The New England Orchard Cookbook

Author by : Linda Beaulieu
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Description : A classic regional cookbook filled with recipes from iconic orchards and cider mills throughout New England. Many of the featured farms grow more than just the beloved apple--pears, peaches, berries, and more--and over 200 recipes included in this book reflect that bounty. From sweet desserts to savory dinners, the recipes in The New England Orchard Cookbook are designed for the home cook and pay homage to the abundance of the local farm. Throughout are features about life and work at the orchards alongside gorgeous photography


The New England Orchard Cookbook

Author by : Linda Beaulieu
Languange : en
Publisher by : Rowman & Littlefield
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Description : A classic regional cookbook filled with recipes from iconic orchards and cider mills throughout New England. New England Orchard & Cider Mill Cookbook: Great Food, Libations, and Family Traditions is a cookbook featuring a bit of history alongside recipes from New England’s beloved orchards and cider mills, sidebars. The book will include over 100 recipes, ranging from basics through drinks, are all home-cook friendly and come from the orchards, mills, their employees and friends. These are not just apple recipes!!! Full color photographs will highlight the recipes, the workers, the farmers, and the land. Throughout the book are sidebars and features about life and work at the farms, orchards, and cider mills plus fun facts.


The Truth About Baked Beans

Author by : Meg Muckenhoupt
Languange : en
Publisher by : NYU Press
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Description : Forages through New England’s most famous foods for the truth behind the region’s culinary myths Meg Muckenhoupt begins with a simple question: When did Bostonians start making Boston Baked Beans? Storekeepers in Faneuil Hall and Duck Tour guides may tell you that the Pilgrims learned a recipe for beans with maple syrup and bear fat from Native Americans, but in fact, the recipe for Boston Baked Beans is the result of a conscious effort in the late nineteenth century to create New England foods. New England foods were selected and resourcefully reinvented from fanciful stories about what English colonists cooked prior to the American revolution—while pointedly ignoring the foods cooked by contemporary New Englanders, especially the large immigrant populations who were powering industry and taking over farms around the region. The Truth about Baked Beans explores New England’s culinary myths and reality through some of the region’s most famous foods: baked beans, brown bread, clams, cod and lobster, maple syrup, pies, and Yankee pot roast. From 1870 to 1920, the idea of New England food was carefully constructed in magazines, newspapers, and cookbooks, often through fictitious and sometimes bizarre origin stories touted as time-honored American legends. This toothsome volume reveals the effort that went into the creation of these foods, and lets us begin to reclaim the culinary heritage of immigrant New England—the French Canadians, Irish, Italians, Portuguese, Polish, indigenous people, African-Americans, and other New Englanders whose culinary contributions were erased from this version of New England food. Complete with historic and contemporary recipes, The Truth about Baked Beans delves into the surprising history of this curious cuisine, explaining why and how “New England food” actually came to be.


Old Time New England Cookbook

Author by : Duncan MacDonald
Languange : en
Publisher by : Courier Corporation
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Description : Over 300 wholesome, easy-to-prepare recipes: Nantucket scallop chowder, Boston baked beans, apple pan dowdy, Boston cream pie, many more. Recipes accompanied by charming observations on New England weather. Illustrated.


The New England Cookbook

Author by : Brooke Dojny
Languange : en
Publisher by : Harvard Common Press
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Total Read : 40
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Description : Collects recipes that encompass a wide range of dishes, from oysters-on-the-half-shell to blackberry patch cobbled cobbler, with stories about the entire area included in sidebars


Apple

Author by : James Rich
Languange : en
Publisher by : Hardie Grant
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Total Read : 48
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Description : Who doesn't love apples? Grown, harvested and eaten for centuries, apples play an important role in everyday life and are enjoyed in a huge variety of ways. Author James Rich hails from apple country in Somerset, England, where his family own a cider farm. Apples, it could be said, are in his blood, this is a collection of over 90 of his best-loved recipes. Try your hand at a summery Crunchy apple, cherry and kale salad, a comforting Slow-roasted pork belly and pickled apple, and an Ultimate apple crumble, all washed down with a Cider and thyme cocktail. James uses whole apples as well as cider, apple juice, cider brandy and cider vinegar to add depth to his dishes Apples can be delicate and complementary, floral and simple or they can be bold, sharp and stand out from the crowd. Set to the backdrop of his is family's stunning apple, Apple is a celebration of this humble fruit.


