Nine Seasons Cookbook
Nine Seasons Cookbook, a Yankee Magazine publication, contains over 150 recipes that span the nine New England seasons. This regional cookbook has many fresh and exciting recipes.
Format: Softcover, 176 pages.
Publisher: Yankee Books
Author: Pat Haley
Description: City friends who ask what we do all winter," writes author Pat Haley, "don't know about cabin fever season, mud season, and sugaring season." Haley knows there are at least nine seasons in a New England year, and in The Nine Seasons Cookbook she shares her ideas on how a cook can cope with every one of them. Here are suggestions for defying cabin fever with a midwinter party; making the most of maple syrup; celebrating springtime with fiddleheads, rhubarb, and dandelions; using up all those green tomatoes, and creating "impossible pies for the impossible season" of November.
Upcountry cooks and flatlanders alike will take pleasure in Haley's evocative observations and in the enticing dishes drawn from her years as a New England newspaper food writer. Recipes include traditional New England dishes as well as plenty of thoroughly original surprises -- from Maple Squash Bread to Champagne Punch with Strawberries, Chicken Roasted with Cider to World Class Peanut Butter Fudge.
With more than 150 recipes, plus lots of food for thought, The Nine Seasons Cookbook makes for great reading and great feasting!
Condition: Good condition. Corner tip slightly bent.
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