Food from Fife will be adding a seafood theme during the Scottish Fisheries Museum’s annual open day on Saturday.
Pittenweem-based seafood supplier Jim Knox will be demonstrating the art of preparing and dressing fresh fresh crabs for the table.
Also featuring will be Marie Clare James, who works with the Federation of Chefs Scotloand and Seafood Scotland, and she will be talking about seafood and sustainability.
During an action packed programme of activity at the museum in Anstruther, visitors can also pick up copies of the popular Fife Larder and its sister Fife Larder Food Map, produced by Food from Fife in collaboration with List Guides Scotland.
There will be lots to see and do for all the family at the open day, which offers free entry to the museum between 10am and 5.30pm
Visitors will be able to welcome the new Fisherlass and Lad, find out who has won the schools art competition, visit the exhibition of model boats, climb aboard the historic Reaper or take to the water in a rowing skiff.
There will be a number of stalls and activities, with other attractions including the Whale & Dolphin Roadshow, the Marine Conservation Society, and the Fife Diet with fishy tastes and tales.
The Fisherlass and Lad Ceremony, and the art competition prize-giving, will take place at the harbour at 2.30pm. The Reaper will be open to visitors from 3pm to 5pm.
Futher details can be found at http://www.scotfishmuseum.org