The Apple Lover S Cookbook Revised And Updated

Author by : Amy Traverso
Languange : en
Publisher by : W. W. Norton & Company
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Total Read : 46
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Description : Winner of the IACP Cookbook Award (Best American Cookbook) Finalist for the Julia Child First Book Award "The perfect apple primer." —Splendid Table The Apple Lover’s Cookbook is more than a recipe book. It’s a celebration of apples in all their incredible diversity, as well as an illustrated guide to 70 popular (and rare-but-worth-the-search) apple varieties. Each has its own complete biography with entries for best use, origin, availability, season, appearance, taste, and texture. Amy Traverso organizes these 70 varieties into four categories—firm-tart, tender-tart, firm-sweet, and tender-sweet—and includes a one-page cheat sheet that you can refer to when making any of her recipes. More than 100 scrumptious, easy-to-make recipes follow, offering the full range from breakfast dishes, appetizers, salads, soups, and entrees all the way to desserts. On the savory side, there’s a cider-braised brisket and a recipe for Sweet Potato–Apple Latkes. On the sweet side, Amy serves up crisps, cobblers, pies, and cakes, including Apple-Pear Cobbler, Cider Donut Muffins, and an Apple-Cranberry Slab Pie cut into squares to eat by hand. As bonuses, The Apple Lover’s Cookbook contains detailed notes on how to tell if an apple is fresh and guides to apple festivals, ciders, and products, as well as updated information about the best times and places to buy apples across the United States, making it easy to seek out and visit local orchards, whether you live in Vermont or California. First published a decade ago, now newly revised and updated, The Apple Lover’s Cookbook is your lifetime go-to book for apples.


The New English Table 200 Recipes From The Queen Of Thrifty Inventive Cooking

Author by : Rose Prince
Languange : en
Publisher by : HarperCollins UK
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Total Read : 32
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Description : Building upon the ever-more-popular principles of The New English Kitchen and The Savvy Shopper, The New English Table celebrates good British food and shows how to make the most of ingredients and leftovers.


Homegrown

Author by : Matt Jennings
Languange : en
Publisher by : Artisan Books
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Total Read : 37
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Description : “From his soul to your table, these dishes will take you right to New England and all the delectable seasonal provisions it offers.” —Daniel Boulud, chef/owner, The Dinex Group Named a Best Cookbook of the Year by the Los Angeles Times, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Rachael Ray Every Day, and Fine Cooking In his debut cookbook, chef Matt Jennings honors the iconic foods of his heritage and celebrates the fresh ingredients that have come to define his renowned, inventive approach to cooking. With four James Beard Award nominations for Best Chef: Northeast, three Cochon 555 wins, and a spot on Food & Wine’s 40 Big Food Thinkers 40 and Under list, Jennings is a culinary innovator known for his unexpected uses of traditional northern ingredients (maple syrup glazes a roasted duck; a molasses and cider barbecue sauce makes the perfect accompaniment to grilled chicken wings; carbonara takes on a northern slant with the addition of razor clams). With over 100 vibrant, ingredient-driven recipes—including modern spins on New England staples like clam chowder, brown bread, and Boston cream whoopie pies, as well as beloved dishes from Jennings’s award-winning restaurant, Townsman—Homegrown shines a spotlight on a trailblazing chef and pays homage to America’s oldest cuisine. “[An] illuminating, gotta-have resource . . . A gifted storyteller, Jennings uses his Northeastern heritage as a prism, sharing the beauty and bounty of this historic, tradition-laden region through 100 practical, easy-to-follow recipes that resonate far beyond the borders of Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut.” —Minneapolis Star Tribune “This one’s a stunner.” —The Atlanta Journal-Constitution


