Tagged Chefs Collaborative

Fish Talk in the News – Friday, February 22

In this week’s Fish Talk in the News, lawmakers consider two courses of action for restoring Alewives to the St. Croix; Michael Leviton calls for chefs to use more “trash fish”; the Northeast Seafood Coalition repeats its call for interim measures to allow overfishing; fishermen and policymakers consider their options in the wake of cuts to cod catch; industry advocates call for an executive order for disaster aid. … More Info »

Sustainable Seafood Teach-in April 29

Over the last few years, Boston’s Museum of Science has stepped up to the plate and sponsored some great programming on all aspects of food: the science, policy and reality of making healthy and sustainable food choices in our daily lives. As part of that conversation, the Museum is putting together a day of sustainable seafood discussions on Sunday, April 29. … More Info »

Local oysters deliver a taste of place

We’ve come across a few oyster-related items so we thought we’d put them together to share today. Maybe we can consider it an early Valentine’s Day post? First comes a new report from our friends at Chefs Collaborative which explores … More Info »

Thoughts on Steve Arnold’s rescue from around the web

We are sad to learn about Rhode Island fisherman Steve Arnold’s harrowing experience on the water over the weekend. The bad news is he lost his boat, F/V Elizabeth Helen. The great news is that he and his crew were safely rescued and are OK. The following blog posts say it all. The TalkingFish.org community will keep him and his family in our thoughts during this challenging time. … More Info »