Sunday, April 27, 2008
Sustainable Dining - Seafood
I went to a really great restaurant last night in Georgetown called Hook DC. We went for a friend's birthday party. It was not only a good time with friends, but the food was incredibly delicious and they teach you a little about sustainable fishing practices as they describe their menu.
For dinner I had the Bluefish over some risotto with tomato sauce, and pesto on the side. I thought the pesto would be too overbearing, but it really complemented the taste of the fish!
The Bluefish are found in the Mid and South Atlantic waters. 40% are caught using gillnets. There isn't an abundance of these fish, but they are not being over-fished, like the Salmon, so the population is pretty stable.
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