The Hog Island Book of Fish & Seafo: Culinary Treasures from Our Waters (Hardback)
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The Hog Island Book of Fish & Seafo: Culinary Treasures from Our Waters (Hardback)

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Hardback 336 Pages
Published: 22/06/2023
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A sustainability-minded, comprehensive cookbook on fish and seafood and the many ways to prepare them for novices and experts alike, from James Beard Award–winning chef and author John AshThe Hog Island Book of Fish & Seafood takes a comprehensive dive into the world of cooking with salt- and freshwater treasures—shellfish, crustaceans, finned fish, and many more. A valuable resource for all things seafood for both home and professional cooks, the cookbook demystifies this immense world with easily accomplished recipes from a wide variety of cuisines. Featuring favorites from the kitchens of Hog Island Oyster Bars, every conceivable method for preparing mouthwatering recipes is represented: baking, braising, steaming, roasting, deep-frying, grilling, broiling, poaching, pan-frying, marinating, curing, smoking, and pickling, as well as serving raw. With more than 200 recipes, this authoritative compendium is proof that seafood is not only delicious but also one of the easiest and most versatile proteins to prepare.

Publisher: Cameron & Company Inc
ISBN: 9781951836870
Number of pages: 336
Dimensions: 254 x 203 mm


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“The Northern California food scene is in many ways the North Star when we talk about important movements like food sustainability and the farm-to-table scene. You can’t talk about this world without mentioning my friend, Chef John Ash, a true leader in the space and the king of wine country cuisine. It’s no wonder that his partnership with pioneers of the seafood business, the team at Hog Island Oyster Co., is highlighted in this cookbook, which is as educational as it is beautiful and delicious. Dive in . . . you’re gonna dig it.” - GUY FIERI

“John Ash has been a great friend of the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch program almost from the beginning. He’s a passionate, articulate advocate for sustainable seafood, an incredible culinary educator, and a phenomenal chef. This beautiful recipe collection makes it easy for home cooks to discover for themselves how easy it is to prepare sustainably delicious seafood.” - JULIE PACKARD, executive director of the Monterey Bay Aquarium

“The Hog Island Book of Fish & Seafood is a stunning and comprehensive masterpiece! Chef John Ash not only has in-depth knowledge of his subject, equally important is his ability to present it clearly with all the details needed to reproduce the recipes with full success.” - ROSE LEVY BERANBAUM, author of The Cake Bible and The Bread Bible

“This wonderful book is a testimonial to two legendary stewards of great food in America: Chef Ash has been a sage leader with an innate ability to create food tied beautifully to the California cornucopia; Hog Island Oyster Co. has been a superhero for sustainable aquaculture since 1983 and is not stopping anytime soon. Together they show you a guide to all seafood, something that has been lacking on my cookbook shelf.” - CHEF HUGH ACHESON

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