Apples Of New England A User S Guide

Author by : Russell Powell
Languange : en
Publisher by : The Countryman Press
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Total Read : 80
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Description : A guide to more than 200 varieties of apples! This fascinating and helpful guide will offer practical advice about rare heirlooms and newly discovered varieties, chapters on the rich tradition of apple growing in New England and on the “fathers” of American apples—Massachusetts natives John Chapman (“Johnny Appleseed”) and Henry David Thoreau. Apples of New England will present the apple in all its splendor: as biological wonder, super food, work of art, and cultural icon. Apples of New England will be an indispensable resource for anyone identifying apples in New England orchards, farm stands, grocery stores—or their own backyard. Photographs of the more than 200 apples discovered, grown, or sold in New England will be accompanied by notes about flavor and texture, history, ripening time, storage quality, and best use.


The Berkshires Farm Table Cookbook 125 Homegrown Recipes From The Hills Of New England

Author by : Elisa Spungen Bildner
Languange : en
Publisher by : The Countryman Press
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Total Read : 72
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Description : The best of the Berkshires’ homegrown food from noted farms to esteemed kitchens The Berkshire Hills of western Massachusetts are famous for their unique culture, from scenic views to artistic and literary attractions. But in addition to the region’s classic landmarks, the Berkshires also boast an impressive number of family-run farms. Together with local restaurants, these farms add another feature to Berkshires culture: heartwarming and homegrown food. Telling the story of family-run agriculture through the language of food, The Berkshires Farm Table Cookbook offers 125 recipes to recall the magic of the Berkshire region for readers far and wide. Sweet Corn Pancakes, Carrot Soup with Sage and Mint, Confetti Vegetable and Goat Cheese Lasagna, and more celebrate the lush landscape of the western New England area. Complete with farm profiles and vibrant photographs, The Berkshires Farm Table Cookbook paints a vivid portrait of the relationship between the earth and what we eat.


New England Farmgirl

Author by : Jessica Robinson
Languange : en
Publisher by : Gibbs Smith
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Total Read : 31
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Description : New England Farmgirl invites readers to learn about growing a garden, buying local, and choosing organic foods. The ultimate delight: it is filled with family heritage recipes—from grandfather’s fudge to greatgrandmother’s molasses cookies, along with recipes created by the author to use the great products harvested in New England. Maple Peach Barbecue Sauce, Strawberry-Raspberry Popsicles, Farmhouse Pumpkin Pound Cake and so many more delightful recipes bring New England farm products to your table. New England is known for culinary delights, such as blueberries, cranberries and maple syrup. Reading this will be like driving through rural Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. Step back in time and remember the joys of childhood with wonderful farm stands, orchards, and wineries throughout New England. Jessica Robinson was raised on a small Connecticut farm, where her family raised livestock and grew crops, as well as operated a maple sugar house. Through her floral company, Jessica became one of the most sought-after wedding and event designers in New England. Catch her blog at carolinafarmhousekitchen.com. She divides her time between Canton, Connecticut, and Graham, North Carolina.


The Maine Farm Table Cookbook 125 Home Grown Recipes From The Pine Tree State

Author by : Kate Shaffer
Languange : en
Publisher by : The Countryman Press
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Total Read : 48
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Description : The best of Maine’s local food, from noted farms like Dandelion Spring to esteemed restaurants like The Lost Kitchen. There’s a lot more to Maine than stunning coastline. Sure, come for the incomparable lobster rolls or the state’s renowned blueberries, but stay for the locally milled grains, organic grass-fed meats, and surprising foraged delicacies. The Pine Tree State’s active food community springs to life in the hands of Kate Shaffer, Maine cookbook author and chocolatier, and Derek Bissonnette, one of the finest food photographers in the country. The Maine Farm Table Cookbook delivers more than 100 recipes, assembled in chapters that take readers from the pasture and sea to the forest, creamery, and everywhere in between. Discover Autumn Harvest Roast Pork, Haddock and Corn Chowder, Carrot Zucchini Fritters, Blackberry and Almond Torte, and more. With profiles to spotlight Maine’s favorite farms and restaurants, and gorgeous professional photography, this is the perfect way for readers to bring New England’s charm to their own kitchen.


