A treat for the ears – Seafood Scotland launches its first podcast ‘Stories from the Sea’

Seafood Scotland

Seafood Scotland

Premium Supplier 22nd February 2022
Seafood Scotland

Seafood Scotland

Premium Supplier

A treat for the ears – Seafood Scotland launches its first podcast ‘Stories from the Sea’

Seafood Scotland has launched its first podcast series – Stories from the Sea. Each month, journalists Pennie Latin and Dan Holland journey around the country to meet the people who make the seafood industry tick, learn more about the communities built around the sector and showcase the range of seafood Scotland has to offer. In the first episode, Pennie Latin is joined by Fraserburgh Harbour Commissioner, George West, who shares his story as a fisherman, how the seafood community supports each other and why the industry is so important to Scotland’s economy. Also featured is Loch Bay Restaurant’s Chef, Michael Smith, who makes his haddock dish recipe with Dan Holland, and food writer Ghillie Basan reveals what’s on offer in Scotland’s larder. Episode one is the first of nine, with a new podcast released at the end of each month. Covering topics from the importance of aquaculture to what makes chefs choose Scottish produce and everything in between, the podcast will dive into key areas of the industry and speak to those at its heart. The series will also feature a range of the country’s chefs and producers who will unveil their secrets to selecting and cooking the best Scottish seafood. 


You can listen to the first 6 episodes of the podcast here, or wherever you get your podcasts:  spoti.fi/3sc98Gh  

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