200 Best Canned Fish & Seafood Recipes Cookbook Review

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200 Best Canned Fish and Seafood Recipes

  • Author: ?Susan Sampson
  • Reading level: Adult non-fiction reference
  • Paperback: ?288 pages
  • Publisher: Robert Rose (September, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 978-0-7788-0415-4
  • SRP: $24.95

I watched my mother make clam chowder with veggies from roadside stands and freshly dug clams. ?Years later ?my cousin and I made our own white clam sauce. ?Eventually local waters became polluted, and the state restricted size, limits, and seasons. ? Mom died. ?I had a growing family, a budget, and a full time job. ? Accordingly meal styles changed drastically.

Cooking today is different–more varied, simpler, ?healthier. ?As a resource, 200 Best Canned Fish and Seafood Recipes opens the world of canned seafood with comprehensive sections on appetizers, snacks, soups, salads, sandwiches, wraps, fish burgers, fish cakes, ?fish balls, curries, casseroles, pies, pizzas, pasta, rice, grains, breakfast, lunch, brunch. ?There is something for everyone within this cookbooks Its full index, substitution charts, and easy-to-follow recipes.

Even though I enjoy fish and crustaceans, ?I don’t cook them much because #1 Hubby hates fish; #2 I don’t keep either fresh or frozen ones stocked in my larder. ? You see I am spur-of-the moment cook. Then one word in the title kicked into my brain – CANNED – recipe problem solved.

Me I love crab. ?Too bad the only thing I ever knew until now is how to do is boil it. ?Quote the raven, “Nevermore.” ?Now I have seventeen listings for crabs from hors d’oeuvres to soup to salad to entree. ?Who says variety is the spice of life? ?My favorite sandwich even as a toddler was the classic BLT. ?Susan Sampson’s recipe adding one special ingredient changed that. Sixty+ years later it is now CBLT. ?Time to broaden horizons and try more recipes.

Cannery ?products last longer than au naturel and are already cleaned. Hey, I have previously bought ?tins of tuna, salmon, sardines, shrimp, anchovies, and crabs with good results. ? They make for fast healthy salads. ? Sure I have to adjust ?salt ?in preparations. Rinsing in cold water really helps.

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