Sensation of the Sea: Harpoon Caught Swordfish Culinary Demonstrations
Saturday, July 13th
12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Seafood Department, Free
Join Chef Keith as he delves into the fresh catch of the season, Harpoon Caught Swordfish! Sure to tantalize your taste buds, Chef Keith's style of using minimal ingredients to allow the true flavor of the item to come out will be evident in these cooking demonstrations. Learn to make a masterpiece of a meal with as little as five ingredients.
Saturday, July 6 • 12pm - 4pm – Grilled Swordfish Tacos
Saturday, July 13 • 12pm - 4pm – Sicilian Style Swordfish with Pasta & Capers
Tuesday, July 20 • 12pm - 4pm – Swordfish with Summer Vegetables
In the summer months we find North Atlantic swordfish in the deep waters off the coast of Nova Scotia. Skillful harpooners sight large, mature swordfish as they bask near the surface during the day, and target individual fish — one-by-one — with a harpoon attached to a line. Because fishermen actually see the swordfish they’re after, there is virtually no chance of catching small immature swordfish or other marine life accidentally (known as “non-targeted catch” or “by catch”). And the slow, one-by-one approach helps prevent fishermen from catching too many fish and exceeding their legal quotas. It’s an age-old fishing technique with very low impact on ocean habitat. No reservations required. This is an on the floor cooking demonstration.