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The Mussel Cookbook

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$23.50 • £18.95 • €21.00

ISBN 9780674595422

Publication Date: 06/01/1979

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168 pages

illustrated

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  • Foreword by Fredrick J. Stare
  • Introduction
    • Why Mussels?
    • Life of the Blue Mussel
    • History in America
    • Farming Mussels
    • Where to Buy
    • Gathering Mussels That Are Safe to Eat
    • Preparing the Mussels for Use
    • Estimating Yield
    • Quantity Preparation
  • The Recipes
    • Simple Dishes to Enjoy Indoors or Out
    • Appetizers, Many Doubling as Main Dishes
    • Soups and Stews, Both Light and Main Dish
    • Salads as Simply Salad or as a Meal
    • Down-Home, Everyday Main Dishes
    • Casseroles American Style
    • Main Dishes with a Foreign Accent
    • Elegant Party Entrées
  • Index

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