Scallops: A New England Coastal Cookbook

Overview

"You have done a wonderful bit of research and it should be known."
-Julia Child

"Tantalizing tidbits for the mind and mouth. This compilation of recipes is an enjoyable blend of culinary creations and scientific research, which traces the voyage of the scallop from spat to table."
-Linda Despres, fishery biologist

From how to buy and prepare scallops to industry insight and cooking tips, this volume offers personal experiences from those who know scallops best. Fishermen, chefs, marine scientists, and others ...

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Overview

"You have done a wonderful bit of research and it should be known."
-Julia Child

"Tantalizing tidbits for the mind and mouth. This compilation of recipes is an enjoyable blend of culinary creations and scientific research, which traces the voyage of the scallop from spat to table."
-Linda Despres, fishery biologist

From how to buy and prepare scallops to industry insight and cooking tips, this volume offers personal experiences from those who know scallops best. Fishermen, chefs, marine scientists, and others share their thoughts, knowledge, and recipes in this collection of New England food and culture.

Offering scallop recipes from starters to entrées, this book celebrates the traditions of the Northeast and honors this memorable mollusk, considered America's most economically important shellfish.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781589809123
  • Publisher: Pelican Publishing Company, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 4/15/2011
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 788,502
  • Product dimensions: 8.10 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 1.20 (d)

Meet the Author

After spending four decades preparing meals for her family and taking gourmet cooking classes, Elaine Tammi enjoys concocting her own recipes. She and her daughter, Karin, have shared their extensive experience by coauthoring articles for Food Arts and Coastal Living magazines and by teaching cooking classes in their local area. She resides in Sandwich, Massachusetts.

Fondly referred to as "The Scallop Queen" by her students at Roger Williams University, Karin A. Tammi manages the Shellfish Hatchery and supervises research in Bristol, Rhode Island. The work she completed on the restoration of bay scallops at the University of Rhode Island proved instrumental in the formation of the Bay Scallop Restoration Project in Massachusetts. As an expert in the field of marine biology, Tammi has been featured on National Public Radio and CNN. She lives in Little Compton, Rhode Island.

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