While reviewing papers on Barramund Eddie Pantanella found work from an archaeologist who described this as the first artwork of barramundi since the prehistory. It is located in Kakadu National park in Australia Northern Territory.
It is so amazing to think that our common barramundi is indeed an heritage fish that our very old ancestors appreciated for tens of thousands years.
Our present or past culinary traditions are only remembered through art! The art or catching, the art of representing our emotions in images or scenes, the art of cooking…
…and of course, the enjoyment of eating these delicacies with those who we care most!