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Go Fish: Fresh Ideas for American Seafood by Laurent Tourondel and Andrew Friedman

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  • Foil-baked cod

    • blintz on May 23, 2014

      You can prepare this quickly, but with impressive ready-for-company results. The ginger/orange sauce around the fish is wonderfully fragrant after the cod and spinach have steamed. I used parchment packages instead of foil and added quartered cocktail tomatoes to each wrap for a little extra color. Took about 2 extra minutes to cook.

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  • ISBN 10 0471445940
  • ISBN 13 9780471445944
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  • Published Oct 08 2004
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 304
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Willow Creek

Publishers Text

Simple recipes for stylish seafood from the chef of New York's acclaimed new BLT: Steak restaurant

At last! Here is the fish cookbook for home cooks looking to create elegant, flavor-rich meals without a lot of fuss. Celebrated chef Laurent Tourondel is renowned for his instinctive knowledge of the best way to prepare fish and shellfish.

In Go Fish, he shares a wonderful selection of contemporary dishes that can be made without complicated techniques or hard-to-find ingredients, such as Sea Bass Ceviche with Lemon Verbena Oil and Mussel Soup with Red Curry and Coconut. There are recipes for cold and hot appetizers, soups and chowders, and main courses - plus side dishes and a few very special desserts to complement a fish-based feast.

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