Patagonia Provisions Mussels

Image of Patagonia Provisions MusselsTinned Fish Date Night?
In case you haven’t been following the social media trend… Tinned Fish Date Night is definitely a thing. And Patagonia Provisions Mussels are a great way to start.

Here is how it works. You and your partner crack open a few tins of fish and surround them with accouterments like crusty bread and crackers. Then dig in! You’re combining an assortment of foods into little bites, and part of the fun is finding the pairings you like best.

It is a chance to linger over a meal that is so simple to prepare—especially after a day of work. Crusty bread is a great accompaniment. And a soft, mild cheese like Gina Marie Cream Cheese goes well with many of the sharp, salty flavors in your tins. Add anything pickled for flavor counterpoint and maybe some olives and fresh, crunchy vegetables like cucumber slices and radishes. To drink, you may want a sparkling wine or kombucha—the bubbles are a nice addition.

Really, it is whatever you want. And, don’t overthink it!

Patagonia Provisions Mussels
Patagonia’s mussels are a delicious source of protein, omega-3s, iron, and vitamin B-12. What’s more, mussels improve both water quality and aquatic ecosystems as they grow, and provide a model of restorative ocean farming.

These plump, canned, Smoked Mussels are smoked over bay wood and packed with organic extra-virgin olive oil and mussel broth, they’re great as a snack out on the trail or pulled out of your kitchen pantry for a fast pasta or salad at home.

Savory Sofrito Mussels are seasoned with aromatic vegetables, sherry, and Spanish paprika.

Lemon Herb Mussels are seasoned with aromatic thyme and lemon.

About Patagonia Provisions
Patagonia Provisions is a fantastic way to enjoy delicious and nutritious foods that are absolutely top quality.

Everything Patagonia Provisions makes is created to help solve the environmental crisis. To restore our depleted oceans and soils, they use regenerative practices that are often based on pre-industrial ways of growing and harvesting. The bonus is wild, organic foods that are free from pesticides, hormones, antibiotics, and GMOs.


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