New Bedford Series Focuses on Sustainable Seafood
April 8, 2013
SouthCoastToday: In September 2013, the Working Waterfront Festival will mark its’ tenth anniversary.
To celebrate, it is presenting Portholes, a series of free, monthly programs designed to engage residents and members of commercial fishing communities in conversations about critical issues facing the working waterfront. Each month’s programming centers around a theme.
Programming during the month of April explores the theme Sustainability:
Sustainable Seafood Cooking with Henry Bousquet: Chef and culinary arts instructor Henry Bousquet will share family-friendly approaches to cooking abundant species including pollock, redfish and spiny dogfish. The audience will be invited to taste his creations and take home recipes.
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