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Seafood cookery in North Carolina by North Carolina. Dept. of Conservation and Development

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Published by State Department of Conservation and Development and the Agricultural Extension Service, North Carolina State College in Raleigh, N.C .
Written in English

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ContributionsNorth Carolina State College. Agricultural Extension Service
The Physical Object
Pagination50 p. :
Number of Pages50
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24532466M

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The book is okay but really not what I expected. While I know that North Carolina has it's regional recipes the ones in this book didn't jump out at me and make me wish that I was back home in Eastern North Carolina. I want made from scratch recipes, long slow cooking and maybe something you just whip up because you're in a hurry/5(15).   Publication date Topics Cooking (Seafood) Publisher Raleigh, N.C.: State Department of Conservation and Development and the Agricultural Extension Service, North Carolina Pages: “Carolina Catch: Cooking North Carolina Fish from Mountains to Coast” (UNC Press, $35) contains more than 90 recipes for a wide variety of seafood, but it also contains information on. For more than 30 years, Joyce Taylor taught North Carolinians how to buy, cook and store N.C. seafood. Her book remains as indispensable to seafood cooks as a shrimp peeler. Skip to content.

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“Saltbox Seafood Joint Cookbook speaks to that classic coastal cookery that resonates with folks young and old. Chef Ricky Moore educates us about food and waterways in North Carolina while offering us the best damn chowder you’ll ever eat!”—Mashama Bailey, executive chef, The Grey, and James Beard Award Winner for Best Chef Southeast. Seafood Cookery in North Carolina, 50 page booklet, byNorth Carolina State University. Very Rating: % positive. Red Drum is the state fish of North Carolina and is abundant in the summer and fall months. This easy recipe brings out the delightful flavors of the fish, while not overpowering it. This recipe comes to us from customer Jay S. If you call us or EMail us we'll send you a list or mail you a particular title you might be looking for. But until we get those local titles on line take a look at these great cookbooks below. The photo at left of folks catching their seafood supper is from Walter Gresham's Outer Banks Calendar. To order the calendar EMail us.