Sunday, September 1, 2013

EAT YOUR VEGGIES!!! Delicious cookbooks to tempt you over to "THE GREEN SIDE"

Leafy Greens: An A-to-Z Guide to 30 Types of Greens Plus More Than 120 Delicious Recipes
Mark Bittman's handy, healthy guide to greens—now back in print! Mark Bittman is one of the nation's best-known and most widely respected food writers. The author of the legendary How to Cook Everything and How to Cook Everything Vegetarian, he's a master of the art of simple, healthy home cooking. In this new reissue of Leafy Greens, he describes and explains more than 30 different types of greens—from arugula to kale to wakame (a sea vegetable)—and offers healthy recipes for each green along the way. As one blogger celebrating the book recently put it, "it demystifies obscure greens and celebrates overlooked ones."
You'll find more than 120 delicious anti-oxidant-packed recipes for salads, soups, stews, stir-fries, sautés, and more, as well as nutritional information, advice on buying and cooking greens, and which greens make good substitutes for one another. Includes more than 120 savory recipes like Bitter Greens with Bacon, Grilled Radicchio, and Risotto with Arugula and Shrimp Features more than 65 illustrations that help you quickly identify different types of greens Begins with a new Introduction by Mark Bittman. If you love healthy cooking or just love greens, this is your ultimate source for handy information, tasty recipes, and fresh meal ideas.
"Leafy Greens: An A-to-Z Guide to 30 Types of Greens Plus More Than 120 Delicious Recipes by Mark Bittman" is as much a tutorial as it is a cookbook, and that is a very good thing. Adding a variety of greens to your diet is an easy way to receive a nutritional boost. Understanding the flavors and cooking properties of the many varieties of greens is what elevates the level of eating enjoyment. I was born and raised in the South, and greens cooked with ham hocks are a cultural favorite food. My Gran used to cook up a "mess of cress", and she also "wilted" fresh garden lettuce with vinegary-sweet hot bacon grease dressing. My grandfather was a natural master gardener, grower of the best tomatoes on earth. I have never tasted any salads as good as the ones made from our own fresh garden lettuce, tomatoes, and green onions, drizzled with Mama's "secret recipe" salad dressing! Mark Bittman shares his great love of "the green stuff" in an interesting, engaging, charmingly illustrated guidebook that will tempt you into trying new greens-themed dishes. To tempt your taste buds: "Soup of Greens, Beans, and Rice"; "Thai Beef Salad with Boston Lettuce"; "Gingered Cabbage"; "Turnip Greens with Potatoes"; "Swiss Chard Pie"; and "Corned Beef and Cabbage". Thirty shades of green never looked so good!

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Fine Cooking in Season: Your Guide to Choosing and Preparing the Season's Best

Today’s home cooks want to embrace the bounty of every season and cook with unusual ingredients — or use their tried-and-true options in creative ways. Featuring 100 ingredients and 300 recipes arranged by season, Cooking in Season, readers will enjoy both the thrill of discovering new flavors as well as learning different methods of preparing common fresh produce. Each ingredient is accompanied by a beautiful photograph and in-depth details on how to choose it at its peak and keep it fresh, as well as preserving ideas and surprisingly delicious pairings. Plus, each ingredient features multiple recipes from the editors and contributors of Fine Cooking and tested by the Fine Cooking test kitchen staff so home cooks will get sure-to-work, delicious results from their fresh bounty, whether grown at home or purchased at the farmer’s market or grocery.
"Fine Cooking In Season: Your Guide to Choosing and Preparing the Season's Best" is a truly fabulous find for foodies. The authors of this book discovered so many tasty treasures that they had to add a fifth season to the year. Your tasteful journey begins in Spring, and continues through Early Summer, Late Summer, Fall, and Winter. Each season has its own "color tab", and each food has its own variety of recipes. I loved the fact that each food has its own pages with beautiful color photos, recipes, "other ideas", and a "Did you know?" question and answer. Learning about food helps to open your mind to trying new foods, and that is a healthy option for both mind and body. Becoming knowledgeable in how to optimize the potential of the properties of each ingredient is a fun and inspiring way to add new life to food preparation. A reason to please in each season: "Asparagus, Goat Cheese, and Bacon Tart"; "Fresh Peas with Lemon and Chives"; "Chocolate Strawberry Shortcakes"; "Apricot-Raspberry Buckle"; "Cherry Mousse"; "Braised Fennel with Tomato, Green Olives, and Capers"; "Roasted Onion Stuffed with Prosciutto and Parmesan"; "Fig and Anise Ice Cream"; "Sun-Ripened Tomato and Black Olive Salad"; "Carrot and Coriander Soup"; "Wild Mushroom Risotto"; "Chocolate Nut-Upside Down Cake"; "Glazed Pork Roast with Carrots, Parsnips, and Pears"; "Brown-Butter Banana Cake with Chocolate Chips"; and "Pan-Roasted Chicken Breasts with Orange-Brandy Sauce". Tempted? You should be!

