Ever go to the farmers market and see all that wonderful, colorful produce but you don’t know what to do with it? Not only has that happened to me many times, but sometimes I can’t even identify what the fruit or vegetable is!
Eating Well magazine has come up with a new cookbook to deal with this problem. It’s called Eating Well In Season: The Farmers’ Market Cookbook. (You can order it by clicking here.)
This cookbook is organized by the food you might buy at the market rather than by type of meal. It contains more than 130 recipes with beautiful photography. There also are tips on preparation and storage of fresh fruit and vegetables. It lists most of the produce you’ll find at the market and gives you lots of information about them.
“EatingWell in Season: The Farmers’ Market Cookbook can be your guide to rebuilding your connection to food and the earth. After flipping through the pages and making the recipes, you will want to seek out the local markets wherever you are, visit the farms and perhaps even plant your own seeds.”
Eating Well is selling this book direct for $22.45. It’s a great introduction for newbies to farmers markets and it has information that even seasoned veterans may not know.