If you don’t believe in wasting food, you may find a cookbook called The Whole Fish interesting and practical. Written by Australian chef Josh Niland, the book wants us to see fish in the same way as many of us see meat, in that absolutely all the parts can potentially be eaten. Niland owns a restaurant in Sydney, in which the emphasis is on fish dishes, many of which use parts of the fish that would often go to waste. The book is a bestseller and has won several food industry awards for its innovative approach to preparing and cooking food. So what can you expect to be cooking for your family if you buy the book? You may be cooking up delicacies such as roast fish bone marrow and cod liver pate on toast, as well as more common dishes as fish and chips.