Earthbound Farm Organic Cookbook: Food to Live By
Earthbound Farm is a large organic producer available around the country and in many big box stores. Food to Live By: The Earthbound Farm Organic Cookbook is filled with beautiful recipes and photographs from the one of the founders Myra Goodman.
Organic food is synonymous with premium quality, the deepest, richest taste, conscientious farming, and optimum health. It's what we need to feed our kids, what we deserve to feed ourselves. And no one is doing more to popularize organic food that Myra Goodman, a mother, a creative cook, and most significantly, co-owner of Earthbound Farm, the world's largest grower and purveyor of organic produce.
In Food to Live By, a dazzling full-color cookbook, Myra Goodman offers an utterly appealing, new casual style of cooking based on using the best ingredients, organic or otherwise. The dishes are irresistible: Sweet Corn Chowder. Spinach, Feta and Mushroom Quiche. Foggy Day Chili. Merlot-Braised Short Ribs with Cipollini Onions. Spicy Chicken Lettuce Wraps. Ginger Lime Salmon. Grilled Pork Tenderloin with Spiced Orange Sauce. Blue Cheese Smashed Potatoes. Coconut Lemongrass Sorbet. Cherry Panna Cotta. Farm Stand Carrot Cake. Plus, throughout are Farm-Fresh Ingredient boxes--on sorrel, corn, asparagus, artichokes-- cooking and shopping tips, and health notes.
I can't wait to try the summer berry crisp and the roasted beet salad!
This is an omnivore's cookbook.
I try to buy local produce and avoid bagged items like Earthbound Farm, but I do enjoy this cookbook.
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Posted by Jennifer Lance at July 21, 2012 9:39 AM