The second-most abundant Alaska salmon species is Sockeye Salmon, also known as Red Salmon. The distinct deep red flesh retains its color throughout cooking, and brings dramatic impact to any presentation. Red salmon is valued for its rich flavor and high Omega-3 fatty acid content. A staple supply in any Alaskan’s freezer, you won’t be disappointed with our Cook Inlet Reds. Mouth-watering we tell you!
All our sockeyes are hand-filleted & trimmed, wild & sustainable. Read more about why wild-caught reds are better for you health here.
Check out our salmon recipes to go with your next sockeye meal.
Alaskan King Crab – prized for its size, highly-sought after by all for its taste. Our Jumbo Red King Crab legs and claws are juicy and savory. Steam it, boil it, bake it, you name it. No matter how you prepare it, we guarantee your mouth will water.
No other shellfish in the world projects a more elegant image or offers such widespread appeal than Alaska King Crab. It is unmatched for its sweet flavor and rich, tender texture. The largest and most impressive of all the crabs caught in the world, Bearing Sea Alaskan Red King Crab lends itself to a variety of attractive plate presentations.
Halibut’s well-deserved reputation as the “Steak of Seafood” comes from the mild, slightly sweet flavor and firm texture. This fish is popular with backyard grillers and haute cuisine chefs alike. Large, moist flakes that retain flavor well and great to serve for your non-fish friends and small children.
With Homer being the “Halibut Capital of the World,” you know that the halibut you get from The Auction Block Co. is the best you’ll ever taste!
Try some of our halibut recipes for your next halibut meal.
Want something a little more unique? Try our delightful halibut cheeks!
All of our halibut fillets are hand-filleted & trimmed.
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We ship delicious, responsibly-caught, sustainably processed frozen & fresh seafood straight from of pristine Alaskan waters.
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