The Fiddlehead Cookbook: Recipes from Alaska's Most Celebrated Restaurant and Bakery

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St. Martin's Press, Aug 15, 1993 - Cooking - 264 pages
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The Fiddlehead Restaurant and Bakery has been a Juneau tradition since 1978, when its founder established a menu that celebrated Alaska's bounty of fresh, delicious ingredients and its jubilant spirit of adventure. In this lively and eclectic cookbook, the Fiddlehead Restaurant teams presents 150 of its most acclaimed, sought-after recipes. The colorful collection ranges from fresh Alaskan salmon and halibut to robust soups and sandwiches, light and healthy pasta dishes, grilled meats and stir fry, authentic sourdough breads, edible greens, wild berries, and extraordinarily delicious desserts--all prepared with creative flair and old-fashioned neighborliness that have made the Fiddlehead famous. Interspersed throughout are fascinating sidebars on such Alaskan passions as berry picking and glacier picnics, the fine art of smoking fish or preparing a while poaching salmon for holiday entertaining, and the springtime search for wild edibles like fiddlehead ferns, fireweed, beach asparagus, and morel mushrooms.

Brimming with Alaskan freshman and pride, The Fiddlehead Cookbook will delight everyone who longs to shares in this generous coastal cuisine.

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The Fiddlehead is a popular restaurant/bakery in Juneau, Alaska. Included here are recipes for the casual meals served at the restaurant, along with breads and desserts from the bakery--and an ... Read full review

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