CAMBRIDGE, Mass., March 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Alain Bosse, "The Kilted Chef" of Nova Scotia, together with Le Cordon Bleu students, will prepare and serve innovative seafood recipes featuring Canada's Sustainable Lobster & Mussels.
2 PM Tuesday, March 22, 215 1st Street Cambridge, MA 02142-1221
Media Attendance & Coverage are Invited. Pre-Registration Required.
For press credentials, contact Dick Pirozzolo, 781-235-9911 or Mobile 617-959-4613.
A Feast of the Senses is being held to demonstrate the versatility and profitability of Eastern Canada's sustainable lobster and mussels by creating delectable, healthy recipes for the food and travel media, chefs and other culinary leaders.
The event is part of Atlantic Canada's participation in the International Boston Seafood Show, where culinary experts will also be available at the Atlantic Canada Pavilion, International Boston Seafood Show March 20-21 (www.bostonseafood.com)
A delegation of more than 25 businesses and organizations from Atlantic Canada's seafood, aquaculture and fisheries industry will attend North America's largest seafood exhibition.
Recipes are available online at: https://www.yousendit.com/download/eURCeFVUY1NUWUJFQlE9PQ
A Feast of the Senses is being hosted by the Consulate General of Canada in Boston and Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts and is funded by the North American Platform Program (NAPP).