From the organizers:
A Blue Moon Fish Extravaganza
Thursday, October 5, 2017, at 7:00 p.m. Service will be dinner party style with communal seating.
Price is $145.00, which includes a five course meal, beer, wine, and service. A portion of the proceeds will be sent to Florida to assist fisherman whose livelihoods were affected by Hurricane Irma.
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Strewn about for milling, drinking and finding seats
Boiled peanuts; Pickles, olives, cheese, salami
Larry’s clams casino; Peconic Bay silver snapper tartare; Fried zucchini, honey, chili
Pickled bluefish with carrot, lemon, sour cream, dill, rye cracker; Preserved dogfish, Castelfranco, tonnato, roasted tomatoes, basil; Crostino of squid, whelk, trotter fra diavolo
Poached blackfish with Race Rock oyster velouté and fines herbs; Battered and fried black sea bass, gribiche; Puckery fall vegetable stew; Famous Long Island potatoes
Something Sweet at the End
Mixed berries marinated in Ramazotti; Sesame meringue, sour cream
About the Fisherman’s Wife: Stephanie Villani, aka The Fisherman’s Wife, has sold us fish at the Union Square market for some time now and is always there to tolerate questions about what’s swimming where and when. She just wrote a book with Kevin Bay full of stories about fishing and of unusual ways to cook uncommon Long Island fish (my favorite!) We got to talking and decided it’d be great fun to do a dinner in celebration of the book, of Long Island Sound’s less-appreciated fish and of course, of eating and cooking the bounty of our backyard in Long island. We can’t wait for this meal.