“…healthy recipes that are creative and comforting.” –Oregonian
“Maple is a unique culinary resource and will prove to be an enduringly popular addition to personal, family, and community library cookbook collections.”—Midwest Book Review
“A well rounded book about a topic that is timed perfectly with our collective interest in alternative sweeteners, healthier fare, and the cozy flavors of autumn and winter.”—The Oregonian
“These recipes fairly shout ‘fall in New England.’”—The Recorder
“Webster’s enthusiasm for all things maple is infectious. Featuring varied recipe categories and an attractive, easy-to-browse design, her cookbook will interest home cooks of all skill levels.”—Library Journal, starred review
“Every now and then, you run across a cookbook with so many delicious-looking recipes, you're not sure which one to try first. Such is Maple...”—Grandparents.com
“Not just a great gift, a great resource for the upcoming holiday season!”—Retailing Insight
About the Author
Katie studied art and photography at Skidmore College and is a graduate of the New England Culinary Institute. She is a contributing editor to, and former recipe developer and tester for, Eating Well magazine. Her work also regularly appears in Fitness and Parents magazines, as well as around the Internet.
When she’s not cooking, styling, and taking photographs, you can find Katie teaching fitness classes, gardening, or spending time with her husband and daughters. Visit her online at HealthySeasonalRecipes.com.