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by Martha Greenlaw,Linda Greenlaw

eBook Recipes from a Very Small Island epub
  • ISBN: 1401300731
  • Author: Martha Greenlaw,Linda Greenlaw
  • Genre: Cookbooks
  • Subcategory: Regional & International
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Hyperion; First Edition edition (July 6, 2005)
  • Pages: 240 pages
  • ePUB size: 1143 kb
  • FB2 size 1515 kb
  • Formats lrf lit lrf mbr


Another very nice part of the book is that each recipe is preceded by a brief introduction from either Linda or her mother Martha

at least not totally. But I though "it's just a cook book". Another very nice part of the book is that each recipe is preceded by a brief introduction from either Linda or her mother Martha. Sometimes, it is just a few lines and sometimes it is an amusing little story about some incident with the dish in the past. Every one enhances the recipe that follows.

Linda Greenlaw's three bestselling books about life as a commercial fisherman - THE HUNGRY . Time Magazine called her 2005 RECIPES FROM A VERY SMALL ISLAND, co-authored with her mother Martha Greenlaw, a "must-have cookbook".

Linda Greenlaw's three bestselling books about life as a commercial fisherman - THE HUNGRY OCEAN (1999), THE LOBSTER CHRONICLES (2002) and ALL FISHERMEN ARE LIARS (2004) - have climbed as high as on the New York Times bestseller list. She is the winner of the . Maritime Literature Award in 2003, and the New England Book Award for nonfiction in 2004.

Linda Greenlaw's first book, The Hungry Ocean: A Swordboat Captain's Journey (1999), spent more .

Linda Greenlaw's first book, The Hungry Ocean: A Swordboat Captain's Journey (1999), spent more than six months on the New York Times bestseller list. The Lobster Chronicles followed in 2002, All Fishermen Are Liars in 2004 and Seaworthy in 20011. Before becoming a writer, Linda Greenlaw was America's only female swordfishing captain, a career that earned her a prominent role in Sebastian Junger's The Perfect Storm and a portrayal in the subsequent film. She is also featured on the Discovery Channel series Swords: Life on the Line.

Recipes from a Very Small Island Greenlaw Linda, Greenlaw Martha HarperCollins USA 9781401300739 : Bestselling author Linda Greenlaw has already let readers in on the thrilling, often hilariou. 2005 Язык: ENG Размер: 2. 7 x 2. 4 x . 6 cm Поставляется из: США Описание: Bestselling author Linda Greenlaw has already let readers in on the thrilling, often hilarious onboard lives of fishermen. Now she teams up with her mother to reveal what happens onshore – in fishermen’s kitchens! Дополнительное описание

Greenlaw wrote three best-selling books about life as a commercial fisher: The Hungry Ocean in 1999, The Lobster Chronicles in 2002 and . Greenlaw, Linda; Greenlaw, Martha (2005). Recipes from a Very Small Island.

Greenlaw wrote three best-selling books about life as a commercial fisher: The Hungry Ocean in 1999, The Lobster Chronicles in 2002 and All Fishermen Are Liars in 2002 Greenlaw lives on Isle au Haut, Maine, and was the first female sword-fishing boat captain on the American East Coast. Greenlaw, Linda; Greenlaw, Martha (2011). The Maine Summers Cookbook: Recipes for Delicious, Sun-Filled Days.

Linda Greenlaw, author of SEAWORTHY: A Swordboat Captain Returns to the Sea - Продолжительность: 1. .

Linda Greenlaw, author of SEAWORTHY: A Swordboat Captain Returns to the Sea - Продолжительность: 1:00:12 The Mariners' Museum and Park Recommended for you. 1:00:12. Linda Greenlaw & Steve Wessel of Wesmac Custom Boats - Продолжительность: 3:47 HamiltonMarineInc Recommended for you. 3:47.

In 2005, Linda coauthored Recipes From A Very Small Island with her mother, Martha Greenlaw. The island is Isle au Haut, Maine, where the Greenlaws currently live and where the family has spent summers for generations. Both mother and daughter contributed recipes to the book and Linda wrote a series of essays offering an insider’s view of life on tiny Isle au Haut, including one on the improbabilities of pulling off an authentic clambake. In 2011, they published their second cookbook, The Maine Summers Cookbook: Recipes for Delicious, Sun-Filled Days.

Linda Greenlaw is featured in The Perfect Storm is a NYT bestselling author, latest adventure i.Bimini Twist by Linda Greenlaw is the fourth book in the Jane Bunker Mystery series, another thrilling, small-town mystery set in Down East Maine

Linda Greenlaw is featured in The Perfect Storm is a NYT bestselling author, latest adventure i.Bimini Twist by Linda Greenlaw is the fourth book in the Jane Bunker Mystery series, another thrilling, small-town mystery set in Down East Maine.

Recipes from a Very Small Island, Linda and Martha Greenlaw. Our Kinds of People, Lawrence Otis Graham. Mark Hampton The Art of Friendship, Duane Hampton. Bartleby in Manhattan, Elizabeth Hardwick. A Reason to Believe: Lessons from an Improbable Life, Deval Patrick. The Blood Oranges, John Hawkes. Haywire, Brooke Hayward.

