Nathan Outlaw releases second book 'Nathan Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen’

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Editor 8th May 2014
Nathan Outlaw is today releasing his second book ‘Nathan Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen’ which Nathan Outlawshowcases over 70 recipes encompassing the theme of simplicity: easy-to-prepare recipes based on sustainable species and easy-to-obtain ingredients. His latest innovations are photographed by David Loftus and are divided into chapters by cooking technique: raw, cured, pickled and soused, smoked, steamed, poached, boiled and braised, grilled, barbecued, baked, pan-fried and deep-fried. Nathan begins each with an explanation of the particular technique, revealing the secrets of his simple approach to it, and detailing the varieties he considers best suited to the technique. Some of the recipes include Whisky-cured salmon with kohlrabi and horseradish yoghurt; Scallops with hazelnut butter and watercress; and Seafood burger with celeriac and apple salad, to name a few. And for those who are buying whole fish – or catching their own – there is a step-by-step illustrated guide to their preparation. This is an elegant easy-to-use cookbook for all fish lovers looking for fresh inspiration in the kitchen. Nathan Outlaw is one of the most exciting chefs in Britain today. He gained his first Michelin star at the age of twenty five at The Black Pig in Rock, Cornwall. Since 2011 he has held two Michelin stars for his Restaurant Nathan Outlaw in Rock – the only fish restaurant in the world to have two stars. After qualifying, Nathan gained much of his early experience in Padstow, working for Rick Stein. In 2010 Nathan opened his restaurant to St Enodoc Hotel in Rock and opened a second there, geared to more casual dining: Outlaw’s in Rock, Cornwall. In 2012 he launched Outlaw’s at The Capital, in Knightsbridge, and in 2013 he opened Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen in Port Isaac, Cornwall. Fish Kitchen Nathan is a familiar personality on television with appearances on Saturday Kitchen, Great British Menu and Market Kitchen. He is currently working on a new TV series with Valentine Warner: Hook It, Cook It.   Catch our exclusive interview next week with Nathan about writing the book as well as our competition to win 3 signed copies.

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The  Staff Canteen

The Staff Canteen

Editor 8th May 2014

Nathan Outlaw releases second book 'Nathan Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen’