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Fish Without a Doubt by Rick Moonen & Roy Finamore

JoanN | Jan 3, 200904:26 PM     49

I believe it was ChefJune who first turned me on to this book in one of the COTM suggestion threads. I already owned a bunch of fish cookbooks, but after taking this out of the library I decided I needed to own this one too. There seemed to be some small amount of enthusiasm for having this book as a COTM selection at some point, but I decided not to wait. I’ve been cooking from it a bit and am very pleased with everything I’ve made so far. I’m eager to hear what others have made from this book, so am starting a thread in the hope that those who have been cooking from it for a while will chime in with recommendations.

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