The Beautiful Cookbook From A Long Way North Shellie Froidevaux, Ewen Bell.
STEIRUD. FARM. BARDU,. NORWAY. At rst we thought staying in the “Summer Cabin”at Steirud Farm might not be such a great idea in the middle of winter.
Author: Shellie Froidevaux
Shellie Froidevaux & Ewen Bell take you on a journey into the arctic landscape in search of menus designed to cater for family sized gatherings. Step through the seasons and immerse yourself in the inspiration of each cabin and an integrated menu. Every menu in this collection was photographed at the table, capturing real moments of celebration. The recipes come from Shellie, from her hosts and often somewhere in between. They reflect the charms of cabin life in places far north. They are genuine and delicious.
Cooking and breaking bread with family and friends is one of the main activities
of cabin living. In The Seasonal Cabin Cookbook Teresa Marrone muses, “Cabin
life runs on a different pace than everyday life. Because you're free of the 9-to-5 ...
Author: Spike Carlsen
Publisher: Storey Publishing
Category: Biography & Autobiography
A carpenter’s humorous story of building a cabin on Lake Superior with his family—“part how-to, part memoir and part love story” (Minneapolis Star-Tribune). When carpenter Spike Carlsen and his wife set out, with their recently blended family of five kids, to build a cabin on the north shore of Lake Superior, they quickly realize that painting, parenting, and putting up drywall all come with both frustrations and unexpected rewards. Blending practical information with lively personal memoir, Cabin Lessons tells the wryly funny, heartwarming story of their eventful journey—from buying an unforgiving plot of land on an eroding cliff to finally enjoying the lakeside hideaway of their dreams. “Spike Carlsen’s book . . . chronicles the family’s route from a scenic dream (with a modest budget) to designing and building, to filling the space with family, to a (rejected) blank-check purchase offer from a slickster driving an Italian-made car. And it’s all told in the voice of someone you want to see sitting on the other side of the campfire, sharing a blanket with his wife, dispensing charming tales and life lessons.” —Duluth News Tribune (Minnesota)
Not every morning requires a big breakfast. Some mornings beg for a more
simple beginning. Yogurt parfaits are just what I crave to cool off during those hot summer mornings. But instead of mixing in raw fruit, give this a little touch of the
Author: Laura Bashar
Publisher: The Countryman Press
Get away from it all— but keep eating well! When it comes time to head out on the trail with a tent in hand, or to hit the road for a rural weekend at the cabin or lake house, there’s no reason to compromise on great food. It’s easy to whip up delicious meals with the recipes in this book: in addition to supply lists and prep work that can be done ahead of time, the instructions include options for cooking both outdoors over a roaring fire or indoors near a cozy hearth. Recipes include: Hasselback Sweet Potatoes Dutch Oven Lasagna Carne Asada Street Tacos Peach and Blueberry Cobbler The Camp & Cabin Cookbook is a feast for the eyes, with gorgeous photographs for every dish, from breakfast to snacks to dinner. Don’t leave home without it!
Her other books include The Seasonal Cabin Cookbook and The Back - Country
Kitchen : Camp Cooking for ... 84 Venison Stock , 175 Venison Vegetable Soup ,
97 V Venison , 77 Aging recommendations , 24 Recipes for venison or ...
Author: Teresa Marrone
Publisher: Creative Publishing International
Complete step-by-step directions for dressing and portioning all types of wild game.-- Over 100 mouthwatering recipes.