Review Copy Gratis The Taunton Press
We Laugh, We Cry, We Cook: A Mom and Daughter Dish about the Food That Delights Them and the Love That Binds Them
Becky Johnson and her daughter Rachel Randolph come from a long line of laughter. The female side of her family tree is dotted with funny storytellers, prolific authors, hospitable home cooks, and champion chatters. In We Love, We Laugh, We Cook, Becky---a butter and bacon loving mama---and Rachel---a vegan bean eating daughter---share stories of their crazy, wonderful, and sometimes challenging lives as Rachel becomes a mother herself. Becky is messy; Rachel craves order. Becky forgets what month it is; Rachel is an organizational genius. (At least before baby arrives.) Sprinkled throughout are the lip-smacking, nourishing recipes they love to make and share. From food for a family reunion of thirty, to lunch for a party of one in a high chair, to a hot meal for a sick friend, the authors demonstrate grace, acceptance, and love to others through the bonding gifts of humor, attentive listening, and cooking ... whether diners prefer beef or tofu in their stew.
Food and love go hand-in-hand. Both speak a universal language, one that breaks through many barriers and connects us through family, friends, and happy and poignant memories. "We Laugh, We Cry, We Cook: A Mom and Daughter Dish about the Food That Delights Them and the Love That Binds Them" is a delightful foodie memoir by Becky Johnson and her daughter, Rachel Randolph. The differences between mother and daughter are as much a part of their relationship as is the deep love which binds their family together. Becky is a lifelong omnivore, and Rachel and her husband chose to embrace the vegan lifestyle. "We Laugh, We Cry, We Cook" is a recipe-filled chronicle of how Becky and her family experienced the many changes in their life and managed to keep a rich sense of humor along the way. Blending traditional meat-eater foods with vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free dishes can be quite a challenge, but mother and daughter are more than able to take on the task. Here's a sampling of recipes from the book: "Becky's Layered Italian Veggie Casserole"; "Bourbon-Brown Sugar Pork Loin"; "Rustic Sausage & Peppers Skillet"; "Tortilla Soup"; "Broccoli-Carrot Slaw"; "Blueberry-Raspberry Oat Bars"; "No-Bake Apricot Bars"; "Yellow Pepper Soup"; "Pineapple-Coconut Cloud Cake"; "Chili-Lime Southern Style Catfish"; and "Sun-Dried Tomato & Artichoke Bowtie Pasta". The recipes are noted if they are vegetarian, vegan, or gluten-free. Sometimes families may go in different directions, but when they come full-circle, and meet in the middle, the rewards are worth the journey.

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Moosewood Restaurant Low-Fat Favorites: Flavorful Recipes for Healthful Meals

Moosewood Restaurant Low-Fat Favorites: Flavorful Recipes for Healthful Meals   by Moosewood Collective


This is the low-fat book cooks who care about wholesome, vegetarian-inspired food have been waiting for. Each of the more than 280 recipes are as delicious and trustworthy as those in the Moosewood Collective's previous books, and vibrant flavors and generous portions are still a hallmark of every dish. Because the Collective's primary goal is always to make great tasting food they resisted the notion of doing a low-fat book until they were convinced they could make low-fat dishes as flavor-packed as their regular favorites. "We've mostly been interested in gourmet cuisine at Moosewood Restaurant, not deprivation diet food, " say the authors. "So, it's a happy surprise that the dishes we created for this cookbook don't come off as merely healthful diet foods. The food is exciting, ethnically diverse, and satisfyingly delicious. Moosewood Restaurant Low-fat Favorites is as much a celebration of the pleasures of eating as it is about low-fat cooking."

