Posts Tagged ‘james beard’

Now Is The Time for Pickling

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The tart relish known as Picalilli. Image courtesy of Well Preserved

 

Soon the bushel baskets will be arriving, full of plum tomatoes, wax beans, little eggplants the size of eggs – all of it just waiting to be pickled and preserved. Maybe this is something you do every year, spend a day making tomato sauce from scratch, or apricot jelly, or zucchini chow chow. Or maybe you’ve never done it before and each year, when you see those bushel baskets full of beautiful, freshly harvested produce, you get a feverish desire to make it happen this year.

What if you create a new strain of super duper botulism and kill the world?

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Favourite Recipes From New Cookbooks – In My Mother’s Kitchen

There are a lot of cookbooks in the bookstores these days, it is no longer a matter of choosing between “The Joy of Cooking” and “Mastering the Art of French Cooking”. Here we will share recipes from new cookbooks that might otherwise get lost under the barrage of Rachael Ray titles on the shelves.

 

James Beard Award-winning author, Trish Magwood has written a beautiful cookbook that is an elegant yet homey look at the recipes shared in her family through the generations. Continue »