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Taste This: Night Smelt Fishing with Sea Forager, Kirk Lombard

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KQED's Taste This visits Kirk Lombard, Bay Area Sea Forager to learn about the fickle but rewarding art of night smelt fishing. Then he invites us back to his home where his Fishwife, Camilla Lombard, fries up the catch to show us his favorite way to enjoy the fruits of his labor.

Kirk and Camilla Lombard toast the bounty of foraged smelt with one of their favorite recipes, "fries with eyes."
Kirk and Camilla Lombard toast the bounty of foraged smelt with one of their favorite recipes, "fries with eyes." (Peter Ruocco/KQED)

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