I am not a fly angler, and I’ve never been terribly interested in it. So I called up fly fishing expert April Vokey of Anchored Outdoors to see if she could change my mind. You’ll want to hear this one…
I talk with Andrew Tsui of the Ike Jime Federation about this revolutionary way to kill fish cleanly, which is more humane and results in far superior fish for the table.
This interview with Australian chef Josh Niland, the wunderkind of fish cookery, will change the way you think about fish cookery.
In this episode we talk about new, innovative ways to support American fishermen by buying directly from them, either through a CSA model or through express mail.
In this episode, I talk with veteran fishmonger Tommy Gomes all about sourcing, selecting, buying and storing fish from the market, and we go into detail about the largely unknown Southern California commercial fishery.
In this episode, I talk with cookbook author Zoe Adjonyoh about her book Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen, and the role of fish and seafood in West African cuisine. This is a cuisine you’ll want to get to know.
In this episode, I talk with acclaimed seafood expert and fellow cookbook author Barton Seaver about farmed vs. wild seafood. Hint: Not all farmed seafood is bad.
This week’s episode is on the unjustly named trash fish, or rough fish. I talk with TV host Scott Leysath and author Tom Dickson about loving the unloved.