Seafood Watch's effect on SF chefs, seal pup video, literary Moss Landing, more
Posted on: Wednesday, April 22, 2009 10:35 AM by Nicole Gustas
Edible San Francisco posts about the effect the Monterey Bay Aquarium's Seafood Watch program is having on San Francisco's chefs. Sarah Schafer, Dennis Lee, Michael Black and Greg Dunmore explain how Seafood Watch has transformed their menus. Foodies, head to Nepenthe in Big Sur on Friday for the famous restaurant's 60th anniversary. There will be birthday cake, bellydancing and readings from a book on the history of the restaurant. The Pebble Beach Food and Wine recaps keep on coming. Food Woolf pairs chef photos with images of the dishes they cooked. Holly Hadsell - El Hajji has photos and descriptions of the Lexus Grand Tasting that will make your mouth water. Congratulations to Julie Packard, executive director of the Monterey Bay Aquarium, who has been named a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Other Fellows are Bono, Nelson Mandela, Dustin Hoffman and James Earl Jones. Moss Landing: great for kayaking, wildlife spotting, surfing and...literature? It's true! First, after a two-year search for a new home, the Shakespeare Society of America is establishing its New Shakespeare Sanctuary in Moss Landing, directly across from The Whole Enchilada. Their grand opening party is Thursday from 4-8; attend in Renaissance garb if you have it! Meanwhile, Jennifer Chase, author of Compulsion, describes her recent book signing and the things she loves about Moss Landing. And lastly, we'll leave you with a cute animal moment - KSBW's adorable video of this season's seal pups in Pacific Grove.