Fruitful

Author: Brian Nicholson
Publisher: Running Press
ISBN: 0762451750
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Fruitful is a trip to the local orchard, overflowing with ripe, seasonal produce—and it's not just desserts! From sweet to savory, including fresh juices, every chapter is devoted to the produce of the moment: rhubarb, strawberries, apples, plums, apricots, peaches, quinces, pears, and more. This delectable cookbook showcases the bounty from New York's favorite orchard, illustrated with gorgeous full-color photography throughout—but all of the fruit can be found wherever you live. Pies and cobblers are only the beginning of four seasons of recipes celebrating fruit: Strawberry-Black Pepper Granita, Spicy Roast Chicken with Rhubarb Chutney, Scallop and Blueberry Ceviche, Grilled Peach, Shrimp, and Prosciutto Skewers, and Rustic Apricot and Raspberry Crostada offer a taste of the juicy dishes inside. And twenty-five recipes will come from fruit-loving chefs who count themselves among Red Jacket's devoted customers: a few of the contributors include Dan Barber, Jonathan Waxman, Karen DeMasco, and Melissa Clark. Whether it's a bushel of peaches or a bundle of rhubarb, you'll find plenty to dish up here.

The Fruitful City

Author: Helena Moncrieff
Publisher: ECW Press
ISBN: 1773051520
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Examining the roots and fruits of the urban foodscape Our cities are places of food polarities — food deserts and farmers’ markets, hunger and food waste, fast food delivery and urban gardening. While locavores and preserving pros abound, many of us can’t identify the fruit trees in our yards or declare a berry safe to eat. Those plants — and the people who planted them — are often forgotten. In The Fruitful City, Helena Moncrieff examines our relationship with food through the fruit trees that dot city streets and yards. She tracks the origins of these living heirlooms and questions how they went from being subsistence staples to raccoon fodder. But in some cities, previously forgotten fruit is now in high demand, and Moncrieff investigates the surge of non-profit urban harvest organizations that try to prevent that food from rotting on concrete and meets the people putting rescued fruit to good use. As she travels across Canada, slipping into backyards, visiting community orchards, and taking in canning competitions, Moncrieff discovers that attitudinal changes are more important than agricultural ones. While the bounty of apples is great, reconnecting with nature and our community is the real prize.

Sweeter Off the Vine

Author: Yossy Arefi
Publisher:
ISBN: 1607748584
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"A cozy collection of heirloom-quality recipes for pies, cakes, tarts, ice cream, preserves, and other sweet treats that cherishes the fruit of every season. In this visually stunning collection of flavor-forward recipes, summer's wild raspberries become Raspberry Pink Peppercorn Sorbet, ruby red rhubarb is roasted to adorn a pavlova, juicy apricots and berries are baked into galettes with saffron sugar, and winter's bright citrus shine in Blood Orange Donuts and Tangerine Cream Pie. The recipes celebrate what's fresh and vibrant any time of year by enhancing fruits' enticing sweetness with bold flavors like rose and orange flower water from the author's native Iran or whole-grain flours like rye and spelt. Each recipe is photographed--in addition to fruit in the field, on the vine, and at farm stands and the market--in Arefi's signature moody, earthy style"--

A Simple Feast

Author: Diana Yen
Publisher: Roost Books
ISBN: 9781611800326
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Evinces nostalgic memories of apple picking, tea parties, rooftop barbecues and more in a lavishly photographed treasury of seasonal recipes that combines modern American cooking traditions with evolving trends in local farm fare.

