Trash Fish Dinner, March 10

Trash Fish Dinner: The Best New England Seafood You’ve Never Tried
Chefs Collaborative
Area Four, 500 Technology Square, Cambridge, MA
Sunday, March 10, 2013
6:00 PM

Meet the scup. The sea robin. The dogfish. These are fish that have traditionally been left off the menu by chefs, discarded by fishermen as bycatch, and virtually unknown to the general public. During this family-style multi-course dinner, you’ll enjoy Atlantic fish that fly under the radar, prepared by eight renowned chefs from the Boston area, Rhode Island, and New Hampshire.

Featured Speaker: Barton Seaver – Sustainability Fellow in residence at the New England Aquarium and National Geographic Society Fellow.

Chefs cooking include Michael Leviton of Lumiere and Area Four, Evan Mallett of Black Trumpet in Portsmouth, Mary Reilly of Enzo in Newburyport, Derek Wagner of Nick’s on Broadway in Providence, and more. See all of the chefs here. All proceeds will benefit the work of Chefs Collaborative.

Order tickets now — seating is limited, and we hope you’ll join us!

Contact: Rob Booz, 617-236-5200 or rob (at) chefscollaborative (dot) org.

For more information: www.chefscollaborative.org

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