I would like to know the identities of the fish and seafood depicted in the framed print that is now in the shop. I can't tell what they are from the photo that is shown.
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Thanks for your interest in the Seasonal Seafood Print! You may be able to see the details after zooming in on the main photo (using the zoom button in the lower righthand corner). If the details are too small to make out, we'd be happy to send you a detailed listing.
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That worked for me. I have a touch screen and it was fairly easy to read after widening the display.
Thanks, Olivia. That kind of worked for me, but there was a lot of glare. I was kind of sad the list is totally West Coast. Many of those creatures on that list are not available to us Atlantic-coasters. Even tho I specialize in fish and shellfish, it makes the poster pretty much irrelevant for me. And it's so pretty. :-(
Yes, ChefJune, unfortunately the print is based on West Coast seasonality only, as the artists are located in Northern California. We agree, it's so pretty—and fingers crossed that they'll eventually illustrate what we can get here on the East Coast!
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