Eat locally AND seasonally with Eat Feed Autumn Winter by Anne Bramley, including recipes like Honey-Ginger Carrot Parsnip Latkes with Crème Fraîche; Parsnip Soufflés; and Venison with Cranberry-Port Relish.
by Anne Bramley
The renewed interest in eating and cooking locally brings with it a new challenge—eating seasonally. But that's easier to accomplish in summer, when sampling nature's bounty is as simple as a trip to the local green market. Being a consummate (and truly seasonal) cold-weather cook takes real creativity—and a deep enthusiasm for the fortifying pleasures of the autumn and wintertime table.
Anne Bramley has both. The host of the hit podcast Eat Feed heads straight to the kitchen when temperatures plunge, as she demonstrates in Eat Feed Autumn Winter.
Going well beyond cookbooks that focus solely on the holidays, Eat Feed Autumn Winter finds reason to celebrate throughout the year's twilit time. After helping you stock your pantry, Bramley presents meals to sustain you from the first chilly evenings of fall through the lengthening days that herald spring. With menus for enjoying the autumn harvest (Wheat Berry and Fig Salad, Feta-Olive Phyllo Cigars), celebrating the winter solstice (Lambswool Punch, Yule Log Cake), and warming up apres ski (Onion Rosti, Cheese Fondue), the book is a cornucopia—not just of delectable recipes but also of imaginative ideas for cold-weather entertaining.
Anne Bramley is the founder and host of the internationally acclaimed food podcast Eat Feed, named one of the top podcasts of 2005 by Slate. She has been featured on BBC and NPR radio programs, as well as in numerous newspapers, websites, and blogs. She lives with her husband and daughter in Boston, where they eagerly await the next snow day.
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