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SKOOKUM's long-table dinner series kicks off with a celebration of the sea in Stanley Park

September 8, 2018

As Black Pistol Fire played on the nearby Forest stage, dozens of festival-goers dined underneath strings of lights and hanging driftwood sculptures at the inaugural SKOOKUM's long-table dinner last night (September 7).

 

Getting to the covered dining area gave diners the chance to take in everything happening throughout the Stanley Park grounds: people slam-dunking on a basketball court, folks of all ages with face paint and floral crowns, stilt walkers and cobalt-blue dragons cruising by, silk performers... 

 

Ocean Wise ambassador Ned Bell and Edible Canada executive chef Tobias Grignon joined forces for a family-style meal with chewy, crispy octopus chips, salmon with sun-warmed blackberries, smoked albacore-tuna tacos, fresh oysters, and more. 

 

Ocean Wise's involvement in the festival is significant: SKOOKUM has partnered with Ocean Wise Life. That means initiatives such as responsibly sourced products and aggressive recycling and waste-diversion practices, all in an effort to protect our seas. 

 

SKOOKUM continues all weekend. Check out a few photos from the kickoff evening. 

 

 Hanging out at Skookum. 

 

                  The long table. 

 

 Beets, beens, Laird lentils, and fromage frais.

 

 

 

 Dessert! Wild-berry shortcake with lemony sauce and meringue-like vanilla foam. 

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