If you enjoy Deviled Eggs how about trying a different twist – Albacore Tuna Stuffed Deviled Eggs. Why not mix it up next time making Deviled Eggs for hor d’oeurves. Can you imagine 2 recipes combined in one. My mouth is salivating just thinking of the Albacore Tuna Stuffed Deviled Eggs.
We only buy and sell Albacore Tuna since it is top of the line for Tuna. The meat is white and firm. No other Tuna can be labeled as white meat. Albacore are caught far off in the ocean traveling in schools. The large majority of the worldwide production is for canning. Our grandfather, Tom Lazio, used to be known for his canned Albacore in olive oil. He preferred to buy Albacore bullets – 10 lb size. Lazio’s canned Albacore was delicious. Today, we are carrying Wild Planets’s canned Albacore brand. One of our fisherman asked us recently if we would carry his canned Albacore. Our answer is the same for all of our products – we will only sell the canned Albacore if we like it and eat it. The Albacore Tuna provides Protein, fish oil, Omega 3 and is healthy.
There are so many different recipes for the canned Albacore Tuna. What more could you ask for from your scrumptious looking Albacore Tuna Stuffed Deviled Eggs appetizer – delicious, nutritious, and pleasing to the eye. The Tuna Stuffed Deviled Crabs will be a crowd pleaser!
CalamariMarinara Sauce is a delicious sauce for spaghetti. Three of our favorite foods – Calamari, Tomatoes, and Spaghetti. Comfort food for us. Calamari or Squid as its also referred to is harvested from Monterey down South off the California Coastline. If you visit Monterey you may be lucky enough to see the Italian fishermen mending their fishing nets across from Monterey’s Fisherman’s Wharf. Stores sell it fresh or refreshed or frozen. We sell it frozen and let you thaw it out when you are ready to cook. Calamari or Squid is cleaned and packed as tubes and tentacles. This packaging saves you time in removing the skin which can be very tedious. The ink sacs have already been removed. Our Dad, Serge was a fantastic cook as I’ve mentioned before. You’ll see Serge’s secret ingredient again – brandy or bourbon added to the sautéed onions to ensure the Calamari Marinara Sauce is finger licking good. The only thing we all hated when we saw him cooking was the amount of pots we’d be cleaning after dinner! Next time you are planning to make a Marinara Sauce make this Calamari Marinara Sauce which is sure to please your family and friends.
Saute chopped onions, garlic, and herbs until golden brown. Add mushrooms to saucepan and cook 2 additional minutes. Optional but suggested - for more flavor add the brandy or bourbon to the sauce pan. Add Calamari or Squid to the saucepan and cook for 5 minutes. Puree can of whole tomatores, add to saucepan and stir. Cover and simmer for about 10 minutes until squid is tender. If the Calamari Marinara Sauce is too thick add wine to the sauce. Serve over spaghetti. Or try adding it to Risotto.