They wouldsit around thelittle summer cabin where mostof the cooking, canning,
and drying of fruits and vegetables was done.” Looking back,the area's food
wasthe farmtotable movement personified. Remembered Virginia Friend Kessler:
Author: Suzanne Martinson
Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press
Hailed as the most architecturally significant private residence in the United States, Fallingwater was a welcome retreat for Edgar J. Kaufmann, his wife Liliane, their son, Edgar jr., and their many guests. The Fallingwater Cookbook captures the experience of fine and casual dining at this famed home. Suzanne Martinson, former food editor and writer for the Pittsburgh Press and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, relates recipes from Elsie Henderson, the longtime and last cook for the Kaufmann family at Fallingwater, along with Henderson's memories and anecdotes of life in the renowned house on the waterfall. Henderson's encounters with the Kaufmanns, John Heinz, Senator Ted Kennedy, and Frank Lloyd Wright, among others, are recounted with humor, affection, and surprising detail. The book is rounded out with additional recipes from chef Robert Sendall, who began producing special events at Fallingwater in the early 1990s, Jane Citron, with whom Sendall taught cooking classes, and Mary Ann Moreau, former chef of the Fallingwater Café. Artfully composed photographs of food, architecture, landscape, family, and guests complete the collection, which, like Fallingwater, will be treasured for years to come.
'A joy to behold' Yotam Ottolenghi Learn how to cook the Swedish way with this beautiful book of over 100 delicious recipes.
Author: Rachel Khoo
Publisher: Penguin UK
'A joy to behold' Yotam Ottolenghi Join Rachel Khoo on a delicious journey through the Swedish year . . . From spring picnics on the archipelago and barbecues at the summer cabin, to cosy autumnal suppers and dark snowy winters filled with candlelight, gingerbread and glögg. Complete with stunning location and food photography, Rachel's new cookbook lets you in on what the Swedish like to call Lagom . . . the art of not too little, not too much but just the right amount. Learn how to cook beautiful, fuss-free food . . . With over 100 recipes, Rachel explores Sweden's simple and balanced approach to cooking, celebrates their best-loved ingredients and reveals a must-try cuisine that is about far more than just meatballs, fika and cinnamon buns . . . _________________ Inside you'll discover recipes from the Swedish summer, perfect for yours, food for autumn, through to winter, taking you all the way to spring . . . · POACHED CHICKEN WITH QUICK PICKLED STRAWBERRY SALAD. Or replace the chicken with grilled halloumi cheese for a delicious vegetarian alternative. This is the ultimate barbeque salad. · PEAS, POTATOES AND CHICKEN IN A POT. The one dish delight: the summer comfort food that's perfect for midweek. · MIDSUMMER MERINGE CROWNS. The Swedes have been wearing flower crowns long before the festivals, so why not make the edible kind for parties or puddings? · PLUM TOSCA CAKE. This Swedish favourite, named after Puccini's opera is filled with tart plums and sweet almonds. _________________ 'I am so ready to race home and devour these fun, effortless and beautiful recipes that just beg to be cooked' Melissa Hemsley 'The magic of Sweden's beautiful seasons comes alive . . . a real celebration of seasonal Swedish home cooking and tradition with Rachel's trademark inspirational twists!' Donal Skehan
Season. December. through. March. Winter. for some sporting-camp owners is
their busiest season. The year-round camps in ... are hard at work: Wood needs
to be chopped, woodbins kept full, woodstoves in uninsulated cabins kept going.
Author: Alice Arlen
Publisher: Down East Books
The author of the successful Maine Sporting Camps collects here classic and favorite recipes from the proprietors of 47 of Maine's most popular traditional backwoods retreats. The folks who cook at these camps know that tasty, satisfying food is an important part of their clients' backwoods experience, and they have perfected many recipes to fill the bill. Organized by season, the recipes also include quotes from the owners.
SEASON. Maine's license plate has boasted Vacationland since the 1930s, ...
endless summer, but no place in the United States evokes summer vacation like
Maine. ... Less formal folks kick back in cabins, in canoes, and over the fire pit.
