What is a Seafood Roadshow? Special prices too low to advertise with discounts on full cases, sampling, wine pairings and cooking suggestions.

Where can you find one? Schnucks stores.

When? We will be posting every couple of weeks the location and times where you can expect to find them in our stores.


Look for us at the following Schnucks locations each weekend 10am-6pm


December 15 thru 17

Schnucks Des Peres, 12332 Manchester Rd St. Louis, MO 63131

Schnucks Green River, 3501 N Green River Rd Evansville, IN 47715

Schnucks Hampton Village, 60 Hampton Village Plaza St. Louis, MO 63109

Schnucks Lindenwood, 19000 First Capitol Dr St. Charles, MO 63301


January 5 thru 7

Schnucks Cherry Valley, 2206 Barnes Blvd Rockford, 61112

Schnucks Kirkwood, 10233 Manchester St. Louis, 63122

Schnucks Shackelford, 1160 Shackelford Florissant, 63031

Schnucks Lake St. Louis, 101 Civic Center Dr Lake St. Louis, 63367

Schnucks Carbondale, 915 W Main Carbondale, 62901

Schnucks Knoxville, 10405 N Centerway Dr Peoria, 61615


If your store is not listed, please check back later. As we get updates on location and times, we will post them right here for everyone.

Here’s the catch:

Supplies are limited. When the product is gone — it’s GONE!

 

Stay Tuned for upcoming 2018 Seafood Roadshow dates!

The sensational six COOK IT FROZEN! techniques: sautéing, roasting, broiling, steaming, poaching or grilling will make your life easier. Whichever way you prefer to prepare frozen fish, you have to thaw it first, right? Not anymore! Wild Alaska Seafood has made it possible to cook- wild Alaska seafood while it is still frozen. Can you believe it? No more last minute changing of dinner plans when someone forgets to thaw the fish. With COOK IT FROZEN! techniques, it is possible to have healthy meals in minutes!

Frozen to Fork™  

Pan-steamed Alaska Seafood Marseilles

Prep time: 15 minutes               Cook time: 10 minutes                        Servings: 4

1/4 teaspoon lemon juice

1/4 teaspoon sea salt

1/8 teaspoon white pepper

4 Alaska Salmon or Cod portions (4 to 6 oz. each), fresh, thawed or frozen

1/2 cup white wine (Sauvignon Blanc or Chardonnay)

2 Tablespoons butter or extra virgin olive oil

2 Tablespoons minced fresh garlic

2 Tablespoons minced fresh herbs

Fill a 12-inch skillet with water to a depth of 1-inch. Bring to a simmer over medium-high heat. Rinse any ice glaze from frozen Alaska seafood under cold water; place seafood in pan, skin side down. Return heat to a simmer – liquid should simmer, not boil. Cover pan tightly and cook 4 to 5 minutes for frozen seafood or 2 minutes for fresh/thawed fish. Turn off heat and let seafood rest in liquid for 5 minutes. Remove seafood to a plate/platter and keep warm.

Create a quick reduction sauce with the remaining steaming liquid by adding wine, butter, garlic, lemon juice and herbs to pan. Reduce to your desired thickness. To serve, drizzle fillets with sauce.

Nutrients per serving (with Alaska Cod): 219 calories, 7g total fat, 1g saturated fat, 29% calories from fat, 78mg cholesterol, 30g protein, 4g carbohydrate, 1g fiber, 333mg sodium, 64mg calcium and 120mg omega-3 fatty acids.

Check out the following link to see the detailed steps on how to Cook It Frozen and for even more delicious recipes! http://www.wildalaskaseafood.com/cook-it-frozen-cooking-techniques/.

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