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The Vermont Farm Table Cookbook: 150 Home Grown Recipes from the Green Mountain State (The Farm Table Cookbook) Paperback – May 6, 2013
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In "The Vermont Farm Table Cookbook: 150 Home-Grown Recipes from the Green Mountain State," freelance food writer, food stylist, and recipe developer Tracey Medeiros has compiled delicious, nutritious, and "kitchen cook friendly" recipes that celebrate the culinary contributions of Vermont to the rest of America." (The Midwest Book Review)
"What a pleasure to see the pictures and read the stories of these farms - some I know well, and others I've just driven past. They're our glory in Vermont - and with these recipes it's a glory that can easily be shared." (Bill McKibben, author of The End of Nature and founder of 350.org)
"If you're a participant in CSA (Community Supported Agriculture), as I am this growing season, The Vermont Farm Table Cookbook by Tracey Medeiros could become your new kitchen bible." (Joanna McQuillan, Food Editor for The Standard-Times Newspaper)
"Beyond being delicious in concept, the recipes are perfectly written." (Know Where Your Food Comes From blog)
"I've been working on trying to cook a little bit more lately, especially with Thanksgiving right around the corner, and I found this cookbook so inspiring." (Tata Harper Founder of Tata Harper Skincare)
From the Author
"My hope and goal through this book is to get the word out there on a local and national level. I want to keep these farmers employed and help them succeed. I also want to excite the younger generations, to plant that seed in our youth that says, 'Maybe I will try to be a farmer one day.' "
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I belong to a cookbook club and made two of the recipes so far, loved them.. especially blueberry pizza with carmelized onions and goat cheese. Big hit..
This cookbook has leaves, trees and more trees but no great food shots.
There are so many typos and email address errors. Just to name two email errors, Jasper Hill and Foote Brook Farm.
Some of the photos don't even go with write-up on that page.
The author needs a better photographer and better proof readers. Also why are there two different covers?
I would not try the recipes because I doubt their accuracy