When Fishermen Cook Fish: Recipes from America's Best and Best-Known Anglers

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Willow Creek Press, 1996 - Cooking - 144 pages
Thanks to the persuation of Rebecca Gray, the nation's best and best-known anglers share their favorite recipes in this insightful and colorful cookbook. Gathered here are guides and outfitters, writers and artists, camp cooks and resort chefs, an ex-president, actors, and athletes. Not only can these interesting people catch fish, their expertise extends into the kitchen as well. Includes 80 recipes and color, action fishing photos.

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About the author (1996)

REBECCA GRAY has written seven books about food, including the best-selling Eat Like A Wild Man. She is a contributing editor to Sports Afield and Attache, and has written for Field & Stream, Saveur, Town & Country, Playboy, Outside, Martha Stewart Living, and many other national publications. She also founded Gray's Sporting Journal with her husband in 1975. She lives in Lyme, New Hampshire.

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