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Nov 29th 2010 1:40PM Have you committed to eat Louisiana seafood on December 1st?
What could be better than enjoying your favorite seafood dishes and supporting the Gulf Coast at the same time? On December 1st, people across the nation will band together for the first "AMERICA'S NIGHT OUT FOR GULF SEAFOOD.” More than 275 chefs and restaurants in cities across the country will participate to promote the safety of Gulf seafood with special dishes and menus that include fish, oysters, shrimp or crabs from the Gulf of Mexico. You can help by participating in this event and telling the world, “I committed to eat Louisiana seafood on December 1st.”
Louisiana cuisine is steeped in a rich history and tradition of exceptional dishes using fresh seafood harvested from the deep waters of the Gulf of Mexico, which supplies nearly half of all the country's seafood. It is unparalleled in terms of freshness and unique taste. By committing to eat Gulf seafood on December 1st, you are helping us save and protect a culture, a cuisine and an industry.
You can help us spread the word about this important night out on Facebook and Twitter as well. Just tell us “I committed to eat Louisiana seafood on December 1st” and post this link http://on.fb.me/fSXQVe.
For more information on Dine America 2010, please visit www.dineamerica2010.com.