“Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime. Unless he doesn’t like sushi—then you also have to teach him to cook.”
—Auren Hoffman, Internet Herald editor and philosopher
Whether fried, baked, pan-seared, or grilled, fish fits any plate and is sure to please any crowd. The fifth volume in the Louisiana Seafood Bible Series, this collection offers fish lovers a taste of Louisiana’s freshest catches. An assortment of more than seventy-five home-style dishes is included, such as fish nachos, Louisiana Bouillabaisse, and CenLA Seafood Jambalaya.
More than 280 mouth-watering photos accompany the recipes, giving cooks—from beginners to experts—a glimpse at what their dishes will resemble. Also included are facts about our aquatic friends, discussions on the Louisiana seafood industry, and a fascinating essay following a first-hand account of the life of a fisherman. Each delectable entrée has been home-tested by husband-and-wife-team Jerald and Glenda Horst, who have collected and tested fish recipes for decades.
About the Authors
Jerald Horst is a retired fisheries biologist who taught at LSU for thirty years. He received a MS in fisheries from Louisiana State University and is a member of the Louisiana Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Horst is the co-author of Pelican’s Angler’s Guide to Fishes of the Gulf of Mexico
and the Louisiana Seafood Bible Series.
Glenda Horst was born and raised on Bayou Sorrell, Louisiana. The daughter of a commercial fisherman, she learned the basics of Cajun cooking from her mother.Horst resides in Franklinton, Louisiana, with her husband, Jerald. Together, they authored Pelican’s Louisiana Seafood Bible Series, which includes The Louisiana Seafood Bible: Shrimp, The Louisiana Seafood Bible: Crawfish, The Louisiana Seafood Bible: Crabs, and The Louisiana Seafood Bible: Oysters.