Tagged Trace and Trust

Chef Matt Jennings never compromises on serving fresh and local seafood

TalkingFish.org interviews Matt Jennings, Executive Chef, Co-owner and Master Cheesemonger of Farmstead & La Laiterie, who buys locally-caught whole fish from dependable sources he knows personally and trusts wholeheartedly – and he has a great recipe for monkfish as well! … 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 »

Chef Richard Garcia on serving high-quality, responsibly-harvested and transparently-sourced seafood

“Ask an Expert” is a TalkingFish.org feature that interviews New England’s fishermen, chefs, retailers, policymakers and others about their perspectives on sustainable seafood. Today’s interview: Richard Garcia, Executive Chef, 606 Congress at the Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel. … More Info »

Attention shoppers: Finding local sustainable seafood just keeps getting easier

If you’re reading TalkingFish.org, you probably already know how important it is to make sure that the seafood you purchase is from a healthy fishery and was caught in a sustainable manner. But did you know that it’s now easier … More Info »

Fish Talk in the News – Thursday, August 18

From time to time, we like to keep you updated on the other news sources that have been “talking fish.” Here’s a quick look at some recent stories and websites that we think might interest Talking Fish readers: Rip Cunningham, … More Info »

Seafood fraud is bad news, but there are good (and delicious) ways to avoid it

Last week, Oceana released a report on seafood fraud, which occurs when seafood labeling is misleading or outright fraudulent, thus preventing consumers from knowing exactly where and how their fish was caught. The report found that seafood might be mislabeled … More Info »