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The time to eat healthy and buy locally has arrived. Buying at farmers markets means getting better, fresh-picked produce that leads to amazing home-cooked meals.
Southern Farmers Market Cookbook teaches how to enjoy shopping at local markets and gives instruction on what to look for and what’s to be expected to make the experience more fulfilling and fun.
More than 75 seasonal recipes show how to take these tasty fresh foods from market to table in mouthwatering ways. Try the crisp Butter Bean and Grape Tomato Brushcetta, the sweet Wild Honey–Glazed Carrots with Mint and Green Onions, the savory Wine-Poached Salmon with Cucumber Crudité Sauce, and the luscious Warm Wild Cherry Carolina Gold Rice Pudding.
While Southern Farmers Market Cookbook features produce grown in South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, Kentucky, and Tennessee, many of the same foods can be purchased locally in most areas of the country.
A long-time restaurant critic and features writer for Charleston’s only daily newspaper, the Post and Courier, Holly Herrick has garnered multiple awards for food writing. A graduate of Boston College and recipient of Le Grande Diplomein pastry and cuisine from Le Cordon Bleu in Paris, France, Holly is a certified chef who puts her palate, creativity, and experience to use in manifesting tasty recipes using the freshest produce available throughout the growing season. She lives in Charleston, South Carolina.
Oh my goodness anything written by Holly Herrick is fantastic! Love, love, love her!Published 8 months ago by Shelley Wooldridge
Lots of great recipes that "normal" people might actually prepare. Makes use of common foods found at local farmers markets.Published on April 23, 2013 by Donald E. Austin Jr.
Awesome cookbook! I can't wait on the growing season to get here to try out all these fabulous recipes!Published on January 10, 2011 by southern bell
This book is beautiful. I will give you that. The recipes sound great and the stories about supporting local economy is a nice touch. Read morePublished on December 15, 2010 by kim
Whether you are a southerner or long to be one - this may possibly be the best "fresh" cookbook you will ever read. Read morePublished on September 24, 2009 by Dawn M. Faherty