I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Simply in Season by Mary Beth LindCathleen Hockman-Wert
Published by Herald Press on 2009
Genres: American, Cooking, General, Reference, Regional & Ethnic, Seasonal
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This new, expanded edition of Simply in Season features new recipes that use locally grown and fairly traded seasonal foods. It's stories and simple whole foods recipes explore how the food we buy and eat also affects our local and global neighbors.
This weeks What’s Cooking Wednesday is Simply in Season the 10th anniversary edition by Mary Beth Lind and Cathleen Hockman-Wert. This book is really good. there are so many great fresh recipes that make you want to head to the farmers market asap. The pictures were beautiful. I loved the fact that this is not a normal cookbook. Before you even reach the recipes there is a guide where you see all kinds of different vegetables and fruits and it explains the season, how to pick and store, the nutrients, how to prepare, and a description of taste and look. I have never seen something like that in a cookbook before and that makes this one pretty special. The recipes are all arranged by season which is really cool. Overall, a great addition to your cookbook library. I can’t wait to try the Plum Tomato Galette this summer! 🙂