At our cottage, and several times throughout the winter, we like to make beer battered fish and chips, much like you would find in a traditional fish and chip shop, but these are homemade and super deeelicious….
I love fish and chips almost any time and any place, but nothing is as nice as a fish and chip supper with some friends at the cottage!
It’s been awhile since we’ve had some, but I think this weekend, if we make it, will be the weekend for fish and chips….
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, the author of The River Cottage Fish Book
written with Nick Fisher and photographer Simon Wheeler, is more than just a cookbook.
It contains information about fish, their natural habitats, life cycles and how to serve them up! It’s chockablock full of information…I always wanted to write “chockablock” but I am digressing again….
This book has everything you need to know about cooking fish, including pickling, salting, barbecuing, frying, potting, stewing, smoking, and more.
Recipes galor, the complete guide for an amateur camp cook. The authors know of which they speak, Hugh is the award winning author of numerous cookbooks, Nick Fisher is a fishing writer and regular contributor to Shooting Times Magazine and Simon Wheeler is a professional food photographer…which until a few minutes ago, is a profession I have never really considered……
Check out the video, and if you are interested in learning more about fish, and fish recipes, check out their book, The River Cottage Fish Book
If you don’t want to wait for the book, here is a link to a collection of Beer Battered Fish Recipes
mmmmmm um good!!
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