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Gulf Coast chefs cook in NYC

On Tuesday, chefs representing the Pensacola Chamber of Commerce hosted a dinner at the James Beard House to reassure the public that seafood from the Gulf Coast is safe to eat. The James Beard Foundation's Susan Ungaro, Pensacola Chamber of Commerce's Collier Merrill, and chef Jim Shirley discuss.