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Jam It, Pickle It, Cure It: And Other Cooking Projects Hardcover – April 28, 2009
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* A collection of 75 recipes for making artisan foods and drinks at home.
* Features instructions for homemade cheeses, condiments, smoked meats, pickles, noodles, crackers and breadsticks, popsicles, jams, cordials, and more.
* The only book to offer a wide selection of projects that can be completed over a single weekend.
* Special feature--the book includes creative packaging ideas for these gift-worthy creations.
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I have about 70 cookbooks in my collection and this is the first one that I immediately made 4 recipes from - graham crackers, peanut butter cups, marshmallows, and pasta - all things that I had never made before and all four turned out beautifully! I am never going to buy marshmallows in a bag again! The instructions are easy to follow, the pictures are beautiful, and most recipes aren't written to take a lifetime in the kitchen (which is important for me with a husband and baby at home). I've already recommended it to my "serious" cook friends - this is not a cookbook for a novice or someone who doesn't know their way around the kitchen. But if you love to cook, this one is for you!
One critical element that this book includes that most of my others do not - what to do with all of your little homemade condiments and fresh cheese. I can certainly come up with my own ideas, but it's refreshing to find an author that includes items from the book in the other recipes within the book. You can take as many steps as you like and use the finished product or morph it into something even bigger. I also never thought of making my own butter with the added bonus of buttermilk, which doesn't exist in my part of the world. Kudos to Karen Solomon!