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Tin to Table: Fancy, Snacky Recipes for Tin-thusiasts and A-fish-ionados (Anna Hezel)

Tin to Table cracks open the secrets of tinned fish cooking with over 50 recipes, from no-fuss snacks to fresh salads, hearty mains, and creative no-recipe recipes for quick pop-and-eat meals.From the sparkling shores of the Mediterranean to the salmon smokehouses of Alaska and the deep blue coves of Spain and beyond, tinned seafood offers a world’s worth of flavorful meal inspiration. Sail through the pages of this rich, briny guide to discover how to bring more tasty tinned seafood into your life and onto your plate.

Just as carefree and delicious as the contents of the tins themselves, the recipes in 
Tin to Table offer an ocean of knowledge and cooking inspiration, whether you’re enjoying these preserved delicacies straight out of the can or using them as a base for fancy dinner party fare, including:

Triple Pickle Smoked Salmon Butter Sandwich
Canned Clam Garlic Bread
Sardine Curry Puffs
Caesar Popcorn (Negronis optional!)
Tuna Noodle Casserole 2.0 with Salt and Vinegar Crumbs
Vermouth Hour Potato Chips with Mussels, Olives, and Piparras
Mac and Mack(erel)

Anna Hezel uses her keen food wisdom to help you discover tasty meal inspiration and navigate you through the world of tinned seafood with handy field guides, smart pairing suggestions, and shopping resources, so you can live that breezy, tinned-fish life anywhere or anytime. TINNED FISH MANIA: These canned goods aren’t just for survivalists—they’re luxury imports, souvenirs, and collectibles. We’ve reached an age, as 
Eater has pointed out, where Americans are willing to spend $45 on a tiny tin of conservas (as they’re often called in Spain and Portugal) to snack on while they sip their wine. Bon Appétit is suggesting them as all-purpose stocking stuffers. Tinned, canned, jarred, preserved: these sea creatures are a pantry must-have. And Tin to Table shows you how to use them all!