Fresh, shell-on, headless shrimp is the main product that we carry and we have over 35 years experience in handling it! All of our shrimp are Domestic Wild-Caught (not farmed raised)!
Usually our trucks will have 3 or 4 different sizes available and you can buy any amount you want. Flavorful and firm, Gulf shrimp can be fried, stuffed, baked, boiled with spices, stir-fried or grilled.
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Blue Crab Meat
Our fresh blue crab meat is domestic and comes in 1 lb containers, fully cooked and picked. It is hand-picked so it may contain some pieces of shell or cartilage; remove any that may be present before use. The season usually starts in May and goes into October, though sometimes it may not be available due to weather factors. Prices vary according to supply. The most popular dish is crab cakes.
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Our oysters are shucked and sold in both pints and quarts. All of our oysters come from state approved waters and shucked in licensed and inspected facilities. The oyster season runs from September into the beginning of May. The old adage of eating oysters only in months with an "R" was before the days of adequate refrigeration, but they do taste better in the colder months.
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We sell partially-cooked crawfish tails from Louisiana, already peeled and deveined, so they are very easy to work with. Basically just add them to any dish and cook another couple of minutes. They have never been frozen and come in 1 pound vacuum-sealed bags. The season for crawfish is in the spring until the end of June.
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We bring fresh whole red snapper, already gutted. For years there has been a quota on how much can be caught in the Gulf of Mexico. Starting in 2007, the open snapper season was no longer the first ten days of each month until the quota was met.
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Sometimes if we are lucky to find some, we bring up fresh whole flounder, already gutted. There are no boats that specifically fish for flounder so we don't have it so often. Mostly we get them from fishermen who gig them near the shore. Flounder start coming in once the Gulf waters get cooler which is after we have a few cold fronts...usually in October. Sizes range between 1 lb and 4 lbs.
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Fabian Seafood Company
PO Box 1405
Galveston, TX 77553-1405