Review; Fish: Recipes and Techniques for Freshwater Fish by Jon Wipfli

Last year I was fortunate enough to recieve an ARC of the cookbook Fish: Recipes and Techniques for Freshwater Fish by Jon Wipfli through Netgalley. I read it shortly afterwards, but I haven't published the review until now.

Description from Goodreads
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.

My Thoughts on the Book
I liked that this book covered both cleaning (aka gutting, scaling and so on) and recipes. The recipes themselves looked great and I would love to try several of them. I would think this book would be suitable for both those who like to eat fish and those who like to go fishing.

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