"First Catch Your Hare - the ancient cooking books says About Cape Cod Cooking..."

Cape cod cooking.


"There is a tendency nowadays to make a separation between an every day cook and a so-called gourment cook. And the simpler cooks seem to stand in awe. Unfortunately gourmet has become synonymous with fancy and it conjures up the kind of cook who gussies up dishes with rich sauce and goes in for fussy, over-worked dishes. We'd all be better off today if we admitted that there is really no such thing as gourment cooking- there is simply good cooking. It takes more sophistication to know when to serve something simply in its own good juices and more cooking sense - born out of experience - to get perfect results. You get there by trial and error. Experiment when you have the time and inclination but evaluate your own performance critically. Do only what you have the time for, but do it well. And always shop carefully and respect the materials you work with. In other words, care. This is the path to good cooking and we should forget about "gourment". Above all, don't get discouraged if something doesn't turn out perfectly the first time; too many fledgling cooks give up too easily, failing to realize that there are so many small unpredictable elements that confound even the most experienced cook, such as the variables in flour in different parts of the country, which can affect the outocme of a loaf of bread. So try to be resileient in the face of the unpredictable. Think of cooking as more of an art than a science. You'll have much more fun that way and you'll develop far more confidence than if you just rely on formulas." - Preface to The Fanny Farmer Cookbook, Thirteenth Edition, by Marion Cunningham, Bantam Books, 1979.

Since this is about Cape Cod cooking, we will concentrate mainly on cooking fish.

The perfect addition to any fish meal is fish sauce. There are over 100 here.

Ever wonder about those little fishes that taste so salty?

Striped Bass are one of the finest fish to cook. They have great taste and here are eleven striped bass recipes to tickle your palate.



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Cod fish are caught off the banks of Newfoundland, Norway, and the North Pacific. It's where we get cod liver oil. My wonderful Mother thought it would taste better in orange juice ,,,NOT.

Ugh!

Sixty-Seven Cod Fish Recipes Found Here - a veritable treasure of cod fish cooking.

Baked fish is easy and delicious.


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For a SouthEast Asian treat, try fish balls.

Try some cold boiled fish.

Here's a fish recipe from New Brunswick, Canada.

This fish soup was adapted from the Southern coast of France.

A variation on the above Bouillabaisse.

This is genuine French Bouillabaisse.

The perfect solution for leftover fish.

How about a hearty fish chowder?

Boiled fish


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Creamed fish

Curried Fish

Devilled Fish




Devilled Fish

Escalloped Fish

Escalloped Fish au Gratin

Escalloped Fish in shells

Filled Fish is not filling!

Fish Fritters


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Fish in Green Peppers or stuffed peppers with fish

Fish Hash can be used with leftover fish

Jellied fish salad or aspic

Kedjeree or Cadgery or Kedgeree

Fish with Lemon Sauce - delicious!

Baked Fish with Lemon Sauce - scrumptious!

Creamed lemon fish - yummy!

Eel stew, but other fish can be used in Matelote of fish Normandie - yummy soup!

Fish Mousselines - yummy

Fish Patties, use those leftover potatoes - tastes good!

Fish and oyster pie here - heavenly!

Fish Piquant - a little sour is good for your fish!

Pickle your fish for a cool fish dish!

Pot your fish for a cool fish dish!

Rechauffe your leftover fish for a cool fish dish!

Fish Rissoles your leftover fish for a cool fish dish!

Fish Salad for a cool fish dish!

Fish Stew is good on a cold winter's day!

Sweet sour fish is good any day!

Spiced fish is good any day!

Turban of Fish is good any time!

Fish Turbot is a delicate flavor fish with no scales!

Fish Vinaigrette is best with Trout and a flinty Chablis!






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