The Little Women Cookbook

Author by : Wini Moranville
Languange : en
Publisher by : Harvard Common Press
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Total Read : 32
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Description : Experience the exciting and heartwarming world of the March sisters and Little Women right in your own kitchen. Here at last is the first cookbook to celebrate the scrumptious and comforting foods that play a prominent role in Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel Little Women. If your family includes a Little Women fan, or if you yourself are one, with this book you can keep the magic and wonder of the beloved tale alive for years to come. Do you wonder what makes the characters so excited to make—and eat!—sweets and desserts like the exotically named Blancmange or the mysterious Bonbons with Mottoes, along with favorites like Apple Turnovers, Plum Pudding, and Gingerbread Cake? Find out for yourself with over 50 easy-to-make recipes for these delectable treats and more, all updated for the modern kitchen. From Hannah’s Pounded Potatoes to Amy’s Picnic Lemonade, from the charming Chocolate Drop Cookies that Professor Bhaer always offers to Meg’s twins to hearty dinners that Hannah and Marmee encourage the March sisters to learn to make, you’ll find an abundance of delicious teatime drinks and snacks, plus breakfasts, brunches, lunches, suppers, and desserts. Featuring full-color photos, evocative illustrations, fun and uplifting quotes from the novel, and anecdotes about Louisa May Alcott, this is a book that any Little Women fan will love to have.


Ciderhouse Cookbook

Author by : Jonathan Carr
Languange : en
Publisher by : Storey Publishing
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Total Read : 65
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Description : Inspired by the full flavors produced from their idyllic ciderhouse in the heart of a rustic New England apple orchard, Jonathan Carr and Nicole Blum’s recipes, developed in collaboration with chef Andrea Blum, celebrate the versatility of fresh cider in all its forms. Ciderhouse Cookbook teaches home cooks how to make a full array of traditional cider products, including cider syrups, molasses, vinegars, shrubs, and switchels, as well as apple preserves. The 127 cider-enriched recipes that follow are simple yet elegant, ranging from Oven-Roasted Asparagus with Garlicky Apple Vinaigrette to Braised Lamb Stew with Apples, Switchel, and Yogurt Mint Sauce; Cider Mimosas; Apple Pommeau Cake; and Crêpes with Fried Apples and Cider Caramel Sauce. With beautiful photography that captures the ambiance of the ciderhouse, this book is a deliciously loving tribute to America’s favorite fruit. This publication conforms to the EPUB Accessibility specification at WCAG 2.0 Level AA.


