Fish On A First-Name Basis (Hardcover) by Deborde, Rob
Hardcover; Published 3/16/2006; 208 Pages; ISBN 9780312342203
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Where should you buy fish? How should you prepare it? And what+s in a name? If you're a fish, quite a bit. Culture, history, mythology, marketing...all of these can be found in the names of everyday seafood, but knowing the names is just the beginning, and that's where Fish comes in. For example, do you know:
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Buy fish the day you plan to cook it and keep it in the coldest part of the fridge (all the way in the back). Or keep it on ice in a colander set in a bowl, which should keep it good for a day or two. Freezing fish makes it a little mushy; fine for broiling or stews, not great for sautes.