"This cookbook is a reflection of me, here and now, not just me when I was thirty-something and wrote the first edition, but me as a sixty year old-and now a long-time fisherman. If a cookbook is good, has that character, it has gone beyond the primary purpose of instruction and moved on to entertain and inspire. This is accomplished by revealing bias, passion, inspiration, humor, and probably even frailty, those human traits that combine to create an identity, and which are much more robust now that I'm sixty. And yes and hurrah, this is done all in a milieu of cooking and eating wild." So writes Rebecca Gray in the Preface of The New Gray's Fish Cookbook. Revised and updated from its classic predecessor, this beautiful and very useful book treats fish cookery with style, affection and attention to detail. Complete with 67 menus and hundreds of recipes in enticing and imaginative combinations, The New Gray's Fish Cookbook sets a standard of thoughtfulness and quality against which other cookbooks in the field, past and future, should be measured. No important game species is left out. Plan now for culinary evenings built around: Inshore Saltwater Fish; Offshore Saltwater Fish; Fish From the Tropics; Saltwater Bottom Fish; Shellfish; Stream Freshwater Fish; Walleye and Pike; Shad, Catfish, and Smelt; Bass and Panfish Each is a separate chapter in which you'll find complete menus of recipes designed to match the flavor, nature and timing of the main course at hand. Finally, in a chapter called "Basics," Rebecca provides exactly that, and more. Novices and experts alike will find everything they need in The New Gray's Fish Cookbook.