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Salted and Cured

by Rachel Jagareski

The wave of interest in artisanal and fermented foods has made locally crafted cheeses, beers, and pickles a hot commodity at restaurants and farmers markets. Now preserved meats are bleeping bright on food lovers’ radar—those... Read More

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Full Moon Suppers at Salt Water Farm

by Rachel Jagareski

When Annemarie Ahearn was a teenager, she was dismayed by her parents’ decision to relocate from Wisconsin to build a house on a boggy former sheep farm on the Maine coast. Ahearn’s post-college mindset morphed over time, and... Read More

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Fiery Ferments

by Rachel Jagareski

Fermentation is an ancient method of preserving the harvest that has undergone a revival as a tasty way to receive the health benefits of probiotic cultures and enzymes. But the Shockeys aren’t just looking to replicate... Read More

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Dinner Déjà Vu

by Rachel Jagareski

Even chefs want to save precious time and money on groceries, a tricky balancing act when dining standards are high, but Jennifer Hill Booker has blazed such a trail to the stove. Her second cookbook, "Dinner Déjà Vu", blends both... Read More

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Farm to Table Asian Secrets

by Rachel Jagareski

A Singapore native of Chinese descent, Tanumihardja has a background in classic Asian cooking techniques and a taste for multilayered, contrasting flavors. When she came to the US, she used these culinary chops to incorporate unfamiliar... Read More

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A Year of Picnics

by Karen Rigby

"A Year of Picnics" is a thoughtful antidote to often hurried times. Ashley English presents twenty inspired picnics in A Year of Picnics: Recipes for Dining Well in the Great Outdoors. This charming guide packs savory comfort foods in a... Read More

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One-Pan Wonders

by Catherine Thureson

This helpful and highly informative cookbook will be a boon to both new cooks and experts. "One-Pan Wonders" presents more than 140 carefully tested recipes that can be made using a single cooking vessel. The recipes are all relatively... Read More

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Distilled Knowledge

by Catherine Thureson

Reading this book will transform any ordinary barfly into the most knowledgeable and interesting person at the bar. Clearly written and meticulously organized, "Distilled Knowledge" is packed with interesting facts about the science of... Read More

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