This critically acclaimed title is Mitch Tonks' debut cookbook. Featuring more than 150 recipes that are simple to cook and which produce fantastic results, this is much more than... Read more
This critically acclaimed title is Mitch Tonks' debut cookbook. Featuring more than 150 recipes that are simple to cook and which produce fantastic results, this is much more than just a collection of chef's recipes. The book is the perfect introduction to cooking with fish, with enough versatility throughout to inspire even the most accomplished fish cook The watchword throughout is simplicity. This visually stunning book features the work of Carlo Chinca, whose striking photography plays surrealistically with Mitch's recipes, helping to convey the rich talents of an exciting new arrival on the cookery scene.
Mitchell Tonks is an award-winning cookery writer, restaurateur and co-founder of the highly praised and award-winning FishWorks Seafood Cafes and Fishmongers. Mitchell has worked tirelessly to educate the nation in the wonderful ways of seafood through his restaurants, television appearances, books, cookery schools and demonstrations. He is author of the Andre-Simon-shortlisted FishWorks Seafood Cafe Cookbook (Absolute Press) and also the award-winning The Fishmonger's Cookbook. Mitchell Tonks continues to oversee the opening of new FishWorks restaurants in London and the South of England. When he is not busy with one of his many projects and passions, he is to be found enjoying weekends in his home town of Bath, shopping for food, meeting friends and cooking for family on his beloved black four-oven Aga.
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