The House of Oysters – an oyster lover’s guide with 60 recipes by Australia ’s A-list chefs
Published by Barilla Bay oyster farm and restaurant, Cambridge , Tasmania
Reprinted and updated by Tas Food Books in 2011
Author: Bernard Lloyd
Photography by Paul County and Nick Osborne
Foreword by Leo Schofield
Publishing Date: Nov 2011 (second edition)
160 pages, Full Colour, 20.5 cm x 19 cm, Hard Cover
RRP Price: $29.95
Website $27.50 inc postage within Australia
Shuck me, Split me, Sip me, inside this award-winning little book is everything you ever needed to know about distinguishing, selecting, storing, shucking, cooking and serving oysters with delicious recipes from Australia ’s most inspired chefs and cooks. Includes new different oyster varieties tasting charts and Australian oyster festival information and recipes from Pete Evans, Maggie Beer, Stephanie Alexander, Tetsuya Wakuda, Mark Best, Meyjitte Boughenout, Serge Dansereau, Justin North, Steven Snow and Simon West.
Winner of The Gourmand International Best Australian Seafood Cookbook award in 2008. Australia ’s best-selling oyster cook book.
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