Beyond Brisket: Pass the Smoked Fish!

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Smoked meats are big business for restaurants – and as summer approaches,now is the right time to think about adding some smoked items to your menu! But, we’d like to encourage you to think beyond ribs and chicken and add some smoked seafood to the mix. Feel like smoking your own?  You’re in good company!  Nation’s Restaurant News writes: At the two …

Executive Chef Warren Cordoba

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Chef Warren Cordoba spent much of his youth roaming his grandfather’s farm in the heart of coffee country, San Luis St. Domingo Heredia, Costa Rica.  It’s no wonder that he brings a sense of adventure tempered by a bit of nostalgia to his current menu at the Six Seven Restaurant at The Edgewater Hotel in Seattle. “When I was growing …

Meet our Newest RSVP Program Funding Recipient – Fathom Consulting

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Rockfish have long been a staple on the west coast of the United States. This delicious, versatile food fish is also one of our favorites! Historically, mid-water and bottom trawl nets have been the most accepted way of catching these deep-dwelling fish – the nets are dragged behind a boat, and snare the fish as they aggregate in schools. Unfortunately, …

Ross Sea Antarctic Toothfish receives MSC Certification

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The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) recently announced that the Ross Sea Antarctic toothfish (Dissostichus mawsoni) longline fishery has been awarded Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification. This follows a rigorous, independent assessment against the MSC standard for sustainable and well-managed fisheries. The Ross Sea is part of the Southern Ocean and is located between Victoria Land and Marie Byrd Land, Antarctica. …