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The Farm Home Cookbook
The Farm Home Cookbook

The Farm Home Cookbook

Wholesome and Delicious Recipes from the Land

COOKING

284 Pages, 7 x 9

Formats: Trade Paper

Trade Paper, $19.99 (US $19.99) (CA $26.99)

Publication Date: October 2018

ISBN 9781947597037

Rights: WOR

Walnut Street Books (Oct 2018)

Price: $19.99
 
 

Overview

Easy-to-prepare dishes that are respectful of the earth, abundant with recipes that align with current dietary trends, using grains, animal fats, and local vegetables

These irresistibly delicious recipes come from the kitchens of cooks who grow much of their own food. They prepare their daily meals with as much care and enthusiasm as they garden and farm! Their recipes for Foggy Day Chili, Maple Almond Granola, Chicken Thighs with Red Potato Crust, Garlic Soup with Parsley Spaetzle, Apple Butter Spice Cake, and Goat Cheese Spread are made with whole foods, animal fats, organic vegetables, and sustainably grown chicken, beef, and pork. After author Elsie Kline has put New Peas and Tiny Potatoes on the stove, mixed up Sausage Sweet Potato Bake, and prepared a batch of Creamy Cress Salad Dressing and Sunflower Flaxseed Bread, she goes back to editing Farming Magazine. The Farm Home Family Cookbook offers more than 200 delectable recipes, each with readily available ingredients and clear, step-by-step instructions. Finely etched sketches by Kate Lord are spread among the recipes.

Reviews

"I have been cooking from this collection of recipes which Elsie Kline has brought together and loving the outcomes! You will absolutely enjoy using this book--and reading her wise yet light observations about growing things!" —Phyllis Good, New York Times Bestselling Author

Author Biography

Elsie Kline is an Amish mother and grandmother from Ohio who loves cooking—whether it's small meals for herself and her husband David, or dinners for their frequent drop-in guests, or bIg spreads when the Klines' five married children and grandchildren all come home. Elsie and David live on the land where they reared their family. Their retirement home is next to the large farmhouse, now occupied by their daughter and her family. Elsie gardens and helps with beekeeping, making beeswax candles when she finds time. She continues as editor of Farming Magazine, along with David, which she has done for more than 20 years.