Oceans cover more than 70% of the earths surface and contain more than 97% of the worlds water. Home to nearly one-million species, our oceans - though vast and deep - are delicate ecosystems that are threatened by climate change, pollution, over fishing, rising pH, decreasing reefs, and more.
From Cape May to Cabo Pulmo: Ocean Sustainability is a dive into why we need to care now about protecting and restoring one of Mother Nature's greatest creations.
Join us for a delicious meal to raise funds for sustainable east coast and west coast projects. The Farm Cooking School is partnering with the Baja Coastal Institute [www.bcibaja.org] in Cabo Pulmo, the site of an extensive and important coral reef, and Sweet Amalia Oysters [www.facebook.com/SweetAmaliaOysterFarm/] from coastal New Jersey to bring awareness to proper and sustainable use of these protected areas.
In March 2020, The Farm Cooking School will bring a group of students to learn about the culture and culinary secrets of Cabo Pulmo in beautiful southern Baja California.
Shishitos with Spiced Salt
Raw Sweet Amalia Oysters with Fresh Corn Jus, Lime, Micro Cilantro and Zucchini
Fideos Secos with Roasted Corn Cherry Tomato Sauce and Corn
Eggplant with Oyster Garum, Pork Chorizo, and Smoked Chiles
Line Caught Local Fish with Chipotle Mezcal Sauce