Adventures in Eating Local Seafood - Acadian Redfish and Squid Ink

At the door to the Black Trumpet Bistro in Portsmouth, N.H., we were welcomed by a smiling hostess who directed us to sit at one of the large tables set up for the evening. We were there to eat five delicious courses of fresh seafood and talk about Community Supported Fisheries (CSF) as part of the first ever National CSF Summit. What made this dinner really special was that all of the seafood on our plates came from people sitting around the table.


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