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Sea and Smoke: Flavors from the Untamed Pacific Northwest Hardcover – October 27, 2015
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[A]n intimate look inside the creative vision and techniques of chef Blaine Wetzel and his Willows Inn restaurant in Washington State's San Juan Islands. It begins with nearly 100 pages of lush and gorgeously illustrated essays about Lummi Island, its wild foods, fishermen and small farmers, and the daily work of the restaurant over one year
. Any adventurous, experienced cook will find fresh ideas here, and those living near wild places may be inspired to forage for new flavors close to home.
Discover: The beautiful and wild culinary visions of chef Blaine Wetzel.
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"Wetzel's first book is a work of art
The recipes are clearly written, and the adventurous home cook with access to a broad array of ingredients will delight in replicating dishes served at the Willows. For fans of such high-end regional cookbooks as Magnus Nilsson's Faviken and Sean Brock's Heritage.”
"This book is written with passion and talent. It is outstanding. It will make a great gift."―-Edouard Cointreau, President of the Jury - Gourmand World Cookbook Awards
About the Author
Chef Blaine Wetzel has been cooking since age 14, including as chef-de-partie at Noma in Copenhagen. Chef Wetzel was listed by Food & Wine magazine as one of its Best New Chefs of 2012. He was a James Beard Award finalist in 2013, then won the James Beard Rising Star Chef of the Year award in 2014 and Best Chef of the Northwest in 2015. He lives on Lummi Island.
Joe Ray has been writing and shooting food and travel stories around the world for more than fifteen years. His work has appeared in publications including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, WIRED Magazine, and The Guardian. He lives in Seattle.
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