Don't Believe What You Eat...Fish Fraud Rampant - Public Radio's The Dinner Party by The Dinner Party Download published on 2012-12-07T22:24:36Z When your fish is labeled as, say, red snapper, it’s natural to think that you’re eating red snapper. Often, though, it’s a totally different fish than advertised. This week Jenn Abelson and Beth Daley of the Boston Globe ran a follow-up to a fish labeling story they published in 2011. It revealed that the problem is just as rampant as ever: only ONE of the Boston-area offenders had corrected its ways. Beth tells about the dangers of fish fraud, and about what goes on in the Globe’s “fish lab.” -- "The Dinner Party" (www.dinnerpartydownload.com) is a smart, funny public radio show about everything excellent in culture, from the company that brings you "Marketplace." Think NPR meets Vanity Fair. In each episode, hosts Rico Gagliano & Brendan Francis Newnam talk with some of the world's most interesting celebrities, and along the way equip you with bad jokes, fresh drink recipes, hot food finds, odd news items... and etiquette tips from the likes of Henry Rollins and Dick Cavett. Past guests include Michelle Williams, Judd Apatow, Kid Cudi, Sir Richard Branson and others. Wallpaper magazine calls us one of their "40 Reasons To Live In The USA."