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Southern Living Farmers Market Cookbook: A Fresh Look at Local Flavor (Southern Living (Hardcover Oxmoor)) Hardcover – March 16, 2010
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Focusing on fresh, local ingredients, each recipe is categorized by season, so the ingredients we will be buying will definitely be at their peak, making for a better tasting end result. A beautiful full-color photograph accompanies each recipe and the steps given are easy to follow, even for beginners, like myself. Tips on adjusting flavors, substituting ingredients, and storage are also included right next to the recipe, which is really helpful.
So far, my favorite recipes have been the Maple Coffee and the Rhubarb Upside Cake, but I can't wait to try the Caramel Apples and the Eggplant Parmesan. Yum!
A section at the front of the book explains how to best use the book and reasons for buying local ingredients. The back has a great index, a list of local farmer's markets by state, as well as a list of food festivals by state, which was a really neat feature. I learned about 4 food festivals in Virginia that I had never even heard of.
This book would make an excellent gift for someone that grows their own garden, as well as those who like to shop local. It's on my Christmas gift list for sure!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It was wonderful, we ordered it as a gift for our Granddaughter who is getting married in June. What a great gift.Published 4 months ago by catering
Offers a lot of good recipes. Obviously not on line, but then you usually do most of your cooking at home and a book is better than on line.Published 18 months ago by Kathy
I would highly recommend this cook book. If there ever was a series of these made I would buy them.Published on April 30, 2014 by Michael W.
Yesterday I made Summer Squash recipe because I was having company over and the recipe looked good. It was good, but I halfed the recipe and have leftovers. Read morePublished on August 12, 2013 by Margaret I. Park