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Here are 115 delectable wine recipes to guide you through everything from making your very first batch of kit wine to mastering advanced techniques for making wine from fresh grapes.
With advice on every aspect of woodstoves — from buying to cleaning to cooking on and in — this book will show you how to get more use out of your family-room or country-cabin woodstove.
Mother Earth NewsGuide To Living on Less, 2nd Edition E-book
Are you looking for simple ideas to save money? The Mother Earth NewsGuide to Living on Less, 2nd Edition E-book has dozens of …
Mother Earth News Guide To Living on Less, 2nd Edition E-book
Are you looking for simple ideas to save money? The Mother Earth News Guide to Living on Less, 2nd Edition E-book has dozens of ideas to help you save money on food, housing and energy, while also living a greener life.
The articles featured are fun and will help you save a few dollars. Some tips and advice included in these articles include:
Enjoy growing your own food this year with the help of the latest edition of the Mother Earth News Food &. Garden Series Guide to Growing Your Own Food E-book. Filled with some of the best articles, images and advice from Mother Earth News, this beneficial guide will have you growing the most bountiful garden!
Learn how to maintain a healthy garden with help from information packed articles, such as:
Mother Earth NewsGuide To Growing Your Own Food, 2nd Edition E-book
This year, enjoy the benefits of growing and eating your own food! The latest installment of the Mother Earth NewsGuide …
Mother Earth News Guide To Growing Your Own Food, 2nd Edition E-book
This year, enjoy the benefits of growing and eating your own food! The latest installment of the Mother Earth News Guide to Growing Your Own Food E-book will help you save money and improve your health. Covering growing, harvesting, feasting and everything in between, this guide can help you save money with a wealth of gardening projects, plans and ideas.
Tired of needing a science manual to understand a list of ingredients? Fed up with being dependent on rising food costs? Now you can control what you eat with the Mother Earth News: Guide To Growing Your Own Food, 2nd Edition E-book. Learn how to maintain healthy garden soil. Find out the secret to growing the best berries. Read the four key strategies for a weed-free garden! And more!
CLEARANCE ITEM. PREVIOUS RETAIL PRICE WAS $17.95. AVAILABLE ONLY WHILE SUPPLIES LAST!Chasing Chiles looks at both the future of place-based foods and the effects of climate change on agric…
CLEARANCE ITEM. PREVIOUS RETAIL PRICE WAS $17.95. AVAILABLE ONLY WHILE SUPPLIES LAST!
Chasing Chiles looks at both the future of place-based foods and the effects of climate change on agriculture through the lens of the chile pepper — from the farmers who cultivate this iconic crop to the cuisines and cultural traditions in which peppers play a huge role.
Why chile peppers? Both a spice and a vegetable, chile peppers have captivated imaginations and taste buds for thousands of years. Native to Mesoamerica and the New World, chiles are currently grown on every continent, since their relatively recent introduction to Europe (in the early 1500s via Christopher Columbus). Chiles are delicious, dynamic, and very diverse — they have been rapidly adopted, adapted and assimilated into numerous world cuisines, and while malleable to a degree, certain heirloom varieties are deeply tied to place and culture — but now accelerating climate change may be scrambling their terroir.
Over a year-long journey, three pepper-loving gastronauts — an agroecologist, a chef and an ethnobotanist — set out to find the real stories of America’s rarest heirloom chile varieties, and learn about the changing climate from farmers and other people who live by the pepper, and who, lately, have been adapting to shifting growing conditions and weather patterns. They put a face on an issue that has been made far too abstract for our own good.
Chasing Chiles is not your archetypal book about climate change, with facts and computer models delivered by a distant narrator. On the contrary, these three dedicated chileheads look and listen, sit down to eat, and get stories and recipes from on the ground — in farmers' fields, local cafes and the desert-scrub hillsides across North America. From the Sonoran Desert to Santa Fe and St. Augustine (the two oldest cities in the United States), from the marshes of Avery Island in Cajun Louisiana to the thin limestone soils of the Yucatan, this book looks at how and why climate change will continue to affect our palates and our producers, and how it already has.