Author: Clark Frasier
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Part how-to-garden primer, The Arrows Cookbook combines more than 150 delicious recipes with time-tested techniques for growing herbs, vegetables, and edible flowers in a book that reconnects us to the land and the seasons. Cooking food from the backyard garden or farmers' market -- or even using herbs grown in pots in a sunny window -- goes beyond a passion for freshness. On an elemental level, the process reawakens the cook to a cycle of nature that our ancestors understood intuitively but that, for most of us, has been lost in the modern world. When chefs Clark Frasier and Mark Gaier left northern California to open their dream restaurant in southern Maine, they had no intention of becoming culinary pioneers. But in 1988 in Ogunquit, Maine, finding enough fresh vegetables and herbs to power a sophisticated restaurant was indeed a challenge. So, like all can-do Americans, they did something. A ragged field of witchgrass behind the restaurant was turned into a garden where they learned to coax a nine-month growing season out of the chilly earth. They built raised beds, saved seeds, researched heirlooms, consulted experts, and started seedlings. Today, that acre of Maine yields 270 varieties of vegetables, herbs, fruits, and edible flowers that provide 90 percent of the produce served at Arrows. Born of great necessity, the garden is the soul of this destination restaurant. In The Arrows Cookbook, Frasier and Gaier tell us how they do it, charting the timeless journey from seed to supper. Recipes celebrate each season -- Asparagus with Mizuna and Blood Orange Vinaigrette and English Pea Soup in spring; Grilled Antipasto Platter and Rib-Eye Steak with Herbs and Caramelized Onions on a summer evening; Napa Cabbage and Apple Cole Slaw and Roast Pork Loin with Rosemary and Garlic for fall; and Escarole and White Bean Soup and Winter Greens with Pink Grapefruit and Red Onion for the chilly, short days of winter. They also offer new takes on such New England classics as Boiled Dinner, Our Way to Steaming Lobster -- Southeast Asian Style, as well as a glorious Thanksgiving feast complete with Roast Turkey with Gravy. The book is full of clear advice and instructions that will make you elegantly self-sufficient in both kitchen and garden: how to smoke a trout, preserve herbs, use raised beds to extend the growing season, make your own prosciutto, start seeds indoors, roast salmon on a plank, maximize garden space, freeze berries, select edible flowers, grow heirloom tomatoes, pickle hot peppers, find local farmers and fisherman for fresh meats and seafood, and more.
Bring your slow cooker and this book along for simple, economical dining. Find recipes that are: Quick to fix Healthy for you and your family Delicious and satisfying Sounds pretty good, right? Wait until you see the recipes.
Author: Hope Comerford
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
150 Slow Cooker Recipes for Dining Away from Home, from the New York Times bestselling Fix-It and Forget-It series When you're away from home but still want a delicious home-cooked meal, the slow cooker is the way to go! Using one pot (who wants to do dishes on vacation?) and minimal ingredients (we're assuming you're not packing your entire spice shelf), these recipes are super easy and super yummy. Whether you're vacationing on a boat, at the cabin, in your RV, or at the beach house, don't let limited space or time stop you from gathering around the table to share a meal. Bring your slow cooker and this book along for simple, economical dining. Find recipes that are: Quick to fix Healthy for you and your family Delicious and satisfying Sounds pretty good, right? Wait until you see the recipes. Selected from some of the best home cooks across the country, these are a few of the family-friendly meals you’ll be serving up in no time: Southwest Hot Chip Dip Turkey Chili Beef Barley Soup Brocolli Cheese Soup Chicken Enchiladas Creamy Baked Chicken with Stuffing Cozy Cabin Casserole Honey Barbecue Pork Chops Chocolate Peanut Butter Swirl Dump Cake And more! Make a hot meal and happy memories with Fix-It and Forget-It and your slow cooker.
Washington's Finest Restaurants Their Recipes and Their Histories Blanche
Johnson, Chuck Johnson ... spectacular views to its guests Barbara Curtright
Topete began with just four cabins and a bunkhouse in 1953 , taking over from
the previous owners . Moving with her four children to the North Beach area from
Seattle , their first season began with only two units for overnight
Author: Blanche Johnson
Publisher: Wilderness Adventures Press
Category: Cooking, American
A location map, culinary glossary, and list of sources for hard-to-find ingredients complements the more than 130 select recipes from Washington's premier restaurants.
