Long Beach Seafood for the Future
The Aquarium of the Pacific’s Seafood for the Future program takes the guesswork out of selecting sustainable seafood by helping restaurant patrons easily identify dishes made from sustainable seafood.
Aquarium of the Pacific invites the public to savor sustainable seafood chowders prepared by local chefs while learning about local and responsible seafood choices at Chowderfest!
On March 9, chefs compete to create the best dish at the the annual Best of the West Chowderfest.
Entries for the 2012 Top Fish Cooking Challenge are due by September 16.
Do you have a seafood recipe that your family and dinner guests rave about? Or enjoy being a creative genious in the kitchen? Challenge your skills and submit a recipe to the Top Fish competition in Long Beach.
SlapFish has pledged proceeds from the Pounder Melt sandwich to the Seafood for the Future program at the Aquarium of the Pacific.
The Aquarium of the Pacific’s Seafood for the Future (SFF) program has partnered with Huntington Beach, California restaurant SlapFish, which opened to the public April 20.
This summer learn how to turn fresh local ingredients into rich, flavorful dishes with interactive cooking classes from Chef Paul Buchanan and his Long Beach catering company Primal Alchemy at their new kitchen by the sea!
The best chefs, restaurants, seafood companies, and sustainable organizations in So-Cal gather at the Aquarium of the Pacific to redefine an American Classic
The first annual Best of the West Chowderfest is a celebration of sustainable seafood chowder and the most adventurous cooking challenge the West Coast has ever seen.
Local, sustainable and under the stars! The Long Beach Farm Dinner on October 23 is a rare chance to dine al fresco in an urban garden, and a smart way for garden organizers to raise money for The Growing Experience in Carmelitos.
Fish is an integral component of a healthy diet, but it can come with a hefty price tag. An increasing number of mouths to feed coupled with the health benefits of fish has wreaked havoc on the world’s fisheries and the health of our oceans.
One of the most innovative, interesting, and delectable art forms is that of food. This summer, Long Beach Parks, Recreation and Marine is offering unique and luxurious experiences for expanding your techniques in the kitchen.
Pre-School Classes With City of Long Beach Parks, Recreation and Marine!
We believe that it is never too soon to experience the fun and excitement of learning. The City of Long Beach Parks, Recreation & Marine is offering classes this summer for children as young as 6 months old to those about to start school.
Parkers’ Lighthouse proudly presents its next Wine Dinner on Thursday, June 3 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. They have brought the Aquarium of the Pacific on board as Executive Chef Jason Stein showcases the simple art of choosing and cooking sustainable seafood.