I have enjoyed his food, and I have enjoyed his book: I now strongly urge you to do the same ( Nico Ladenis)
Based on the finest ingredients, his menus provide a memorable culinary experience, and his inventiveness results in a unique harmony of flavours from unusual combinations of ingredients ( Egon Ronay)
A Michelin-starred chef and restauranteur, McAndrew's user-friendly approach to cooking doesn't detract from the imagination of his recipes which, after current trends, are globe-spanning in their influences: Mediteranean tomato and plaice crostinit, poached lobster in oriental broth and roast monkfish with leek and bacon mash will leave you wondering which to try first. ( IRELAND IMAGE MAGAZINE)
A FEAST OF FISH will never fail to delight or inspire. ( HEALTHY EATING)
Fish has become the culinary passion of the 90s. Restaurant sales of fish and seafood now far outstrip those of meat and supermarket fish counters are growing each year. Fish is now regarded as the healthy and safe choice and it is also suprisingly easy to cook, but many people still lack confidence when it comes to buying and preparing fish at home.
In A FEAST OF FISH, Ian McAndrew, Michelin-star chef and restaurateur with over 25 years experience in fish cookery, sets out to educate and enthuse even the most timid of cooks. He offers sound advice on how to select the best fresh fish and shellfish and then guides the reader through preparation techniques with the aid of clear step-by-step illustrations. The recipe collection features over 150 innovative recipes, ranging from the simple to the elaborate, and includes modern classics such as Bass, Monkfish and Tuna and the more traditional choices such as Salmon, Sole and Haddock.
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Descripción Little, Brown Book Group, 1999. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0316847739
Descripción Little, Brown Book Group, 1999. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería 0316847739
Descripción Little, Brown Book Group, 1999. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110316847739