The book offers 100 new, innovative vegetarian recipes, along with some fan favorites from the blog, arranged in a series of artfully designed menus that are tailored around specific occasions and seasons—whether a summer dinner party, a ...
Author: Erin Gleeson
Erin Gleeson, the New York Times bestselling author of The Forest Feast, returns with a gorgeously illustrated cookbook packed with 100 brand-new simple vegetarian recipes designed for relaxed entertaining. When food photographer and stylist Erin Gleeson left New York City to live in a cabin in the woods of northern California, she started the blog The Forest Feast to document her vegetable-centric, seasonal approach to cooking. Her readers are drawn to her healthy recipes that anyone can make—dishes that are easy enough to prepare after a long day at work, yet impressive enough for a party—as well as to her visually stunning photography and watercolors. Erin handwrites each recipe over her photos to create diagram-like, step-by-step instructions that are vibrant, unique, and most important, easy to cook from. Erin’s recipes have always been ideal for entertaining, but now in The Forest Feast Gatherings she offers detailed guidance on hosting casual, yet thoughtful, get-togethers from start to finish with recipes that serve 6 to 8. The book offers 100 new, innovative vegetarian recipes, along with some fan favorites from the blog, arranged in a series of artfully designed menus that are tailored around specific occasions and seasons—whether a summer dinner party, a laid-back brunch, a vegan and gluten-free gathering, or holiday cocktails. Sample recipes include: Pomegranate Punch Quinoa Crunch Salad Floral Summer Rolls Vietnamese Lentil Tacos Kale-Hazelnut Salad Pear-Thyme Galettes Menus feature recipes for drinks, appetizers, entrees, side dishes, and desserts, accented by quick decorating ideas for flower arrangements, signage, and table settings. Lushly illustrated with hundreds of watercolor drawings and photographs, The Forest Feast Gatherings is an inspiring reference for anyone who wants to share good food with good friends, simply, easily, and beautifully. Also available from Erin Gleeson: The Forest Feast: Simple Vegetarian Recipes from My Cabin in the Woods and The Forest Feast for Kids.
Snuggling by the fire, gazing at the twinkling lights and sipping warm wassail...the holiday cookbook celebrates them all. Whether you celebrate in a cabin or a cottage, Christmas in the Country will really take you home again.
Author: Gooseberry Patch
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Snuggling by the fire, gazing at the twinkling lights and sipping warm wassail...the holiday cookbook celebrates them all. Whether you celebrate in a cabin or a cottage, Christmas in the Country will really take you home again. Enjoy Christmas morning stuffed omelets, brown-sugar glazed ham and Mrs. Claus' shortbread cookies. Filled with heartwarming memories and cozy craft ideas too.
Marcia travels from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, where a candlelit Moravian vesper service forms the heart of two families' holiday festivities, to the rustic antebellum cabin that is home to a creative family of he
Author: Marcia Adams
Publisher: Three Rivers Press
Celebrates the yuletide season with a collection of entertaining tips, recipes for holiday treats, crafts, decorating ideas, and information on the cultural significance of holiday customs and traditions. 75,000 first printing. $75,000 ad/promo. First serial, Good Housekeeping.
"In more than 200 delicious recipes, all easily achievable by the home cook, Annabel draws on a global palette of flavours and her signature FridgeFixings to create dishes that are big on flavour while making the most of fresh seasonal ...
Author: Annabel Langbein
Category: Cooking (Natural foods)
"In more than 200 delicious recipes, all easily achievable by the home cook, Annabel draws on a global palette of flavours and her signature FridgeFixings to create dishes that are big on flavour while making the most of fresh seasonal produce"--Jacket flap.
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Mountain Motels , Island Cabins , Ski Bunks , Beach Cottages , and Hundreds of
Author: Stephanie Irving
Category: Portland (Or.)
The wealth of expert opinions, inside information, and up-to-date evaluations contained in this guide makes it indispensable to residents and visitors alike. The book includes reviews of more than 150 restaurants, scores of exceptional shops, and a host of enticing things to see and places to visit.