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If you’ve been following our twitters, you’ll know that we photographed a feature Sea to Plate story for Edible Los Angeles, as well as produced a little video of the infamous trip.
Armored with our camera gear, video equipment and plenty of these little wonderful pills called Dramamine, we roared out of the San Pedro harbor on a fishing boat for an amazing fishing story. It wasn’t just any fishing trip story, it was a Sea to Plate story about Chef Michael Cimarusti of the highly acclaimed, two Michelin star restaurant, Providence in Los Angeles. Also accompanying Chef Cimarusti on this fishing trip were some of his kitchen crew, Edible Los Angeles editor Lucy Lean, writer Amy Scattergood, Providence owner Donato Poto, Chef Neal Fraser of Grace restaurant, Karen from Fresh Point and Craig of LAMill Coffee Boutique. After the trip, we followed the fate of the freshly caught fish to the plate at back at Providence.
It was an fabulous cast of fisherman on a gorgeous Southern California day in the Pacific Ocean. You can view the video here, at the Edible Los Angeles website.
We can’t share too much because we’ll all have to wait for the much anticipated story written by the esteemed Amy Scattergood. But what we can share with you from the video and here on this post is that it’s sure to be a fabulous read!
Back at Providence, Chef Cimarusti prepared the fabulous final dish of Pacific Rock Cod with Morels, Miner’s Lettuce and Wood Sorrel Blossoms. And yes, the delicious recipe will be provided by Chef Cimarusti in the Summer 2009 issue of Edible Los Angeles.
- Edible Los Angeles Website and Sea to Plate Video with Chef Michael Cimarusti
- Editor, Lucy Leans, blog write up about the trip & fun picture!
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- Journalist/ Poet Amy Scattergood’s blog – writer of this Sea to Plate story & Amy’s Twitter @AmyScattergood
- Follow Editor, Lucy Lean on Twitter @EdibleLA
- Providence Restaurant, Los Angeles
Behind the Scenes Fishing Trip Photo Gallery