I metÂ BeckyÂ on one of the foraging adventures she taught and I’ve been hooked on nettles ever since. Later, I had the privilege of buffing up on my kitchen skills some more in her Thai Street Food class and Rabbit cooking class at theÂ Pantry. I finally bought her cookbook,Â Good Fish, at the last class. I don’t know why I never bought it before. I’m looking forward to my good fish cooking adventures, which I’m sure will keep me inspired and satisfied this winter.
Becky’s super down-to-earth and fun. She is a private chef and cooking teacher, but is also a lovely writer â€“ her column in Edible Seattle reveals a bit of her fun sense of humor. She wrote a great article last week for October Unprocessed onÂ choosing sustainable seafood, which I thought was totallyÂ approachable and informative. She also has a ton of neat videos on how to do all things seafood. Since it’s video Monday, I thought I’d share them with you. You can check out all of themÂ here, but I’ve embedded one in today’s post to pique your interest. I learned this technique on the foraging/cooking adventure I mentioned before. So cool!
If you haven’t met already, consider this a formal introduction. Friends, meet Becky. Becky, meet my friends. I hope you get to know each other!