When the iconic Moosewood Restaurant first opened for business in Ithaca, New York in 1973, it changed the way that many people viewed the vegetarian lifestyle. Eating healthy won new acceptance, and vegetables gained celebrity status. Four decades later, the restaurant is still going strong. The menu changes daily based on fresh, locally available seasonal foods. The "Moosewood Collective" is the group of people who cook and create the menus for the restaurant. From all walks of life and varying professions, they share a love of cooking and eating and an appreciation for healthy, delicious food. "Moosewood Restaurant Low-Fat Favorites: Flavorful Recipes for Healthful Meals" offers more than 300 recipes to tempt your taste buds. Preparation methods, cooking techniques, and cookware suggestions are provided along with helpful hints and tasteful tidbits. The book is charmingly illustrated with sepia and umber toned rustic drawings on parchment-colored pages. Here's just a sampling of the recipes you'll find: "Garlic Basil Cheese Spread"; "Savory Stuffed Mushrooms"; "Indian Potato Pancakes"; "Applesauce Cranberry Muffins"; "Spring Soup"; "New England Squash Soup"; "Brown Bread"; "Cucumbers Vinaigrette"; "Cassoulet"; "Golden Basmati Rice"; "Pasta Primavera"; "Savory Indian Sweet Potatoes"; "Three Sisters Stew"; and "Garlic Mashed Potatoes". The desserts are your reward for eating well: "Pumpkin Custard"; "Lemon Pudding Cake"; "Ginger Peach Crumble"; "Chocolate Hazelnut Biscotti"; and "Red Berry Kissel". Also included are a chapter of fish recipes, nutrition facts, and an ingredients guide. "Light" is a delight when it is done just right!
The Heart of the Plate: Vegetarian Recipes for a New Generation

The Heart of the Plate: Vegetarian Recipes for a New Generation  by Mollie Katzen


With The Moosewood Cookbook, Mollie Katzen changed the way a generation cooked and brought vegetarian cuisine into the mainstream. In The Heart of the Plate, she completely reinvents the vegetarian repertoire, unveiling a collection of beautiful, healthful, and unfussy dishes — her “absolutely most loved.” Her new cuisine is  light, sharp, simple, and modular; her inimitable voice is as personal, helpful, clear, and funny as ever. Whether it’s a salad of kale and angel hair pasta with orange chili oil or a seasonal autumn lasagna, these dishes are celebrations of vegetables. They feature layered dishes that juxtapose colors and textures: orange rice with black beans, or tiny buttermilk corn cakes on a Peruvian potato stew. Suppers from the oven, like vegetable pizza and mushroom popover pie, are comforting but never stodgy. Burgers and savory pancakes — from eggplant Parmesan burgers to zucchini ricotta cloud cakes — make weeknight dinners fresh and exciting. “Optional Enhancements” allow cooks to customize every recipe. The Heart of the Plate is vibrantly illustrated with photographs and original watercolors by the author herself.




Legendary chef and cookbook author Mollie Katzen offers up a fresh feast of palate pleasers in "The Heart of the Plate: Vegetarian Recipes for a New Generation". Ms. Katzen's original "Moosewood Cookbook" revolutionized the theory and thinking behind vegetarian and vegan cooking, and it remains a venerated classic to this day. With "The Heart of the Plate", we are treated to the author's exuberance, experience, and expertise in refining and reinventing vegetarian and vegan dishes which will tempt even the most finicky of eaters. Seasonings, cooking techniques, and cooking tools are instrumental in Ms. Katzen's kitchen. Vegetarian and vegan menus offer helpful guides for food combining and serving complete, satisfying meals. Most of the recipes feature easily-obtained and on-hand ingredients. However, there's no time like the present to try something new, and stepping out of your cooking comfort zone can be a delicious diversion. Try some of these recipes: "Creamy Tuscan-Style White Bean Soup"; "Ginger-Fennel Broth"; "Crunchy Cucumbers and Red Onion with Fresh Cheese"; "Green Beans and Beets with Pickled Red Onions"; "Ginger-Pecan Mini Biscuits"; "Mushroom Stroganoff over Cabbage Noodles"; "Roasted Garlic-Mashed Cauliflower"; "Autumn Vegetable Lasagna"; "Vegetable Pizza"; "Mushroom Popover Pie"; "Caramelized Onion-Brown Rice-Lentil Burgers"; "Beet, Orange, and Ginger Marmalade"; "Bittersweet Mocha Bundt Cake"; and "Pecan Shortbread Cookies". Temptingly photographed, and charmingly illustrated by the author herself, "The Heart of the Plate" will tastefully coax you into a new way of thinking about food and cooking.

