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No matter where you live, you can have farmstead fresh eggs!
From the cities to the suburbs, backyards are filled with the sounds of clucking like never before as more people invest in having a closer connection to the food they eat and discover the rewards (and challenges) of raising chickens and cultivating their own fresh eggs. Whether you’ve embraced the local food movement or just love that farm-fresh flavor, The Farmstead Egg Guide and Cookbook is the perfect book for you and your flock. Inside, you’ll find expert advice on caring for your chickens, along with 100 delicious and diverse recipes. You’ll notice a difference in your scrambled eggs, omelets, and quiches, as well as in savory and sweet soufflés, tarts, puddings, and pies. With The Farmstead Egg Guide and Cookbook, you’ll never run out of delectable ways to enjoy your eggs for any meal of the day. This book will inspire you so that you to have the freshest and best eggs on your table and, if you’re game, the experience of keeping hens in your backyard.
|Publisher:||Houghton Mifflin Harcourt|
|Edition description:||First Edition|
|Product dimensions:||7.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.70(d)|
About the Author
Terry Golson has been a professional chef and cooking instructor, and is the author of For Goodness' Sake (a James Beard Award cookbook nominee), 1,000 Lowfat Recipes, Wholehearted Cooking, and a children's book, Tillie Lays an Egg. Terry has kept a flock of hens in her backyard for more than 17 years. She shares her chickens and chicken knowledge through her website, livestreaming cameras, and blog at HenCam.com. She and her chickens have appeared on The Martha Stewart Show and have been featured in numerous magazine and newspaper articles, including Backyard Chickens Magazine, Hobby Farms Magazines and Chickens Magazine.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Egg-cellent I recently endured three years without eggs because my stomach just couldn't handle them without a serious ache. I am now eating organic, cage-free eggs without any problems - knock on wood, it seems to be a sort of miracle. In this new stage of my life I am looking for new ways to make my egg dishes worth it! and this book is wonderful for inspiration and instruction. From this book, I learned that there is a big different between commercially distributed eggs and farm fresh. I also have oodles of delicious recipes to try! Since I have been following the The Art of Cooking Omelettes for my omelets, I first took a stab at mayonnaise because I have heard that fresh is so much better than store bought. With my flavorful organic eggs, its night and DAY! If you want to learn more about eggs and find new ways to cook them - this is the book for you! They are the easiest way to incorporate organic protein into your diet without emptying your bank account.