I am happy to report that the last snowfall did not result in a major shit show in New York. Workers were hitting the streets and removing snow as it was falling. Unfortunately, I didn’t get a snow day, but i did enjoy a few extra minutes of sleep.
Today’s review is long overdue and took a little over a month. Raincoast Trading contacted me and asked if i wanted to try their products. When i read up on the company i saw things like “wild Caught”, “Eco-Friendly”, and “low Mercury Levels” and I was very intrigued. And a huge plus was if i likd the product, it would be readily available for purchase at my local Whole Foods. SWEET!
As most of you know, I will not post a review if i do not like a product. I actually love this product and have already hit up Whole Foods for my own personal supply.
I placed the tuna in a bowl and flaked it like i would to make a tuna salad. I tasted it as is. And for the first time in my life, i was able to eat canned tuna without mayo. I loved it. It wasnt dry, or metalicky, it was actually very pleasant.
This dish takes a matter of minutes and for me reminds me of the good ol days when id come home from work and dinner would be waiting for me at the table (oh how i miss my mommy)
The last thing left to play with was the canned salmon. I knew immediately upon receiving it that I would be making salmon burgers; and since i havent made one in YEARS i was really looking forward to this!
Ingredients: 1 can of boneless sockeye red salmon (5.3 oz), 1 T spicy mustard, 1 egg, 1/2 cup panko bread crumbs, 1 T chives
I served mine on a flat bread with a smear of laughing cow cheese mixed with more spicy mustard.
It was wonderful!
I really loved the tuna AND salmon and have already gone out to replenish my stock. Thank you Raincoast Trading for the awesome eats!