Other Fish

LOINFISHLionfish are known for their venomous fin rays, a feature that is uncommon among marine fish in the East Coast coral reefs. A sting from a lionfish is extremely painful to humans and can cause nausea and breathing difficulties, but is rarely fatal. Lionfish are venomous, not poisonous, there is no harm in eating the lionfish meat. Once you dispose of the spines, there is no risk of envenomation, and you’re free to prepare your lionfish as you choose. Fortunately for the eco-friendly fish lovers out there, lionfish are delicious. Their white, buttery meat lends itself to any number of different recipes.cobiaCobia is a highly valued seafood species and they’re a popular game fish and taste delicious. The sweet, richly flavored meat is firm with a nice flake. Grilled, broiled or sautéed fillets are typical presentations for cobia, though the meat also can be served raw as sashimi or sushi. The firm, moist flesh lends itself especially well to grilling and takes well to marinades and bold sauces.PompanoThe pompano is a popular food fish.  The fillets are of even thickness, which aids in cooking. The Pompano’s flesh is oily and looks white and opaque. Its diet yields a rich but mild flavor.
Rose fishThe Rosefish is an  important commercial fish and is a member of the rockfish group. Also erroneously known as “ocean perch,” although it is not a true perch. The cooked filet is white and tender with a mild flavor.Rosefish-Grey TileGrey tilefish, also known as blueline tilefish, are harvested in local waters. Tilefish are a clean white, flaky fish with a distinctly sweet flavor.