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DINNERS INCLUDE ONE SIDE, WITH HUSHPUPPIES

 

Side Items


French Fries
Onion Rings
Fried Mushrooms
Corn Nuggets
Carrot/Raisin Salad

Potato Salad
Fried Okra
Mozzarella Sticks
Sweet Potato Fries
Cole Slaw

Chilled Mixed Fruit
Jalapeno Cheese Peppers
Fried Green Beans
Macaroni Nuggets



 

palmetto-seafood

Location

Palmetto Seafood Company 2200 Gervais Street Columbia, SC 29204 (803) 254-2503 Hours of Operation Monday – Saturday: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
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History

In 1961, Jossie and Ralph Floyd opened Palmetto Seafood Company with the goal to provide fresh, top-quality seafood to Columbia and the surrounding areas. With quality and competitive pricing at the forefront, the Floyds worked hard to build a solid reputation for their business.

In 1997, the Floyds retired and sold Palmetto Seafood Company to Addie and Lucius Moultrie. Equally as enthusiastic about serving the Columbia area’s seafood needs, the Moultries have continued the Palmetto Seafood tradition of providing fresh, quality seafood to the Midlands.

Recipes and Tips

Health Benefits of Fish

The American Heart Association recommends eating fish at least two times a week and for good reason. Fish are high in Omega-3s, an essential fatty acid that humans cannot manufacture on their own.

Eating fish such as salmon, tuna, trout and sea bass can:

  • help prevent arthritis
  • help prevent abnormal heart rhythms
  • promote healthy brain function
  • reduce the risk of stroke and heart attacks

In addition, incorporating more fish into your diet can also aid in reducing the effects and/or risks of:

  • High cholesterol – abnormally high levels of triglycerides (bad cholesterol) can be remedied by increasing your intake of Omega-3s. This balances cholesterol levels by reducing triglycerides and increasing HDL (good) cholesterol.
  • High blood pressure – clinical studies have shown that ingesting more Omega-3s by eating fish can significantly lower blood pressure for those suffering from hypertension.
  • Heart disease – prevention of heart disease begins with a low-fat diet high in monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats and Omega-3s. Fish oil is a great source of these nutrients and a vital part of a heart disease prevention regimen.
  • Diabetes – the Omega-3s in fish also provide valuable benefits to those who have type-two diabetes, a disease that increases levels of triglyceride and decreases levels of HDL cholesterol. Omega-3s balance these levels out and increase fasting blood sugar levels.

How to Cook Fish

General Guidelines:

  • Cook fish for 10 minutes for every inch of thickness
  • Fish is finished cooking when it becomes opaque or can be easily flaked apart with a fork at its thickest part
  • Let fish stand 3-4 minutes after cooking

Bake - preheat oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit and cook fish for approximately 12-15 minutes.

Poach – place fish in a covered skillet with just barely enough liquid to cover the fish. Simmer for approximately 10 minutes.

Broil/grill – cook for approximately 10-15 minutes and brush with marinade or olive oil to keep fish moist.

Microwave - place fish in a microwave-safe dish and arrange in a circle with the thinner parts of the fillets in the middle. Cover and cook for approximately 3 minutes.

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