Monthly Archives: July 2014

Trash Fish – Sustainable Dinner at Squeaky Bean

Not only are we bringing in the by-catch, but we are celebrating the fish at an upcoming sustainable seafood dinner at the Squeaky Bean with Chef’s Collaborative. On July 28th, highly acclaimed local and national chefs will prepare some of the best seafood you’ve NEVER tried at this Trash Fish Dinner. Since early 2013 Chefs Collaborative has been holding Trash Fish Dinners around the country to bring attention to undervalued and underutilized species of fish. Chef’s Collaborative has been encouraging chefs and diners to focus on fish that have historically been left off menus to help to take pressure off of overfished species, and help support our fishing communities. A few menu features will be fresh sardines, Boston mackerel and dogfish all from a Red’s Best, a small fleet of vessels off the East Coast.  The group is run by Eric Morris, a former Colorado resident who sends his weekly catches from the five fishing vessels straight to Seattle Fish Co! Tickets have already been flying out the door! Click here to learn more and snag your tickets.