FISH COOKERY Columbia River Maritime Museum 1969 (Astoria, Oregon)
The American Heritage Book of
Fish Cookery. By Alice Watson Houston,
COLUMBIA RIVER MARITIME MUSEUM AUXILIARY, Astoria, Oregon, 1969.
224 pages including index and many lovely black and white archival photographs. A celebration of the contemporary abundance of American seafood in all its myriad forms. From the sail-finned Arctic char - once declared the most delicious fish in the world by France"s prestigious Cordon Bleu society - to the snook and snappers of the Florida keys. Describes over 100 varieties of fin- and shellfish. Includes preparation techniques and a plethora of recipes.
Two ring binding with one ring missing.