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Sustainable Seabass Fishery Visit

On Saturday, 26th June 2010 we are taking my mother in law and father in law to Withernsea for a Slow Food North Yorkshire Seabass Fishery Visit.

Our host for the day will be Food Journalist/Historian/Chef/Beekeeper/local lad Gerard Baker. The day consists of going down to the beach to BBQ some fresh fish, have a picnic, swim (I grew up on the East Coast, do they not know how cold the North Sea is !!), set the shrimping nets and hear from Shaun all about the sustainable fishery.

In the afternoon we will then go to meet Gerard’s bees (10 min drive) where there will be the opportunity to ask questions and buy honey.

If you live in the area and are interested in eating locally sourced food then let us know and I’ll put you in touch with the Slow Food North Yorkshire Group. Look forward to seeing you there and if you can’t make it or live too far away for the Seabass visit I will tell you all about it on my return!


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  1. topveg says:

    How did the slow food visit go? Did you get to cook your fish on the beach?