Seafood Cookbook Content


“Seafood Recipes from Maine to Monterey”

A 60 page, handwritten cookbook, from the personal recipe files of the author covering the following categories:

Seafood Cookbook

Seafood Cookbook

New England Seafood Recipes

Eastern Shore Seafood Recipes

South Eastern Seafood Recipes

West Coast Seafood Recipes

Lakes and River Seafood Recipes

The following is an illustration of the Table of Contents from the Medford House Seafood cookbook.  The 60 page cookbook includes 52 recipes for native fish species from all the major regions of the US.  Also included in the cookbook are preparation instructions for lobsters, crabs, clams and fish, as well as helpful fish facts. Each of our recipes are kitchen tested and are in the original notes format.  There are numerous illustrations and preparation tips to make your cooking efforts successful. Each chapter features seafood that is locally available at your “fish monger” or local supermarket.

The Medford House “Maine to Monterey Seafood Cookbook is provided in PDF format.  The download file can be printed on high quality paper, such as a nice ivory linen stock, in an 8 1/2″ x 11” size, three hole punched and inserted into a binder for convenient reference.

Here are a few examples of four of the pages from the New England Chapter of the cookbook.

The hand printed format makes it a great crafters resource.  If you give baked goods or food items as Christmas gifts you could print out the pages of the cookbook onto colored paper and use it to wrap your culinary gifts. It makes the perfectly unique gift. In the MEMBERS ONLY be sure to see additional ideas.

Not convinced yet? I will sweeten the “pot”. If you order any of the Medford House Cookbooks you will receive a TWO valuable BONUS ITEMS:

BONUS #1: Early American Cookbook

“A Collection of recipes that have withstood the test of time” along with “Some Whimsical Stories that Probably Will Not”

A 65 page, handwritten, cookbook with recipes that have had their origin in Early Colonial times updated for today’s tastes in the following categories:

Early American Cookbook

Early American Cookbook

Chapter I: Soup From early colonial times soups were a method to combine several ingredients available at the time. This chapter shares some of the soup recipes that were popular then and now.

Chapter II: Breads From early kitchens, breads were a mainstay of each meal.  Usually prepared and baked fresh in the colonial kitchen each day.

Chapter III: Vegetables Most families raised their own produce and this lead to some very tasty dishes that accompanied each meal. Chapter IV. Meats: Many of the meat recipes were developed as a result of game that was locally available. With no supermarkets the early colonists had to make do with whatever they could catch or raise.

Chapter V: Fish & Fowl Many colonial cooks were very capable and chicken, game birds, and local fish plucked from streams or lakes were served on many tables.

Chapter VI: Relishes Many cooks created wonderful relishes that could be saved and used later.  Relishes were a way to add flavor to many of the bland dishes if fresh herbs were not available.

Chapter VII: Desserts The early colonial diners had a sweet tooth just like we do today.  Many of the desserts from that era are still delicious on today’s table.

Chapter VIII: Libations Early colonists were fond of their libations.  We include several of the popular punch recipes that have made their way to present times.

Chapter IX: My Recipes Several blank pages so that you can include your family heirloom recipes passed down thru the generations.  A perfect place to keep Grandmother James’s Yankee pot roast recipe.

The Early American Cookbook containing 65 recipes that cover the major categories of recipes most chefs are familiar with. You can also add your special recipes at the end of the cookbook. Each category contains 8-12 recipes featuring popular foods that have lasted from early colonial times all the way to the twenty-first century. Each of these recipes has been “kitchen tested” and is in the original “notes” format. There are numerous hand drawn illustrations on each page.


Access to the Members only area of this website. Once you log in you will be able to access:

  • Monthly recipe tips
  • An additional Seafood recipe monthly
  • Complementary bonus recipe book every 12 months
  • New Recipe book pre-publication announcements
  • 20% discount on new publications
  • All in down-loadable, PDF format

You get all this for just $3.00

A very small investment for the terrific, original Medford House “Maine to Monterey Cookbook which includes the 52 recipes and seafood preparation tips.  You receive the additional monthly down-loadable recipes that can be added to you cookbook. It makes it a dynamic, expanding cookbook. One that will grow in size and content over the years

If you click on CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE  below it will take you to Clickbank and there you can order your copy.   Once you make payment arrangement you will be sent to a access page with a link to download the Medford House Maine to Monterey Seafood Cookbook. An additional email will be sent with your access log-in information to the members only area within 24 hours.