A Biography of the Fish That Changed the World

Downloadable Audiobook - 2006
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The innocuous cod has been the subject of international wars, national diets, economies, livelihoods, and health in general. Mark Kurlansky approaches the cod with his love of food and food culture, and leaps into history, folklore, and even recipes dating to the fourteenth century and forward. This famous fish spurred interest in the development of North America, and caused a whole nation of people to jump into fishing and ocean exploration. Including world origins, and this audiobook also contains recipes and uses of all kinds for cod.
Publisher: [Beverly Hills, Calif.] : Phoenix Books, 2006
Branch Call Number: eAUDFILE 333.95 KUR
Additional Contributors: Davidson, Richard M. 1940-


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