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Harvest to Heat: Cooking with America's Best Chefs, Farmers, and Artisans

Harvest to Heat: Cooking with America's Best Chefs, Farmers, and Artisans   by Darryl Estrine, Kelly Kochendorfer and Alice Waters

Now more than ever, Americans are giving careful thought to where their food comes from. And farmers, formerly anonymous suppliers of bounty, are proving an inspiration to chefs everywhere. This book celebrates the collaboration between farmer and chef—and the journey from land to table. Readers are invited along to visit the men and women who grow, herd, ranch, and create artisanal foods that supply the finest restaurant chefs in the country. Harvest to Heat explores this dynamic relationship and paints beautiful portraits of these often unheralded people, even while it offers up a bounty of never before published, easy to cook recipes—100 in all. It will encourage readers to think fresh first and buy food locally, as well as motivate them to cook with the confidence of a four-star chef.




When we are growing up, we often don't see the value in the life lessons we are being taught by our parents and grandparents. We may be looking and listening, but still not comprehending. Sometimes, it takes maturity and similar experiences in our later years to really grasp the full meaning of their examples. My favorite Summer memories are of the times I spent with my grandparents working in our garden. My grandfather was a natural "master gardener". He grew the best tomatoes that I have ever tasted! One of a Southerner's favorite meals is a slice of juicy, ripe homegrown tomato on a fresh, hot butter biscuit! I used to love to help my grandfather plant the tomatoes. Dig a little hole, add some water, drop in the little plant, pat the dirt down, add a little water, repeat. On and on we went, row after row, until we were done. It was never work to me, it was just a special time shared with my grandfather. "Harvest to Heat: Cooking with America's Best Chefs, Farmers, and Artisans" is an expansive, enlightening encyclopedia of food producers and sellers, and those who create and serve food which sustains us body and soul. True foodies who love all aspects of food and food preparation will delight in the amazing stories, photos and recipes. Tempt your taste buds with these awesome dishes: "Smoky Pork & Apple Soup with Mustard"; "Halibut Poached in Pepper Butter with Roasted Corn Salad"; "Creme Fraiche Galette with Heirloom Tomatoes"; "Sweet Potatoes with Corn, Swiss Chard, and Caramelized Onions"; and "Honey-Mango Upside-Down Cake". Exquisite. Elemental. Essential.

Review Copy Gratis The Taunton Press


 Vegetarian Times Complete Cookbook

Vegetarian Times Complete Cookbook   by Lucy Moll and Vegetarian Times

"Vegetarian Times Complete Cookbook" is your definitive cookbook for vegetarians with more than six hundred delicious recipes, including vegetarian classics, meatless variations of American favorites, international dishes, healthful desserts, and more--plus, tips on cooking techniques, types of vegetarian diets, and health concerns.
"Vegetarian Times Complete Cookbook", by Lucy Moll and Vegetarian Times, is a taste-filled tutorial feting the vegetarian lifestyle and offering a veritable veggie feast of over 600 recipes. It certainly lives up to being called "complete", fully explaining the various types of vegetarian eating, and also including invaluable health and nutrition information. The guide to stocking your pantry with staples and the menu planning suggestions are very helpful, especially if you are new to the vegetarian lifestyle. The recommended cooking methods and food preparation techniques will aide you in making the most of the meal ingredients. The book does not include a photo of each recipe, but there are two inserts of color photos of selected prepared meals which look very tempting. The hundreds of recipes cover all meal courses and provide nutrition information for each dish. Some highlights include: "Mushroom Caps Stuffed with Basil, Sun-Dried Tomatoes and Parmesan"; "Garlic Toasts with Black Olive Tapenade"; "Classic Minestrone"; "Potato-Leek Soup"; "Antipasto Platter"; "Fennel-and-Red Onion Salad"; "Twenty-Minute Pasta Salad"; "Apple-Carrot-Pineapple Salad"; "Calzones with Sun-Dried Tomatoes and Garlic"; "Eggplant Parmesan"; "Creole Vegetable and Red Bean Jambalaya"; "Good Shepherd's Pie"; "Garden Vegetable Quiche"; and many other recipes for individual side dishes. The dessert section is delectable: "Pears in Raspberry Sauce"; "Layered Berry Parfaits in Champagne Glasses"; "Grand Marnier Souffle"; "Chocolate Ricotta Cream"; "Maple Rum Rice Creme with Chocolate Sauce"; "Chocolate-Espresso Cake with Espresso Sauce"; and many desserts made with a wonderful variety of fruits.
 Farm Fresh Southern Cooking: Straight from the Garden to Your Dinner Table

