West Coast Seafood: The Complete Cookbook

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Sasquatch Books, 1999 - Cooking - 366 pages
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With over 250 delectable recipes, both basic and lavish, this important new cookbook is an up-to-the-minute cook's guide to the fresh fish and shellfish available on the West Coast.

In this definitive guide to cooking with seafood, writer and chef Jay Harlow introduces the rich array of fish available fresh from California to Alaska. From familiar varieties such as salmon, halibut, swordfish, and Dungeness crab, to more exotic types like tilapia, wolffish, and grenadier, Harlow provides an impressive collection of information, instruction and recipes. Featuring beautiful color photographs and more than 250 recipes, West Coast Seafood spans all levels of complexity highlighting a wide range of cuisines from around the world. The seafood cook's techniques -- grilling, poaching, steaming, filleting, and more -- are carefully explained so they become the everyday tools of the home cook. If you love seafood, you'll love this book.

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So . . . this book tormented me while I lived in the Inland Northwest. (Don't ask me how it wound up on my shelves in the first place). Now that I'm in SE Portland, boy is it nice to have a book that ... Read full review

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It only took one recipe (grilled loin of albacore with corn and potato risoto): I'm sold on this book!

About the author (1999)

Jay Harlow is the author or coauthor of many cookbooks, including"West Coast Seafood, The Microbrew Lover s Cookbook, OnceUpon a Bagel, Beer Cuisine, The Art of the Sandwich, Shrimp, The Grilling Book", and "The California Seafood Cookbook". His articles have appeared in several food andbeverage magazines and newspapers, and his column on seafood, The Fishmonger, ran for more than ten years as a weekly featureof the "San Francisco Chronicle" food section. He lives in Berkeley, California.

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