A popular blogger explains how to hunt, fish and forage for all kinds of wild foods and then provides recipes for preparing these natural delicacies--from Homemade Root Beer to Sardinian Hare Stew to Acorn-Flour Pasta.If you angle your knife from right behind the head down toward the fisha#39;s vent, you can get most of the innards with that one chop. The result is little afish biscuits, a ideal for dredging in flour, egg, and bread crumbs and then frying. ... save the large fillets for something more refined, such as steaming in parchment or in a Chinese steamer, or poaching gently in olive ... Dona#39;t worry about the long cooking time or the amount of oil in this: You can strain and reuse the oil, and the stove is off foranbsp;...
|Title||:||Hunt, Gather, Cook|
|Publisher||:||Rodale - 2011-05-24|