Fishy Fishy is a relaxed, informal seafood brasserie in Brighton that was the brainchild of three close friends: James Ginzler, Dermot O'Leary and Paul Shovlin. They share a passion for good food, but more importantly food that has been locally sourced and is in season. They work closely with suppliers to make sure the fish they serve is caught in the least wasteful way which can mean line-caught fish, pot-caught seafood or fish caught in gill nets with big holes in them so they only catch the larger fish and let the small ones through.
They only serve fish and seafood when it is in season – that's why there's no cod on the menu in the summer or lobster in the winter. All their passion and expertise is contained in this lovely new cookbook which has over 90 recipes, as well as fascinating fish facts and plenty of advice on how to prepare and cook fish. With chapters on Starters, Barbecue & Alfresco Eating, Everyday Fish & Shellfish, Special Occasions, Sauces, Side Dishes & Desserts, there is plenty of inspiration for cooks of all levels. More than just a restaurant cookbook, this is a wonderful collection of recipes as well as a timely look at the ways we should be sourcing and eating fish.
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|Size:||255 x 210||ISBN:||9781847738196|
|Images:||100 colour photographs||Format:||Hardback|
"Beautifully photographed and full of tips with straightforward recipes. Do the seafood stuffed squid, which uses a prawn and pea risotto. Delicious!"
This review was posted: 22/06/2011 16:43:26 by Women and Home, Book of the Month
"If you love fish and seafood, this is a must have. The book has more than 90 recipes, plush plenty of fishy facts and practical cooking advice. I cooked scallops with chorizo which was quick, easy and delicious."
This review was posted: 24/06/2011 12:45:41 by Square Meal, July 2011
"Fishy Fishy is leading the way in serving local, seasonal and sustainable fish. This book is a must for all seafood lovers. "
This review was posted: 12/07/2011 16:26:54 by Eat Out, July 2011
"These fabulous dishes are both fresh and simple. "
This review was posted: 12/07/2011 16:27:29 by Bella, 19 July 2011
"The authors share a passion for good food, but more importantly for food that has been locally sourced and is in season. All their passion and expertise is contained in this lovely cookbook, which has over 90 recipes."
This review was posted: 22/07/2011 12:48:15 by Prizes magazine, Aug 2011
"90 recipes for fish and shellfish that are simple to deal with, clearly laid out, photographed with clarity and explained in layman's terms."
This review was posted: 19/09/2011 12:23:46 by Fishy Fishy Cookbook
"Excellent photography brings an atmosphere of the sea. However I found myself more interested in the photography - beautifully styled in blue, than the recipes. There are some good recipes in here - there are some that are too simple to need a recipe and there are plenty of recipes without a photograph. If you are a real fish lover, then I would buy this book. If you want to expand your simple repertoire, give it a go - you'll find many dishes you perhaps have not thought of. If you are looking for fantastic gourmet recipes to dish up to friends then I would give it a miss. A well priced book that offers good value. "
This review was posted: 30/09/2011 10:26:02 by Karen Platt