Stalking The Blue-Eyed Scallop
By Euell Gibbons
Euell Gibbons tells how to find marvelous food in every coastal area of North America.This book contains numerous drawings for identification and abounds in recipes and cooking tips from chowders and clambakes all the way to simple epicurean treats such as boiled periwinkles dipped in melted butter.
“(Gibbons) shows how to identify and render palatable some forms not commonly considered food items in this country, such as periwinkles, chitons, dog whelks, goose barnacles, and wild seaside plants, in addition to, of course, the more common shellfish. Those who share Gibbon’s own love for the seashore will be anxious to start nibbling away after reading this. ”
—Vincent Caccese, Library Journal
1964; Alan C. Hood & Company, Inc.; 5.50"x 8.50"; 332 pages; Paperback