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The Deep End of Flavor: Recipes and Stories from New Orleans’ Premier Seafood Chef by Tenney Flynn

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  • ISBN 10 1423651006
  • ISBN 13 9781423651000
  • Published Aug 13 2019
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 224
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Gibbs Smith

Publishers Text

More than 100 recipes, stories, and wine pairings from New Orleans’ chef Tenney Flynn of GW Fins restaurant.

Delicious recipes and tips to help home cooks master cooking all kinds of seafood. Flynn’s easygoing, engaging style gives readers a tour of his hometown along with a toolkit for cooking seafood, from testing freshness at the market to pairing delicious fish recipes with sides and wines to create a finished menu. From classic Barbecued Shrimp and simple Sautéed Fillets with Brown Butter and Lemon to adventurous Pompano en Papillote with Oysters, Rockefeller Spinach, and Melted Tomatoes and sophisticated Lionfish Ceviche with Satsumas, Limes, and Chiles, Chef Flynn makes cooking fish “as easy as frying an egg.”

Two-time winner of the New Orleans Magazine “Chef of the Year Award” Tenney Flynn grew up cooking in his father’s restaurant in Stone Mountain, Georgia, learning a life-long love of Southern cooking and seafood. Now chef and co-owner of GW Fins seafood restaurant, Chef Flynn also serves on the board of directors of the Louisiana Seafood Association, and as Chef Council Chair of The Audubon Nature Institute’s GULF Chef’s Council. An avid diver and spear fisher, Flynn often serves his own catches at GW Fins.