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Plano’s seafood destination to offer house made gefilte fish for Passover

Passover is just around the corner and begins on April 15, and for North Texas Jewish families, that means gefilte fish.  While younger generations only know the processed product from companies like Manischewitz, older generations remember great gefilte fish (either in balls or loaves) made by their grandmothers.  Following a recipe passed down through family, the team at Sea Breeze Fish Market & Grill in Plano is making amazing gefilte fish for Passover this year. 

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Sea Breeze gefilte fish will be sold in 3-ounce portions for $4.50 each.

Guests should preorder by Friday, April 8 to guarantee availability.  The gefilte fish will be available in-store for pick up April 14-16, so guests can enjoy it at home for their Seder dinner.  The family recipe used at Sea Breeze will be prepared using predominantly Lake Superior whitefish and walleye pike, with other seasonal fresh fish added.  Guests who wish to order fish to prepare their own gefilte at home should also preorder to guarantee availability.

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Sea Breeze Has A Plethora Of Crabs (Videos)

dungenessby Steven Doyle

Crabbing season is upon us and there are plenty of tasty options available. We checked out the catch at Sea Breeze Fish Market and Grill to see what they were offering, and we happily found an abundance of king, snow, dungeness, stone and even soft shell crabs. The crabs at Sea Breeze can be purchased and taken home to cook, or you can allow the guys at the restaurant to prepare your favorite crab dish.

Stone crabs are perfect in that they are ready to eat with very little effort. The meat is dense and flavorful, and even the most skiddish are able to pop out the rich flesh. Soft shells are perfect to fry up and use in a sandwich, taco or just by themselves. King crab and dungeness require a bit of work, but the effort is well worth huge rewards. Dungeness are the meatiest, but require special care up front. We have a few videos for you today that shows how to prepare, and also eat the dungeness crabs.    Continue reading

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