I received product and compensation in exchange for this post. Chef Wayne comes with the deal no matter how I feel about it. Otherwise, all thoughts are my own!
How many times have you said “I don’t know what to have for dinner”?
If you’re like Wayne and me, you’ve lost count. Our dinner quandary got worse over the last few years as we were caring for his dad, who was living with us as he declined. Even though he didn’t often want to eat with us, dinner was still fragmented — either by him needing something or by our exhaustion or both. It wasn’t as satisfying as it used to be.
The dinner decision changed once Dad passed away in July. My son moved out to go to college shortly thereafter, leaving two of us facing yet another change in routine.
World Port Seafood sent me a fabulous collection of seafood to try. It’s the kind of addition to our lives that can make eating fun (and delicious) again.
My package included:
These products have so much going for them.
World Port Seafood comes right to your door, well-packaged to ensure temperature control. I only have to take a few steps to the freezer to know dinner is (forgive the pun) “in the bag.”
Especially with the entrees (as opposed to the basic cuts of fish/shellfish), the World Port Seafood chefs do the hard work of preparing enticing options.
Seafood cooking can be tricky; that’s why World Port Seafood has a hotline that operates daily from 9 am – 11 pm Central Time at 1-800-315-FISH (3474).
Quality Matters Too
World Port Seafood’s attention to quality eliminates any niggling questions about precisely how “fresh” that seafood is at the grocery store.
The selections from World Port Seafood are always in season, because they are sourced for freshness then frozen to remain fresh and perfect (like this salmon).
With World Port Seafood, I Can Be Confident
Besides the convenience, the commitment to quality, and such a wide choice of options, another asset of World Port Seafood is the reassurance that every order is 100% guaranteed.
Our First Adventure with World Port Seafood
For our initial foray into the World Port Seafood arena, we chose to make Shrimp and Grits from this Epicurious recipe (we chose not to use the egg on top though). It was such a joy to work with these large, beautiful shrimp. Our mouths were watering the whole time.
I also want to mention, though, that even though I chose to use Weight Watchers points on a delicious gourmet meal, I could also have spent zero points if I had chosen to steam the shrimp and eat them by themselves. I love the flexibility.
Want to Try For Yourself?
I wish I could dish up a little serving of this shrimp and grits to share with you (they’re quite convincing).
Since I can’t, I’ll just encourage you to consider giving World Port Seafood a try for yourself. (It’s also a fantastic gift. Your recipient will think about you every time they are saved from tyranny of the dinner dilemma!).
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