The Arrows Cookbook

Author by : Clark Frasier
Languange : en
Publisher by : Simon and Schuster
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Description : Part how-to-garden primer, The Arrows Cookbook combines more than 150 delicious recipes with time-tested techniques for growing herbs, vegetables, and edible flowers in a book that reconnects us to the land and the seasons. Cooking food from the backyard garden or farmers' market -- or even using herbs grown in pots in a sunny window -- goes beyond a passion for freshness. On an elemental level, the process reawakens the cook to a cycle of nature that our ancestors understood intuitively but that, for most of us, has been lost in the modern world. When chefs Clark Frasier and Mark Gaier left northern California to open their dream restaurant in southern Maine, they had no intention of becoming culinary pioneers. But in 1988 in Ogunquit, Maine, finding enough fresh vegetables and herbs to power a sophisticated restaurant was indeed a challenge. So, like all can-do Americans, they did something. A ragged field of witchgrass behind the restaurant was turned into a garden where they learned to coax a nine-month growing season out of the chilly earth. They built raised beds, saved seeds, researched heirlooms, consulted experts, and started seedlings. Today, that acre of Maine yields 270 varieties of vegetables, herbs, fruits, and edible flowers that provide 90 percent of the produce served at Arrows. Born of great necessity, the garden is the soul of this destination restaurant. In The Arrows Cookbook, Frasier and Gaier tell us how they do it, charting the timeless journey from seed to supper. Recipes celebrate each season -- Asparagus with Mizuna and Blood Orange Vinaigrette and English Pea Soup in spring; Grilled Antipasto Platter and Rib-Eye Steak with Herbs and Caramelized Onions on a summer evening; Napa Cabbage and Apple Cole Slaw and Roast Pork Loin with Rosemary and Garlic for fall; and Escarole and White Bean Soup and Winter Greens with Pink Grapefruit and Red Onion for the chilly, short days of winter. They also offer new takes on such New England classics as Boiled Dinner, Our Way to Steaming Lobster -- Southeast Asian Style, as well as a glorious Thanksgiving feast complete with Roast Turkey with Gravy. The book is full of clear advice and instructions that will make you elegantly self-sufficient in both kitchen and garden: how to smoke a trout, preserve herbs, use raised beds to extend the growing season, make your own prosciutto, start seeds indoors, roast salmon on a plank, maximize garden space, freeze berries, select edible flowers, grow heirloom tomatoes, pickle hot peppers, find local farmers and fisherman for fresh meats and seafood, and more.


The Handbook Of Food Research

Author by : Anne Murcott
Languange : en
Publisher by : A&C Black
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Total Read : 16
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Description : This handbook is essential reference for scholars needing a comprehensive overview into research on the social, political, economic, psychological, geographical and historical aspects of food.


The New England Farmer

Author by : Anonim
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Total Read : 51
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The New England Coast

Author by : William H. Johnson, Kim Knox Beckius
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Total Read : 48
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Description : To explore the New England Coast is to explore the roots of our nation, from the Pilgrims landing at Plymouth Rock to the Battle of Bunker Hill. It is to experience the traditions that have shaped our culture and livelihood, from the quaint fishing villages at land’s end to the prestigious colleges of Boston. And it is to witness the natural wonders of Cape Cod’s miles of open beach, the rugged cliffs along the Maine Coast, the dense forests of Acadia National Park, and much more. In The New England Coast, writer Kim Knox Beckius and photographer William H. Johnson present the sights and experiences that make this region one of the country’s most popular destinations, beloved by year-round residents and seasonal vacationers alike. As it highlights the coast’s history and culture, the book also offers practical travel information and suggestions for the best ways to explore the region. It is an ideal companion for the millions who flock to the New England Coast every summer, as well as perfect fireside reading during the harsh Atlantic winters.


Martha S Vineyard Cookbook

Author by : Jean Stewart Wexler
Languange : en
Publisher by : Rowman & Littlefield
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Total Read : 48
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Description : This book, originated by the late Cordon Bleu chef and Blueberry Hill Farm owner Louise Tate King, has been expanded with all-new chapters on the foods of the island's African-American and Brazilian communities. Recipes reflect the Vineyard's complete culinary heritage that also includes Wampanoag Indians, English and Scottish whaling families, and Portuguese fishermen. Chapters are devoted to chowders, seafood, shellfish, meat and poultry, and local produce such as berries, walnuts, and pumpkins. Additional chapters include recipes for salads, side dishes, breads, cakes, pies and puddings, marmalades, sauces, and other good things! Photographs and sidebars focusing on Vineyard folklore and natural history imbue the book with a nostalgic charm that allows anyone to take home a little part of the island.


