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Serving Up the Harvest: Celebrating the Goodness of Fresh Vegetables: 175 Simple Recipes Paperback – April 30, 2007
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“No matter where you find your vegetables, their fresh-from-the-earth goodness demands inspired preparation. Andrea Chesman shares more than 175 recipes designed to bring out the very best in produce. Serving up the harvest has never been so delicious!” – Mother Earth News
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Buy them at a farmers' market, a grocery store or a roadside farmstand. Or pick them in daily batches from your own garden. No matter where you find your vegetables, their fresh-from-the-earth goodness demands inspired preparation. Andrea Chesman shares more than 175 recipes designed to bring out the very best in whatever produce is peaking now. From spring's first Peas and New Potato Salad to autumn's sweet Caramelized Winter Squash and Onion Pizza, serving up the harvest has never been so delicious!
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Fortunately, this book is the solution to those of you who don't know what to do with all of your home grown vegetables; It is specifically designed for that purpose.
A friend of mine gave me this book and after glancing through it I was completely blown away at the contents. By subject, it starts with the vegetable that matures first in a normal harvest year and gives information on it, maybe a bit of history and then several recipes. Don't know what to do with all your tomatoes? This will give you some ideas rather than letting them rot in the compost.
Not only that it also talks about basic sauces, herbs and mixtures that you could pay a fortune for but you could make with everything in your yard! Pesto is a good start as basil grows like a wonderful weed and I was able to create four pints with all of my remaining basil of the season. Or, the very expensive Herbes de Provence is actually a mix of 8 herbs that you can mix yourself, store and even give to friends. Helps you save a buck! Or try making herbed croûtons from scratch. It's easier than you think.
This goes over every vegetable you can think of and is simply loaded with easy recipes and even seemingly complicated gourmet dishes.Read more ›
My only wish is that it also had fruits! anyone know of a similar version with fruits?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This has become one of my "go-to" cookbooks during the harvest season. The recipes are organized in such an easy way, I love how the author has grouped things together. Read morePublished 25 days ago by AlaskaMama
We love this cookbook so much we bought it as a gift for my in-laws. Hoping we'll use it even more in a few years after we've established a vegetable garden of our own.Published 6 months ago by Ann-Marie Frisk
Not for the vegetarian or vegan at heart, title is deceptive, the goodness of vegetables doesn't require bacon.Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
The recipes seem great, but I haven't had a chance to make any of the recipes yet. It has a nice layout though and certainly seems to make it easy to utilize what is in season.Published 12 months ago by Amazonian
It was delivered fast but am a little disappointed in the content.Published 18 months ago by Texas Longhorns 1950
Awesome gardening and cookbook! I purchased this book because I can always use new ways to prepare the fresh vegies out of my garden. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Susie
Vegetable cooking at its best! I've been looking for a book that would expand my horizons beyond broccoli and green beans and I think this is it. Read morePublished on February 23, 2014 by Kindle Customer
I want to start eating better and build up my health and I thought this book could really help me. The book arrived in perfect condition.Published on February 14, 2014 by S. L. Pieper