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Local Flavors

Author: Deborah Madison
Publisher: Ten Speed Press
ISBN: 0307885658
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First published in hardcover in 2002, Local Flavors was a book ahead of its time. Now, imported food scares and a countrywide infatuation with fresh, local, organic produce has caught up with this groundbreaking cookbook, available for the first time in paperback. Deborah Madison celebrates the glories of the farmers’ markets of America in a richly illustrated collection of seasonal recipes for a profusion of produce grown coast to coast. As more and more people shun industrially produced foods and instead choose to go local and organic, this is the ideal cookbook to capitalize on a major and growing trend. Local Flavors emphasizes seasonal, regional ingredients found in farmers’ markets and roadside farm stands and awakens the reader to the real joy of making a direct connection with the food we eat and the person who grows it. Deborah Madison’s 350 full-flavored recipes and accompanying menus include dishes as diverse as Pea and Spinach Soup with Coconut Milk; Rustic Onion Tart with Walnuts; Risotto with Sorrel; Mustard Greens Braised with Ginger, Cilantro, and Rice; Poached Chicken with Leeks and Salsa Verde; Soy Glazed Sweet Potatoes; Cherry Apricot Crisp; and Plum Kuchen with Crushed Walnut Topping. Covering markets around the country from Vermont to Hawaii, Deborah Madison reveals the astonishing range of produce and other foods available and the sheer pleasure of shopping for them. A celebration of farmers and their bounty, Local Flavors is a must-have cookbook for anyone who loves fresh, seasonal food simply and imaginatively prepared. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Local Flavor

Author: Jean Iversen
Publisher: Second to None: Chicago Storie
ISBN: 9780810136717
Size: 62.70 MB
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Local Flavor explores iconic restaurants in eight Chicago neighborhoods, telling their little-known stories and tracing how local cuisine shaped the cultural history of the area.

An Integrated Approach To New Food Product Development

Author: Howard R. Moskowitz
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781420065558
Size: 67.48 MB
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New products often fail not because they are bad products, but because they don't meet consumer expectations or are poorly marketed. In other cases, the marketing is spot on, but the product itself does not perform. These failures drive home the need to understand the market and the consumer in order to deliver a product which fulfills the two equally important goals of consumer trial and repeat purchase. The linkage of these issues is often compromised in the "innovate or die" world of corporate new products. An Integrated Approach to New Food Product Development explores this inter-relationship and the inter-relationship of the key disciplines essential for marketplace success. Proven Approaches from Industry Experts The book introduces The Success Equation based on the interrelationship of the key tasks critical to defining and executing for new product success. The sections that follow highlight the importance of every task and the impact of each disciplines’ contribution throughout the process in optimizing the success of the product. The book explores integration of all parts, from defining consumer needs and food concept to understanding the importance of positioning, packaging and trade, to the technology and manufacturing required to accurately meet these needs. The Success Equation encompasses the elements that not only dramatically increase a product’s success, but also make that success increasingly sustainable. Combines Solid Theory with Actual Marketing Practice The text blends academic, ivory tower research with the experiences of seasoned, real market practitioners, which when combined, provide the tools for successful new product innovation. The concise, hands-on information includes advanced and emerging innovations in management, marketing, technology, strategy, consumer research and sales. The integrated coverage provides a complete picture of the expertise and knowledge needed to leverage new product development into commercial success.

Southern Living Farmers Market Cookbook

Author: The Editors of Southern Living
Publisher: Time Inc. Books
ISBN: 0848752767
Size: 67.75 MB
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Celebrate the seasons with fresh-from-the-farm recipes that will make you feel healthy and happy about the dishes you prepare for your family and friends. Southern Living Farmers Market Cookbook offers recipes-arranged according to season-that make the most of the bounty of fresh ingredients found at local markets, U-Picks, and farm stands. Whether you have your own backyard vegetable patch or pick your produce from the local market, you'll find an abundance of garden-fresh Southern Living recipes that will bring vibrant flavor to the dining table. Four chapters-Spring Recipes, Summer's Bounty, Autumn Harvest, and Winter Storehouse-are filled with a wide variety of dishes ranging from appetizers and beverages to entrees, breads, and desserts. Lime Raspberry Bites, Fresh Corn Cakes, Skillet Grits With Seasoned Vegetables, Black-eyed Pea Cakes, and Sweet Potato Galette are just a sample of the many ways to prepare seasonal produce at the height of freshness. This book is so much more than recipes. A complete chapter walks you through the farmers market experience. You'll almost taste the sweet strawberries of spring, summer's juicy vine-ripened tomatoes, and the pumpkins, potatoes, and apples of fall and winter. A Fresh Produce & Herb Primer provides all the tips you need for selecting the best produce: how to choose the freshest beans and peas, what to look for when buying onions and peppers, and how to pick melons that are at the peak of perfection. You'll also find out how to store and prepare fresh produce. And to explore farmers markets firsthand, don't miss the Farmers Market Finds section. It's an extensive guide to some of the best markets and food festivals across the South.

Food And Flavor

Author: Henry Finck
Publisher: Applewood Books
ISBN: 1429011092
Size: 36.83 MB
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Henry Finck's aim in his 1913 work ""Food and Flavor"" is to introduce gastronomy to Americans, to show that America can be an even more gastonomic nation than France. Though an understanding of the ""importance to health and happiness of raising only the best food stuffs, cooking them in savory ways and eating them with intelligence and pleasure,"" Finck aims to reinvigorate the food culture of an America that had given up much of its old-fashioned methods in favor of ""cheaper chemical preservatives."" Finck's argument for cultivating an appreciation for natural, whole American grown and cooked foods is thoroughly modern in its concern.

Cured Smoked And Fermented

Author: Helen Saberi
Publisher: Oxford Symposium
ISBN: 1903018854
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Essays on cured, smoked, and fermented foods from the Proceedings of the Oxford Symposium on Food and Cooking, 2010.

Tropical Bob S Where To Eat In Hawaii

Author: Bob Kasher
Publisher: Perpetual Summer Press
ISBN: 9780973433326
Size: 27.35 MB
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A guide to what's ethnic, what's unique, and what's great in cuisine in the Hawaiian Islands. Unique in its scope it covers restaurants, cafes, bakeries, markets, even street vendors on all the islands giving you a comprehensive range of culinary delights to enjoy. A true insider's guide written by a Native Hawaiian.

Cook S Country Eats Local

Author: Cook's Country
Publisher: America's Test Kitchen
ISBN: 1940352290
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150 Regional Recipes You Should Be Making No Matter Where You Live From Maine’s hearty Joe Booker Stew to pineapple-packed Hawaiian Fried Rice, this collection of recipes brings bold local flavors and tried-and-true cooking techniques home—no matter where that may be. Home cooks will discover little-known spe- cialties and revamped classics in each of the four chapters: New England and the Mid-Atlantic, Appalachia and the South, The Midwest and Great Plains, Texas and the West. Colorful local history and anecdotes from Cook’s Country’s tasty travels bring the recipes to life, and illustrated maps and a list of test kitchen–approved hot spots show you where you can try the inspiring original dishes today. Step-by-step photography illustrates key techniques, and full-color photos for every recipe showcase the beauty of the collection. From tailgate staples like Southern Football Sandwiches and Wisconsin Grilled Brats and Beer to old-school sweets like Hollywood’s Tick Tock Orange Sticky Rolls and New York’s Bee Sting Cake, Cook’s Country Eats Local puts an array of flavorful, diverse American dishes within reach—no road trip needed. From the Trade Paperback edition.