The Kitchen With the Pike Place Fish Guys because I'd love to expand my limited fish cooking knowledge. If you've never been to Pike Place Market, I'm sure you've heard of the guys who throw the fish:
Having been to Pike Place Fish Market hundreds of times, I knew these guys know how to cook their fish. The recipes in this book are recipes that they've made or their customers have made over and over again. While having fun is one thing the Pike Place Fish Guys like to do, eating quality seafood is another.
The beginning of the book talks about different types of fish, how to select the right fish, and how to save money while buying fish. I also learned how to fillet a fish, shuck an oyster, and clean a Dungeness crab in the first chapters of this book.
My favorite recipes were in the Tuesday Night Tuna section. These are recipes that are perfect for a weeknight dinner. I made Grandpa Czerwonka's BBQ Shrimp:
I'd also like to make their Coconut Maple Salmon and Nut Crusted Tilapia.
I highly recommend In The Kitchen With The Pike Place Fish Guys to those who love fish as well as those who would like to learn to cook it more. I can't think of a better group of folks to learn from!
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