program brings young chefs from around the country to Browne for an intensive education in seafood procurement, quality, and preparation. This year Browne welcomed Chef Jenny Dorsey. Below you can read her compelling…Read More
Browne Trading was one of the first sponsors of the Jean-Louis Palladin Professional Work/Study grant – which is now a part of the James Beard Foundation. This internship program brings young chefs from around the country to Browne for an intensive education in seafood procurement, quality, and preparation. This year Browne welcomed Chef Jenny Dorsey.…Read More