…could be this: Sustainably Harvested Canned Seafood, by Scout Canning; set of 3, 3 flavors – Lobster, Mussels, Trout on Food52
Pricer than the canned fish you are used to getting in stores, but it could be a wonderful gift for someone. Great packaging too. Happy to see it is from Canada, too. There is different versions of this too; you could just get the lobster, for example.
Food52 has lots of wonderful products. Even if you don’t care for this one, I recommend checking them out.
Over at Colossal they have a gorgeous collection of images by Visarute Angkatavanich of Siamese Fighting Fish in all their glory. Beautiful fish, captured beautifully in the photographs of Angkatavanich.
Over at Kitchen Daily, they had a feature the use of en papillote (whether that is using parchment, foil, or some other material). Of the recipes there, these are the ones I look forward to trying soon, especially the first one.
- Sea Bass En Papillote with Tangerine and Grapefruit – The Culinary Chase.
- Simple Elegant Fish with Cauliflower Potato Mash – Savory Nothings
- Tilapia en Papillote |Billy Parisi.
- Soy and Ginger Shrimp Packets – The Culinary Chase.
- Sole in a Bag with Zucchini & Black Olives
- Recipe: Asian Salmon en Papillote for Two | Verily.
Bonus: this sweet potato recipe not only sounds good, but I love the source for it.
The Bacon Eating Jewish Vegetarian: Big Sweet Easy (Roasted Sweet Potatoes with Sumac).
The image is from the last recipe from Verily. If you are new to this way of cooking, go to that recipe: it outlines the simple technique using parchment.