DOWNLOAD BOOK ✓ Fish on a First-Name Basis: How Fish Is Caught, Bought, Cleaned, Cooked, and Eaten - by Rob DeBorde

Fish on a First-Name Basis: How Fish Is Caught, Bought, Cleaned, Cooked, and Eaten By Rob DeBorde,

  • Title: Fish on a First-Name Basis: How Fish Is Caught, Bought, Cleaned, Cooked, and Eaten
  • Author: Rob DeBorde
  • ISBN: 9780312342203
  • Page: 145
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A book about fish that s as fun as it is informative, and as easy to read as it is hard to put down Alton Brown, creator and host of the hit Food Network show Good Eats and author of I m Just Here for the Food The ultimate guide to fish and shellfish, from deep to dock to dinner plateWhat s in a fish s name History, mythology, and marketing You ll find each in the na A book about fish that s as fun as it is informative, and as easy to read as it is hard to put down Alton Brown, creator and host of the hit Food Network show Good Eats and author of I m Just Here for the Food The ultimate guide to fish and shellfish, from deep to dock to dinner plateWhat s in a fish s name History, mythology, and marketing You ll find each in the names of everyday seafood, although sometimes it s what you don t find that s most interesting Consider the Patagonian toothfish Never heard of it That s because it s Chilean Sea Bass on menus, even though it s not a bass, nor is it found primarily off the coast of Chile Perhaps you d prefer a nice Pacific red snapper fillet Too bad, all fish sold using that name are actually rockfish You could always order a jumbo shrimp or would that be a colossal prawn And if the menu says dolphin, what are you eating, really Of course, knowing the name of a fish is just what comes before eating it, and Fish on a First Name Basis contains than a hundred mouthwatering recipes, from classic fish and chips, lobster rolls, and crab fritters to Scalloped Ceviche and Cinnamon Crunch Tilapia.With Fish on a First Name Basis, author Rob DeBorde has also filled in the gaps most seafood cookbooks leave open by crafting an indispensable scrapbook of seafood science, fish market full disclosures, essential cooking tips, and even the truth behind a few underwater urban legends With than two hundred illustrations, photographs, and diagrams showing you exactly where to cut, crack, or shuck, Fish on a First Name Basis is a treat for the eyes as well as the stomach Informative, witty, and easy to read, Fish on a First Name Basis is a must read whether you re a seafood fanatic or a fish phobic first timer Terror struck the undersea community when Rob DeBorde wrote this book Thanks to this grand fishing expedition, sea creatures everywhere will be forced to come out of their shells and onto our tables A delight to read and cook from, Fish will cause a great many fish to be eaten Steven A Shaw, author of Turning the Tables
    Fish on a First Name Basis How Fish Is Caught Bought Cleaned Cooked and Eaten A book about fish that s as fun as it is informative and as easy to read as it is hard to put down Alton Brown creator and host of the hit Food Network show Good Eats and author of I m Just Here for

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    1. This book is a must read for every fish lover those that love to eat fish, that is I plan on making this book part of my cookbook shelf real soon The illustrations are great, the font is cool, and the informative boxes on buying, storing, and identifying the best fish are outstanding If you are not drooling onto the recipe pages, well, there is something wrong, something very, very wrong with you

    2. I would recommend this book to any fish fanatic This book covers cooking, prep, background info, health, nutritional information on fish This book really opened my eyes to some new cooking ideas The parchment Halibut recipe was fantastic A must have for any cook

    3. No photos, just diagrams All ocean fish save for a chapter on catfish Not really a cookbook so much as a brief explanation on how each species is farmed or harvested.

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