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Go Fishing with Edible Los Angeles and a Crew of Chefs

Our friends and colleagues at Edible Los Angeles are taking to the sea again, inviting Slow Food Los Angeles members and friends to come along for fish tales and tips:

When: Sunday, May 31, 2009 from 12:30pm until 6:00pm
Where: On board the Monte Carlo at the 22nd Street Landing, San Pedro, California
Cost: $100.00 per person. Tickets available via Brown Paper Tickets, but only 30 tickets are available on a first-come basis. All ticket sales are non-refundable.

In April, Chef Michael Cimarusti of Providence restaurant fished with Edible Los Angeles for a Sea to Plate story for their summer issue. The trip was such a success that another voyage has been planned.

For the 31 May voyage, Edible Los Angeles has invited Donato Poto (Providence), Neal Fraser (Grace), Josiah Citrin (Mélisse), Walter Manzke (Church and State), Alain Giraud (Anisette), David LeFevre (Water Grill), Curtis Stone (Take Home Chef), Brendan Collins (The Hall), Michael Voltaggio (The Bazaar) and several others. The final chef list is being confirmed, but participating chefs have agreed to bring potluck snacks to share plus recipe ideas for the fish they catch.

Participants should bring a rod and a fishing license (both available at the dock), sunscreen, and a smile!

No coolers or alcohol may be brought aboard. As well as the edibleLA treats, drinks (including beer) and food will be sold on the boat.

For more about Edible Los Angeles, visit their growing site at ediblela.com and for their video of the April expedition, visit their site or watch below:

Edible LA Sea to Plate from Todd & Diane on Vimeo.

 

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