From Rhode Island to Maine―80 locally inspired seafood recipes that honor the coastal traditions of America’s northeast.
Few dishes conjure as much New England nostalgia as clam chowder. But the northeast coast of America can stir up even more creative soups and stews than this traditional favorite. From forgotten classics like clam chowder’s Portuguese-influenced cousin, and fresh new flavors like Autumn Monkfish Stew, Malty Mussels Soup, and seasonal clam boils, this comprehensive cookbook embraces the locavore movement and sustainable seafood to expand our soup horizons.
Complete with easy recipes for seafood broths and stocks, 33 native fish and shellfish profiles, and advice on how to befriend your local fisherman, New England Soups from the Sea will have readers feeling confident in their seafood knowledge and how to invent their own soups from New England’s ocean bounty. Paired with bright photography and the welcoming voice of a local New Englander, food writer Craig Fear boils all the charm of a seaside town into delicious, warming flavors.