Fish (Hardcover)

Recipes and Techniques for Freshwater Fish

By Jon Wipfli, Colleen Eversman (By (photographer))

Harvard Common Press, 9780760364079, 160pp.

Publication Date: June 11, 2019

List Price: 25.00*
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Description

From water to table, Fish—author and chef Jonathan Wipfli’s follow-up to Venison—shows you how to responsibly harvest and clean freshwater game fish throughout the seasons, and how to cook them perfectly. Be the star fisher and chef at every dinner and cookout!

Written by the author and chef behind Venison and a Minneapolis-based catering services company specializing in wild game, Fish takes readers through Jonathan Wipfli's techniques for efficiently processing and cleaning game fish, as well as a raft of 50 contemporary recipes for dishes and accompanying sides. Addressing the most popular freshwater game fish pursued by North American outdoors enthusiasts—including walleye, pike, catfish, trout, salmon, bass, panfish, and more—Fish puts a new foodie-friendly spin on game fish cookery.

All the recipes and accompanying accoutrements and sides are beautifully photographed and presented. The result is a game fish cookbook like no other, whether you're new to fishing or a veteran enthusiast.


About the Author

Jon Wipfli is a Midwest native dedicated to cooking with local and sustainable ingredients. As graduate of the French Culinary Institute of New York, he has traveled the country developing an extensive cooking repertoire. Jon has worked in the kitchens of restaurants such as Marlow and Sons, Cookshop, and as sous chef at James Beard Award–nominated The Bachelor Farmer. After a decade of cooking in restaurants, he moved on to form The Minnesota Spoon, through which he offers personal chef and catering services as well as technique-based cooking lessons for all ages. Jon is also a regular food writer for The Growler magazine.

Colleen Eversman is a Minneapolis-based photographer who's been photographing life's gamut, from people to food to destinations, since 2013. She derives much of her creative inspiration from traveling to foreign places, finding new ways to manipulate light, and other art mediums, like poetry and film.