Chocolate, Zucchini and Fish – Sustainable Fish? Just say “Oui!”

Has Sustainable Seafood Jumped the Shark?

What? Just because Clotilde is on blogging about sustainability? No way! Au contraire!

I say “all hands on deck” for this one. Our oceans need all our voices. Yes, the food blogging goddess-turned-author herself is posting about Sustainable Seafood. I’m so excited. This will bring attention to a new audience, maybe some of whom had not thought about the issue before. All are welcome here!

I’ve invited Ms. Chocolate and Zucchini to join us for this year’s Teach a Man to Fish event. Ms. Dusoulier has agreed and she’ll be sharing the news with her readers. Merci Clotilde!

I’m putting out a call to all:

1. Save the Date – October 1 -15, 2008 the second annual Teach a Man to Fish blog event.

2. Any artist friends out there want to design a little logo or graphic for our event? Pretty please?

3. To review – we’ll be collecting everyone’s sustainable seafood recipes, pictures and stories to share in our round up (that comes after my sleepless nights of work, pulling it together) for distribution on November 1. I particularly love the stories that share with others your coming to the issue, learning how to talk to your fishmonger, trying a new fish.

New this year:

◊ Two or three surprise guests/ambassadors will be joining. They’re on the hook, but it’s way too early to give it all away.

◊ New chefs already on board include: Chef Rick Moonen author of “Fish Without a Doubt” Gourmet’s first choice in its new Cook Book Club!

~ by jacqueline1230 on August 7, 2008.

2 Responses to “Chocolate, Zucchini and Fish – Sustainable Fish? Just say “Oui!””

  1. I just got my copy of Rick Moonen’s “Fish Without A Doubt.” And without a doubt, it’s the best seafood cookbook around. Want to know if a fish is sustainable? Get this book. Want to have a great and easy recipe for tuna burgers that’s delicious enough for a summer party? Get this book. Want to learn a myriad of techniques to cook seafood, including poaching in milk? Get this book. It is destined to become a classic.

  2. Isn’t it great? I love the book and Rick’s great, too. It is a fish bible.

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