February 11, 2019
This week at Libbey’s -
Well, it looks like this yoyo weather pattern isn’t going to give up anytime soon. On the up side, we should have a fresh dumping of snow by mid week. This will give us time to clean up the roads and enjoy another weekend of winter fun. In my estimation there is nothing better than a hot home cooked meal after a day out in the cold. Be it snowmobiling, skiing, snowshoeing or ice fishing and ice climbing a nutritious meal from Libbey’s is exactly what you will need to satisfy your hunger and keep your family healthy.
Paul’s Southwest Pork Stew was just what the doctor ordered for me the other day, loaded with flavor, tender pork chunks and vegetables - I had mine over some leftover rice. If chili is more your speed we have that too. Of course fresh stew meat, burger, whole roasts and chickens are always available.
This week we will have some locally raised Angus beef - sirloin strips, top sirloin & possibly tenderloin & flank.
Next week, Libbey’s will be featuring a side of Scottish Highland Beef raised in Sutton at the Royer Farm. Scottish Highland beef is noted for it’s lean character, pronounced beef flavor and smaller size. We will have all cuts available though they may be in shorter supply. A typical whole prime rib roast from a western raised Angus steer can weigh as much as 22 - 25 lbs. We would expect the Highland prime rib roast to weigh 12 - 15 lbs. As always if you have a particular cut in mind that you would like to have please order ahead.
We will also have another locally raised Royer hog delivered next Tuesday - ready for sale on Wednesday.
Jon has been having fun with the smoker this week. He made another batch of smoked Kielbasa, hams, pork shoulders & ham hocks. Jon has also been smoking Turkey Breast and Sirloin for sliced sandwich meats - as always no nitrates in anything that we smoke on sight.
The seafood prices have come down in general with a couple of standouts this week.The Faroe Island Scottish Salmon has come down to $15.42 & could move a little more by Thursday, fresh Halibut is only $22.50/lb this week . The Halibut was as high as $40/lb earlier this winter. Haddock is down to $11.50 - even the swordfish is below $15/lb.
Have a great week and Thank You for choosing Libbey's
Fresh Seafood recommendations for the Week of 2/11/19
Prices can and will change daily
Live Shellfish must be picked up on the day it comes in .
Freshness of product will not be guaranteed past delivery day. $ / LB
WC Fresh 1 1/4 lb hard shell lobsters $15.00
WC Sockeye Frozen - Must buy whole side approx 1 1/2 - 2 lb $18.50
FR Faroe Island Scottish Salmon $15.42
FR Canadian Salmon $14.83
FR Halibut $22.50
WC #1 (sushi grade) Yellow Fin Tuna $24.25
WC 2+ Yellow Fin Tuna $16.75
WC Swordfish $14.95
WC Monkfish $12.08
FR Catfish Fillet $11.67
WC Fresh Squid - tubes & tentacles $12.42
WC Flounder 4 - 6 oz fillets $19.00
WC Dover Sole (California) $13.08
WC Lemon Sole $19.92
WC Small Haddock 4 - 8 oz $10.83
WC Scrod Haddock 6 - 8 oz $11.50
WC Haddock 12 - 16 oz $17.67
WC Market Cod $16.75
WC Cod Loin $19.83
WC Pollack $8.08
WC Hake $8.75
WC Bluefish n/a
WC Red Snapper Fillet $24.00
WC Striped Bass $24.67
WC Lg Dry Sea Scallops 10/20 $27.08
WC Med. Dry Sea Scallops 20/30 $23.83
WC 16/20 Florida Gulf Shrimp $20.33
WC 16/20 IQF (frozen)Gulf Shrimp $16.25
WC Maine Crab meat Fresh 8 oz $21.58 each
WC Lump Crab Meat - 16 oz $28.38
FR Crawfish Tail Meat Frozen $15.99
WC P.E.I. Fresh Mussels - 5 # bag $17.25
- 10 # bag $34.50
WC Fresh Oysters & Clams are available by the 25 count. Prices given on request as they change often
WC = Wild Caught
FR = Farm Raised
Thank You & Have a Great Week