Growing up in my family of three older brothers all with after-school commitments, busyness was just as rampant as it is, I’m sure, for each of you. Watching the Wild for Salmon team run around and make time for their amazing families, home lives (including a farm!), and company projects leaves me both awestruck and inspired.
While looking for a break in the calendar, we would always say, “Well, everyone needs to eat” and do our best to make time to sit down together for dinner as much as possible. At the Wild for Salmon brick & mortar in Bloomsburg, PA, during the slower months of our year, the on-site team sits down for a monthly lunch together. It’s a chance to sample Chef Josh’s newest recipe or try out a new product, but it’s also a good time just to simply enjoy each other’s company and have a quick bite together. It’s easy to make time for this type of routine built around food because…everyone needs to eat.
As the holidays sneak up on us swiftly but surely, we encourage you to remember this phrase as you shop. In a world packed to the gills with things and friends and family who seemingly have everything, why not gift them something to eat? A Wild for Salmon gift card or Seafood Meal Box is a decadent gift of health and hearth — one that you know will be used and enjoyed.
Happy Holidays from our boat to your table!
Think of your friend who insists on no gifts as they are blessed with full bookshelves and seem to have read each new release before you’ve even picked it up. Or, your parents who beat you to framing this year’s holiday card photo and thus left you in the lurch.
Giving these folks on your list the gift of a wild salmon dinner is gifting not only something they need because, of course, everyone needs to eat, but it’s also gifting an experience. With a gift from Wild for Salmon, you are giving your nearest and dearest the love and support of a home-cooked meal, one with a storied-history of a small-scale fishing operation run by a Pennsylvania family in the pristine waters of Bristol Bay. What could be better?