236 pages : 24 cm. An assortment of recipes drawn from the coastal New England culinary tradition features seventy-five recipes for Penobscot Bay Clam Dip, Down East Crab Cakes, Maine Blueberry Pie, and other specialties, accompanied by anecdotes ab. An assortment of recipes drawn from the coastal New England culinary tradition features seventy-five recipes for Penobscot Bay Clam Dip, Down East Crab Cakes, Maine Blueberry Pie, and other specialties, accompanied by anecdotes about seaside life. Beginnings - Lobster, crab, and other shellfish - Fish that swim in the sea - The bean pot and covered dishes - Blueberries and cranberries - Meat and poultry - From the garden - Biscuits and other breads - Plain old-fashioned sweets.

The very best New England recipes from America's most beloved fisherman -- and her mother!

A New England cookbook from Linda Greenlaw and her mother.

Linda Greenlaw has already let readers in on the thrilling, often hilarious onboard lives of fishermen. Now she and her mother reveal what happens onshore -- in fishermen's kitchens. Packed with colorful anecdotes about seaside life and brimming with more than seventy-five delicious recipes ranging from Penobscot Bay Clam Dip and Point Lookout Lobster Salad to Fishermen's Beef with Guinness, Down East Crab Cakes, and Maine Blueberry Pie, this collection showcases the talents and idiosyncratic charms of the Greenlaw family, as well as the delicious cuisine of coastal New England.

Written in Linda's inimitable and witty style, Stuffed to the Gills is a cookbook that you'll want to savor, and you won't be able to resist serving up its delicious New England classics to your hungry crew!

Comments: (7)
Fordregelv
As a CA transplant from New England, this was a breath of fresh air. I also have and have read all of Linda Greenlaw's books. She is awesome. My experience is with sailboats, and have done blue water sailing on a 40 foot Maine schooner, so I appreciate her adventures on the water. Fish and shellfish are ALWAYS worth the price. If everyone knew the dangers to fishermen to obtain their catches, they would not complain about price!
from earth
Having read all of Linda Greenlaw's other books and enjoyed them a good deal, I ordered "Recipes from a Very Small Island" to complete the set! Well, not really...at least not totally. But I though "it's just a cook book".

So you might not be able to imagine my delight when this book arrived and I started to look through it. First of all, the book is just lovely to look at. The photographs of the food by Joseph Deleo and of Isle au Haut, Linda and her parents by Sara Gray are beautiful.

Second, while I admit I have not tested any of the recipes yet, since it just arrived, they look very promising. Many are classics you might expect from a cookbook from 'a very small Maine island' like blueberry pie, chicken pie with herb biscuits, maple flavored baked beans and her mom Martha's famous lobster casserole.
But then there are a number of interesting sounding surprises...crab madeleines, braised lamb shanks with dried apricots, grilled salmon with blueberry corn salsa....beef stifado..
Actually, there is not a recipe in this book that does not sound interesting and worth trying.

Another very nice part of the book is that each recipe is preceded by a brief introduction from either Linda or her mother Martha. Sometimes, it is just a few lines and sometimes it is an amusing little story about some incident with the dish in the past. Every one enhances the recipe that follows.

If you are a fan of Ms. Greenlaw's other books, especially "The Lobster Chronicles: Life on a Very Small Island", I think you will find the ten or so short essays, filled with Ms. Greenlaw's ever present dry humor, throughout the book a lovely addition. The subjects range from "The Beginner's Guide to Clambakes or How to Ruin a Perfectly Good Lobster" to an introduction to "The Pie Lady". Delightful....lol

I am sure this will be a treasured book in my library, not just for the food but for another of Ms. Greenlaw's charming views into life and family on a very small island on the beautiful coast of Maine.
Yndanol
I'm a 5th generation native of Arizona, but I LOVE these recipes from so far away in Maine. The Greenlaws remind me of my own family (except instead of lobster fishermen, we have cowboys!), full of great cooks with a no nonsense approach to most things. Linda's writing is very engaging and often hilarious, and her Mom...well, she's so like my own Mom, I had such nostalgia and tears...(hot dog sandwiches!)
I am an award winning cook and recipe developer, so I pretty much know what works in the kitchen and every recipe in this book is a success.
Well done, ladies!
The Sphinx of Driz
This is the second time I have purchased this book. I loaned the original to a friend months ago and didn't have the heart to ask for it back. The recipes are easy to follow and taste great. I just wish that lobster wasn't so expensive. The stories that accompany the recipes make this book fun to just sit and read. You must check out Linda's description of a clambake. It's hilarious. The lobster recipes are out of this world - there are so many of them. The recipe for Scalloped Scallops is to die for (and very simple). The fish recipes are also super, especially the ones for swordfish. The recipe for Chicken Pot Pie is the one I always turn to. This is one of the few cook books that I never return to my cook book case of over 150 cook books. I turn to it at least once a week.
I'm a Russian Occupant
I bought this cookbook because I like Maine and I like lobster. I was interested in the story of Linda Greenlaw and her mother. I have never made a single thingnfrom the book- while I love lobster, the cost makes it into an occasional treat at our house. The photos are very nice and I will keep the book. I would recommend it to cooks who like Maine and/or cooks who like lobster.
Flathan
Great recipes and a great read!
Modar
It's like taking the stories of Linda's books and expressing them in food. I've had the great pleasure to visit that area of Maine many times 33 years ago, and Linda & Martha's recipes bring me right back to that time.
Very interesting book with a lot of awesome recipes I can't wait to try!
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