In this unique and comprehensive book Bart van Olphen travels around the world to visit the most sustainable fisheries. Along with the world-renowned photographer David Loftus, Bart recounts his journey where he lived, fished and cooked with the men, women and children of the world's fishing communities. Highlighting fishermen who responsibly catch their fish and are an example to the rest of the world, Bart's enthusiasm for environmentally responsible fishing is prevalent throughout his recipes, underlining both how easy it is to cook delicious fish dishes, but also to help ensure that future generations can continue to enjoy it. In more than 100 recipes pulled from all over the world, Bart covers everything from a simple supper to a celebratory feast. From French classics like Salmon Gravlax and Salt-cod Brandade to Spanish Boquerones (pickled anchiovies), Canadian Crab Cannelloni and Sardinian Fregola Vongole (a pasta dish made with fresh clams) to Nasi Goreng (an Indonesian prawn stir-fry) and cooking with sea vegetables like samphire and seaweed to creating the perfectly zesty Ceviche, Bart offers clear descriptions and step-by-step instructions for preparing and cooking simple and more complicated fish dishes. So whether you are able to fillet and gut a red mullet or are a first-time feaster, you’ll find everything you need to know in this wonderful book. With extensive photography the book serves as both a guide to fish from around the world, telling the personal stories behind the fisheries, and a compilation of recipes that make the most of responsibly sourced fish for everyday, special occasions; now and for the future.
Easy-to-Make Meals from Ocean to Plate—Sustainably Canned, 100% Delicious
Author: Bart van Olphen
Pubpsher: The Experiment
“Bart van Olphen elevates canned tuna to the heights of deliciousness.”—The New York Times Scrumptious recipes for tuna, mackerel, herring, and more—so tasty, you won't believe it's from a can! Quick: What ingredient is delicious, sustainable, easy to store, and adds protein and healthy fats to any dish? Why, it’s tinned fish, of course! Whether you’re a seafood lover or a home cook craving something new, The Tinned Fish Cookbook is for you. Sustainable fishing advocate Bart van Olphen shines a light on the superstar potential of canned tuna, salmon, anchovies, and more, with recipes that are ready in a jiff. Here are hearty mains from Tuna Lasagna to Mackerel and Potato Frittata, fresh salads like the classic Niçoise Salad and crisp Crab and Fennel Watercress Salad, and creative takes on normally less-fishy fare, such as Anchovy Dumplings, Salmon Pizza, and Quinoa Tabbouleh with Sardines. The possibilities are endless—and the photos by David Loftus are irresistible. What’s more, Bart dives into the wonders of modern fishing and canning, helping you recognize eco-friendly fish, so you can enjoy your ocean-to-plate meal with confidence. There’s more to tinned fish than ever before!
A heart-rending memoir of love, loss and the unique relationship twins share. More than thirty years ago, David Loftus’s cherished identical twin, John, passed away. Ever since, a day hasn’t passed without David feeling the loss. In 1987, after recovering from a brain tumour, John contracted meningitis and found himself back in hospital for treatment. David, as always, was by his side. They were opening their twenty-fourth birthday presents when a fatally miscalculated routine injection forced John into a coma. He died within two weeks. Over the past year, David has spent an hour every day remembering John and recording his story by hand. Diary of a Lone Twin is the product of that daily ritual – a powerful and deeply personal account that covers everything from enchanting and charmingly evoked childhood vignettes to the acute loneliness and raw pain that followed John’s death. In sharing this beautifully written diary, award-winning and internationally acclaimed photographer David Loftus provides a rare insight for anyone who wishes to understand the bond between identical twins, and the unique bereavement of a lone twin that few people will ever experience.
Combining the best ingredients, brilliant recipes and top tricks and tips, Bart van Olphen (of Jamie Oliver’s Food Tube Network) demonstrates the versatility of cooking with the ultimate store cupboard staple. Cooking with Tinned Fish takes you from the pantry to the pan with tasty takes on tuna, salmon, mackerel, mussels and more! "Bart is my fish hero - this book rocks! I'm off to buy some tinned fish." - Jamie Oliver Tinned fish is commonly overlooked and likely not given enough credit – it’s delicious, sustainable and just as good as fresh! Tinned Fish combines the best of both worlds: tinned fish and fresh produce. From simple soups and sauces to sandwiches and wholesome meals find over 44 recipes for Tuna, Anchovies, mussels, salmon, mackerel, sardines, crab, cockles and herring: Tuna: tuna and tomato paste mille-feuilletuna, ailio, bacon and avocado pitta, tacos with fresh tuna salad Anchovy: anchovies with gnocchi and sage, rib eye steak with anchovy butter, anchovy and olive tart Mussels: mussel escabèche with roasted peppers, Spanish tomato rice with mussels Salmon: Salmon tartare, salmon, leek and cream cheese tart, salmon spread, Mackrel: peking mackerel, mackerel with stir friend vegetables and chili sauce Sardines: sardines with burrata with roasted vegetables, sardines with confit thyme and tomato Crab: crab salad with orange and fennel, mushrooms with crab, garlic and Gruyere, plantain, crab and mango chutney Cockles: coqlade, and zucchini and fennel soup with cockles Herring: cauliflower panna cotta with kippers, kipper kedgeree Find these recipes and more in this beautiful and unique cookbook. So stop neglecting the fish in your pantry and start preparing nutritious and fantastic meals with Cooking with Tinned Fish!
A major work of literature, Islands is one of the most important novels to come out of South Africa. Crammed with characters and events, staggering in the scale of its adventures, this epic tale covers the first half-century of Dutch settlement at the Cape.
With enormous enthusiasm for the language of ordinary northerners, this scenic portrait of coastal peoples combines history, etymology, and recollections to record a folk culture that strives to survive against current worldwide trends of uniformity. The examination delves deep into the boat and fishing traditions that shape this small angler community, including smuggling, the scenery, and the surrounding wildlife. The increasing threat that globalization poses to these sea populations makes this an important preservation?as well as an excellent source of factual information and reference material about those who live on the North Sea.