Marcus Samuelsson talks about his favorite fishing spots at the 2011 Food & Wine Classic in Aspen.Marcus Samuelsson talks about his favorite fishing spots at the 2011 Food & Wine Classic in Aspen.
I grew up with a lot of mackerel so on the Swedish coast in a wonderful place called Smergen, that's where you have the most mackerel in the world. I know this is a stretch, but it's an amazing place if you can ever go there, it's [UNKNOWN] in Norway. It's the highest tip of Norway, the cod is absolutely amazing. If you wanna go to the other side of the world, go to Senegal, got to that car. the boats there, it's like you'll really feel you're gonna fall in but you're not gonna fall in and you're gonna find amazing fish. It's a little bit different, it's a lot of butter fish, it's a lot of mundy and fishes like that, but also amazing. And then, If you haven't had a chance to do it, go to South Africa, go straight out of Capetown, go in a big boat, you're going fish tuna. And you're always gonna be intimidated if the white shark is gonna come or not. But you know what? That's what makes it fun.