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Fishy Stuff

  • Monday, June 14, 2021
  • 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • Online with Zoom
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What kinds of fresh fish are sold in Philadelphia?

Which are the easiest ones to cook?

Robert Amar, the head of Small World Seafood, can answer these questions and any other fishy questions that you might have.

Before the pandemic, Small World Seafood sold fish to restaurants. But during the pandemic, they've turned to providing fish to consumers. Robert's weekly emails to them are always knowledgeable and fun to read.

Here's what he has to say about fluke:

Also on the menu is fluke flounder fillet from New Jersey. Fluke is a closer relative to halibut than it is to the more common flounder we knew from our childhood which was part of the sole family. So easy to cook. Either in a pan with some of our tasty dredge, broiled in the oven with some delish Bibou parsley garlic butter ...Hmmm..so many options. You know, this fish is so underrated. It's one of those things that you think, meh, but when you eat it you say OMG.

So join us to learn even more about the fish that is available to us Philly folks.

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