O Canada: Dock to Dish Expands North

Skipper Otto Strobel and chef Ned Bell join forces to help launch Canada’s first restaurant-supported fishery.

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The End just was just the beginning. Since its 2012 start in Montauk, Dock to Dish has already expanded south (to Key West), west (to Santa Barbara), and now—as it’s just been announced—they’re heading north to Canada, too.

Skipper Otto Strobel and 11 resident commercial fishermen announced on September 25 the launch of the Vancouver-based restaurant-supported fishery designed to connect  chefs and restaurants to community-based fisheries. 

Dock to Dish Vancouver models CSAs and will be member-driven.

Dock to Dish co-founder Sonia Strobel says,  “The first phases of the program are being made possible through a ambassador partnership with Canada’s foremost culinary talent and homegrown chef, Ned Bell, executive chef at the Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver, and founder of Chefs for Oceans sustainable seafood foundation.”

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Meghan Harlow

Meghan is the editor of Edible East End and Edible Long Island.