- Pub. Date: November 2008
- Publisher:Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Praise for A.D. Livingston’s previous books
“[Livingston] is simultaneously the most local and global of chefs . . . characteristically strong and simplifying recipes without simplifying the results.”
Gray’s Sporting Journal
“Livingston is a good writer with a sense of humor and a wealth of knowledge about cooking.”Publishers Weekly
All anglers worth their salt know that they can catch better fish, any day, than they can buy. With that underappreciated truth in mind, A.D. Livingston presents his greatest gift to the freshwater angler. Delivered in his incomparable and humorous style, The Freshwater Fish Cookbook provides more than 200 creative, mouthwatering recipes for many different kinds of fishfrom trout, salmon, black bass, perch, pike, walleye, and stripers, to so-called “trash” fish like suckers and carp, which more and more American anglers are getting hooked on. This cookbook includes color photos of food and fish; advice on how to clean, fillet, and even smoke your catch; and helpful tips on cooking and freezing fish.
Informative, eminently browsable, and highly entertaining, The Freshwater Fish Cookbook is more than just another collection of recipesit’s an essential all-around resource for any angler who likes to keep a few for the table.More Reviews and Recommendations
A. D. Livingston is the author of more than a dozen cookbooks, including The Saltwater Fish Cookbook and Shellfish Cookbook, and is the food columnist for Gray’s Sporting Journal. He lives in Wewahitchka, Florida.