Synopses & Reviews
Celebrate the variety of apples from the orchard to the kitchen with recipes for both sweet and savory dishes. Apples: From Harvest to Table
is a wonderful collection of over 50 seasonal, easy-to-follow recipes for all kinds of delicious apple-based treats. The recipes run the spectrum from breakfast and brunch, salads, starters and mains, to pies, crumbles and cakes, and relishes and chutneys.
In addition to the recipes, there is information on apple varieties, both heirloom and modern, apple lore and history, and even some fun family-friendly activities and recipes to make with the kids. A handy illustrated chart organizes the apple varieties so its easy to choose which is the right one for any recipe you make. With full-color photographs and charming botanical illustrations throughout, this beautiful book is both entertaining to read and practical to follow. So whether you are new to cooking with apples or a seasoned pro, it is sure to be a sweet and savory addition to your cookbook shelf.
From the orchard to the plate…
Apples: From Harvest to Table collects 50 delicious recipes starring the tried-and-true favorite. Organized into five chapters—Breakfast & Brunch; Salads, Starters & Sides; Mains; Pies, Crumbles & Crisps; and Jams, Jellies & Preserves—these wholesome, straightforward recipes will quickly become go-to meals in every apple-loving kitchen. Illustrated with beautiful food photography and vintage botanical drawings, this cookbook also includes essays on topics ranging from making your own apple juice and heirloom apple varieties to kid-focused recipes and apple crafts.
Caramelized Apple with Vanilla CrepesCumin Apple Salad withPickled Red OnionsSavory Barley-Stuffed Apples with RosemaryLemon-Roasted Chicken with Caramelized Onion & AppleUpside-down Apple TartFried Apple Hand PiesRose Hip & Apple ButterApple Pear Salsa with Cilantro
About the Author
AMY PENNINGTON is a cook, author, and urban farmer. She is the author of Urban Pantry: Tips and Recipes for a Thrifty, Sustainable and Seasonal Kitchen and Apartment Gardening. Pennington has been featured in Bon Appetit, Wall Street Journal, the Huffington Post, GOOP.com, and Apartment Therapy. She runs GoGo Green Garden, an urban farming service specializing in organic edible gardens for homes and businesses. Pennington lives in Seattle.