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Fish to Fork: Grilling in the Great Lakes

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Fish to Fork: Grilling in the Great Lakes

Join us for FISH KABOBS! (demonstration and discussion)

When: 23 June 2021, 12 – 1 pm CT (1-2 pm ET)

Fire up that grill and get ready for a skewer of shrimp, trout and catfish. Our 1-hour webinar covers seafood safety, grilling tips and demonstrations of fish/seafood prep at home using species grown in Great Lakes aquaculture.

Things you’ll learn:

  • How to fillet a fish
  • How to devein a shrimp
  • Why kabobs might be the answer for family gatherings
  • Three important words when preparing seafood: cleanliness, temperature, time.


Presenters include:

Lauren Jescovitch, Ph.D., Extension Educator
Michigan Sea Grant

Lauren works in the Houghton/Hancock area in the Upper Peninsula. Lauren will talk about food safety prior to purchasing seafood.

Elliot Nelson, Extension Educator
Michigan Sea Grant

Elliot works with coastal communities and businesses in the Eastern Upper Peninsula to apply science-based knowledge to address lakes Superior, Michigan, and Huron challenges. Elliot will talk about seafood safety considerations at home.

Sharon Moen, Eat Wisconsin Fish Outreach Specialist
Wisconsin Sea Grant

Sharon works with commercial fishers, food-fish producers and fish consumers in Wisconsin. Sharon will talk about seafood preparation, grilling and leftovers.

This webinar is brought to you by the Great Lakes Aquaculture Collaborative and hosted by Ohio Sea Grant.