Fresh from the Farm: a Year of Recipes and Stories (Taunton Press), part cookbook, part memoir... chronicles a fresh and invigorating year in the life of author Susie Middleton (who used to be the Editor in Chief of Fine Cooking magazine) while she transition from a hectic life in New York City to life on the farm. It's filled with 125 fresh and delicious farm to farmhouse recipes!
Two brothers start a Hot Sauce Company and use their Cajun roots, a little help from their family, and a surprising salt-alternative to make it big!.
There is no culinary advancement that has changed the way we live and eat more dramatically than food preservation. Brooklyn Brine is giving the 4,000-year-old practice of pickling some time to shine.