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Imperial Caviar has arrived!

You want to improve your appetizers and dishes dramatically? Opt for the top Canadian or imported caviar.

Consisting of fish eggs, caviar is a high-end product that has been highly prized for centuries. Served with hors d’oeuvres, you can eat caviar without ceremony or on blinis, small buckwheat pancakes.

Caviar should be served on ice, preferably fresh, not cold. Caviar should be conserved refrigerated. Take it out of the fridge half an hour before serving so it is not too cold.

Avoid serving caviar with metal utensils. Even silver should be avoided because fish eggs are very sensitive to oxidation. Ideally, use a mother of pearl spoon. As an alternative, choose a porcelain or a simple plastic utensil.

For more information on this fine product, visit Imperial Caviar and Seafood.

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