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Gorton's Wicked Good Seafood!

Hi neighbors!

I first heard the phrase "Wicked Good", about 12 years ago when we went to Northern Maine.  Everything in Maine was "wicked good".  So, I was not surprised to hear Gorton's Seafood called "wicked good'.  My husband and a couple of the children LOVE fish.  As a matter of fact after receiving my wicked good package from Gorton's, they actually had fish sandwiches two days in a row, and were hoping for more the next day!  For some reason fall weather and fish just sort of go together.

We really like the Gorton's Fish Sandwich Fillets.  They are the perfect size for buns, easy to prepare and taste GREAT.  My family decided you MUST have them on buns, because they just do not taste the same on bread!  And of course they had to add a slice of American cheese to melt over the fillet.  Of course you can't have fish without french fries.  It is amazing, what you "must" have when you eat fish! LOL!  Cole slaw is another favorite side dish.

We were also able to try the Shrimp Scampi.   We served it over pasta!  The Shrimp Scampi is in a garlic butter sauce. Yummy!  Just smelling it was delicious!  We have already purchased another and my daughter wants to try it over rice this time.

Gorton's website has loads of Wicked Good recipes to try, so be sure you stop by and take a look around.  If you find a recipe you want to try, be sure to download their coupon before going shopping.  Just look at their Tenders Tacos!

One neighbor is going to receive a Wicked Good Gorton's Prize Package.  It will include:
3- $2 off product coupons
1-Gorton's branded ship wheel key chain
An assortment of Gorton's recipe cards
Beautiful Gorton's seaside postcards

Then stop by their Social Media.
Gorton's on Facebook.
Gorton's on Twitter.
Gorton's on Pinterest.
You can also enter their Sweepstakes HERE.

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive product for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's email or website.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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Mami2jcn said…
My kids love their fish sticks.

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Anonymous said…
We love their grilled seafood...especially the salmon.
scottsgal said…
we like their tilapia
Steph said…
We like the Gorton’s Crispy Battered Fish Fillets. I made them last night with fries for our FF Friday dinner. :)
susanlulu said…
I like the battered fish fillets.
Anonymous said…
My family loves the Crispy Battered Fish Fillets and fish sticks!
Anonymous said…
My family loves the Crispy Battered Fish Fillets and fish sticks!
Nancy said…
We like their salmon and tilapia.
WiJoyMom said…
I've only tried a few & have liked them all. The crispy battered fish fillets are easier to fix compared to fish sticks (takes longer to turn them all over :)
andrea v said…
I love shrimp scampi
andrea v said…
I love the shrimp scampi
Anonymous said…
My favorite type of Gorton's Fish is their salmon.
Unknown said…
I love Gortons Lemon Butter Shrimp Scampi, it is wonderful.
Coolestmommy said…
The kids love the fish sticks and breaded fish patties. My husband and I love the Tilapia.
degood said…
I like their salmon.
Unknown said…
I'd like the salmon :)
Unknown said…
Their beer battered fish filets.
Unknown said…
How interesting. I have cooked fish en papillotte which is topically just in a bag and it tastes wonderful, but never thought to do it with pasta. How fun! Looks sensational.

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