Welcome to “Cook A Fish, Give A Fish”. In this online cooking class, you will learn to cook delicious local seafood dishes alongside some of the finest chefs from Long Island to Rhode Island and beyond! In this unique class, fisheries experts from Eating With The Ecosystem and Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Marine Program will teach you everything you want to know about the fish, the fishermen and the many benefits of choosing local seafood while expert chefs teach you how to turn fresh fish straight from the sea into fabulous meals you can share with your friends and family!
The best part is that 100% of the ticket price goes towards providing local seafood for families in need (25 meals per ticket)!
The October 25th online sushi cooking class will be led by Chef Oscar Lange. Oscar Lange currently works as a sushi chef at Sushi Sang Lee in Gloucester, MA. Chef Oscar has worked at James Beard Award nominated restaurant BIG KING and its sister restaurant, NORTH. Chef Oscar’s focus is on making edomae (old Tokyo style) sushi using a combination of Japanese ingredients and local seafood with an appreciation for underutilized species. His knowledge of fish butchery allows him to utilize each fish to its fullest potential.
As you plan to cook alongside Chef Oscar, you can choose whichever species of fish you prefer from a variety of local seafood options from the region. Fisheries experts from Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Marine Program and Eating With The Ecosystem can help guide your choice and help you source the finest local fish.