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Chef Steve Phelps and Editor Tracy Freeman Lead Fourth Annual Sustainable Seafood Dinner

Steve Phelps, owner and executive chef at Indigenous, is joining Edible Sarasota to lead the fourth annual Sustainable Seafood Dinner, formerly known as Trash Fish, on Sunday, August 6, 2017 at Louies Modern. This event presents the opportunity to taste invasive species, learn about the landscape of sustainable seafood, and connect with leaders in the culinary community.

 

General admission tickets are $150 or $125 for Chefs Collaborative members. Tickets include a cocktail and hors d’oeuvres reception, followed by a six-course dinner prepared by 11 award-winning chefs, as well as a gift package. Tickets are available for purchase at bit.ly/trashfish2017.

 

This annual event aims to bring together the community and change the way seafood is consumed. Food professionals have the power to shift demand and influence consumers to make more responsible culinary decisions. Join Chef Steve Phelps, Edible Sarasota, and Chefs Collaborative to help build a stronger, more sustainable future.

 

Check out the Facebook event for more information.