Barton Seaver to appear on NPR’s Fresh Air on Monday, 18 December
Celebrity chef and seafood advocate Barton Seaver will appear on National Public Radio’s “Fresh Air” program on Monday, 18 December.
Barton will discuss seafood sustainability and his new book, “American Seafood – Heritage, Culture and Cookery from Sea to Shining Sea.”
Seaver’s new work offers an extended into the country’s fisheries, looking at their history, culture, culinary uses, and impact on the country. It includes an alphabetized index of species with common, regional, and accepted names, and a number of recipes.
This year marks Fresh Air’s 30th anniversary as a daily NPR program. NPR began broadcasting the show nationally in 1985, and the show currently reaches about six million people weekly across 646 NPR stations throughout the country. The show features in-depth and wide-ranging interviews with notable figures.
More information on the show and Barton’s appearance can be found at Fresh Air’s website.