Apple Cookbook

Author by : Olwen Woodier
Languange : en
Publisher by : Storey Publishing
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Total Read : 91
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Description : Apple Cookbook features 140 recipes, sweet and savory, easy and delicious, featuring America's favorite fruit in dishes perfect for every meal. Try Apple Cheddar Crepes, Apple Ring Fritters, Apple Banana Bread, Iced Apple Tea, Curried Chicken Salad, Grilled Tuna with Apple Chutney, Cider-Braised Chicken, Pork Chops with Apple Cream Sauce, French Apple Tart, Apple Turnovers, Peach and Apple Pie, Apple Lemon Cake, Apple Blackberry Crisp, and Pumpkin-Apple Pie.


New Blue Ridge Cookbook

Author by : Elizabeth Wiegand
Languange : en
Publisher by : Rowman & Littlefield
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Total Read : 60
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Description : America's legendary Blue Ridge Mountain region is known for its rich history and culture and, not least, its traditional cuisine. But much of what's cooking there is new—including a thriving Farm to Table movement and increasingly established Slow Food communities. Such movements' philosophies—caring about where food comes from, how it is grown, and how it is prepared—have transformed the culinary scene for newcomers and old-timers alike. The region is thus ripe for The New Blue Ridge Cookbook, which takes a fresh look at local, seasonal foods and honors efforts of sustainability, as well as the area's rich culinary history. With some 100 recipes showcasing such traditional foods as apples, candy roasters, and ramps, the book presents new approaches by chefs, farmers, and others in the know—while also sharing amusing anecdotes and culinary traditions, as well as information about the region's artisanal food products and local beers and wines.


New England Farmer

Author by : Anonim
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Total Read : 92
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The New England Farmer

Author by : Anonim
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Total Read : 96
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The Connecticut Farm Table Cookbook 150 Homegrown Recipes From The Nutmeg State The Farm Table Cookbook

Author by : Tracey Medeiros
Languange : en
Publisher by : The Countryman Press
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Total Read : 53
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Description : From Connecticut’s seafood shacks to its 4-star farmhouse restaurants—locavore recipes and more The Connecticut Farm Table Cookbook brings home cooks a stellar collection of 150 delicious recipes from the Nutmeg State’s celebrated chefs and the dedicated farmers, fishers, ranchers, foragers, and cheese makers they partner with to create dynamic New American and New England fare. This is the best of regional and farm-to-table cuisine from food producers and purveyors whose commitment to sustainability and quality is evident in everything they do. As consumers have demanded more locally grown foods, more organics, and foods with fewer additives, the locavore movement has taken hold across the U.S. Every state and region has their own unique products and their own version of healthful, wholesome, innovative cuisine. The Connecticut Farm Table Cookbook showcases delectable specialties that the state’s growers and chefs are creating using local microgreens, heirloom lettuces, sunchokes, ramps, quail eggs, Burrata, bison, chevre, heritage-breed pork, oysters, and more. Recipes are presented clearly and are easy to follow; they utilize ingredients that are readily available no matter where you shop. Along with mouthwatering recipes and beautiful photography you’ll be treated to fascinating profiles of food producers, chefs, and restaurants. This celebration of Connecticut’s healthy, sustainable food scene is a collection to savor and return to again and again.


Produce News

Author by : Anonim
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Total Read : 58
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The Apple Cookbook 3rd Edition

Author by : Olwen Woodier
Languange : en
Publisher by : Storey Publishing
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Total Read : 94
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Description : From sweet to savory and from breakfast to bedtime, apples take center stage in this fun volume. With recipes ranging from traditional apple pies and crisps to unexpected surprises like Ground Lamb Kebabs with Apple Mint Raita, this new edition of the best-selling classic has been completely revised and redesigned to feature more than 30 new apple-themed goodies. With plenty of vegan and gluten-free options, you’ll be cooking apple-based dishes that you can enjoy with all of your friends.


The American Ethnic Cookbook For Students

Author by : Mark Zanger
Languange : en
Publisher by : ABC-CLIO
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Total Read : 18
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Description : qrovides 400 recipes that are American adaptions from over 120 ethnic groups including Black Muslims, Australians, Creoles, Dominicans, Filipinos, Koreans, and Persians.