Origin: North Carolina, Panama, South Atlantic
A lesser known, yet delightful tasting fish from the coasts of North Carolina and the South Atlantic comes Cobia. Cobia offers a skin-on fillet that tastes buttery, sweet. Cobia carries dense white flesh, a solid fat marbling, and large firm flakes. Cobia is a delectable combination whether grilled, broiled, or baked. With its mild flavor, seasoning options include pepper (white/black), sea salt, garlic, lemon and old bay.