A monthly seminar and cooking demonstration in the Barn at the Hook offices
Do you love watching the fishing boats come in and out of the harbors?
Have you ever wanted to strike up a conversation with fishermen to learn more about how they make a living on the water?
Do you know how your favorite seafood is caught and what rules the fishermen have to follow to bring it to market?
If you are curious about any of these, then please join the Cape Cod Commercial Hook Fishermen's Association and local fishermen to learn the ins and outs of this vital industry and how important it is to our cultural heritage and local economy.
June's Talk is ...
Day Boat Scallops Make New England Go 'Round
Sweet New England sea scallops are the crown jewel on seafood menus around the country, yet it is a fishery that went from bust to boom. Scallopers Tye Vecchione and Bob Keese will discuss how the fishery got where it is today and talk about the Chatham small boat fleet that makes day trips just offshore to bring fresh scallops to market daily. They will be joined by mother-daughter cookbook author team Elaine and Karin Tammi, whose Scallops: A New England Coastal Cookbook features delectable recipes that are sure to be a hit with your family and guests. Buy a cookbook, and the authors will sign it.
Space will be limited for this event. Please RSVP IN ADVANCE to firstname.lastname@example.org or 508-945-2432 x103 to ensure your spot. Free for CCCHFA members; $10.00 for others.
Complimentary snacks and beverages included.
This series of seminars and cooking demonstrations will continue on the last Tuesday of each month. Stay tuned for bluefish on July 31 and shellfish or dogfish on August 28.
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