Like halibut? Try it with a dee-lish beet salad

P’fishers who don’t live in New York and therefore missed this weekend’s cooking demo by our very own Director of Culinary Education Gerard Viverito, please check this link for a cooking demo of seared halibut and beet salad and its accompanying fin-tastic recipe.
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ENJOY!

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Please Join Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution!


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P’fisher’s: Please join renowned chef and celebrity Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution to improve nutrition and cooking skills for America’s youth! Sign his petition by clicking here. It’s crucial that we combat the poor nutrition and obesity problems that kids now face!
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thanks!
Patti

Passionfish Co-Founder Andrew Spurgin Joins HSWRI President Don Kent on KPBS Radio

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P’fishers, enjoy this radio broadcast on KPBS Radio, San Diego, on the farmed versus wild fish conundrum. P’fish co-founder Andrew Spurgin joins colleague Don Kent, President of the Hubbs Sea World Research Institute which conducts pioneering research on aquaculture.

San Diego ahoy! Passionfish’ers are expert panelists at the Western Foodservice Show this month

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P’fishers, if you’re in SoCal later this month, be sure to check out the Western Foodservice & Hospitality Expo to be held August 30-September 1 at the San Diego Convention Center. In particular, attend the Sunday, August 30, presentation from 2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. on sustainability issues.
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Our Co-Founder & Director of Seafood Education Andrew Spurgin and our Director of Culinary Education Gerard Viverito will provide their take on this complex subject — and what wholesalers and retailers can do to better understand and embrace “seafood sustainability” in all of its dimensions in order to make educated decisions about sourcing high-quality, nutritious seafood while minimizing adverse environmental impact. How’s that for a goal within a 90-minute session?!
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As the show tagline says, “Gain a Fresh Perspective.” Hope to see you there ~ oh, and look for an update from our P’fish Team following the Expo.

Kona Blue Says Attack on Kona Kampachi®’s “Good Alternative Ranking” Unwarranted

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P’fish’ers,
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Please see this week’s Business Wire article citing anti-aquaculture organization Food & Water Watch’s campaign against Kona Kampachi, a yellowtail raised in Hawaii.
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Unfortunately, it can be very confusing to sort out the “good” versus “bad” when environmental groups have varying opinions themselves. For example, the Monterey Bay Aquarium has a well-known card called “Seafood Watch” that lists Kona Kampachi as a good alternative to buy and to eat.
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I wholeheartedly agree with Kona Blue’s president Neil Sims when he says that objective, rational standards for assessing the sustainability of seafood is sorely needed. Thank you, Neil.
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At Passionfish, we have featured Kona Blue and its Kona Kampachi in several of our events and promotions.