Once again, Sea Delight has collaborated as seafood sponsor for the Feast of the Sea’s Maestro del Mar Chef’s Challenge #3 on July 23rd at Salt 7 in Delray Beach, FL.
Sea Delight donated its responsibly sourced mahi, swordfish, tuna, grouper and snapper for an unforgettable evening of seafood cooking demonstrations and the third part of their Maestro del Mar Chef’s Challenge.
Adding to the festivities, Sea Delight Ocean Fund, the charity arm of Sea Delight, was present providing attendees with fundamental information on what is responsibly sourced seafood and how they can help support marine conservation programs.
Chef Challenge participants included Executive Chef Chuck Mccann, Salt 7; Executive Chef Bruce Feingold, Dada; Executive Chef Philip Petullo, Vic & Angelos, and Executive. Chef Adam Gottlieb, Atlantic Grille. Each chef created his own delicious mahi-mahi dish, but only one chef would win the title of Maestro del Mar for this 3rd challenge.
Chef Adam Gottlieb from Atlantic Grille was the winner!
Attendees also enjoyed wine pairings by sponsors PRP Wine and delicious cocktails using Tito’s Handmade Vodka and Onli Sparkling Flavored Water.
“This event is a great opportunity to help promote responsibly sourced seafood and how it relates to marine conservation. Increasingly, people want to know how their seafood is sourced, and through Feast of the Sea, the Sea Delight Ocean Fund has a venue to educate and provide this valuable information” says Adriana Sanchez-Lindsay, Sustainability Coordinator for Sea Delight and President of the Sea Delight Ocean Fund (SDOF).
Frine Longueira, Program Manager SDOF
All proceeds from this event and future Chef’s challenges will benefit Future 6, a 501(C)3 non-profit organization that provides action sports opportunities to under-privileged children.
Join us for the Maestro del Mar Challenge #4 at Williams-Sonoma in Palm Beach Gardens, FL on August 17th, 2014.