Farm Fresh Southern Cooking: Straight from the Garden to Your Dinner Table  by Tammy Algood


Is there anything better than a kitchen countertop spread with the spoils of a Saturday morning at the farmers market? Every trip yields some new assortment of old favorites and newfound treasures. One week, you re tempted by the sun-warmed heirloom tomatoes and the Mason jars brimming with orange blossom honey. Another week, it s the slabs of milky Havarti cheese and the Red Haven peaches heavy with juice, enticing you to spend just a little more than you planned. Kentucky pole beans, silky ears of sweet corn, and sacks of stone-ground buckwheat flour may find their way into your basket on another visit.

Whether you shop with a list or purely on impulse, you'll always find the truest taste of home at the local farms, roadside stands, and produce markets in your community. These are the places that offer up the native flavors of the South and all its seasons. They are your portal to the fields, the waters, and the vines where your food is cultivated. Get to know the origins of what you eat and the people who produce it. Tammy Algood s "Farm Fresh Southern Cooking "celebrates this experience with delicious recipes that will enhance the natural flavors of your latest market haul and stories of the South s most dedicated growers and culinary producers.




One of a Southerner's favorite meals is a slice of juicy, ripe homegrown tomato on a fresh, hot butter biscuit! I could almost taste that biscuit and feel the butter and juice from the tomato on my chin as I read "Farm Fresh Southern Cooking: Straight from the Garden to Your Dinner Table" by Tammy Algood. What a wonderful book! Beautifully produced on thick paper with colorful photos and helpful insights, this book is just the right size to be holdable and readable. As I write this in Spring, our Farmer's Markets here in the States will soon bloom with gorgeous produce and other seasonal offerings. However, at any given time, somewhere in the world, garden goodness is ripe for the picking and fruit orchards offer a bounty of delights. "Farm Fresh Southern Cooking" encourages you to go fresh, go local when possible, and go for the gusto of food prepared and served the way it was meant to be enjoyed! These recipes are literally a "return to the roots" of good food from good earth. I am not a great fan of black-eyed peas, but when I saw the photo and recipe for "Pea-Picking Salsa", I wanted to dip a pita chip right into that page! "Roasted Bacon Pecans"--heh-heh--pecan, butter, bacon, sugar, and salt--heh-heh!!! "Garden Vegetable Soup"--no meat at all--just gorgeous veggies and veggie stock, kicked up with added white wine. If I list all the marvelous ingredients in the "Sweet Potato and Shrimp Chowder", you might just start to cry from longing. "Hot Bacon Dressing over Wilted Greens" is an absolute Southern Classic--really! "Twice As Nice Corn Casserole" is so darn good, you must have at least two servings. "Parsnip and Tart Apple Puree"--a most perfect accompaniment to a pork main dish. "Baked Parmesan Catfish" will set your whiskers to twitching with its crusty, salty goodness. "Orchard Fresh Peach Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting"--have mercy! "Sweet Cherry Dessert Sauce" made with cherry brandy or liqueur--can you imagine the sinful goodness of this sauce on rich, dense, homemade vanilla ice cream! "Savory Zucchini Pie"--a crustless "quiche"--quick-mixed all in one bowl. "Summer Fruit Watermelon Smoothies"--fresh watermelon blended with ice, lime juice and raspberry sherbet--even just thinking about it is refreshing! Tammy Algood has written a delightful, delectable book that brings back many good memories to this Southerner's heart! "Farm Fresh Southern Cooking" is a sure pick when you are in the market for cookbook treat!

