An upcoming event, "A SALUTE TO LAKE SUPERIOR'S SUSTAINABLE FISHERIES," hosted by the University of Minnesota Sea Grant Program, spotlights the state's seasonal abundance of lake herring from Lake Superior and celebrates the people involved in managing, harvesting, studying, and preparing this sustainably harvested fish.
The second annual event will take place on Tues., Nov. 13 from 5-7:30 p.m. at the McNamara Alumni Center in Minneapolis. A cook-off and tasting event, the “Salute” celebrates the people involved in the success of Lake Superior’s fisheries. Some local Duluth chefs are making the journey to the Twin Cities to compete. Local chefs include Avery Cassar from At Sara’s Table Chester Creek Café and Scott Graden from the New Scenic Café. Admission for this event is $20. For Northland guests, Minnesota Sea Grant is providing a bus for transport at $10 per seat.
For more information about the “Salute,” visit the Minnesota Sea Grant events page here.