Hooked on Herring Jacqueline Hagan

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Hooked on Herring

Jacqueline Hagan

A big feed of herring (known as tommy ruffs on Australia’s east coast) is an intrinsic part of beach holiday nostalgia for thousands of Aussies.  Now you have the perfect collection of recipes from around the world, catering for all palates, including the kids – you won’t ever hear them saying NOT HERRING AGAIN!

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Category

Leisure and Lifestyle

Publication Year

2016

Publisher

Margaret River Press

Edition

1st

Format

Hardback

ISBN13

9780994316844

his collection of recipes and travel anecdotes has been gathered from years of travel and visits to fish markets, fish stands, cafes, restaurants and the kitchens of hospitable locals.

Jacqueline Hagan has travelled extensively with her husband and wherever they venture they take a fishing rod or seek out neighbourhood options for eating fish.  This collection of recipes and travel anecdotes has been gathered from years of travel and visits to fish markets, fish stands, cafes, restaurants and the kitchens of hospitable locals. Some of the recipes are light and healthy, with lots of fresh herbs, salads and vegetables.  Others make heartier meals, just right for those evenings when you are famished after a long hard day out in the sun, swimming, kayaking, playing cricket or walking.  The recipes in this collection will surprise and delight you. Beautifully designed by award winning designer Elissa Webb, this publication with its meticulous and exquisite illustrations will make an ideal Christmas present.

Jacqueline Hagan 

Jacqueline Hagan was temporarily distracted from the pursuit of herring while she pursued a career as a psychologist and management consultant. Along the way, she married a geologist who also happened to love fishing and, together, they set off to discover the world.

Several years later, she and the fisherman returned home to Western Australia with their two sons, where they handed down the pursuit of herring to the next generation.  Jacque now lives in Fremantle, where she and the fisherman spend each summer on their boat at Garden Island. In winter they travel to Europe and South America, in search of new and exciting recipes for the next summer's herring catch.

More than anything, Margaret River Press offers an engaging, approachable alternative to mass publication, selecting those titles that speak to us, and bringing them to you, the reader.

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