Campfire Cookery

Author: Sarah Huck
Publisher: Abrams
ISBN: 1613121040
Format: PDF
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Camping fare typically includes burgers and hot dogs, and while these are certainly easy, get ready to rethink the cuisine that can be savored over the open flame. With recipes like Spiced Currant Scones, Maple-Glazed Salmon, and Tomato Tarte Tatin, Huck and Young celebrate delicious food and the great outdoors. They also include step-by-step instructions for activities such as stargazing, foraging for woodland berries, and minding one's fruits of the sea (or, how to clean a fish). Campfire Cookery proves that the campfire can not only be a blissful escape but a true culinary destination. Praise for Campfire Cookery: “Co-authors Sarah Huck and Jaimee Young provide the inspiration and wherewithal to make campfire cooking civilized and delicious.” —Wall Street Journal “Get inspired by the outdoor culinary flair.” —InStyle "Sarah Huck and Jaimee Young were wise enough to put a photo of the old-fashioned campfire favorite on the cover of their new Campfire Cookery. They also were wise enough to include campfire cocktail recipes to wash the s'mores down." -USA Today “Campfire Cookery is one of those cookbooks you need to buy two of.” —Edible Brooklyn “The beauty of this book is that it evokes a simpler era when things weren’t automatic, when all cooking required the primal flame, and when cooking and eating was more than just about the food.” —Epicurious.com

I Love New York

Author: Daniel Humm
Publisher: Random House Digital, Inc.
ISBN: 1607744406
Format: PDF
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Celebrates the food, ingredients, and culinary history of New York City while sharing innovative adaptations of classic New York recipes.

Bearing Fruit

Author: Tom Berlin
Publisher: Abingdon Press
ISBN: 1426715900
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Discover how to assess ministry so that it leads congregations to fruitfulness and effectiveness.

Forgiveness

Author: Dr. Sidney B. Simon
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
ISBN: 0446571121
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Based on their popular "Forgiveness" seminar, the author of Getting Unstuck and his wifem designed to help readers let go of their pain and get on with their lives.

Local Flavors

Author: Deborah Madison
Publisher: Ten Speed Press
ISBN: 0307885658
Format: PDF, Docs
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First published in hardcover in 2002, Local Flavors was a book ahead of its time. Now, imported food scares and a countrywide infatuation with fresh, local, organic produce has caught up with this groundbreaking cookbook, available for the first time in paperback. Deborah Madison celebrates the glories of the farmers’ markets of America in a richly illustrated collection of seasonal recipes for a profusion of produce grown coast to coast. As more and more people shun industrially produced foods and instead choose to go local and organic, this is the ideal cookbook to capitalize on a major and growing trend. Local Flavors emphasizes seasonal, regional ingredients found in farmers’ markets and roadside farm stands and awakens the reader to the real joy of making a direct connection with the food we eat and the person who grows it. Deborah Madison’s 350 full-flavored recipes and accompanying menus include dishes as diverse as Pea and Spinach Soup with Coconut Milk; Rustic Onion Tart with Walnuts; Risotto with Sorrel; Mustard Greens Braised with Ginger, Cilantro, and Rice; Poached Chicken with Leeks and Salsa Verde; Soy Glazed Sweet Potatoes; Cherry Apricot Crisp; and Plum Kuchen with Crushed Walnut Topping. Covering markets around the country from Vermont to Hawaii, Deborah Madison reveals the astonishing range of produce and other foods available and the sheer pleasure of shopping for them. A celebration of farmers and their bounty, Local Flavors is a must-have cookbook for anyone who loves fresh, seasonal food simply and imaginatively prepared. From the Trade Paperback edition.

The Complete Book of Small batch Preserving

Author: Ellie Topp
Publisher: Firefly Books Limited
ISBN: 9781554072569
Format: PDF
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"The Complete Book of Small-Batch Preserving takes the guesswork out of home preserving. Both beginners and pros can make the most of fresh fruits and vegetables when these are readily available and inexpensive. Because these recipes require a minimum oftime and fuss, home cooks will enjoy creating the preserves almost as much as everyone will enjoy tasting them. Included are both traditional and new recipes. Detailed instructions provide the safest and latest processing methods. Some recipes are suitable for microwaves. A brand new chapter features freezer preserving as an alternative to the traditional methods. The more than 300 enticing recipes include: jams, jellies and low-sugar spreads; conserves, butters and curds; pickles, relishes and chutneys;salsas, mustards and marinades; flavored oils; and dessert sauces, syrups and liqueurs."--Publisher's description.