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Cooking Salmon and Steelhead: From the Water to the Platter
     

Cooking Salmon and Steelhead: From the Water to the Platter

by Scott Haugen, Tiffany Haugen (Joint Author)
 

Never before have so many unique approaches to preparing salmon and steelhead been captured in one volume. With more than 130 recipes, this beautifully illustrated book offers many diverse options. Never again will you wonder how to cook fish.

Combining their backgrounds and worldly travels to nearly 30 foreign countries, the authors integrate many of their

Overview

Never before have so many unique approaches to preparing salmon and steelhead been captured in one volume. With more than 130 recipes, this beautifully illustrated book offers many diverse options. Never again will you wonder how to cook fish.

Combining their backgrounds and worldly travels to nearly 30 foreign countries, the authors integrate many of their favorite tastes into this book. Their studies of spices and culturally rich cooking styles have allowed them to merge distinctly exotic flavors from around the globe.

The result is a collection of unparalleled tastes and easy-to-follow, original recipes. Whether you regularly dine on salmon and steelhead, or simply savor the cuisine on special occasions, this book is a valuable asset to any cook's collection.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781571882912
Publisher:
Amato, Frank Publications, Incorporated
Publication date:
03/28/2004
Pages:
184
Product dimensions:
6.40(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.60(d)

Meet the Author

Since 1968, Scott Haugen has been pursuing salmon and steelhead throughout the Pacific Northwest. Today his travels take him to multiple rivers, from Alaska to California, in search of these exciting fish. As a full-time outdoor writer and TV personality, Haugen spends more than 200 days afield each year. The knowledge he has gained through personal experience is what he loves to share, with the hope that more people will be motivated to participate in the outdoor endeavors he so loves. Scott Haugen, his wife, Tiffany, and their two sons, live near Oregon's McKenzie River, one of the authors favorite streams.

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