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The Farm: Rustic Recipes for a Year of Incredible Food

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When Ian Knauer was a cook in the Gourmet test kitchen, he quickly became known for recipes so stupendously good that they turned the heads of the countrys top food editors—effortless combinations that made the best of seasonal produce or treats from the Pennsylvania farm that has been in his family since the eighteenth century.

In The Farm, Knauer brings his creations to your kitchen. From Cold-Spring-Night Asparagus Soup to Brick Chicken with Corn and Basil Salad, the 150 recipes in this book will help you make the most of your market, garden, or CSA. They are fresh, modern spins on American classics, with ingredients anyone can obtain. Each one is simple, distinctive, and satisfying, getting the best food to the table in the least amount of time. They are both homey and sophisticated.

Youll find recipes that incorporate all parts of the vegetable, like Pasta with Radishes and Blue Cheese, which incorporates the radish leaves as well as the root, and spritely Swiss Chard Salad. Youll learn how to make great food from simple ingredients you have on hand, like Potato Nachos. Youll discover recipes for less-familiar produce from your market or your backyard, such as Chicken with Garlic Scape Pesto and Dandelion Green Salad with Hot Bacon Dressing.

Many of these recipes have been in Knauers family for generations, like Pennsylvania Dutch-Style Green Beans or Cloud Biscuits. You wont want to miss his expertly tweaked renditions of his mother and grandmothers desserts: Strawberry Cream Cheese Pie, Blueberry Belle Crunch, and Marys Lemon Sponge Pie.

Whether you want to learn how to roast a pig, make your own hot sauce, or brew hard cider, The Farm brings artisanal cooking home, even as Knauers vivid stories trace a year in the seasons of the farm.

Synopsis:

One hundred and fifty recipes revolving around the author's life on the family farm.

Synopsis:

“When Ian was one of Gourmet's cooks, he was unique. He’d show up with the honey from his own hives, an animal he’d hunted, some exotic herb he’d foraged in the field and then weave it all into a dish that was both wonderful and completely personal. He was wedded to the land in a way that seemed both deep and nurturing, and I used to sneak into the kitchen to listen to his tales from the farm. A whole book of Ian recipes—and stories to boot? Pure heaven.” —Ruth Reichl

The Farm perfectly illustrates how cooking from the garden inspires the menu and excites our appetite. Not only will you want to cook these recipes, you’ll want to buy a farm, or at least start a garden!” — Deborah Madison, author of Local Flavors and Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone

“This guy can really write and he can really cook; he does both well enough to make you want to share it all with him. You need to own this book.” — John Willoughby, America’s Test Kitchen

Synopsis:

During the week, Ian Knauer leads the life of a New York food writer, developing recipes for the Food Network and writing articles for magazines like Bon Appétit and Mens Health. But on weekends, he repairs to the farm in rural Pennsylvania that his family has owned for generations, where he tends a huge garden, raises chickens, keeps bees, forages, hunts, and most importantly, creates deliciously easy meals for friends and family from the fruits of his labor.

   From Spaghetti with Arugula Carbonara to Chicken with Garlic Scape Pesto, the 150 recipes of The Farm inspire cooks to make the most of their market, garden, or CSA. Knauer is inventive and thrifty, wasting nothing: after spreading radishes with bacon butter for a spring hors doeuvre, he puts the tops in Pasta with Blue Cheese and Radish Greens. In other recipes, he teaches the craft of small-batch canning, from Tomato Jam to Peaches in Honey Syrup. Knauer also expertly tweaks the recipes of his Pennsylvania Dutch mother and grandmother in homey but spectacular-tasting desserts like Strawberry Sour Cream Ice Cream and Blueberry Belle Crunch.

   Whether its Spinach and Walnut Lasagna or Cowboy Steaks with Guinness Sauce, this is weekday and weekend cooking at its best.

Foreward by Ruth Reichl

About the Author

A former food editor at Gourmet, Ian Knauer wrote extensively for the magazine and its website and also co-hosted the magazines awarding winning television series, Diary of a Foodie, and Adventures with Ruth. He now develops recipes for the Food Network, including for the show The Next Food Network Star<

Table of Contents

Foreword &reg; Ruth Reichl x

The Recipes by Category xii

Introduction xvii

Spring Planting 1

Recipes for produce peaking from late winter to early spring

A Single Spear of Asparagus 25

Recipes for spring produce

A New Link in the Chain 47

Recipes for early summer produce

“I Got a Pig” 69

Recipes for midsummer produce

Eating Between the Rows 88

Recipes for foraged produce

The Unstoppable Bounty of the Garden 105

Recipes for peak summer produce

A Jar Full of Sunshine, a Bottle Full of Sin 137

Recipes for canning, pickling, and preserving

A Cool Change in the Breeze 161

Recipes for late fall produce

Loving, Learning, and a Ton of Hard Work 179

Recipes for game

Fifty Heads of Garlic 207

Recipes for late fall and winter produce

Index 227

Product Details

ISBN:
9780547516912
Author:
Knauer, Ian
Publisher:
Rux Martin/Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Subject:
Seasonal
Subject:
Cooking and Food-General
Edition Description:
Trade Cloth
Publication Date:
20120431
Binding:
HARDCOVER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
4/c photographs
Pages:
256
Dimensions:
10 x 7.94 in 1 lb

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"Synopsis" by , One hundred and fifty recipes revolving around the author's life on the family farm.
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“When Ian was one of Gourmet's cooks, he was unique. He’d show up with the honey from his own hives, an animal he’d hunted, some exotic herb he’d foraged in the field and then weave it all into a dish that was both wonderful and completely personal. He was wedded to the land in a way that seemed both deep and nurturing, and I used to sneak into the kitchen to listen to his tales from the farm. A whole book of Ian recipes—and stories to boot? Pure heaven.” —Ruth Reichl

The Farm perfectly illustrates how cooking from the garden inspires the menu and excites our appetite. Not only will you want to cook these recipes, you’ll want to buy a farm, or at least start a garden!” — Deborah Madison, author of Local Flavors and Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone

“This guy can really write and he can really cook; he does both well enough to make you want to share it all with him. You need to own this book.” — John Willoughby, America’s Test Kitchen

"Synopsis" by , During the week, Ian Knauer leads the life of a New York food writer, developing recipes for the Food Network and writing articles for magazines like Bon App&eacute;tit and Mens Health. But on weekends, he repairs to the farm in rural Pennsylvania that his family has owned for generations, where he tends a huge garden, raises chickens, keeps bees, forages, hunts, and most importantly, creates deliciously easy meals for friends and family from the fruits of his labor.

   From Spaghetti with Arugula Carbonara to Chicken with Garlic Scape Pesto, the 150 recipes of The Farm inspire cooks to make the most of their market, garden, or CSA. Knauer is inventive and thrifty, wasting nothing: after spreading radishes with bacon butter for a spring hors doeuvre, he puts the tops in Pasta with Blue Cheese and Radish Greens. In other recipes, he teaches the craft of small-batch canning, from Tomato Jam to Peaches in Honey Syrup. Knauer also expertly tweaks the recipes of his Pennsylvania Dutch mother and grandmother in homey but spectacular-tasting desserts like Strawberry Sour Cream Ice Cream and Blueberry Belle Crunch.

   Whether its Spinach and Walnut Lasagna or Cowboy Steaks with Guinness Sauce, this is weekday and weekend cooking at its best.

Foreward by Ruth Reichl

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