Meal Ticket's got its seafood-loving fins on a pair of tickets to next Wednesday's sustainable seafood dinner at Fork
(306 Market St.), for which chef Terence Feury
is teaming up with the very seafood-savvy Jennifer Carroll
of 10 Arts
. The $75-a-head dinner, benefiting the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch
and the Wetlands Institute of Stone Harbor
, will feature the chefs, both alums of Eric Ripert's Le Bernardin
, preparing a four-course (plus dessert) tasting.
The evening will also feature food writer Paul Greenberg
, who's just released Four Fish: The Future of the Last Wild Food
, a book examining the history of humanity's four most-consumed ocean dwellers (salmon, sea bass, cod and tuna) as well as the global impact of industrial fishing and seafood farming practices.
If you want the two tix, simply email the correct answers to the these seafood-y questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
, subject line: "Fork Dinner." DO NOT LEAVE ANSWERS AS A COMMENT
. Good luck!
UPDATE [2:15 p.m.]
: Congrats to Meal Ticket reader Andy
for answering our questions correctly. Answers after the jump.
1. What is the real name of the Chilean sea bass?
2. Complete the names of these oysters: Cape May _____, Naked _____, Mermaid ____, Emerald _____.
3. Translate the following Japanese seafood names into English (be specific): maguro, anago, tako, hotate.
1. Chilean sea bass is its popular name, but the fish's far less sexy official moniker is the Patagonian toothfish
2. Cape May Salt
, Naked Cowboy
, Mermaid Strait
, Emerald Cove
3. Maguro = tuna
. Anago = salt-water eel
. Tako = octopus
. Hotate = scallop