Thanks to Brandon Smith of A Table For One Productions (atablefor1productions.com/) for shooting, directing, and editing this video. Additional photography and sound was provided by Anders Birch.
Speak Easy Series Presents
Local Collaboration: Brooklyn's Secret Ingredient for a Successful Food Business
a panel conversation moderated by Cara Cannella
Tuesday, April 5, 8 to 9:30pm
Veronica Peoples Club, veronica-peoplesclub.com
105 Franklin St (between Greenpoint Ave & Milton St), Greenpoint, Brooklyn
In celebration of Brooklyn’s innovative culinary collaborations, Cara Cannella interviews a group of entrepreneurs about their serendipitous and successful partnerships.
Part 1 (see vimeo.com/speakeasyseries/brooklynfoodovenlypauliegeeshome for Part 2!)
Sea To Table: Sean Dimin, sea2table.com
Iliamna Fish Co.: Christopher Nicolson, redsalmon.com
Christopher, an Alaskan fisherman living in Brooklyn, and Sean, a fishmonger from Brooklyn, work together to bring beautiful wild fish directly from where they are caught to chefs around the country.
A portion of proceeds benefits Slow Food Japan
$8 includes tastings from Paulie Gee’s & Ovenly
Inquiries: email@example.com; 646.623.8793
Sea To Table: Based in Brooklyn, NY, Sean Dimin is co-founder of Sea to Table. Enabling small-scale sustainable wild fisheries to ship directly from the point of landing to the point of consumption allows chefs across America to enjoy impossibly fresh seafood. Since graduating from Brown University in 2006, Sean has worked to expand this model to fisheries throughout Alaska, the Gulf of Mexico, and from the Carolinas up to New England. By directly connecting fishermen with the market, Sea to Table not only creates value for the chef, but value to fishermen, fisheries, and fishing cultures.
Iliamna Fish Co.: Christopher Nicolson is a fifth-generation wild Alaskan sockeye salmon fisherman. He fishes with his family in Bristol Bay, Alaska during the summers and lives with his wife and two children in Greenpoint, Brooklyn during the rest of the year. Christopher and his family host a wild sockeye "CSA" in Greenpoint. He also provides Dan Barber at Blue Hill and David Shea of Applewood with wild Alaskan sockeye. During the winters in New York, Christopher makes wine at the Red Hook Winery in Brooklyn (the wines of which are focused upon the viticulture of the North Fork of Long Island).
Speak Easy Series: Cara Cannella is founder of SPEAK EASY: Conversations with Artists & Entrepreneurs. Cara is an endlessly curious interviewer who brings her journalistic talents to the stage for this unique moderated live series. She has written for The Boston Globe, Inc., AOL Small Business, The L Magazine, and Edible Communities and has worked with Vanity Fair, The Atlantic Monthly, BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music) and LIVE from the NYPL (New York Public Library).
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