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Dishing Up the Dirt: Simple Recipes for Cooking Through the Seasons Hardcover – March 14, 2017
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“Andrea’s approach to food is honest, real, and down-to-earth. Her descriptions of life on the farm are beautifully timeless, while her recipes breathe new life into the idea of cooking dinner after a long, hard day’s work. Dishing Up the Dirt is packed full of flavorful dishes that are not the least bit fussy.” (Dana Shultz, author of Minimalist Baker's Everyday Cooking: 101 Entirely Plant-Based, Mostly Gluten-Free, Easy and Delicious Recipes)
“Reading this book makes me yearn for the joy of cooking vegetables right out of the garden and warming up by a woodstove in winter. Andrea’s recipes are refreshingly uncomplicated, delicious, and a wonderful way to celebrate the seasons.” (Amy Chaplin, James Beard Award winning author of At Home in the Whole Food Kitchen: Celebrating the Art of Eating Well)
“Andrea’s approach to food is honest, real, and down-to-earth. Her descriptions of life on the farm are beautifully timeless, while her recipes breathe new life into the idea of cooking dinner after a long, hard day’s work. Dishing Up the Dirt is packed full of flavorful dishes that are not the least bit fussy.” (Molly Yeh, author of Molly on the Range: Recipes and Stories from an Unlikely Life on a Farm)
“Proceed with caution: Contents may inspire you to drop everything and start an organic farm. Bemis’s recipes are as farm-to-table as they get.” (Tasting Table)
“The creator of the popular farm-to-table blog “Dishing Up the Dirt” builds on her success with this beautiful, simple, seasonally driven cookbook.” (Publishers Weekly)
“CSA subscribers and farmers market devotees, Andrea Bemis’ Dishing Up the Dirt is the 2017 title for you. Organized by season, killer farm-to-table recipes are interspersed with snaps of the couple’s farm and honest, memoir-like writing.” (Nicole Perry, Popsugar)
From the Back Cover
Some recipes are dreamed up in the kitchen. Others are dished up from the dirt. For Andrea Bemis, who owns and operates an organic vegetable farm with her husband in Parkdale, Oregon, meals are inspired by the day’s harvest. In this stunning cookbook, Andrea shares simple, inventive, and delicious recipes for cooking through the seasons. Welcome to life on Tumbleweed Farm—where the work may be hard, but the stove is always warm.
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I've been a longtime reader of Andrea's blog, and her recipes have been a gateway to introducing a larger variety of veggies into my diet. When she announced her book, I was excited to pre-order it - both to support a hard-working farmer and have a more veggie-centric cookbook. Dividing the recipes into seasons was a good idea, and makes it easy to navigate based on what's available. She includes several, very versatile sauces and new (to me) ways to prepare vegetables that are useful for someone like me who wants more interesting things to do with them besides roasting or sauteeing. It's especially helpful for someone who struggles with side dishes and gets stuck in a roasted-broccoli rut (also me). The story woven into the book about her farm life with Taylor makes me thankful that people like her exist and do enjoy working the land to make our food. Overall, it's a great cookbook for using seasonal ingredients in simple ways and learning more about the life of your local farmer.
*** EDIT July 2017: The pages have become detached from the binding after just a few months of use. Disappointing.
Great job Andrea you have a new fan.