From award-winning chef and sustainable food activist Barton Seaver comes the most comprehensive seafood reference available for home cooks, featuring more than 1,000 recipes for nearly 100 saltwater species.
With 1,000+ recipes and all the essentials of preparation, this is the cookbook every seafood lover MUST have. Inspired by American regional cuisine and classic preparations, these thoroughly modern dishes are curated to give home cooks complete confidence with a wide variety of seafood. The crowd-pleasing fare--ranging from Barracuda Ceviche, Clam Risotto, and Cod Cakes to Finnan Haddie Quiche and Cajun Crawfish Boil--uses fresh, natural ingredients and well-understood culinary techniques, from roasting and grilling to poaching and brining; it also covers an abundance of butters, marinades, vinaigrettes, sauces, spice mixes, chowders, stock, soups, and stews. With nearly 100 saltwater species in myriad preparations, this exciting collection will be a welcome addition to every cook's bookshelf and the go-to source for great seafood recipes for decades to come.
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Barton Seaver is a National Geographic Fellow and acclaimed chef, author, and speaker who wants to restore our relationship with the ocean, with the land, and with each other through food. Seaver works closely with Harvard s Center for Health and the Global Environment to bring together Boston-area hospitals and health care providers with healthier and more sustainable food service opportunities. He has been featured in top media, including NPR; CNN; "O, The Oprah Magazine;" "Cooking Light;" and the "Washington Post". He is the host of a three-part television series titled "In Search of Food" on the Ovation network and a web series called "Cook-Wise" with National Geographic.