Sweet, salty, and oh so succulent, the taste of each Newfoundland Blue Mussel is deeply seated in the surrounding cold, clear waters from which they’ve been harvested. From the local salinity and minerality to the tide strength, and even the types of algae and plankton present – every Newfoundland Blue Mussel has a taste greater than the sum of its parts, a ‘merroir’ of merriment that was made to share.
There’s a reason why foodies, chefs, and critics from across the globe make the journey to taste of our slice of life. Besides having the perfect environment for seafood, the topography and soils of Newfoundland & Labrador are home to a rich food culture, producing culinary delights known the world over for its terroir and quality. Wild chanterelles, spruce tips, berries, wild game and more – all imbued with the flavours of our land and sea.
If you’re looking for some delicious ways to enjoy your Newfoundland Blue Mussels, you’ve come to the right place. Keep reading, we’re sure you’ll find something to fit every dining occasion!