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In Fresh From the Farmer's Market, Year-Round Recipes for the Pick of the Crop, by Janet Fletcher (Chronicle Books; $19.95), you'll find a wealth of inspired creations. Selection and storage tips are included, along with color photographs. Among the 75 tempting dishes are Fingerling Potato Salad With Fennel, White Peaches in Raspberry Wine Sauce, Apple and Dried Cherry Crisp, Radicchio With Raisins and Pine Nuts, and Penne With Broccoli Sauce.
I tried a couple recipes over the years and was very disappointed every time.
The book is arranged by season, and each chapter starts with descriptions of the best foods of the season as well as how to select and store them.
Outwardly the florets look okay, but as the author explains--fresh cauliflower means the best eating experience is the same day!
Just alright as far as recipes and information for my cooking needs and teaching needs. A bit more variety paired with animal foods.Published 5 months ago by Judy Chambers
I really like this book. I have a good sized garden and I am always looking for new recipes to use the produce.Published 20 months ago by Patricia Currier
I loved this book. It inspired me to try to go to our local farmer's markets (although they aren't the best in UT) find and try new fruits and vegetables.Published on September 12, 2009 by LMV78
If you frequent farmer's markets or order fresh fruit and vegetables through an organic co-op, this book is really helpful. Read morePublished on July 24, 2009 by Deborah Verlen