All new Seafood Escape
with Andrew Ettingshausen

EPISODE TWO ON SATURDAY 16TH DECEMBER AT 4.30PM ON NETWORK TEN
ENCORE OF EPISODE 1 ON SUNDAY 10th DECEMBER at 2.30pm ON ONE

There’s more to great seafood than just what you see on your plate. Wild water warrior Andrew “ET” Ettingshausen teams up with some of Australia’s toughest professional fishing crews and most creative chefs to reveal the whole journey from ocean depths to the heights of culinary delight.

Seafood Escapes is a six part series showing the action and adventure of how sustainable seafood is sourced from the seas and bays around Australia. It goes the extra step to show how that seafood becomes a part of our national cuisine. In the manner of Gourmet Farmer and Surfing the Menu, Seafood Escapes gets down and dirty – and wet – working out where our food originally comes from, then follows it all the way to the plate in interesting workaday and trendy restaurant settings. And along the way, it takes viewers to some of the most scenic coastal communities ever seen on television.

Each of the six half-hour episodes is set in a different state of Australia. It sets the scene of the coastal community which is the destination for this week’s seafood escape, then introduces the local fishing skippers and crews – and crucially, a local chef and his or her restaurant – who are the real stars of each show.

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About Seafood Escape

AN ALL NEW SERIES BY ANDREW ETTINGSHAUSEN.

Seafood Escapes is a six part series showing the action and adventure of how sustainable seafood is sourced from the seas and bays around Australia. It goes the extra step to show how that seafood becomes a part of our national cuisine. In the manner of Gourmet Farmer and Surfing the Menu, Seafood Escapes gets down and dirty – and wet – working out where our food originally comes from, then follows it all the way to the plate in interesting workaday and trendy restaurant settings. And along the way, it takes viewers to some of the most scenic coastal communities ever seen on television.
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Airs Saturdays on Ten at 4:30pm

SUPPORTED BY THE FRDC

FISHERIES RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

300dpi_frdc_200The Fisheries Research and Development Corporation (FRDC) is a co-funded partnership between its two stakeholders, the Australian Government and the fishing industry. The FRDC has a significant responsibility in ensuring, on behalf of the Australian Government, that research is undertaken to assist in the management of the fisheries and aquaculture resource for ongoing sustainability.

This means that a significant proportion of funding is directed at research that has a benefit for the three sectors of the fishing industry: commercial (wild catch and aquaculture), recreational and indigenous and also delivers a public good benefit to the Australian community.

Seafood Escape is supported by funding from the FRDC on behalf of the Australian Government.

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FISHFILES

DEVELOPED BY THE FRDC

fishfiles-200FRDC research shows over 90% of all Australians consume seafood at some time during a year, but many are not confident or don't understand how to handle seafood properly.

Fishfiles aims to provide access to the latest information on fish species, find advice on buying, handling, storing, cooking seafood and discover delicious recipes, chef tips, events, fisher profiles and more.
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2 hours ago

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COMPETITION TIME

You and a friend could WIN an exclusive day on the water fishing with me. Simply share your best boating snaps on Instagram, Twitter or on my Facebook page with the hashtag #boatersknow. 

Anything from that perfect catch, your trusty tinny, a favourite spot on the water or the boating gear you can’t be without. Make sure youre wearing your lifejacket if you are in the shot!

For all the competition details visit http://maritimemanagement.transport.nsw.gov.au/lifejackets/

Wear a lifejacket. Dont Risk Your Life. 

NSW Maritime

COMPETITION TIME

You and a friend could WIN an exclusive day on the water fishing with me. Simply share your best boating snaps on Instagram, Twitter or on my Facebook page with the hashtag #boatersknow.

Anything from that perfect catch, your trusty tinny, a favourite spot on the water or the boating gear you can’t be without. Make sure you're wearing your lifejacket if you are in the shot!

For all the competition details visit maritimemanagement.transport.nsw.gov.au/lifejackets/

Wear a lifejacket. Don't Risk Your Life.

NSW Maritime
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Andrew Harris

#boatersknow , Mandurah estuary

#boatersknow 5 days camping, fishing and touring on Blackwood river WA.

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#boatersknow the best start to the day. And she's a mad Shakies fan too 👍

Kirsty Louise we need to win this.

#boatersknow when ya motor is stuffed

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#boatersknow fishing with my son.

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#boatersknow Coral bay after day on charter 👌

#boatersknow Just love it even when the tax man shows up 😁 lol

#boatersknow Engine caught fire, thanks Shellharbour marine rescue for the tow.

I know tides😂#boatersknow

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1 day ago

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Jobfish were a common catch around the Torres Strait Islands. They are a great predator and hit surface lures as well as deep diving lures. Fishing with CY Fishing Charters, Albany Island

Jobfish were a common catch around the Torres Strait Islands. They are a great predator and hit surface lures as well as deep diving lures. Fishing with CY Fishing Charters, Albany Island ... See MoreSee Less

2 days ago

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Spanish Mackerel crunched all Bluewater lures presented to them. Trolled around shallow reefs climbing out of deep water are hot spots.

Spanish Mackerel crunched all Bluewater lures presented to them. Trolled around shallow reefs climbing out of deep water are hot spots. ... See MoreSee Less

2 days ago

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I thought I had caught a Coral Trout when this unusual reef fish came into the boat. Im still not sure what it is ?

I thought I had caught a Coral Trout when this unusual reef fish came into the boat. Im still not sure what it is ? ... See MoreSee Less

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Albino coral trout 😂😂🤣👍

Peacock cod??

Coronation trout?

Barra?

A nice fish

Slender grouper

Slender Grouper ET

Black marlin.

White lined Cod

White lined cod 👍

White line cod Fairly common up north

How about naming it The Spotted Ettingshausen?

Yellow spot or white lined cod mate.

Gordon Osborne

Measles trout.

Commonly called a gt racer amongst commercial trout fisherman...they pull like a teabag...lol

White lined cod...

Ben is right. White line cod.

Thanks guys! Looks like it's a White Lined Cod 👍🏼 Beautiful fish

Jason Brohman

Come on ET cod mate look at its head

White lined racer

White line cod fillet will pass as trout you wouldn't tell the difference.

White lined cod,this and the coronation trout regularly go in as coral trout fillet on commercial boats

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3 days ago

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Seafood Escape Episode 1 repeated today at 2:30pm on Channel ONE. Enjoy the show! 👍🏼 @col_barker @frdc_au @airnorthau

Seafood Escape Episode 1 repeated today at 2:30pm on Channel ONE. Enjoy the show! 👍🏼 @col_barker @frdc_au @airnorthau ... See MoreSee Less

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