The Hive Beach Café Cookbook – available now for Christmas

The Hive Beach Café Cookbook – the ideal Christmas gift


‘The perfect introduction to seafood cookery, courtesy of Dorset’s coolest beachfront café.’ Lesley Waters

The Hive Beach Café Cookbook, featuring more than 100 fish and seafood recipes divided into four seasons, is now available to buy. The ultimate Christmas gift for anyone who loves seafood – or who’s ever enjoyed line-caught Portland seabass or a warming bowl of fish soup by the sea at Burton Bradstock – the book will be published by Bristlebird Books on 1 December.

For more information or to view sample pages, please click here.

Featuring a foreword and four exclusive recipes from celebrity chef and long-time Hive supporter Lesley Waters, the book is edited by former Mr & Mrs Smith editor Rufus Purdy and packed with beautiful images from award-winning photographer Graham Wiffen. It reflects The Hive’s chefs’ passion for sustainability and protecting our dwindling fish stocks. You’re just as likely to discover recipes for cuttlefish, garfish, gurnard and huss as you are to come across innovative new ways to cook lobster, scallops and squid.

The Hive Beach Café Cookbook also makes use of the latest QR-code technology – meaning readers can simply download recipes to their mobile phones before setting out to source the ingredients.

The Hive Beach Café Cookbook, £16.99, is now available to buy from The Hive Beach Café and www.hivecookbook.co.uk

 

 

 

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One Comment

  1. Chloe Tobin
    Posted March 9, 2012 at 8:33 am | Permalink

    Another wonderful lunch last tuesday. Bought the Hive CookBook, which is brilliant. A whole new dimension of cooking fish. LOVED the Carrot Cake and brill to be able to take it home.
    Love to all, Chloe and Michael.

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