- Why sustainable seafood?
- For industry
- For consumers
What’s worth getting ballsy about? We would say making a bigger and more sustainable impact on the environment and the future of seafood is. Choose Right Today, in partnership with Foodie, Gitone and Fish Monk brings to you a seafood workshop on 8 March 2018 and it’s all about Hong Kong’s most-loved street food – fish balls!
The purpose of this event is simple. We want you as consumers to realise that you can make a big impact with little changes in your everyday life.
Look forward to…
1) Fish ball food war
What are the differences between commercial fish balls found in supermarkets and fish balls made from sustainable seafood sources? You tell us! Taste, rate and be the judge at our Food War: Fish Ball Edition. Join us in choosing the best balls in ’da house, before getting all the dirt on various fish ball types, the ingredients and what food labels on commercial packaging really mean.
2) Chef demonstration
We get it, balls can be… personal. Learn how to make your own fish balls in the comfort of your own home. Chef David Chan from Gitone restaurant will shed some light on how to use sustainably sourced fish to make a homemade, healthier and environmentally friendly alternative to the commercial fish balls we buy.
Chef David Chan of Gitone
What to expect: interactive and educational workshop with tasting opportunities and chef demo
How much: $120 for Foodie Club members/$200 for non-members (includes tasting items, reception and a glass of wine)
Not a member of Foodie Club yet? Sign up to get the Foodie member discount!
PLUS – All participants will automatically be put in a lucky draw and stand a chance to win a pair of tickets to Taste of Hong Kong 2018!
This event may be covered by professional photographers and/or videographers. By attending, the participants of this event consent to being photographed and/or filmed and acknowledge that the materials will become the property of Foodie and may be used on all of Foodie’s and Choose Right Today’s print and digital platforms.
Photo courtesy: Foodie
Guide to Sustainable Seafood Labels
Guide to Online Shops
Guide to Restaurants
Guide to Wet Markets