About the Author Kate Whiteman was a food writer and editor for almost thirty years. She translated and edited numerous books for such eminent chefs as the Roux brothers, Raymond Blanc and Pierre Koffman, and picked up many tricks of the trade from them. She is the author of four books: Microwave Fish Cooking, Brittany Gastronomique, The Italian Ingredients Cookbook and The World Encyclopedia of Fruit. This book is an essential reference guide for any cook: a beautifully photographed compendium that will guide you through the complexities of handling and preparing all kinds of fish and shellfish.With an increasingly wide range of fish and shellfish now available, there's never been a better time to experiment and enjoy the infinite variety of textures, flavours and colours of seafood. This is a fabulous guide with essential information on every type of fish and shellfish, from well known varieties, to unusual shellfish and exotic fish. It covers preparation techniques such as cleaning, skinning and filleting, as well as giving detailed information on methods of cooking.
Biblio NotesFeatures a full-colour photographic identification guide, with fascinating facts about habitat and nutritional benefits Explains how to choose the very best fish and shellfish, with essential cooking and preparation techniques, and information about the most useful equipment Includes all the well-known fish and shellfish, such as tuna, salmon, haddock, prawns, lobster and oysters, as well as a whole host of interesting and exotic varieties, from abalone, tilapia and zander, to the deadly - but delicious - fugu fish
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