Auckland Seafood School Blog

Thanks Sandy for sending us a photo of your fish cakes recipe.  Sandy purchased a copy of the cookbook last week and is already recreating her version of the recipes at home.  The wonderful thing about this recipe (apart from the obvious delicious fish cakes – where you can use any soft white fish available) […]

Chef Colin Doyle enjoyed a wonderful few weeks away recently visiting Turkey and Italy.  He shares some of his foodie travel stories with us: “The outdoor markets of Catania come alive in the morning with sellers showing their wares.  The array of seafood, displayed on huge marble slabs of ice is completely sold by lunchtime. […]

Chef Colin Doyle enjoyed a wonderful few weeks away recently visiting Turkey and Italy.  He shares some of his foodie travel stories with us: “In the back streets of Istanbul I came across the most amazing Turkish pizza. All the master pizza makers have smooth arms because they test the heat of their wood fired […]

Precision Seafood Harvesting (a Sanford joint venture research project in conjunction with Aotearoa Fisheries, Sanford, Sealord and the Ministry of Primary Industries) was last night named New Zealand’s  Supreme Innovator and won the Sustainability & Clean-tech award at the 2014 New Zealand Innovators Awards.  The win is a testament to the collaboration, innovation and commitment […]

A media release issued on 17 September 2014 confirmed that Hake and ling from New Zealand are now among the top 8% of global sustainable fish species after being recognised by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC).  Each of the three New Zealand hake trawl fisheries, five ling trawl fisheries and five ling long line fisheries have been […]