The New York Times
The Secrets of the Greenmarket Fisherman, by Florence Fabricant
"It has been almost 30 years since Alex Villani first lugged his catch from his boat, the Blue Moon, to a Greenmarket stand in New York City. His Blue Moon Fish stand has been going ever since. Now his wife, Stephanie Villani, has written a book about fishing Long Island waters and how to cook the harvest. The chapters are organized by type of fish: round, flat, flavorful and shellfish. The straightforward recipes (some from chefs) include swordfish broiled with miso, blackfish poached in vermouth and bluefish broiled with lemons, capers and mustard. Ms. Villani explains the condition of the various fisheries, and how to tend your fish in the kitchen."
The Suffolk Times
Mattituck couple release cookbook-memoir hybrid, ‘The Fisherman’s Wife’, by Rachel Siford
"[ . . . ] includes recipes for all types of fish . . . even those that are considered “throw-away fish” like sea robins and sharks. “There are so many good fish recipes and I’ve been standing there telling people how to cook fish for 25 years,” Villani explained.
WNYC: The Leonard Lopate Show
Tales and Recipes from a Long Island 'Fisherman's Wife', by Melissa Clark
"Forget Chilean Sea Bass. Blue Moon Fish sells fresher, more sustainable fish that they've caught on Mattituck, Long Island. In her book Villani explains what the commercial fishing life looks like and how to prepare fresh fish and shellfish."
Heritage Radio Network: Eat Your Words
The Fisherman's Wife, by Cathy Erway
"There's been a lot of good recipes floating around the fishstand, and a lot of great advice. I finally decided it was time to write it all down."
Beer Battered Cod from 'The Fisherman's Wife', by Stacy Dermot
"The Fisherman's Wife has enjoyed immediate acclaim and Villani is in high demand for appearances because these no-nonsense recipes really work."