Author Archives: F/V St Jude albacore

Night Fishing by Frank Malley

Night Fishing                                                                                     by Frank Malley             In the summer after sixth grade, 1961, I had met a man one evening while fishing/trespassing at the end of the dock for the members- only Port Washington Estates beach. I was casting … Continue reading

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Tuna Chaffle Sandwich

 I am forced to change my eating habits.  After my life long love affair with sugar, I am looking for some low carb satisfying meals.  I have recently discovered chaffles, which are described as a cheese, egg waffle.  This recipe … Continue reading

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Salad Nicoise by Daniela of Calm Eats

Salad Nicoise may just be the most perfect salad ever invented! It’s protein rich, flavorful and packed with vegetables. A healthy lunch or dinner any time of year! salad nicoise prep time: 10 minutes cooking time: 20 minutes makes: 2 … Continue reading

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St. Jude Tuna Revitalizes a Lunch Staple by Seattle Met

There’s probably no lunch I eat more frequently than canned fish. Yet a while back, tuna fell out of my rotation. So many cans disappointed: I’d try to drain the already pulverized meat and instead get a cat food ooze … Continue reading

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St. Jude Tuna Wins Good Food Awards

Jalapeno Canned Albacore wins Good Food Award!! By   By Seattle Met Every year our local-loving, artisan-aficionado state bags more than a few accolades at the Good Food Awards. The San Francisco–born national competition, which whittled down its long list of … Continue reading

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After an initial patch of rough seas, Fishing Vessel St. Jude is reeling in prized albacore, and accolades

By Providence Cicero Photo by Ken Lambert Special to The Seattle Times ST. JUDE is the patron saint of lost causes. It wasn’t the name Joyce and Joe Malley would have chosen for the spanking-new 95-foot fishing vessel they bought … Continue reading

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smoked spicy tuna sushi bowl By Daniella Modesto @calmeats

  Sushi in my book is edible art. While I think all cooking is an art form in itself, there’s something remarkable about sushi. The way it is prepared, served and meant to be enjoyed slowly is ceremonious. It’s the … Continue reading

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Tuna Cakes with Blackberry and Peach Salsa By Calm Eats

Joe and I have been so fortunate to meet Daniela Modesto with Calm Eats.  She has created a beautiful recipe for our Good Food Award winning Mediterranean canned albacore.  This recipe is Whole 30 and Paleo . Calm Eats St. … Continue reading

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Tips For Buying Canned Tuna

Seafood Watch evaluated canned tuna on quality and sustainability, and St. Jude Tuna (Bellevue, WA) topped the list for “beat choice”:  Seafood Watch Buying Tips     Read more about St. Jude Tuna and its fishing method          St. Jude Tuna … Continue reading

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Salad Nicoise

Salad Nicoise by Food Network  Salad Nicoise Recipe #tuesdaymotivation Spring is coming. Eat some lean protein: St. Jude Tuna is packed in its own juices or the olive oil pack. St. Jude Tuna offers a 3.5 oz pop top can http://www.tunatuna.com… that … Continue reading

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