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Good Maine Food

Author: Marjorie Mosser
Publisher: Down East Books
ISBN: 0892729651
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Old recipes, like old friends, are usually most dependable, observes noted author Kenneth Roberts in his pithy introduction to this classic recipe compendium put together by his niece, Marjorie Mosser, in the 1930s. The long career of this bible of Maine cookery has proved him right. With Robert's outspoken commentaries sprinkled throughout, excerpts from some of his best-selling books, and maxims from Maine kitchens, this old favorite is a must-own collection for any modern cook. Down East Books is proud to present this revamped edition-with a brand new foreword by food historian Sandra Oliver-as part of the all-new Best Maine Food cookbook series.

Food Lovers Guide To Maine

Author: Margaret Hathaway
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 0762769254
Size: 49.31 MB
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Savor the Flavors of Maine A lobster dinner—the plate piled with steamed clams, corn on the cob, and a cup of drawn butter, followed by a slice of blueberry pie. Maine cuisine? Yes, but it doesn’t end there. Far from it! Food Lovers’ Guide to Maine is the definitive contemporary resource to the diverse preferences and palates of the Pine Tree State’s dynamic food culture. A bounty of mouthwatering delights awaits you in this engagingly written guide. With delectable regional recipes from the renowned kitchens of Maine’s iconic eateries, diners, and elegant dining rooms, Food Lovers’ Guide to Maine is the ultimate resource for food lovers to use and savor. Inside You'll Find: • Lobster shacks and fishmongers • Specialty food stores and markets • Farmers’ markets and farm stands • The Maine Ice Cream Trail • Food festivals and culinary events • Recipes using local ingredients and traditions • The state’s best wineries, brewpubs, and microbreweries • Cooking classes • Local food lore and kitchen wisdom

Maine Home Cooking

Author: Sandra Oliver
Publisher: Down East Books
ISBN: 1608931978
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Residing on Maine's Islesboro Island, Sandra Oliver is a revered food historian with a vast knowledge of New England food history, subsistence living, and Yankee cooking. For the past five years, she has published her weekly recipes column, "Tastebuds", in the Bangor Daily News. The column has featured hundreds of recipes—from classic tried-and-true dishes to innovative uses for traditional ingredients. Collecting more than 300 recipes from her column and elsewhere, and emphasizing fresh, local ingredients, as well as the common ingredients found in most kitchens, this volume represents a new standard in home cooking.

The Perfect Omelet Essential Recipes For The Home Cook

Author: John E. Finn
Publisher: The Countryman Press
ISBN: 1581575076
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A charmingly illustrated ode to omelets with step-by-step techniques and 100 recipes The omelet is at once simple and complex, delicious at any time. John Finn’s mother was certainly a fan—she spent years searching for the perfect technique and has passed her knowledge, and her passion, to her son. Here Finn provides instructions for four master recipes—the classic French omelet nature, an American diner omelet, a frittata, and a dessert omelet—and delectable variations on each, including: Omelet Bonne Femme (potatoes, bacon, and onion) Many Mushrooms Omelet Tortilla with Caramelized Onions and Serrano Ham Chocolate Soufflé Omelet Omelettier John Finn leaves no eggshell unturned and provides readers with everything they need to find their way to their own perfect omelet.

Literary Eats

Author: Gary Scharnhorst
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 1476612528
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This is a comprehensive collection of authentic recipes, some 500 in all, for drinks and dishes that more than 150 American authors since the late 18th century are known to have enjoyed. The book should appeal to amateur chefs and so-called "foodies" who may want to test some of the recipes in their kitchens; to American literature instructors and scholars who may use it as a teaching tool; and general readers who will read it for pleasure. In effect, this is a celebrity cookbook to which many literary celebrities, living and dead, have contributed, among them Harriet Beecher Stowe, Rudolfo Anaya, Denise Chavez, Emily Dickinson, William Faulkner, Harlan Ellison, Ursula Le Guin, Benjamin Franklin, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Jack London, Allen Ginsberg, Lafcadio Hearn, Ernest Hemingway, Jack Kerouac, Elmore Leonard, Bobbie Ann Mason, Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, Leslie Marmon Silko, Gertrude Stein, Onoto Watanna, Eudora Welty, Walt Whitman, and Gerald Vizenor.

Foraging New England 2nd

Author: Tom Seymour
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 0762793708
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From beach peas to serviceberries, hen of the woods to Indian cucumber, ostrich ferns to sea rocket, Foraging New England guides the reader to the edible wild foods and healthful herbs of the Northeast. Helpfully organized by environmental zone, the book is an authoritative guide for nature lovers, outdoorsmen, and gastronomes.

500 Things To Eat Before It S Too Late

Author: Jane Stern
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 9780547059075
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The authors present meals that they believe to be best examples in various food genres, in a treasury of profiles and informational sidebars that reveals where to find the ultimate regional specialties.

Stone By Stone

Author: Robert Thorson
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 9780802719201
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There once may have been 250,000 miles of stone walls in America's Northeast, stretching farther than the distance to the moon. They took three billion man-hours to build. And even though most are crumbling today, they contain a magnificent scientific and cultural story-about the geothermal forces that formed their stones, the tectonic movements that brought them to the surface, the glacial tide that broke them apart, the earth that held them for so long, and about the humans who built them. Stone walls layer time like Russian dolls, their smallest elements reflecting the longest spans, and Thorson urges us to study them, for each stone has its own story. Linking geological history to the early American experience, Stone by Stone presents a fascinating picture of the land the Pilgrims settled, allowing us to see and understand it with new eyes.