Cervo’s and Hart’s Team’s premium canned seafood

The liver of the angelfish is known as the foie gras of the sea. Nialls Fallon, Leah Campbell and Nick Perkins, restaurateurs and lovers of fine canned seafood, are importing a delicious alternative: cod liver from Iceland. Use the buttery flakes as a spread on toast, on top of grilled fish, or to make pasta sauces. But once you open the can, use it all; it is not well kept. Liver bile is one of three seafood products sold by Minnow, a new branch of their Hart’s, Cervo’s and Fly restaurants. Lovely little sardines from Spain and wild blackeye salmon from Bristol Bay are also on offer.

Minnow Wild Sockeye Salmon, $13.99 for 7.5 ounces; Minnow cod liver, $8.99 for 4.3 ounces; Minnow Sardines, $10.99 for 4.2 ounces,

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