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Al Brown can be counted on to find and share great New Zealand cuisine. In the bestselling and much-loved Go Fish, Al combines his two great passions — cooking and fishing — to bring us more than 100 exceptional fish and shellfish recipes.

Covering crustaceans, shellfish and fin fish of many varieties, Go Fish is the ultimate guide to sourcing and cooking fish. Showing pass
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Hardcover, 344 pages
Published October 9th 2009 by Random House New Zealand
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Andy
Feb 25, 2013 Andy rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: fish fans and experienced cooks
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This is such a great book but in content and design, educating and entertaining in equal measure and for kiwi fish lovers it's well worth having.

My real only issue (and it's a big one) is that the vast majority of it is too complex for everyday use. You need to be very proficient and have a large pantry to be able to just throw any of these dishes together. Everything is complex. If that doesn't bother you then go for it, but it tends to put me off. It is a lovely book though and probably worth
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Cazna
Nov 14, 2011 Cazna rated it it was amazing
Awesome Al...a totally practical and exciting guide on our Kai Moana. I love the fold out fish guide too. Great idea!
Arna
Dec 15, 2013 Arna rated it really liked it
A beautiful book, with lots of building blocks for preparing seafood favourites at home, but probably not for the absolute beginner.
Annette McIntyre
Al Brown takes you on a trip down memory lane as he remembers going fishing as a child. He is also a top-notch chef and he gives tons of great recipes for using NZ's fabulous sea food
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Al Brown gained a Culinary Arts Degree at the United States' New England Culinary Institute, and then cooked in restaurants in North America and New Zealand. He has hosted master classes at Melbourne Food and Wine, at Savour and at Ruth Pretty's Springfield Cooking School. Since 2003 he has been a culinary ambassador for New Zealand Trade and Enterprise.
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