Cooking with Wild Berries and Fruit of Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan

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Teresa Marrone has been foraging for wild fruits and berries for years; now let her recipes guide you every step of the way in the kitchen! She's compiled more than 175 tried and true recipes featuring 50 of the region's most delectable edible plants. Many of the featured fruits and berries are common, and some might even grow in your backyard! This cookbook helps you make the most of the wild harvest that's there for the taking.

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Overview

Teresa Marrone has been foraging for wild fruits and berries for years; now let her recipes guide you every step of the way in the kitchen! She's compiled more than 175 tried and true recipes featuring 50 of the region's most delectable edible plants. Many of the featured fruits and berries are common, and some might even grow in your backyard! This cookbook helps you make the most of the wild harvest that's there for the taking.

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Wisconsin Natural Resources Magazine - Kathryn A. Kahler
Cooking with Wild Berries & Fruits.

This delightful cookbook contains over 150 recipes featuring more than 40 edible fruits and berries found in the three-state region. You'll enjoy the more conventional jams, jellies, pies and muffins, or take some culinary risks with more exotic dishes and condiments. "Cherry Barbecue Sauce" is a sweet and savory sauce using wild cherries that works particularly well with duck and goose.
The cookbook includes several recipes for after-dinner liqueurs - like Crabapplejack, Currant Cordial and Elderberry Liqueur - as well as other treats like Sweet and Snappy Ground Cherry Salsa and Highbush Cranberry Sorbet. Several pages at the back of the book will help you sort out the mysteries of pectin and how to make adjustments for wild fruit or small batches. There are also tips for dehydrating wild fruit and making wild berry or fruit leather.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781591932253
  • Publisher: Adventure Publications, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 4/1/2009
  • Pages: 176
  • Sales rank: 552,319
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 7.90 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Teresa Marrone has been gathering and preparing wild edibles for more than 20 years. She was formerly Managing Editor of a series of outdoors-themed books, and is the author of ABUNDANTLY WILD: COLLECTING AND COOKING WILD EIDBLES IN THE UPPER MIDWEST, as well as numerous other outdoors-related cookbooks. Teresa also writes magazine articles on wild foods and cooking, and has taken up photography in recent years. Teresa lives in Minneapolis with husband, Bruce, and their Senegal parrot, Tuca.

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