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Half Baked Harvest Cookbook: Recipes from My Barn in the Mountains Hardcover – September 12, 2017
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"...recipes veer from Braised Pork Tamale Burrito Bowls to Crispy Buffalo Quinoa Bites with no logic other than flat-out good taste." --Epicurious
"Gerard's collection of recipes is filled with delights for weekday nights and weekend revels." --BookPage
About the Author
TIEGHAN GERARD is a food photographer, stylist, and recipe developer. Her blog, Half Baked Harvest, features a hearty mix of savory, sweet, healthy, and indulgent recipes... with a good amount of chocolate. She believes every diet should include a little bit of chocolate because balance is the key to life!
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The HBH cookbook contains the same mix of healthy and decadent offerings, ranging from meat-y and cheese-y to vegetarian, as the blog does. At first glance, I thought there were a number of recipes that overlapped with the blog, but actually they've all been tweaked (updated? improved?) a little. That 5-ingredient beer bread which first won me over is here, in a different (and better) iteration as a honey beer bread. It tastes even better than the original. The cheesy quinoa bake from her blog is here but again, slightly different (and possibly a little healthier). Similar story for the French onion soup (now Irish French onion soup). The only obvious exceptions are items like the butter chicken, which is on her blog to feature this cookbook release.
So far, I've made that beer bread, the amazing corn and blueberry salsa, the BBQ short ribs, the ginger-miso eggplant, and the miso beef and ramen noodle stir-fry (I didn't cook my steak quite as long as she cooks hers). Everything has been exceptional, well-balanced, and totally approachable for any one interested in cooking at home. You'll need some pretty standard spices, and perhaps a bit of patience for long and slow cooking, but otherwise there are no fancy ingredients or expensive kitchen items required to pull these recipes together.
Tieghan has a great voice, and interesting story, and shares recipes full of bold flavor that have been clearly well-tested.
In case you are wondering I made the braised pork tamale burrito bowls, fig and cider pork chops and garlic lemon butter shrimp.