San Francisco Seafood: Savory Recipes from Everybody's Favorite Seafood City

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Ten Speed Press, 2000 - Cooking - 224 pages
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With water on three sides and a historical wharf that is one of America's premier holiday destinations, San Francisco is a seafood lover's paradise. This book includes over 100 recipes, anecdotes on San Francisco town and people, and contributions from the city's finest seafood restaurants.

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While residents of Boston and Seattle may have a different choice for "everybody's favorite seafood city," Pacific fish and shellfish and Fisherman's Wharf are an essential aspect of San Francisco's ... Read full review

About the author (2000)

Michele Anna Jordan, a second-generation Californian who has lived in the San Francisco Bay Area her entire life, has twelve years of experience as an award-winning chef and has written a multitude of cookbooks. Currently, she writes three weekly columns for The Santa Rosa Press Democrat, "Savuer" magazine, which recently took a first place award from the Association of Food and Wine Journalists. Jordan has held positions as restaurant critic for San Francisco Focus Magazine, as well as the San Francisco Chronicle, and has written for numerous national publications, including: "Cooking Light", "Wine Enthusiast", "Kitchen Garden", "Fine Cooking", "Bon Appetit", "Food & Wine", "Asian Week", "Appellation", "Sky", "Wine & Spirits", and the "Electronic Gourmet Guide". In addition to cooking and writing, Jordan teaches and lectures on a variety of food-related topics and is a frequent guest on radio and television around the country Jordan lives in western Sonoma County with her two black cats, Poe and Rosemary.

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