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Sins with Art teaches this Sunday how to cook the melva (24/05/2017)

During the month of May Fish with Art has focused on a new expedition captured with artisanal fishing gear, in this case the melva (Auxis spp), a small tuna that arrives to our Mediterranean Sea in the warm months to reproduce, realizing great Migrations from the Atlantic Ocean, which are captured by gill nets, longlines, morunas and traps.

Among the activities that are carried out to spread this species, on Sunday, May 28, from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., a workshop will be held for adults to teach cooking a melara tartar based on wakami With the help of the chef Dani Cordero, in the restaurant La Catedral (Plaza Condesa de Peralta, 7 Cartagena), with melva contributed by the Fishermen's Guild of Cartagena, in addition to learning the benefits of artisanal fishing and marine reserves of fishing interest .

The kitchen workshop is aimed at adults from 16 years and has a capacity limited to 25 participants, requiring prior registration by writing an email before Friday, May 26 at carmen.molina@columbares.org (indicating name and surname of the participant And contact telephone number).

This activity will be complementary to the one held last Friday, May 19, in which the primary students of CEIP Mediterráneo discovered this and other species of season through the theater that Fish with Art made in the school itself.

In the staging, a fishmonger and three of its clients interacted with each other and with the boys and girls to convey, in a fun way, recommendations for a more responsible consumption of fish.

Fish with Art is a commitment of the Department of Tourism, Agriculture, Rural Development and Fisheries of the City of Cartagena to value the artisanal fishing of the coast of Cartagena.

A selective form of fishing, respectful to the environment and with little impact on habitats of high ecological value such as the Posidonia oceanica prairies, which also promotes local consumption and proximity.

But artisanal fishing is also culture and gastronomy, a traditional way of life with important social importance for the economy of Cartagena.

For the development of this initiative, the City Council has the Columbares Association, in collaboration with the Cartagena Fishermen's Guild, the University of Murcia and the Association Amureco, in addition to the gastronomic advice of Alberto Hernando Magadan.

You can download the file corresponding to the melva and the recipe from the website of the Columbares Association.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena

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