Last Friday, our upcoming Trash Fish Dinner in LA got a great shoutout in the Los Angeles Times!
“Trash Fish, a dinner featuring sustainable seafood and hosted by the nonprofit organization Chefs Collaborative, will take place at Mediterraneo restaurant in Hermosa Beach on March 10 to bring attention to undervalued species of fish (“It’s not just by-catch anymore!”).
The focus on fish that have been regarded as “trash” is meant to show that they’re in fact delicious, as well as plentiful, Trash Fish organizers say. “Creating a market for them helps take pressure off of overfished species as well as helps to sustain our threatened fishing communities,” Chefs Collaborative said in a statement…”
We’re thrilled to see Trash Fish getting such traction – and our LA organizers let us know that the dinner is quickly selling out. For more information on Trash Fish LA, visit bit.ly/TrashFishLA.
Posted by: Alisha Fowler