• Title: The Harvest Eating Cookbook: More than 200 Recipes for Cooking with Seasonal Local Ingredients
  • Author: Keith Snow
  • Released: 2009-10-06
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 304
  • ISBN: 0762437413
From Seasonality is the watchword of the moment. Cooks demand fresh ingredients just arrived from farms in full abundance and at the peak of flavor. Snow puts forward a catalog of recipes designed to steer cooks in the direction of menus and meal preparation that take full advantage of such bounty. Although Snow sympathizes with the locavore movement, he is not strict about it, and his recipes call for items such as avocados, which must be trucked from southern climes to less-tropical regions. Snow’s recipes are all very simple, applying the least adornment to what are already superior ingredients. Symbols heading each recipe indicate the time of year most appropriate for them. Nevertheless, some of the recipes’ confusing instructions may puzzle cooks. Full-color photographs illustrate the book. Snow is about to launch a cooking series on PBS, so libraries may finds unusual demand for this title. --Mark Knoblauch

Review Library Journal, 10/09
“Strongly recommended for home cooks and fans of his web site and cooking show.”

Honolulu Advertiser, December 10, 2009
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