If fish were cars, Sablefish would be a private jet.

Exaggeration? Not in the slightest. Sablefish is harvested in the Central Gulf of Alaska and Southeast Alaska, and is commonly found on high-end restaurant menus because of its rich and intensely buttery texture. Although considered an oily fish, Sablefish is full of the good kind of fat—lots of Omega-3 content. The result? A silky smooth texture perfect for smoking, baking, grilling, sautéing—and most importantly, a luxurious dining experience.