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Water Your Mind—Feed Your Body from the Ocean

Not an ocean in sight, but fear not, wonderful sea inspired meals can be prepared at any skill or sea level.


Fish on a First-Name Basis: How Fish is Caught, Bought, Cleaned, Cooked, and Eaten
TX747.D38 2006

I want to cook fish. What kind do I get? Where should I buy it? What do I do with it once I take it home? Questions such as these are answered, making you an afishionado in no time.


Bottomfeeder: How to Eat Ethically in a World of Vanishing Seafood
TX385.G68 2008

Traveling around the globe, Grescoe exposes practices of the seafood industry while creating a balanced guide to encourage conscientious eating choices for our environment, our palates and our bodies.


The New Seaweed Cookbook: A Complete Guide to Discovering the Deep Flavors of the Sea
TX402.M324 2007

Interested in tasting the ocean without consuming creatures inhabiting the sea? Seaweed, as unassuming as it is, is rich in iodine and minerals. Reap the health benefits of seaweed as you easily produce simple recipes in your humble kitchen.


Fish Without a Doubt: The Cook's Essential Companion
TX747.M66 2008

An authoritative, friendly, and inclusive blueprint that includes recipes ranging from classics and old favorites to quick weeknight dinners.


The Sushi Lover's Cookbook: Easy-to-Prepare Sushi for Every Occasion
641.692 U42

Japanese cooking expert Umemura Yumi will inspire the novice sushi maker to explore traditional and new ways to enjoy sushi. Impress your guests with beautifully prepared food that's delicious to eat and pretty look at.


The Summer Shack Cookbook: The Complete Guide to Shore Food
TX747.W445 2007

Wish summer could last forever? In this collection, you will discover over 200 easy to make summer foods to enjoy in your kitchen all year long. Includes pretty pictures too!