For anyone interested in finding a healthy alternative to red meat, this book is a helpful resource. With classic dishes like "Beer-Battered Cod" and "Mussels Pro-vencal," and more adventurous dishes like "Octopus, Crushed Tomatoes, and Kalamatas over Pap-pardelle" and "Malaysian Fish Soup" there is something for everyone. [A] fine guidebook for learning to deal with a cornucopia of seafood.”
Francine Segan, author of Dolci: Italy’s Sweets and Opera Lover’s Cookbook
Destined to become a classic, Fish Market is the only seafood cookbook you’ll ever need! Deftly written, with clear, easy-to-follow directions. Perfectly spiced with helpful hints, Kathy's splendid book both demystifies and inspires. Enticing recipes, from simple to sublime, are perfect for both experienced gourmets who would like to discover new types of fish and novice cooks wanting to eat less meat.”
Louisa Kasdon, The Phoenix Magazine
I love this book! It takes the grim out of the seafood and sustainability conversation and replaces it with joy. Love the fish-by-fish recipes with offbeat but easy flavors. Makes me want to try out a new fish, and new fish recipe, every day of the week.”
Melissa Kogut, executive director of Chefs Collaborative
"Fish Market is an invitation to be adventurous and to make sustainable choices when it comes to eating and preparing seafoodand also a wonderful personal chronicle of a food journey."
Jim Breslin, PheonixvilleDish.com
With catchy names, like A Bevy of Bivalves’ and A Collection of Crustaceans,’ Fish Market caters to even the most novice of cooks with organization and clarity.”
About the Author
Combining her passions for cooking and writing, Kathy Hunt has worked as a nationally syndicated food writer for the Tribune Company since 2006. Her articles appear in over 25 major newspapers including The Chicago Tribune, LA Times, and Baltimore Sun. She is a regular contributor to the online culinary publication zesterdaily.com. For almost 15 years she has cooked for and lived a pescetarian lifestyle. She divides her
time between Collegeville, PA, and New York, NY.