By The Crew of Pike Place Fish, Leslie Miller
Seattle’s Pike position Fish Market—the country’s most sensible fish market—reels within the world’s most sensible seafood recipes during this cookbook with pleasant tips and a sustainability process that each domestic cook dinner can master
Forget the distance Needle. the genuine thrill of Seattle lies in Pike position industry, the place the world-famous, must-see, salmon-tossing Fish men were mesmerizing and instructing hordes of fanatics due to the fact that 1965. The Fish men even encouraged the bestselling company e-book FISH!, which has bought greater than 1.4 million copies. In the Kitchen with the Pike position Fish men serves up greater than a hundred savory seafood recipes and tips answering the preferred query the Fish men get: “How do you prepare dinner that?” It contains a special primer on sustainability, with inspiring phrases from the fishmongers who made Pike position Fish totally sustainable in 2011.
Located within the nation’s oldest consistently working farmers’ industry, which attracts ten million viewers every year, Pike position Fish revives the misplaced artwork of choosing and getting ready seafood. domestic chefs will how you can prepare dinner fish and seafood from the professionals, together with garage and simple cooking strategies, as well as mouthwatering recipes like Thai Curry Mussels, Anders’s Dungeness Crab and Bacon Quiche, Cajun BBQ Shrimp Skewers, and Coconut Maple Salmon. principles for interesting pals (who will clamor for the Fish Guys’ clambakes and paella events) are showcased besides. Readers will simply observe why Pike position Fish has turn into America’s so much recognizable identify within the undefined, promoting 1.5 million kilos of spectacularly ideal seafood every one year.Capturing the joys, free-spirited but heavily a professional essence of those ambassadors of the ocean, In the Kitchen with the Pike position Fish men is the seafood cookbook that may convey a clean banquet of environmentally pleasant, chef-quality foodstuff to each domestic prepare dinner.
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