On Monday, Jan. 24, Legal Sea Foods, partnered with the Culinary Guild of New England, will host an informational four-course dinner focused on dispelling rumors about sustainable fishing. President and CEO of Legal Sea Foods Roger Berkowitz will be on hand to educate the audience about fish commonly believed to be outlawed or “blacklisted.”

Guests will be served dishes made with “forbidden” fish. The mouth-watering menu will include black tiger shrimp fritters with duck cracklings, cod cheeks with toasted pecans, prosciutto-wrapped hake and citrus almond cake with a yuzu semi freddo and candied kumquats. After the meal, Berkowitz will be speaking about the influence of the outdated scientific data that pervade the media, offering his own perspective on sustainable fishing practices and advice on how to order fish in restaurants or from your local fishmonger.


When: Monday, Jan. 24 from 7 to 10 p.m.

Where: Legal Sea Foods Restaurant at Park Square, 26 Park Plaza, Boston

Tickets: $90 for Culinary Guild of New England members; $110 for non-members. Tickets are available for purchase here.

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