We have a winner of our Seattle Fish Co.-Cook Street contest, in which we asked Cafe Society readers to answer this question: How many pounds of fish did Seattle Fish Co. sell last Friday? Congratulations to Fanboy47, who came the closest with a guess of 52,047; the actual number is 76,000 pounds.
There are still spots available if you want to sign up for the class; call 303-308-9300 to register.
Original post: Grilling fish seems easy enough, but rubbery fish, dry fish and other fish disasters of oceanic proportions are all too common, so this Saturday, June 21, Seattle Fish Co. is encouraged the fearful to throw their insecurities overboard with an interactive class dedicated to the art of grilling fish. The class, aptly named "Grilling: Fish Meets Grill," takes place at Cook Street School of Culinary Arts from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. -- and you could win two free seats to the class, which also includes lunch and a selection of seasonal beers.
If you want to win, just answer this question: How many pounds of fish did Seattle Fish Co. sell last Friday? The person who comes the closest to the actual answer without going over, will win the two seats.
In order to be considered, please submit your answer, your name and a valid e-mail address (if you're already registered with MyVoiceNation, then we have your e-mail; if you're not, then we don't, and without an e-mail address, you can't win) in the comments section below.
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