Atlantic Canada Teams With Boston University to Host New England Chefs at Lobster & Mussel Recipe Demo During 2010 International Boston Seafood Show
BOSTON, March 10 /PRNewswire/ — Atlantic Canada and Boston University’s Culinary Arts School will co-host Feast Your Senses, a demonstration of non-traditional lobster and mussel recipes for top New England chefs as part of the Atlantic provinces participation in the 2010 International Boston Seafood Show, March 14-16.
Media are invited to cover: Feast Your Senses at 4 – 6 pm, Monday, March 15, Boston University Culinary Arts Program, Peter Fuller Building, Room 117, 808 Commonwealth Ave.
For press credentials contact: Dick Pirozzolo 781-235-9911 or (M) 617-959-4613.
The Kilted Chef Alain Bosse will show culinary professionals how to prepare original dishes at Feast Your Senses such as: Mussels with Blueberry Maple Vinaigrette, Atlantic Canada Sassy Curried Mussels, Atlantic Canada Lobster and Mussel Bruschetta and Atlantic Canada Lobster Cakes Topped with Dill and Caper Remoulade. Recipes and photos may be downloaded at: https://rcpt.yousendit.com/833695406/ae7498123ebf70b0aced531ba335c504
Chef Bosse is food editor of Saltscapes magazine and President of Taste of Nova Scotia since 2003. Neil Leblanc, the Canadian Consul General of Boston will welcome guests. Also taking part will be Linda Duncan, Executive Director, Mussels Industry Council and Geoff Irvin, Executive Director, Lobster Council of Canada. Some 60 chefs are expected to attend the program.
Atlantic Canada’s abundant fresh ingredients including sustainable seafood — coupled with French, Scottish and Native American influences, have made the region a nexus of the culinary arts in North America. Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, and Prince Edward Island comprise Atlantic Canada, which is a debarkation point for many US exporters shipping to markets in Europe.
The Boston University program is a highlight of Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA) trade mission that includes 22 businesses and organizations representing fisheries, seafood and aquaculture companies and organizations from across Atlantic Canada. While in Boston, the Atlantic Canadian delegates — representing the four provinces — will exhibit together in the Atlantic Canadian pavilion, gaining international exposure for their high-quality seafood products and services.
For details visit: http://www.atlanticcanadaexports.ca/.
SOURCE Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency