Fish in a Day, Saturday 29th Oct 2011

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Nicola filleting credit Eating East.jpgFood Safari new logo.bmpThis workshop is a partnership between Culinary Anthropologist and the lovely Food Safari people.

We will focus on preparing and cooking sustainably caught fish and shellfish, such as lemon sole, mackerel, squid, oysters and crab.  All the seafood will be sourced from Food Safari partners Pinney’s of Orford and Maximus Sustainable Fishing both family enterprises that fish off the Suffolk coast using long line rods to reduce waste.

smAnnacrabt.jpgDuring the workshop you will hear from one of the fishermen about their business, the challenges and the stock levels in the North Sea.  Anna will show you how to fillet flat and round fish, shuck oysters and prepare other shellfish.  You will then cook them in various ways for a delicious and extensive Mediterranean seafood feast to share with plenty of wine to drink. 

bouillabaisse.JPGYou will go home confident to cook more fish and shellfish at home, a pack of all the recipes and a new appreciation of how fish reaches our plates.  This is an intensive hands-on class, so come hungry to learn and to feast!


Dates:  Saturday 29th October 2011

Time:  10am - 4pm smfishshellfishclass3010100009t.jpg

Location:  London N5

Price:  £150, or £275 for two

Book online on the Food Safari website

Or email Anna with any queries or to ask about the special discount for Culinary Anthropologist customers



Fish filleting photo credit Eating East.




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