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Offering quality and prices that can't be beat, and emphasizing the enduring value of small local farms, farmers' markets are popping up all over the country. Acclaimed food writer Janet Fletcher and photographer Victoria Pearson bring the freshness and flavor of peak produce to the kitchen with Fresh from the Farmers' Market. The more than eighty easy and delicious recipeOffering quality and prices that can't be beat, and emphasizing the enduring value of small local farms, farmers' markets are popping up all over the country. Acclaimed food writer Janet Fletcher and photographer Victoria Pearson bring the freshness and flavor of peak produce to the kitchen with Fresh from the Farmers' Market. The more than eighty easy and delicious recipes included here -- many but not all of them meatless -- are as perfect for family meals as for entertaining. Organized by season, Fresh from the Farmers' Market is for anyone who wants to enjoy fresh fruits and vegetables at their peak of flavor.Fresh from the Farmers' Market is a 1998 IACP Award nominee....

Title : Fresh from the Farmers' Market: Year-Round Recipes for the Pick of the Crop
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ISBN : 9780811813938
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 208 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Fresh from the Farmers' Market: Year-Round Recipes for the Pick of the Crop Reviews

  • Wendy
    2018-12-03 15:11

    I can't get behind a farmers market cookbook that does't once mention chard- I just can't.

  • Camilla
    2018-12-06 21:37

    This is an extremely California-centric cookbook. A lot of these items will never ever show up in farmers' markets elsewhere in the US, and the seasons that veggies are grouped in have everything to do with CA seasons. I couldn't believe how little emphasis there was on cooking greens. The recipes themselves looked ok (although they were very fruit-centric), but mostly they seemed basic and not original. A lot of them looked like what I throw together when I see what the CSA gave me and see what else I have in the house - no recipe needed.

  • Helen
    2018-11-18 20:34

    My husband just bought this book for me. The introduction is by Alice Waters and since he knows I like anything 'Alice Waters' he thought I would like this cookbook.It is all about fresh seasonal food prepared simply and nicely photographed. I'll be trying some of the recipes.

  • Catherine Woodman
    2018-11-22 14:32

    Kind of over the top ingredients--wild boar, pomegranates, langostines--but very interesting recipes, arranged by season--and including some wild cocktails.