Seafood & Tuna

In the United States the Tuna we typically find in the supermarket is Blue-fin or Yellow-fin tuna which has been net caught and is a schooling fish. Bonito tuna is significantly different in that it is line caught (and thus 100% dolphin safe) and of far superior quality than the other varieties. The meat is pale, firm, and moist with a truly delicious flavor. An interesting bit of trivia: canned blue- or yellow-fin tuna degrade in quality over time, while Bonito actually ages to become a delicacy like fine wine! Occasionally even vintage Bonito is available and fetches a higher price depending on the year produced.

An assortment of seafood including cockles in brine, spicy sardines in oil, mussels in galician sauce, razor clam pieces in brine and squid pieces in ink.
Size: 5 Items
Origin: Spain
1 9.5 inch Traditional Polished Steel Paella Pan, 1 'Extra' Santo Tomas D.O. Paella Rice, 2 Chipirones Whole Baby Squid in Olive Oil, 1 Paella Seasoning Sachets with Saffron 5 Pack & 1 Squid Ink Tinta de Calamar 4 Pack.
Size: 6 Items - Serves 2
Origin: Spain
With a paella recipe book by Louise Pickford, a 4 pack of tinta de calamar (squid ink), a jar of all i oli spread and two bags of fideo.
Size: 5 Items