Meat and Fish
Fish & Shellfish
1st Edition Hardcover ISBN: 0688127371
A complete cookbook covering everything from fish and shellfish preparation and storage to step-by-step instructive photos on marinating and grilling provides additional information on creating the perfect sauces and serving the perfect wines. 35,000 first printing. HomeStyle. Tour.
The California Seafood Cookbook
A Cook's Guide to the Fish and Shellfish of California, the Pacific Coast, and Beyond
Hardcover ISBN: 1616083441
"Any really interested cook will find The California Seafood Cookbook extremely useful...offering invaluable information on West Coast fish and shellfish."-Alice Waters, author of In the Green Kitchen
The Summer Shack Cookbook
The Complete Guide to Shore Food
Hardcover ISBN: 0393052389
The chef and owner of New England's four Summer Shack restaurants presents a collection of two hundred easy-to-prepare seafood dishes including Caribbean Callaloo, Lobster Rolls, and Portuguese Fisherman's Stew, in a volume that is complemented by illustrated seafood preparation tips.
86 Recipes Illustrated Step by Step
Paperback ISBN: 1554079411
This series of stripped-down pictorials worth a thousand words is the missing link between elementally vague text-based cookbooks and video instruction you can't slow down enough or take into the kitchen. Elegant design you can't help but devour. Highly recommended for all experience levels. --Library Journal (starred review) Cooking fish and seafood is not the place to make mistakes. Inferior taste, a waste of expensive ingredients and even contamination can be the consequence. Seafood Basics ensures the best results. Step-by-step photographs demonstrate how to prepare fish and seafood using chef's skills. Tutorials demonstrate basic techniques, such as filleting a cooked round fish and butterflying shrimp, and concise instructions remind cooks of the do's and don'ts of handling fish and seafood. Seafood Basics is divided into eight chapters: - Basics - Raw and Cured - Soups and Stews - Whole Fish - Fast Fish - Baked and Shallow-fried Fish - Seafood Starters - Seafood Main Courses. The 86 original recipes include Tuna Carpaccio, Bouillabaisse, Crab Bisque, Moroccan Fish Tagine, Louisiana Seafood Gumbo, Saltencrusted Sea Bass, Sole with Beurre Noisette, Razor Clams in Garlic, Quick Monkfish Curry, Maryland Crab Cakes, Lobster with Cayenne, Stuffed Baked Squid and Spanish Seafood Paella. Cooks with experience will enjoy these imaginative recipes, while those intimidated by cooking fish and seafood will discover that with a few basic skills, seafood can be a tasty regular on the menu.
Recipes and Tips for Sustainable Living
Paperback ISBN: 1440235554
Responding to the trend toward sustainable living, Recipes and Tips for Sustainable Living helps you make delicious food using natural ingredients. Inside this lushly illustrated volume, you'll find: - Tips and techniques to grow and harvest natural, organic foods in and around your home. - More than 80 mouth-watering recipes for cooking those ingredients. - Tips on preservation and storage of your harvest. - Health benefits of natural, organic ingredients. Chapters cover: - Gardening - Heirloom gardening, container gardening, herbs and preserving. - Beyond the Garden - Foraging, beekeeping, poultry and eggs. - Wood and Water - Venison, wild turkey, duck, quail, small game, seafood and fish.
The Freshwater Fish Cookbook
More than 200 Ways to Cook Your Catch
Paperback ISBN: 1599213869
The Freshwater Fish Cookbookis A. D. Livingston’s gift to the freshwater angler, delivered in his incomparable and humorous style. With easy-to-follow instructions, these more than 200 mouthwatering recipes—for a huge net full of fish including trout, salmon, black bass, perch, pike, walleye, stripers, and many others—are a must-have for any angler who likes to “keep a few for the table” and those who cook and clean their catches. Livingston covers not only the most popular sport fish but also some so-called “trash” fish like carp, which more and more American anglers are getting hooked on. Sidebars provide helpful tips on cooking and freezing fish and on equipment, not to mention attention-grabbing, funny, ever informative bits of trivia. With delectable full-color photos of food and fish as well as illustrations showing how to clean and fillet, The Freshwater Fish Cookbookis more than just another collection of recipes—it’s an essential all-around resource for the fishing fanatic. Praise for the author’s previous books “[A. D. Livingston] is simultaneously the most local and global of chefs . . . characteristically strong and simplifying recipes without simplifying the results.”—Gray’s Sporting Journal “Livingston is a good writer with a sense of humor and a wealth of knowledge about cooking.”—Publishers Weekly