The Taste of Gloucester: A Fisherman's Wife Cooks

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Written and compiled by the Fisherman's Wives of Gloucester 

Though the days are gone of the high-masted schooners which originally made Gloucester famous, the city is still a working fishing port, unique for its spirit of community. Not only Gloucester's fishermen, but also her poets, her artists and craftsmen, her industries and her cuisine all reflect her continuing ties with the sea.

The fishing families of Gloucester come from many backgrounds: Italian, Portuguese, Scandinavian, etc. Written and compiled by The Fisherman’s Wives of Gloucester, these women share their culinary secrets and recipes, many of which have been passed down through generations.

Softcover, 104 pages 

Copyright 1976 Gloucester Cookbook Committee