A Damp Paradise

April 2008
FoodService Director;4/15/2008, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p40
Trade Publication
The article presents information on some of the major farm products that have made the Pacific Northwest a culinary paradise. There are five varieties of Pacific salmon that mature at different times of the years, providing a continuous supply of the fish. Shellfish, primarily clams, crab and oysters, can be found in abundance in the area. The region is known for the abundance of apples and pears. A number of different types of mushroom, including cremini and morel, can be found in the Pacific Northwest.


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