Now Available: The Pescatarian Cookbook for Beginners

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If you’re anything like me, you’ve let some healthy nutrition and lifestyle decisions slip during this pandemic. (Hello, I’m the author of a Scandinavian BAKING book!!). I suspect you’re also eager to prioritize healthy habits again. I have good news for you:

After months of working behind the scenes on a special project, I’m excited to announce that my new cookbook—“The Pescatarian Cookbook for Beginners”—is now available, as of July 7, 2020!

We all deserve to feel our best and to thrive, and I’ve learned from experience that the way I eat directly impacts the way I feel.

I created this book with hopes that it will inspire many of you that prioritizing a healthy lifestyle can be totally delicious and satisfying. 

And of course, there’s plenty of Scandinavian recipe inspiration in here as well—including my own recipe for Scandi-style fish cakes with remoulade and white wine-poached cod with creamy dill sauce.

The Pescatarian Cookbook for Beginners is now available. I hope you enjoy it!


Here’s what people are saying about the book:

I’ve been a fan of Daytona Strong’s thoughtfully crafted recipes for years. The Pescatarian Cookbook for Beginners is full of inspiration and approachable recipes to make the transition to a fish-based lifestyle full of health and flavor.

Christy Olsen Field, Taste of Norway Editor for The Norwegian American

If you are looking to add more seafood to your diet, just glance at Chapter 7 on Seafood Entrees. Ivar, our founder, would have been drooling reading these recipes. After reading this book, you’ll want to rush to the Pike Market and pick up fresh chinook salmon or Dungeness crab or PennCove mussels and start cooking tonight. 

Bob Donegan, Ivar’s Restaurants, Seattle

This book takes away all the mystery that surrounds seafood. As someone who grew up close to the sea, I love how this book explains, shows and helps you create the most delicious food. It’s easy, fresh, and oh so doable, even for a beginner.

Paul Lowe, EIC of Sweet Paul Magazine