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June 9, 2020

Luke’s Lobster Halibut – Get It While It’s Fresh

It’s that time of year when Luke’s Lobster offers its limited-time fresh catch of halibut, which can be shipped now. This delicious fish is from the Gulf of Maine and caught by community fishermen. Luke’s is always transparent about its sourcing and sustainable practices. This week’s catch is caught by Danny Miller from Tenants Harbor Fisherman’s Co-op. The halibut is brought directly to Luke’s in Saco, Maine, then shipped to you fresh.

The brief season for halibut begins May 18 and ends June 13. It’s sustainably managed with a seasonal quota system, allowing fishermen to catch and tag 25 halibut per season. Minimum size requirements prevent juvenile fish from being caught.

Halibut is a mild, sweet white fish that is meaty and firm. Cut into 2-pound steaks, it’s perfect for grilling, baking or poaching. You can order fresh halibut steaks from Luke’s Lobster here.

When your fresh Gulf of Maine Halibut Steaks arrive, you can try a favorite recipe from the people at Luke’s Lobster:

Citrus Roasted Halibut
By Lauren Gibson, Director of Culinary Development

Grilled Halibut with Urfa Chili Butter
By Ben Conniff, Co-founder and Chief Marketing Officer

Grilled Halibut with Salmoriglio Sauce
By Ben Conniff, Co-founder and Chief Marketing Officer

Luke’s Lobster also ships fresh lobster and scallops, as well as their famous secret seasoning. Check here for specifics.

If you want to know more about Luke’s Lobster and its relationships with fishermen and the community, watch this video.

Nothing tastes more like summer than fresh fish. And there’s no better time to get it straight from the coast of Maine.