Review Copy Gratis Thomas Nelson Books

Recipes from the Root Cellar: 250 Fresh Ways to Enjoy Winter Vegetables

Recipes from the Root Cellar: 270 Fresh Ways to Enjoy Winter Vegetables   by Andrea Chesman


Nothing tastes better than the seasonal bounty of local farms. Everyone loves the spring-is-here excitement of peas and asparagus and the summer sweetness of tomatoes and corn. Now it s time to give the hearty, long-lasting bounty of the autumn garden its due. Whether these vegetables are eaten straight from the garden, out of a well-tended root cellar, or straight from the market, their flavors reward the home cook, and their nutritional benefits pack a powerful punch.




Root vegetables and greens have a hearty earthiness that makes them perfect for the savory dishes that warm us from Fall through Winter. Andrea Chesman's "Recipes From the Root Cellar" makes you want to eat your veggies! You'll learn how to identify, choose, store and prepare vegetables that are readily available in the cooler months. There are recipes for every course from salads on through to dessert. Vegetarian-friendly recipes are noted by a small leaf design next to the recipe title. Learning to cook with a wider variety of foods like root vegetables, greens, winter squash, and dried beans is not only healthy, it adds interest to everyday meals. "Sneaking in" pureed vegetables to foods like meatloaf, cornbread, pasta sauce, stuffing and more, adds flavor, moisture, texture and nutrients. When the individual food ingredients in recipes are naturally flavorful, then you can reduce the salt and fat in many of the recipes. Taste the food first, and then gradually add what you think it lacks. These wonderful recipes lack for nothing: "Maple-Glazed Baked Winter Vegetables", "Buttermilk Mashed Potatoes", "Caramelized Cabbage and Onion Tart", "Chicken Pot Pie with Sweet Potato Biscuits", "Winter Minestrone", and "Stuffed Cabbage Rolls". For the sweet tooth: "Maple-Apple Tea Cake", "Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting", and "Marbled Pumpkin Cheesecake". Are you hungry yet?

Review Copy Gratis Storey Publishing


An Everlasting Meal: Cooking with Economy and Grace

Reviving the inspiring message of M. F. K. Fisher’s How to Cook a Wolf— written in 1942 during wartime shortages—An Everlasting Meal shows that cooking is the path to better eating. Through the insightful essays in An Everlasting Meal, Tamar Adler issues a rallying cry to home cooks.

In chapters about boiling water, cooking eggs and beans, and summoning respectable meals from empty cupboards, Tamar weaves philosophy and instruction into approachable lessons on instinctive cooking. Tamar shows how to make the most of everything you buy, demonstrating what the world’s great chefs know: that great meals rely on the bones and peels and ends of meals before them.

She explains how to smarten up simple food and gives advice for fixing dishes gone awry. She recommends turning to neglected onions, celery, and potatoes for inexpensive meals that taste full of fresh vegetables, and cooking meat and fish resourcefully.

By wresting cooking from doctrine and doldrums, Tamar encourages readers to begin from wherever they are, with whatever they have. An Everlasting Meal is elegant testimony to the value of cooking and an empowering, indispensable tool for eaters today.

"An Everlasting Meal", by Tamar Adler, is an impressive, informed, invaluable inside look at the pleasure and practicality of food usage and cooking in a sustainable manner. Making the most of the flavors found in almost every part and particle of foods both common and exotic is not a new theory, nor is it one lacking in culinary satisfaction. On the contrary, learning to incorporate natural flavors and cooking essences into savory seasonings and sauces is a true treat for the taste buds. This is a carry-it-forward food plan that takes some skill in the kitchen, an organized mind, and a commitment to not letting valuable resources go to waste. Why throw it out and then have to go buy it again? Why not accept it, embrace it, and enjoy it? My favorite chapter in the book is "How to Live Well", and it glorifies one of the most humble, and most essential of all foods: the dried bean. Being from the South, I have an innate love for a bowl of brown beans with some boiled potatoes and a hunk of cornbread on the side. Add some sliced onions and slices of juicy home-grown tomatoes, and you have a peasant's meal fit for royalty! There are wonderful recipes and cooking tips throughout "An Everlasting Meal", but there is also a gentle reminder of how simple and soothing it can be to just cook and enjoy food with your family and friends.

Review Copy Gratis Simon & Schuster

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