Sunday, 12 July 2009

We've dined at this restaurant before

The BBC report that TV chefs have a rival in the shape of the Welsh Assembly Government.

A new recipe booklet promising "mouth-watering dishes" has been produced by ministers to promote Welsh seafood. It also offers advice on choosing fish and sustainable local sources.

Rural Minister Elin Jones, launching it at the Cardigan Bay Seafood Festival in Aberaeron, said she believed Welsh produce is among the best in the world. We have, however, been here before. Strict vegans will have to wait until next year for the third installment of the complete cook book.

The assembly government said the promotion of Welsh fish and seafood was a key part of its strategy to support the "development of viable and sustainable fisheries".

Ms Jones said the assembly government "is committed to working closely with major retailers to offer consumers a range of choices in sustainably produced and harvested fish and shellfish".

3 comments:

Stonemason. 13 July 2009 at 06:21  

And by how much did the poor of Llanelli, Aberystwyth etc, have their pockets picked to pay for this example of WAG fish fingers in every pie.

Another example of out of touch spending policies by an out of touch talking shop. Rhodri and chums might like to take an extended fishing holiday, it's cheaper for the taxpayers.

Anonymous 13 July 2009 at 19:15  

"Another example of out of touch spending policies by an out of touch talking shop."

Hey you idiot.....the article is about the Assembly and not Westminster.

Anonymous 13 July 2009 at 20:24  

Whatever next? Actors paid to train senior WAG managers how to manage? It can't possibly be true - can it?

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