Sena and Rich Wheeler’s family has a rich fishing history. Sena’s side of the family are fishermen and Sena is a proud 5th generation fisherman, who together with Rich is passing on tricks of the trade to their children. Sena and Rich of Sena Sea have been featured on various podcasts, where they share their passion for wild Alaskan seafood, ocean sustainability, recipes and the fishing lifestyle. Here are snippets of some of their favorite interviews.
Hey there, it’s time for another Efficiency Bitch Podcast episode! I’m sitting down with the incredible Sena to talk all about time management and delegation tips for busy moms.
Sena is an expert at this stuff, and she’s here to spill the beans on how she rocks both her household and business tasks. She’s all about efficiency, and she’s got some seriously brilliant strategies to share.
So, what’s the secret sauce to Sena’s success? It’s all about eliminating, automating, and delegating tasks. She knows that to stay on top of things, you’ve gotta let go of some stuff and hand it over to others, whether at home or in business.
But wait, there’s more! Sena’s got some fabulous insights on raising little team players. She’s all about instilling that “no problem, Mom” attitude in her kids, and guess what? It works wonders! Plus, she even rewards them with some quality time in the kitchen – cooking together is a special treat for everyone.
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Sena Seafoods (pronounced see’ nuh) has a long, long history of fishing. As Sena Wheeler of Sena Seafoods recounts, her grandfather immigrated to the Ballard, Washington from Norway with his brothers and became a commercial fisherman in 1938. They fished using traditional Norwegian longlines, and passed the knowledge to their children, who passed it on again. Their boat logs show the family fished the waters from as far north as Alaska and as far south as Mexico. Sena's father, Art, fished for thirty years, and Sena has fond memories of making trips with him on the Alrita as a teenager. Now in their fifth generation of fishing, the family loves what they do and are contributing the dinner table as well as to the environment. Our hosts received some fishing education in this episode and want to pass it along to the listeners.
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This week I’m talking to Sena Wheeler from our podcast sponsor Sena Sea: Wild Alaskan Fish, a small, fisherman-owned company run by a 5th (at least!) generation fishing family. They (sustainably) catch, process, pack, and even ship themselves. Sena teaches us ALL.THE.THINGS about Alaskan salmon: how it is caught, the importance of processing to retain premium quality, the best preparations, and she explains exactly why Copper River salmon is the best in the world. It’s not the reason I expected and it’s really cool!
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Our ideas about comfort food have changed dramatically over the years. We've gone from its being "sick food" to now being "blow-the-diet" treats.
Join Bruce Weinstein & Mark Scarbrough as they talk about the changing notions of comfort food over the course of their thirty-six cookbook career.
Bruce also interviews Sena Wheeler of Sena Sea Wild Alaskan Fish about the Alaskan fishing industry and how you can bring the wild and tasty fare to your table.
We've also got a one-minute cooking tip, and we'll tell you what's making us happy in food this week.
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Meatballs, bread and butter pickle sandwich…oh my, what a mouthful! Join award winning Chefs, Tom Douglas and Chef Thierry Rautureau, as they interview Sena and Rich. In today’s interview, they share how they flash freeze Copper River Salmon from Alaska right to your front door. Curious? https://bit.ly/34Fwg7b
When you buy fish at the grocery store, you are never certain if it has been sustainably caught or even how fresh it is. Sena Sea has a full fish line as well as salmon gift sets to choose from. If you enjoy quick and easy fish cooking, listen to The 425 show with Nicole Mangina for more details.
What can be more fun than sisters coming together to chat, laugh and make delicious food? Join The Dinner Sisters, Kate and Betsy as they chat with Sena about her family business, how to thaw fish and of course, favorite recipes!
What can be more fun than sisters coming together to chat, laugh and make delicious food? Join The Dinner Sisters, Kate and Betsy as they chat with Sena about her family business, how to thaw fish, and of course, favorite recipes!
What are the best kinds of seafood to eat on keto? Keto Carole chats with Sena Wheeler, of the family-owned wild Alaskan fish seafood delivery company, Sena Seafoods about the health benefits of never-farmed seafood, sustainability, their multi-generational fishing history.
Sena and Rich join Tommy’s Outdoors to discuss commercial fishing practices, fisheries management, and the life of fishermen in Alaska. For those passionate about fishing, make sure to listen to the segment where they discuss handling fish and how to ensure the fish you catch is of the highest quality and taste possible.
On the show, it's all about seafood. We talk fresh vs frozen, and wild vs farmed. Sena explains the best way to properly thaw fish, and we discuss brining. You'll pick up some cooking tips, and learn about all the different types of salmon. Chefs Without Restaurants Podcast
Meet Sena and Richard Wheeler, a 3rd generation fishing family in Alaska and owners of Sena Sea (www.senasea.com). Sena's Norwegian grandfather emigrated to the U.S. and became a commercial fisherman in 1938. Husband, Rich, has fished for more than 25 years. They discuss Alaska's fishing industry and what many consider the "Wagyu of Seafood"- Copper River Salmon -prized for its succulent flavor, buttery texture and deep red-orange color due to a high content of heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids. The Connected Table
In this Episode of Grill This!, Wild Alaskan Fish is on the menu! Jim and Matt speak with the founder of Sena Sea Foods, Sena Wheeler. Sena operates outside of Seattle Washington and has a masters degree in Nutrition and Food Science Her company, Sena Sea Seafoods ships fresh, never-farmed fish straight from the waters of Alaska all across the country. Jim opens up a sample package and uses one of the recipes found on her website, senasea.com, to prepare some Potato Crusted Salmon in a Beurre Blanc sauce! Of course, Matt brings some amazing craft beers to sample as well. Listen to Sena's story and find out how the fish that Jim prepared turned out!
Have you ever wondered how to buy and cook fish so it's not so "fishy"? This week's episode of Women in Food Podcast with Sena Wheeler of Sena Sea will get into it! Learn all the insider secrets to fish right from the source: a woman who can trace her fishing lineage back (at least) 5 generations. Besides geeking out on all things fish, we talk about how she started and has been growing her business shipping seafood across the US for her community of small-scale Alaskan fishermen. We talk about her lineage as a fisherman's wife, the science of omega-3's, the process of fishing in Alaska and a completely fool-proof Black Cod recipe!
Whether you love fish or haven't learned to love it yet, this non-fishy interview all about the fish of the sea is a winner! Do you know what to look for when buying fish? Find out more by listening to this episode of the Healthy Parenting Connector, Kids Enjoy Fish at Kids Eat Real Food.
We invited Richard Wheeler to be a guest on the Manlihood ManCast because his career is a very manly one. Fishing on the open sea, responsibly harvesting salmon and cod from the cold Alaskan waters is a manly endeavor. Richard Wheeler talks about taking his young kids on the fishing boat, and what it means to truly have a family business.
In this era of changing climates, Sena Wheeler and her husband, have created a sustainable fishing, freezing and shipping operation. How did she decide to enter this generation's old business and what is the future of wild fishing in our seas? It's on Tip of the Tongue.