July 11, 2008, Newsletter Issue #72: Fresh Fish Cookbook

Tip of the Week

There are a variety of cookbooks available to help you prepare fresh fish. You can find them anywhere from bookstores, garage sales, online stores, fish markets, to thrift stores. A very helpful virtual fresh fish cookbook is found on the Red Lobster website, www.RedLobster.com. It contains one section on recipes, and one on seafood cooking tips. It is great help in learning about cooking fresh seafood. You can click on whichever section you are interested in. Or, you can simply click the lower left page corner to go through the entire Virtual Fresh Fish Cookbook. That way you get recipes intermingled with the seafood cooking tips. It all depends on what you want to do.

As far as seafood cooking tips go...Did you know that basil is a great herb for fish? Its sweet taste combines wonderfully with the delightful tastes of a variety of fish. You can also learn about Asian flavors and how to move beyond soy sauce for instance, lemongrass and star anise. Preparing stir fry using Asian seasonings will extend your culinary abilities.

Another useful seafood cooking tip involves learning how to maintain a well-stocked seafood pantry. The Red Lobster Virtual Fresh Fish Cookbook provides you with seafood cooking tips such as having a variety of oils, herbs, condiments, and sauces at the ready. You will also learn about what seafood friendly fresh produce to have on hand in your seafood pantry besides the standard lemons and limes.

The Red Lobster Virtual Fresh Fish Cookbook contains delicious and tempting recipes along with fantastic seafood cooking tips. You will get hungry just reading through it! Check it out. You will be glad you did.

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