It's a local legend sitting just feet above the waters of Puget Sound on Seattle's Shilshole Bay. The view is outstanding, the Café bustling and audacious, and the restaurant elegant with a down home attitude. Simply put, it’s one of the best cold-water seafood restaurants in the world, and the locals call it Ray’s. Ray’s Boathouse: Seafood Secrets from the Pacific Northwest includes everything from appetizers featured in Ray’s Café, like the Seafood Margarita, to tips for buying and cooking perfect salmon. With an introduction by international food writer Ken Gouldthorpe, it contains over 100 recipes for preparing and serving Ray’s best cuisine at home, all triple-tested by Executive Chef Charles Ramseyer and the Ray’s staff. A visual knockout with stunning food photography by Angie Norwood Browne, this highly anticipated cookbook offers an inspiring collection of recipes for cooks who love seafood.