Sourcing seafood in today’s market, farm raised vs. wild seafood, and seafood sustainability will be among the topics discussed by speakers at Slow Food Buffalo Niagara’s free October program focusing on “Demystifying and Sourcing Seafood.”
The “Last Monday of the Month” program on Monday, October 28, will start promptly at 7 p.m. at Farmers & Artisans, 4557 Main St., Snyder, at the corner of Bernhardt Drive.
Our speakers will be Julie Blackman and Dennis Henesey.
Henesey has owned and operated Henesey Seafood Company for the past 26 years.
Blackman, whose family has owned and operated Blackman Homestead Farm in Lockport since the 1850s, is the owner of Farmers & Artisans, where she sources sustainable seafood for the store’s customers on a weekly basis.
This is guaranteed to be an informative evening. The program will run approximately an hour with a brief conversation period afterward.
Slow Food Buffalo Niagara is a chapter of Slow Food USA and shares its belief that everyone has the right to good, clean and fair food. Slow Food USA advocates for food and farming policies that are good for the public, good for our planet and good for farmers and workers.