Seafood Lovers' Guide to New England

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New England is synonymous with great seafood––Narragansett Bay oysters, Maine lobsters, Nantucket Bay scallops, chowders, and seafood shacks––and Seafood Lover's New England celebrates the region’s best. Perfect for the local enthusiast and the traveling visitor alike, the book includes: restaurants and shacks; local fishmongers and markets; regional recipes from New England chefs and restaurants; a New England seafood primer (learn about local fish or to shuck a clam or crack open lobster or prepare a seafood ...

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Overview

New England is synonymous with great seafood––Narragansett Bay oysters, Maine lobsters, Nantucket Bay scallops, chowders, and seafood shacks––and Seafood Lover's New England celebrates the region’s best. Perfect for the local enthusiast and the traveling visitor alike, the book includes: restaurants and shacks; local fishmongers and markets; regional recipes from New England chefs and restaurants; a New England seafood primer (learn about local fish or to shuck a clam or crack open lobster or prepare a seafood bake); seafood-related festivals and culinary events; and regional maps. 

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780762786541
  • Publisher: GPP Travel
  • Publication date: 7/15/2014
  • Series: Food Lovers' Series Series
  • Edition description: First
  • Pages: 256

Meet the Author


Linda Beaulieu is an award-winning food and travel writer. She is the author of the Providence & Rhode Island Cookbook (Globe Pequot Press), Divine Providence: An Insider's Guide to the City's Best Restaurants and The Grapevine Guide to Rhode Island's Best Restaurants. She received the prestigious James Beard Award for magazine writing for an article on Native American food, which appeared in the National Culinary Review.
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