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Lobster and Chips Hardcover – 14 Oct 2005
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About the Author
Trish Hilferty is a stunning new talent on the culinary scene and Head Chef at The Fox gastropub in London - The Fox was this year's winner of the Carlton/Tio Pepe Restaurant Awards, 'Best London Gastropub". Originally from Sydney Australia, Trish started her career at the legendary Eagle pub in Clerkenwell. This is her first book.
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on 26 October 2013
Format: HardcoverVerified Purchase
As the cover notes state, this cookery book has over a hundred recipes involving fish and potatoes, something so simple but which combine so well. At the time of publication, (originally 2005), Trish Hilferty was the chef at the Fox Dining Room gastropub in Shoreditch, London. I was interested in this and another cookbook, by the same author, following another reviewer's review for another chef altogether, but was glad I picked up on the reference. The book is divided into 9 sections plus an index: soups, salads, poached, fried, grilled, baked and braised fish dishes, with just potatoes and accompaniments; altogether a pretty comprehensive cookery book for fish and potatoes. With a wedding anniversary coming up, I had no difficulty in selecting 7 dishes to experiment with. I teach professional cookery, so I an familiar with some of the recipes and techniques, but there is a wide range of dishes to try, with enough to stretch anyone who is interested in good gastro-pub cookery without being so challenging as to risk failure. All of the recipes have, presumably, been tried and tested - certainly, the ones I have tried worked well. All-in-all, a good cookery book and definitely worth getting, especially if you are keen on fish.