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Everyday Fish & Seafood

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Featuring 35 delectable recipes for fish and seafood, this mini collection provides a good mix of Asian and Western fare suitable for daily meals, from Tom Yum Soup and Salmon Kamameishi, to Seafood Mariana and Baked Mussels. With recipes for easy one-dish meals that are quick and satisfying, as well as hearty sides dishes that can be paired with rice or noodles, feast on fish and seafood dishes for your next meal with the family or gathering with friends!


Food For Thought: Fish And Feather

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Simon Courtauld's beautifully written musings from "The Spectator" extolling the virtues of fish, poultry and feathered game are gathered into one elegant volume.

In Food for Thought Fish and Feather: A Culinary Tour of Britain's Seas and Skies, the author navigates sea and sky to provide illuminating culinary insights into seasonal produce; from pigeon to perch to grunting gurnards he enlightens us on which corners of the world, and their markets, you'll find the best-valued and best-flavoured morsels, and how to cook and eat them in style.

Discover some outstanding recipes and their origins such as 'Txangurro' - a crab dish from the Basque country, 'Bestilla' - Moroccan pigeon pie, Octopus boiled in metal drums in Galicia, northern Spain, not to mention Haddock 'Monte Carlos' - said to have been invented for those tired and jaded after gambling in the casinos. You will also find out how to tell a carpet-shell clam from a smooth venus (and how to make them jump onto the sand when you catch them), why a monkfish's tail is so highly prized by Venetians and when and where to look forward to the annual crayfish run.

Food for Thought Fish and Feather: A Culinary Tour of Britain's Seas and Skies highlights which beasts are under-appreciated (whiting, spider crab), over-priced (monkfish) and over-fished (cod). Balancing flavour and taste, health and ethics with equal panache, it is clear that foodies everywhere can learn a great deal from Simon Courtauld's hardworking taste buds and reap some tasty rewards.


Food And Drink In American History [3 Volumes]

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The expression "you are what you eat" certainly applies to Americans, not just in terms of our physical health, but also in the myriad ways that our taste preferences, eating habits, and food culture are intrinsically tied to our society and history. This standout reference work comprises two volumes containing more than 600 alphabetically arranged historical entries on American foods and beverages, as well as dozens of historical recipes for traditional American foods; and a third volume of more than 120 primary source documents. Never before has there been a reference work that coalesces this diverse range of information into a single set. The entries in this set provide information that will transform any American history research project into an engaging learning experience. Examples include explanations of how tuna fish became a staple food product for Americans, how the canning industry emerged from the Civil War, the difference between Americans and people of other countries in terms of what percentage of their income is spent on food and beverages, and how taxation on beverages like tea, rum, and whisky set off important political rebellions in U.S. history.


Curious George Goes Fishing

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Inspired by a vignette in the classic Curious George Flies a Kite, this amusing episode shows George at his curious best trying to catch a fish.


Interdisciplinary Food Safety Research

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Recently there has been a growing awareness of the need to conduct sound and inclusive interdisciplinary research in key academic and applied areas. Interdisciplinary Food Safety Research answers the increasing calls to better understand and analyze the impact of food safety efforts. By collecting a wide range of multidisciplinary examples, the text identifies important areas of research while providing a resource for future group-building activities.
Topics covered include:
Food research safety teams
E. coli contamination in a beef slaughterhouse
Costs of pathogen reduction strategies for Australian beef slaughter plants
Food safety and quality assurance in the food chain
Phytosanitary barriers to trade
Food safety issues in developing nations
Product liability and food safety
Consumer acceptance of irradiated meats
Food safety control for retail butchers
Bases of food safety concerns
Future needs
This book encourages comprehensive research by recognizing significant early efforts and considers a range of food safety problems, research techniques, and solutions. The use of global examples and interdisciplinary team-based reports, along with information from the fields of academia, government, and industry, makes Interdisciplinary Food Safety Research an important resource for enhancing the safety of our food supply.



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