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We couldn’t be happier when our friends and local foodie experts share their favourite scallop recipes!

Check out Cassandra Anderton and Karen Dar Woon’s recipes featuring Great Bear Scallops at

And, Sean Bromilow also features great recipes and tips at

Thanks, friends!


PRince Rupert



We were honoured to have Jennifer Rice,  BC NDP MLA for the North Coast visit us recently in Prince Rupert, and delighted for the opportunity to tour her through our Great Bear Scallops farming and processing operations.

We would like to thank her for her interest and strong support for the continued development of Coastal Shellfish and our community. And we thank her for introducing Coastal Shellfish to the BC Legislature this week. In her address, she highlighted Coastal Shellfish as …”an example of the kind of sustainable economy that we can and should be striving to build in BC.” She stressed, “If we want to protect our forests, rivers and oceans and have a thriving economy, we need sustainable industries that respect environmental stewardship, Indigenous rights and local communities.” She concluded her address with, “I hope this initiative acts as an example of the type of sustainable industries that can make BC a beacon of sustainability around the world and help our economy recover during the pandemic.”

Together we can continue to build our local economy and our community, while respecting and protecting our environment. We look forward to having you visit again soon.

PRince Rupert


Popular Vancouver Chef, Angus An appeared live on CTV’s Your Morning Show with Ben Mulroney on Thursday, August 6th featuring his Scallop Ceviche recipe from his new cookbook Maenam that just launched August 4th! We were so excited to deliver our fresh live Great Bear Scallops to Chef Angus to prepare his recipe on the show!

And, we’re so pleased to share his Scallop Ceviche recipe!


•             4-8 large live Great Bear Scallops

•             2-4 tablespoons Seafood Nahm Jim

•             2 tablespoons finely sliced lemongrass, to garnish

•             2 tablespoons finely sliced fresh long-leaf coriander, to garnish

•             1 tablespoon finely julienned Makrut lime leaves, to garnish

•             Few sprigs of fresh coriander, to garnish

•             2-4 tablespoons cured salmon roe or sustainable caviar, to garnish (optional)

•             Edible flowers, to garnish (optional)

•             2 tablespoons Fried Shallots, to garnish



1.            Clean the scallop shells with a brush to remove all sand and dirt. The shells will be used as presentation and serving pieces.

2.            Using a flexible palette knife, pry open the two shells slightly, wide enough to stick in your thumb. The tension from the shells might feel uncomfortable, but it will be brief. Insert the palette knife and scrape the inside of the top flat shell until you separate the flesh from the shell. Open the flat top completely and flex the palette knife while scraping the bottom bowl-shaped shell. Once the flesh is completely dislodged from the shell, set it aside in a bowl on ice. Scrape the inside of the shells clean and wash them thoroughly; reserve for serving.

3.            To trim the scallop meat, remove the outer mantle and the liver (black piece), keeping the flesh (muscle) and the roe (orange piece). For this recipe, only the muscle is needed; however, the roe is a tasty piece to incorporate into the ceviche should you feel adventurous.

4.            Slice each scallop into four wedges. Place the scallop wedges back onto the shells and dress each with about 1/2 tablespoon nahm jim.

5.            Garnish with lemongrass, long-leaf coriander, Makrut lime leaves, and coriander sprigs. I also like to serve it with cured salmon roe and an edible flower. Sprinkle the fried shallots on last for texture. Serve immediately.

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