Gulf of Maine at Hourglass Brasserie, October 29, 2013


  • Seared Scallop  with Miso Broth, Citrus Zest, Romanesco, Mustard Greens
  • Steamers with Sake, Ginger, Soy Sauce, Prawn Crackers, Herbs and Blossoms;
  • Pan Roasted Pollack with Parmesan, Madras Curry, Sea Beans, Fingerling Potatoes, Crispy Kale, Sauce Bordelaise 
  • Butter Poached Lobster with Celery, Bok Choy, Beech Mushrooms, Shrimp Ravioli, Lobster Broth
  • Chocolate Mousse with Cocoa Meringue, Nutella Crumbles, Marshmallows, Candied Hazelnut, Autumn Berries, Kiwi & Mint 

Guest Speakers:


We were joined by guest speakers Aaron Dority and Carla Guenther from the Penobscot East Resource Center in Stonington, Maine. The mission of Penobscot East Resource Center is to secure a diversified fishing future for communities in eastern Maine. To advance this mission, Penobscot East creates programs that tap the deep knowledge of fishermen, provide innovative leadership, and advocate for community-scale fisheries. 

Aaron and Carla detailed their work with fishermen and policy makers, and talked of how their network is responding to new challenges and opportunities in a changing Gulf of Maine ecosystem.

View Aaron and Carla's presentation in this video: