Josh Niland talks about fish butchery, life after cancer, and his brilliant wife.
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Episode 42: Josh Niland
When life gave Josh Niland a second chance, he made a conscious choice not to waste a second of it. The Sydney-based chef underwent intensive cancer treatment as a kid, and from his teen years onward, he's devoted himself to his craft, revolutionizing the way that restaurants butcher, store, and serve every bit of a fish. He spreads the word through demos all over the world; his restaurant, Saint Peter; and his stunning The Whole Fish Cookbook. Food & Wine's deputy editor Melanie Hansche—a fellow Aussie and restaurant owner—joined the conversation to delve into Niland's mission, passion, and how he balances work and family.
Learn more about Josh Niland: This Aussie Fish Butcher Is the World's Most Creative—and Controversial—Seafood Chef
Buy the book: The Whole Fish Cookbook
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