Description - The Salmon Recipes by Luanne Roth
Salmon Recipes includes stories and recipes from notable contributors including: Robert Davidson, Susan Musgrave, Gary Coons, Chief Allan Wilson, Joy Thorkleson, Chief Clarence Nelson, Des Nobels, Chef Jimmy King, About half of the contributors come from a Canadian coastal First Nations background, lending authenticity and cultural insight into the stories and recipes. Salmon Recipes includes a full color collection of delicious food photography, side-by-side with a breathtaking photographic experience offering unique insight into the culture, the wildlife and the rich ecosystems of the North Coast.This historic book includes a first-ever published collection of North Coast culinary delights-- ranging from rare, traditional salmon preparation techniques, through everyday dinners, to avant-garde seafood experiments with subtle flavors, complete with step-by-step instructions to help guide cooks of all levels.This book came together over concerns about a new outlet for Canadian tarsands expansion, with proposed oil tankers invading the North Coast' pristine wilderness and historic salmon grounds, where the salmon return each year to renew the land and its people
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(203mm x 241mm x mm)
Prince Rupert Environmental Society
Publisher: New Society Publishers
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Author Biography - Luanne Roth
Luanne Roth is a longtime north coast resident, commercial fisherman and Marine Director of Prince Rupert Environmental Society and their Save our Skeena Salmon campaigns. She has served as board member of Friends of Wild Salmon and Skeena Watershed Intitiative and as CEO of Greenpeace Canada. She has a passion for high quality seafood and the smallscale fishing culture that produces it.Ken McCormick is an art director and illustrator with a 20-year commercial studio practice serving the natural food industry and the environmental community. His illustration work is found in private collections in Europe, Asia and North America.Mike Ambach is drawn to photographing places that evoke a strong sense of identity and character, or suggest evidence of human use and history. He is curious about the relationship between humans and nature, and all the fascinating stories that mediate that relationship.