Now that we’ve finished reading about birds and learning how to identify all those wonderful shorebirds, let’s get ready to catch and serve up some fish!
The Cordova Public Library has an amazing array of cookbooks that include recipes for our Alaskan seafoods.
Stop in now and check these out:
The Fiddlehead Cookbook
by Nancy and John DeCherney, Deborah Marshall, and Susan Brook
Recipes from Alaska’s most celebrated restaurant and bakery.
Alaskan Wild Game Cookbook
by Phyllis Fisher
The Riversong Lodge Cookbook
by Kirsten Dixon
What Real Alaskans Eat — Not your Ordinary Cookbook
by J. Stephen Lay.
Featuring cranberry moose chili, roasted beaver, Russian Salmon Pie and more!
The New Alaskan Cookbook
by Kim Severson
In a state where weather, geography, and even the palate of the population can pose a serious challenge in the kitchen, Alaska’s best chefs keep a big bottle of creativity within arm’s reach. From the fat diver scallops of Kodiak Island to the prized salmon from the Copper River, here are 120 recipes that will conjure up the wonder of the Alaskan experience for home cooks everywhere.
The Salmon Cookbook
by Teresa Kaye
Tin Fish Gourmet
by Barbara-jo McIntosh
by Jennifer Thompson
Perfect for those cooking on their boats!
The Cordova Public Library is open 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday, and noon to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Closed Mondays.