ABOUT THIS BOOK
PUBLICATION DATE: October 7, 2021
The Tobermory Seafood Bible
By (author) Sally MacColl; Illustrated by Bob Dewar
In today’s world of ready meals and snacking, the value of healthy eating has never been more important. Seafood is one of the healthiest things you can put on your plate: fish is good for the heart, improves circulation, keeps your joints mobile and your eyes healthy, and is packed with minerals. There’s even evidence it can boost your brain power.In this book, Sally MacColl presents 50 delicious tried-and-tested seafood recipes featuring produce from the waters around her home island of Mull, including salmon, trout, haddock and mackerel as well as mussels, langoustine, lobster, scallops and crab.Arranged in five main sections – Quick and Easy Fish Recipes, Quick and Easy Recipes with Smoked Fish, Quick and Easy Recipes with Shellfish, Favourite Fish Recipes, and Sides and Sauces – and featuring a host of mouth-watering dishes, from Smoked Salmon Hash to Scallops with Island Black Pudding and Garlic Butter, Sally also includes useful information on buying and preparing fish.
Sally MacColl was born and brought up on the beautiful Hebridean island of Mull, where she is co-owner of the Tobermory Fish Company, a family-owned business since 1971.Bob Dewar has illustrated over 40 books, and his work has featured in the Scotsman, Herald, Sunday Post and Scottish Field.
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