From quick-to-prepare family meals like fish pie and tuna carbonara to mouth-watering dishes like crab salad and black olive sole, Clodagh's recipes are easy to follow and guaranteed to produce impressive results. Over 100 seafood recipes are accompanied by side dishes and desserts to round off the perfect meal. And true to Clodagh's philosophy, she also celebrates Ireland's outstanding food producers and the people who work hard to bring seafood to our tables: the fishermen, the restaurateurs, the fish farmers and the processors. With stunning photography throughout, this book will delight anyone who enjoys catching, cooking or eating fish, and especially those who are interested in what goes on around Ireland's coast.
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Clodagh McKenna trained at Ballymaloe Cookery School and went on to work as a chef in Ballymaloe House for three years. She was also editor of the Slow Food Ireland Guide to Producers and started the national Slow Food Ireland Weekend. She has her own weekly column for the Irish Examiner, a monthly column for RSVP magazine and is editor of LOVE Food online. She lectures at the University of Gastronomic Sciences in Colorno, Italy. Her previous book The Irish Farmers' Market Cookbook is a bestseller. Clodagh has presented two RTE series of Fresh from the Farmers' Market and the third series Fresh from the Sea accompanies this book. Alberto Peroli's passion for photography has taken him around the world from Italy to the USA, Africa and Asia. His photographs have been published in many catalogues and magazines including the award-winning international Slow Food magazine, The Sunday Times, Image Interiors and La Perla Group.
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Book Description Gill & Macmillan Ltd, 2009. Soft cover. Book Condition: Very Good. Small stain on the front cover; otherwise very good. Bookseller Inventory # 7199