She got the cookbook from the actual Fiddleback restaurant in Alaska. The book itself has a large number of salmon and halibut recipes. So I thought I'd recommend it. Heck, you can get it used on Amazon for less than $5 and, trust me, that lime butter recipe is worth that much alone!
Hi, I'm actually just finishing up Pollan's 'In Defense of Food'. I'll admit that some parts lost my interest a bit - but, overall, great info! I especially liked the last part of the book, which outlined some of the food rules.
Another book I really liked recently was 'Master Your Metabolism', by Jillian Michaels. Some really interesting stuff in that book, regarding healthy eating (though, it too had some less-than exciting parts, haha). And I guess she's a pescatarian, too! (she doesn't mention it in the book)
I mentioned this in the Fish and Chat topic, but it fits here, too.
I picked up Michael Pollan's Food Rules yesterday. It fits very well with any attempt to improve the quality of food being eaten. It provides 64 Rules to support the idea of his In Defense of Food -- "Eat food. Not too Much. Mostly plants."
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