With The Minnesota Homegrown Cookbook, you can recreate delicious local dishes, as prepared at some of the state's most beloved restaurants and cafes.
Locally grown food can't be beat for flavor, nutrition, or beauty. From the Twin Cities to the North Shore and in between, many of Minnesota's best restaurants use locally grown produce and meats to create their finest dishes.
The Minnesota Homegrown Cookbook celebrates the best of our state with 100 local recipes from the state's finest restaurants, cafes, and bed and breakfasts, using incredibly fresh ingredients from regional farmers, markets, and organic producers. Restaurant profiles will tempt those who want adventures on the road as well as in the kitchen?"you'll find yourself planning a trip to taste these inspired dishes.
Local favorite recipes range from breakfast to dessert and include: Lois's Buttermilk Pancakes, Wild Mushroom-Tomato Bisque, Barbecue Bacon Elk Burger, and Norwegian Rommegrot Cream Pudding.
The Minnesota Homegrown Cookbook is beautifully illustrated with full-color, full-page photographs of the finished dishes, the ingredients, Minnesota landscapes, and the chefs and producers themselves.
This new edition is updated with 30% new material and restaurant information."
The Minnesota Farmers Market Cookbook is a guide to choosing, preserving, and preparing the seasonal food you find at farmers markets, plus 80 recipes from local chefs and farmers.
Bowls of heavy, red tomatoes; stacks of tender sweet corn; baskets of crisp green beans: this is what summer looks like at the farmers market. The number of farmers markets in Minnesota has more than tripled over the last decade (from 45 in 2002 to more than 150 today) as we search out the healthiest, most delicious, and most local food we can find. The trouble is, sometimes we simply don't know what to do with a heaping basket of green beans--not to mention $3 of kohlrabi. The Minnesota Farmers Market Cookbook solves that problem. It's easy to use--you can look up food by name, season, or recipe--and supremely helpful in figuring out how to choose the best produce, store it so it stays fresh as long as possible, and prepare it with simple, delectable recipes that you'll return to again and again.
More than 80 recipes collected from chefs, vendors, and foodies around the state showcase the best of seasonal cooking, from Andrew Zimmern's zuppa valdostana to Lenny Russo's grilled pork tenderloin to Atina Diffley's sesame kale. If you're not a whiz in the kitchen, don't worry--author Tricia Cornell explains basic cooking techniques and offers timesaving tips for busy folks who want to eat right. Maps and a complete market directory benefit explorers and rookies alike: if you don't know where your nearest market is, or you know it so well you're craving a change of scenery, take a look inside.
"Those indulgent, comfort food-esque dishes Tieghan is] known for aren't going anywhere. . . . You'll be hard-pressed to decide which one to make first."--Food & Wine We all want to make and serve our loved ones beautiful food--but we shouldn't have to work so hard to do it. With Half Baked Harvest Super Simple, Tieghan Gerard has solved that problem. On her blog and in her debut cookbook, Tieghan is beloved for her freshly sourced, comfort-food-forward recipes that taste even better than they look. Half Baked Harvest Super Simple takes what fans loved most about Half Baked Harvest Cookbook and distills it into quicker, more manageable dishes, including options for one-pot meals, night-before meal prep, and even some Instant Pot(R) or slow cooker recipes. Using the most important cooking basics, you'll whip up everyday dishes like Cardamom Apple Fritters, Spinach and Artichoke Mac and Cheese, and Lobster Tacos to share with your family, or plan stress-free dinner parties with options like Slow Roasted Moroccan Salmon and Fresh Corn and Zucchini Summer Lasagna. Especially for home cooks who are pressed for time or just starting out, Half Baked Harvest Super Simple is your go-to for hassle-free meals that never sacrifice taste.
The wickedly entertaining, hunger-inducing, behind-the-scenes story of the revolution in American food that has made exotic ingredients, celebrity chefs, rarefied cooking tools, and destination restaurants familiar aspects of our everyday lives.Amazingly enough, just twenty years ago eating sushi was a daring novelty and many Americans had never even heard of salsa. Today, we don't bat an eye at a construction worker dipping a croissant into robust specialty coffee, city dwellers buying just-picked farmstand produce, or suburbanites stocking up on artisanal cheeses and extra virgin oils at supermarkets. The United States of Arugula is a rollicking, revealing stew of culinary innovation, food politics, and kitchen confidences chronicling how gourmet eating in America went from obscure to pervasive--and became the cultural success story of our era.
The use of Southwestern herbs and spices really kick up the taste in these sauces, salsas, side dishes, main dishes, breads, and even desserts. Chile-Rubbed Rib-Eye Steaks, Red Chile Onion Rings, Prickly Pear Barbecue Sauce, Chipotle Cheese Bread, andSouthwest Caramel Apple Pie are just a few of the delicious recipes.
With their helpful Dutch oven tips and information about Southwestern ingredients, the Dumlers' will have you cooking a fiesta in no time.
George Dumler spent his early years on a cattle ranch where his grandpa would cook in a Dutch oven over the branding fire. He learned to cook as a youngster and has been creating tasty Dutch oven dishes ever since. Dumler particularly enjoys cooking main and side dishes using Southwestern flavors.
Carolyn Dumler grew up on a dairy farm and learned to cook for a large family at a young age. She especially enjoyed baking breads and sweet treats; she still does. It wasn't until after she married George that she learned to cook in a Dutch oven. George and Carolyn live in Tucson, Arizona, where their coworkers happily test all of their new recipes.
As craft brewing becomes increasingly inventive, with new beers demonstrating remarkable complexity, one region of the United States is particularly notable for its fascinating brewing scene: the Northeast. New England and the Mid-Atlantic boast some of America's most interesting craft breweries--there, beer lovers can discover exceptional brews, lively taprooms, spectacular views, and many other qualities that make the Northeast a must-visit region for anyone interested in craft brewing. In The Great Northeast Brewery Tour, beer expert Ben Keene introduces readers to sixty two of the most incredible breweries in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, and Washington, D.C. Breweries like Allagash Brewing in Portland, Maine, and Smuttynose Brewing Company in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, allow visitors to tour the facilities, offering an inside look at how great beers are created. Places such as Brewery Ommegang in Cooperstown, New York, where visitors can try delicious Belgian food to accompany Belgian-style ales, and Harpoon Brewery in Boston are surrounded by stunning landscapes. Each brewery discussed is unique and special, much like the region's brewing heritage. Brewery profiles include interesting facts about each brewery and its history, along with useful practical information like directions, nearby accommodations, and local dining options that highlight craft beer. Spectacular full-color photography accompanies each profile, and sidebars throughout the text provide supplementary information on tasting methods, beer styles, and more. The Great Northeast Brewery Tour is an ideal resource for anyone interested in beer, whether you're planning a trip across the Northeast or simply curious to learn more about the region's innovative beer scene.