Veggies and Fish, Hardback Book

Veggies and Fish Hardback


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A modern pescatarian cookbook with over 95 plant-forward, sustainable seafood recipes, featuring stunning photography from Jamie Oliver s longtime food photographer. Author of the acclaimed The Tinned Fish Cookbook Bart van Olphen knows fish.

Jamie Oliver has called him his fish hero. Now, Bart shares his best recipes yet in this essential pescatarian cookbook.

With over 95 fish and vegetable recipes for soups, salads, sandwiches, pizza, pasta, curries, barbecue, and more, this book expands your culinary limits, turning the beginner home chef into a culinary savant. Whether you re a long-time pescatarian or just looking to add more seafood and vegetables into your diet, Veggies & Fish has something for you.

With modern, sustainable recipes covering a wide range of seafood and vegetables from tuna to oysters, fennel to snow peas Bart proves that there are no limits to the different ways you can prepare fish and veggies.

Classic Salmon Burgers are here, but so is Pear and Fig Salad with Cod Liver and Orange Dressing.

You ll find Gnocchi with Tomato and Tuna but also Spinach Pancakes with Cream Cheese, Avocado, and Smoked Salmon. Or how about a Paella with String Beans and Tiger Shrimp for dinner or Latkes with Smoked Mackerel, Apple, and Parsley for lunch?Bart teaches you how to make delicious dishes that are rich in taste, presentation, and health.

Veggies & Fish is filled with mouth-watering recipes that taste as good as they look in dazzling photos by David Loftus (Jamie Oliver s trusted photographer).

Snacks, breakfasts, elaborate dinners; with this book in hand, adding seafood and vegetables into your diet is a breeze.

After all, there are plenty of fish in the sea . . . so let s eat!ABOUT THE AUTHOR:Bart van Olphen is cofounder of tinned fish brand Sea Tales and author of The Tinned Fish Cookbook.

Bart set up the first sustainable fishmongers in Europe and knows all about how we can enjoy great fish without harming stocks for future generations.

He was presented with the title of the world s most sustainable seafood entrepreneur in 2008 and his Fish Tales videos on YouTube are an internet sensation, earning him a spot in Jamie Oliver s FoodTube Network.