The Magic of Tinned Fish
Whether mixed with mayonnaise to make a salad or infused in a tomato sauce and served over pasta, tinned fish are an economical and flavorful addition to most anything you cook. Tinning fish is an old-world preservation method that gives us modern convenience. These fish-anchovies, mackerel, sardines, octopus, and squid, among others-are packed at their peak of freshness, meaning you get all the flavor at a fraction of the cost of buying fish fresh. The 75 recipes range from the simplest snack (try sardines on a Wasa cracker with mustard and lemon) to dishes for holiday entertaining (like a lamb roast studded with anchovies and served with rosemary roasted potatoes).