Another cookbook I received as a gift, Simply Fish was delivered to me by two of my greatest supporters in this venture of mine. They remember a time where I went completely pescetarian, and this book became a good reminder to add the delicious seafood of Delmarva back to my diet. It promises recipes for each season, a sorting method in cookbooks that I truly delight in, and its all about using sustainable fish.
The author discusses his vast experience with fish both in in the United States and in Western Europe. His experience in both places has taught him a lot about fish and the way both cultures explore it. From an initial look, he seems to take a lot of his experiences in Western Europe to apply to fish more often seen here in the United States. I’m okay with that. If his descriptions of how they treat food is any indicator, it’ll be good for us all.
For the purposes of this review, I will try a recipe from each season where I can manage. I’m already eying a few recipes from the winter section, such as a smoked salmon frittata for a good Sunday morning breakfast. Eating healthier is a priority this year, and this cookbook will help us get started.
If you want to cook along, you can find Simply Fish available on amazon for both Kindle and hardback.
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