The recipe says snapper and all you have is flounder . . . or You’ve always wondered what to do with those little red fishes you see at the market … or Visitors come unexpectedly and all you have in the pantry is canned tuna . . . A Multitude Of Fishes provides the answers. This is the most comprehensive and practical fish and seafood cookbook ever published for Australia and New Zealand. Ann Creber, acknowledged cookery expert, has selected more than two hundred out- standing recipes, from Good Old Fish ‘n Chips and barbecued prawns through to Quenelles in Champagne Sauce and Crayfish Thermidor. This is the only Australian and New Zealand recipe book to include: sea fish freshwater fish crustaceans molluscs smoked, pickled and salted fish as well as fish sold in cans. With both the novice and the expert cook in mind, Ann Creber sets out clearly how to prepare fish and seafood – from the basics of scaling and filleting through to the more skilled procedures such as slicing sashimi. A special feature of the book is the sub- stitution charts that allow you to prepare recipes using fish other than those specified, and still ensure a marvellous result. In addition to its wealth of recipes and cooking information, this book is an invaluable reference to more than three hundred different kinds of fish and sea- food, giving their flesh characteristics, common names, where they are found, size, weight and much more. A Multitude Of Fishes is filled with use- ful hints, information and recipes that will encourage cooks to celebrate the bounty of the seas. Ann Creber is a food consultant, cookery writer, food stylist and lecturer whose expertise and forthright approach to food and nutrition have established her as one of Australia’s culi- nary experts. She combines enthusiasm for her subject with a professional approach that rests on a combination of long experi- ence, research and testing. She has written a number of excellent books on food and is food editor of Aus- tralian Parents and Chtfd magazine. In addition to writing, food styling and consultancy, she lectures each week to students at the Lincoln Institute of Health Sciences. Ann Creber travels widely and has Mel- bourne as her home base. 223 pages. Hardcover. In good to very good preloved condition with the exception of some wear along the edges of the book cover with an area of fading evident (mainly along the side of the book cover).