This lighthearted, full-color illustrated gift book balances edible flower history and lore with proper handling and preparation techniques, and more than 50 recipes (from appetizers and drinks to mai…
This lighthearted, full-color illustrated gift book balances edible flower history and lore with proper handling and preparation techniques, and more than 50 recipes (from appetizers and drinks to main dishes and desserts). Eat Your Roses shows us how to look beyond the veggie patch for great food ideas, and check out our flowerbeds.
CLEARANCE ITEM. PREVIOUS RETAIL PRICE WAS $16.99 AVAILABLE ONLY WHILE SUPPLIES LAST!Make Your Own Drinks delivers the natural quality of homemade drinks, highlighting the additives and un…
CLEARANCE ITEM. PREVIOUS RETAIL PRICE WAS $16.99 AVAILABLE ONLY WHILE SUPPLIES LAST!
Make Your Own Drinks delivers the natural quality of homemade drinks, highlighting the additives and un-naturalness of many shop-bought products, as well as all the benefits of sourcing fresh, local, seasonal ingredients, which then translates into real value for money.
In Make Your Own Drinks award-winning author Susy Atkins gives the low-down on how to create delicious cordials, wines, infusions, liqueurs and health-giving juices from fresh, seasonal home-grown or locally sourced ingredients with minimum fuss and maximum results. Recipes for more than 100 drinks include thirst-quenching Apple Juice, rich Blackcurrant Cordial, tasty Limoncello and enticing Sloe Gin. Whether you are a gardener with a glut of summer berries, a forager seeking inspiration for armfuls of hand-picked elderflower or a farmers' market devotee wondering what to do with a bulk-buy of late-season apples, Make Your Own Drinks will guide you in the right direction, giving tips, advice and recipe ideas on how to make easy, cheap, mouth-watering and additive-free drinks from the bounty of natural ingredients available.
Ripe is a different kind of cookbook. Arranged by color, Ripe takes hungry readers and cooking enthusiasts on a stunning visual tour of product, from the extremely approachable to the somewhat exotic.…
Ripe is a different kind of cookbook. Arranged by color, Ripe takes hungry readers and cooking enthusiasts on a stunning visual tour of product, from the extremely approachable to the somewhat exotic. Lighthearted stories, spectacular photographs, and simple ingredient combinations tempt and inspire you by appealing to your senses, and your sense of play. With 150 photographs and 75 delicious recipes organized by color, Ripe celebrates the visual beauty and culinary potential in all fruits and vegetables.
Red: Beets, Cherries, Pomegranates, Radicchio, Rhubarb
Orange: Apricots, Kumquats, Nectarines, Persimmon, Yams
Yellow: Bananas, Corn, Lemons, Squash Blossoms
Green: Artichokes, Avocadoes, Fava Beans, Honeydew, Kale, Zucchini
Purple and Blue: Eggplant, Figs, Plums, Blackberries, Blueberries
White: Bosc Pears, Coconut, Jicama, Parsnips, Potatoes
It is difficult to think of a food more basic, more essential, and more universal than bread. Common to the diets of both the rich and the poor, bread is one of our oldest foods. Loaves and rolls have…
It is difficult to think of a food more basic, more essential, and more universal than bread. Common to the diets of both the rich and the poor, bread is one of our oldest foods. Loaves and rolls have been found in ancient Egyptian tombs, and wheat has been found in pits where human settlements flourished 8,000 years ago. Many anthropologists argue that the ability to sow and reap cereals, the grains necessary for making bread, could be one of the main reasons why man settled in communities, and even today the concept of “breaking bread together” is a lasting symbol of the uniting power of a meal.
Bread is an innovative mix of traditional history, cultural history, travelogue, and cookbook. William Rubel begins with the amazing invention of bread approximately 20,000 years ago in the Fertile Crescent and ends by speculating on the ways in which cultural forces and advances in biotechnology may influence the development of bread in the twenty-first century. Rubel shows how simple choices, may be responsible for the widespread preference for wheat over other bread grains and for the millennia-old association of elite dining with white bread. He even provides an analysis of the different components of bread, such as crust and crumb, so that readers may better understand the breads they buy. With many recipes integrated with the text and a glossary covering 100 breads, Bread goes well beyond the simple choice of white or wheat.
Here, general readers will find an approachable introduction to the history of bread and to the many forms that bread takes throughout the world, and bread bakers will discover a history of the craft and new ways of thinking that will inspire experimentation.
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