Oceans: Recipes and Stories from Australia's Coastline is a must for anyone who loves to cook or feast on seafood, with recipes ranging from abalone to yellowtail kingfish, from open fire to the stove-top, and from bivouac to dinner party. This book tells you how to buy the best seafood, how to store it and exciting ways to prepare it. Andrew Dwyer's no-fuss, contemporary original recipes are for the novice and the old hand, and show you scores of different ways to prepare successful seafood dishes. Stunning food photography from renowned photographer John Hay and evocative images from our coastline bring this book alive, as well as the seafaring stories of mutiny, murder, piracy, exploration and heroism from both the past and present.
Publisher: Melbourne University Press