Description - Rick Stein's Fruits of the Sea by Rick Stein
In Fruits of the Sea, Rick Stein explores Australia and Brittany as well as his beloved Cornwall. The recipe book includes not only hot and spicy dishes, fish salads, quick fish and elegant fish but also a selection of the most tasty desserts imaginable! This title, along with Rick Stein's Taste of the Sea and Rick Stein's Seafood Odyssey, has been re-released with a modernised cover to bring a fresh look to the series. Rick Stein's Fruits of the Sea is another bestseller for this charismatic Cornishman whose passion and enthusiasm have propelled fish cookery to a new prominence in Britain. With over 150 original fish and seafood recipes, including exotica such as Pan-fried Trout with Oyster Mushrooms and Escalope of Salmon with Champagne and Chive Sauce and simpler fare like Fillet of Cod with Saffron Mashed Potatoes and Warm Salad Nicoise with Preserved Tuna, this cookbook is the perfect accompaniment to Taste of the Sea and reaffirms Rick Stein's reputation as the nation's leading seafood chef.
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(249mm x 192mm x 14mm)
Publisher: Ebury Publishing
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Author Biography - Rick Stein
Rick Stein is a well-loved and respected chef, TV presenter and author who has produced an array of award-winning books and television series, including Rick Stein's Seafood, Seafood Lover's Guide, Taste of the Sea, Food Heroes, French Odyssey, Mediterranean Escapes, Coast to Coast and Far Eastern Odyssey. All of his books and programmes show a commitment to good-quality produce, sustainable fishing and good husbandry. Rick owns four restaurants, a delicatessen, a patisserie, a seafood cookery school and forty guest bedrooms in the small fishing port of Padstow, Cornwall. In 2003, Rick was awarded an OBE for services to West Country Tourism. He divides his time between Padstow and Australia, which he regards as his second home.