Portland Farmers Market Cookbook
Portland Farmers Market Cookbook presents 100 recipes that are organized by season. This cookbook is a tribute to Portland, a city known for its farmers' markets. Recipes include Pear Upside-Down Cake with Caramel Cream and Bacon from Olympia Provisions, Roasted Fennel and Herbed Mussels in Vermouth and Cream from Ox, and Dandelion-Ricotta Gnocchi with Spicy Orange Brown Butter from Bar Avignon.
Format: Softcover, 245 pages.
Publisher: Sasquatch Books
Author: Ellen Jackson
Description: The Portland Farmers Market, open year-round, is consistently named among the country's top ten for its beautiful location; bounty of locally grown produce; and small-batch, handcrafted foods. Featuring 100 seasonally organized recipes, the Portland Farmers Market Cookbook celebrates the farmers, vendors, and shoppers who make up this vibrant and thriving community.
Provided by Portland-area growers, chefs, and cooks, the recipes are inspired by the region's abundant ingredients and by the foragers, farmers, and fishermen who sell their goods at the market.
Complete with stories about the market's producers, shopping and cooking tips, and beautiful color photography, the cookbook is a celebration of a place and its people who are proud to share their bounty with the Portland community and beyond.
Condition: Page tips are lightly creased in the first section of the book. Further, good condition.
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