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Some experts say you shouldn't eat anything that your grandparents wouldn't recognize as food. This cookbook will help you achieve that goal. Included within are one hundred and fifty recipes which are seafood based contributed from personal recipes. All are from rural areas, mainly Midwestern though women from all over have happily added their versions of these traditional and not-so-traditional recipes. This book is dedicated to all those "old" ladies out there who contributed to this book. Willingly or otherwise and whether they know it or not.Included are recipes for tuna, crab, shrimp, snapper, mackerel, scallops, frog legs, oysters, clams, crawfish, salmon, trout, swordfish and more!
145 Fish, Oysters and See Foods recipes of World Famous Chefs from United States, Canada and Europe. "PREFACE In presenting to the public this book on FISH, OYSTERS AND SEA FOODS we feel that we are presenting the most complete authoritative and up-to-date book ever prepared on the subject. The contributors being the finest chefs in the United States, Canada and Europe insure every recipe shown as right. These world-famous chefs have given us their special recipes, and they have made the explanations so plain and so complete that any one can readily understand them."
Seals, otters, oysters, fish, pelicans, and sharks are a few of the animals that make up an ocean food web. But did you know that almost all ocean creatures depend on algae to live? Or that bacteria, crabs, and lobsters break down dead plants and animals into nutrients? See ocean food webs in action in this fascinating book.
Fishing, A Very Peculiar History explores one of the most ancient and popular pastimes in the world in the unique Cherished Library style, packed full of fascinating facts, quirky trivia and mind-boggling statistics. Rob Beattie tackles everything from the history of fish and chips to fish that look like celebrities and from what the well-dressed angler is wearing this season to brave fishing adventures and different fishing techniques from around the world. Fact boxes, a full glossary and index make the book both fun and informative to use. The text is enlivened with black-and-white line drawings and full-colour endpapers. Whether you read a page, a chapter or a whole book, you won't be able to help but be intrigued, and amazed at how much information is packed into a Cherished Library title.
This bestselling reference bridges the gap between the introductory and highly specialized books dealing with aspects of food biochemistry for undergraduate and graduate students, researchers, and professionals in the fi elds of food science, horticulture, animal science, dairy science and cereal chemistry.
Now fully revised and updated, with contributing authors from around the world, the third edition of Biochemistry of Foods once again presents the most current science available. The first section addresses the biochemical changes involved in the development of raw foods such as cereals, legumes, fruits and vegetables, milk, and eggs. Section II reviews the processing of foods such as brewing, cheese and yogurt, oilseed processing as well as the role of non-enzymatic browning. Section III on spoilage includes a comprehensive review of enzymatic browning, lipid oxidation and milk off-flavors. The final section covers the new and rapidly expanding area of rDNA technologies. This book provides transitional coverage that moves the reader from concept to application.
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