200 pp., 7 x 9, 30 color plates, index, 96 recipes
Hardcover ISBN: 978-1-4696-4050-1
Published: April 2018
eBook ISBN: 978-1-4696-4051-8
Published: March 2018
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In ninety-six dishes, Moose shows how to prepare North Carolina fish and shellfish—freshwater, saltwater, wild-caught, and farmed—in both classic southern and inventive, contemporary ways. The book’s Best Basics section provides a much needed one-stop resource for confident selection, preparation, and storage, and the Think Seasonal section offers a comprehensive list with descriptions and peak availability of North Carolina fish and shellfish. Recipes include suggestions for appropriate alternate fish or shellfish—the idea is to try new varieties in season and support local fisheries. And, as Moose explains, dock-to-door services and local seafood organizations are making sourcing easier for home cooks.
About the Author
Debbie Moose is an award-winning journalist and author of many cookbooks, including Buttermilk and Southern Holidays.
For more information about Debbie Moose, visit the Author Page.
"A great starting point for anyone looking to explore fish."--Ashley Morris, Wilmington-Star News
“Terrific and tantalizing, spritely and informed, Debbie Moose’s Carolina Catch features a wide variety of exciting ways to cook fish, including many interesting regional and international recipes--all of which I want to try.”--Nathalie Dupree, coauthor of Nathalie Dupree’s Shrimp and Grits
“Starting with a quick mountains-to-sea tour explaining how fisheries have created cultures and communities across North Carolina, Debbie Moose offers a friendly and enlightening cookbook that will both comfort and embolden the fish-fearful while tantalizing those of us who love the bounty of our state’s rivers and coastline. Featuring recipes and species suggestions that open a wide world of good eating, Carolina Catch shows that one of the best ways to steward our precious fisheries is to recognize the seasonality of North Carolina’s seafood and cook with it!”--Ann Cary Simpson, interim director, N.C. Catch, and photographer, Little Rivers and Waterway Tales