HOW TO EAT GREEN CRAB-A COOKBOOK of INVASIVE SPECIES HARVESTED ALONG the MAINE COAST By Oliver Curtis

HOW TO EAT GREEN CRAB-A COOKBOOK of INVASIVE SPECIES HARVESTED ALONG the MAINE COAST
HOW TO EAT GREEN CRAB-A COOKBOOK of INVASIVE SPECIES HARVESTED ALONG the MAINE COAST
Item# 978-0-9992350-1-0
$16.95

Oliver Curtis, a junior at Baxter Academy in 2017, spent a year in the Telling Rooms Young Emerging Authors program writing and sketching a cookbook of invasive species. How to Eat Green Crab is packed with scientific information and recipes involving some of Maine's most invasive marine species, told in Oliver's humorous and personal manner. Oliver has his commercial green crab fisherman’s license, and he and his mom have been busily testing recipes for Green Crab, Common Periwinkle, and European Flat Oyster in their kitchen. This book was featured in an article by Mary Pols in the Portland Press Herald and has garnered early attention from local foodies and national scientists alike. Paperback. 54 pgs.