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How to enjoy seasonal produce all year long, with 63 recipes
This Made at Home title is a comprehensive guide to preserving foods. It covers a wide variety of methods, such as drying, canning, pickling and freezing. Detailed instructions show how to make dried herbs, wines, ciders, vinegars, oils, cordials, jams, jellies, pickles, marmalades, relishes, chutneys, sauces, sorbets, ice cream, vegetables and fruits, and much more. Easy and delicious recipes featuring the preserved item are found throughout the book.
Chapters are organized according to method:
- Storing Fresh Produce: Refrigeration, clamping, root cellars, store rooms
- Drying: Flavor, equipment, air drying, solar drying, oven drying
- Jars and Bottles: Sterilization, pickling, hot pickling, fermenting
- Freezing: Times and temperatures, blanching vegetables, cooked foods
The book also has 63 recipes for such delicious dishes as Seafood Kebabs with Chili and Herb Rub, Chili Chocolate Brownies with Orange Sorbet, Piccalilli, Salmon Baked with Cucumber and Dill Relish, Strawberry and Champagne Trifle, and Lemon Curd Cake.
Preserving is aimed directly at an audience who dream of or are actually enjoying the authors' made-at-home lifestyle. It is a beautiful and practical addition to the cookbook shelf.
About the Made at Home book series
A new series for living the good life!
Father-and-son team Dick and James Strawbridge have long lived the good life on their small acreage, and now they're sharing their years of knowledge and experience with readers via their Made at Home
series of books. This exciting collection draws on the invaluable wisdom they’ve gleaned while producing an abundance of good things to eat and drink: organic fruits and vegetables grown, juiced, fermented and preserved; pigs smoked for ham, sausages, salamis and bacon; a mixed flock of birds used for eggs and eating; and bees raised for honey. It's an enviable lifestyle driven by a desire to eat well every day.
And it doesn't require a lot of space. Made at Home contains numerous adaptations to urban and suburban life. Plants are grown in small lots and pots, chickens are kept in backyard pens, and meat items are smoked in the backyard. It’s proof positive that anyone can live the good life.