Naomi’s book is as beautiful as it is essential. Anyone interested in exploring the bounty of the Northwest’s many rivers, lakes, estuaries and, of course, the Pacific Ocean, should absolutely start here. Beyond the painstakingly thorough and intriguing recipes, The Pacific Northwest Seafood Cookbook
is packed with reference material that is an absolute must for novice and professional cooks alike.
— Bonnie Morales, chef and co-owner, Kachka, Portland, and author of Kachka: A Return to Russian Cooking
Eat Wild to Save Wild is shorthand for the importance of building an economy around our precious wild salmon and other PNW seafood. Ready for the next step? Seattle’s ‘homegrown’ author Naomi Tomky is eager to show you how to perfectly and deliciously Cook Wild.
— Tom Douglas, chef and owner, Tom Douglas Seattle Kitchen
As a born-and-bred Atlantic Coaster, the seafood of the Pacific Northwest had always mystified me. The Pacific Northwest Seafood Cookbook
, packed with recipes and useful tips, perfectly captures the saltwater through line between the region’s diverse cultural influences, both old and modern, all written with the ease and insight of a Seattle native.
— J. Kenji López-Alt, author of The Food Lab
Naomi does a wonderful job of showcasing the bounty of stellar seafood found in the Pacific Northwest and sharing the culture and food of our region.
— Ethan Stowell, chef and owner, Ethan Stowell Restaurants, Seattle