A Year of Farm Fresh Recipes from a Vintage Kitchenby Barbara Swell
Have a seat on the old front porch glider and let's string this mess of pole beans for our garden feast tonight. We'll have the same in-season supper our great-grandmothers fixed back in 1895 when food was food, raised close to home and made from scratch for family and friends every day. A Garden Supper Tonight contains vintage economical seasonal recipes, food curiosities, and timeless advice on all things home and gardening.
This book has seasonal recipes by month so that you can always be prepared to make a garden feast; you can make rhubarb vinaigrette in March for your springtime salads, stuffed pan-fried squash blossoms in July, maple roasted winter squash in September, and rum applesauce fruitcake in the chilly month of November.
Recipes include: Cherry Cordial, Crackly Cheese Sticks, Garlic Scape Pesto, Dandelion Flower Salad, Manly-Man Salad, Buttermilk Biscuits, Ember Broiled Trout, Lemon Cornmeal Plum Cake, Pork with Apple Onion Jam, Apple Butter, Buttermilk Biscuits, Fried Green Tomatoes, Sour Cherry Amaretto Pie and more!