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photos and story by Christina Enoch
ALOHA FROM KANALOA Randee and sweet Ella
henever I hear something Hawaiian, I’m automatically drawn to it. Anyone who looks like an islander, I talk with. Anyone who has a Polynesian tattoo, I proudly show them mine. On one rainy day, a little hula girl sticker on the back of my car pointed the way to Kanaloa Seafood. Kanaloa is one of Hawaiian gods, of squid and ocean. Everyone say, “Aloooooha!” Okay, let’s talk seafood. I, like most Santa Barbarians, try to buy wild, sustainable seafood as much as I can. I want to do the right things, but sometimes I don’t know enough to
take the next step. But let me make things easy for you: buy your seafood at Kanaloa Seafood and eat there, supporting the business. Kanaloa is a seafood sourcing, processing, and distribution company dedicated to responsible environmental practices. It’s the only seafood company in North America to receive the prestigious environmental management certification ISO 14001. No, it’s not a camera setting, it is a prestigious accreditation ensuring Kanaloa’s continuous effort (they get in-depth audits twice a year) not only practicing sustainable seafood but also to reduce
After years of working full time for an ad agency, Christina found her passion in cooking and food. Now armed with her newfound title, “Culinary School Graduate Food Blogger,” she writes and shares her passion for food, cooking, restaurants, photography and food styling in her popular blog, black dog :: food blog. Christina’s a proud mommy of not one but two shelter dogs and lives here in Santa Barbara with her husband. She’s also an avid Polynesian dancer, beach lover, traveler, swimmer, snowboarder and most of all, a lover of anything edible and yummy. Check out her ramblings here and at www.blackdogfoodblog.com.
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Albacore cheek sliders
Albacore jerk: spiced albacore, papaya coulis, cabbage, cilantro, curry aioli, and pickled red onion
the size of the environmental footprint of their entire business from their daily business process, eco-packaging to shipping methods. I chatted with the owner Randee Disraeli, who earned her degree in Geographic Information Systems at UCSB and researched the migratory patterns of tuna at the Scripps Institute of Oceanography. She and Don Disraeli, who holds a Ph.D. in Coastal Ecology and Ecosystems Management, had a dream and vision back in 1983 to create something “That was the right thing, at the right time, for the right reasons” (which Kinaole, their mission statement, roughly translates into). See you all there today! Say hi. If you want to learn more about their cuttingedge approach to environmentally responsible seafood practice, check their website.
3721 Modoc Rd, Santa Barbara, CA 93105 EmanuelLutheranSB.org info@EmanuelLutheranSB.org 805.687.3734
Kanaloa Seafood 715 Chapala St., Santa Barbara (805) 966-5159 Kanaloaseafood.com