Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Artisan Preserving by Emma Macdonald

Artisan Preserving

by Emma Macdonald

Everyone can enjoy the fruits of their labours with Artisan Preserving - whether you have foraged, picked produce from your own vegetable garden or allotment, or searched out the best seasonal buys in the supermarket or market. Whether you want to preserve fruit and vegetables, meat or fish, mushrooms, flowers or nuts, this book has over 200 recipes for them all.

*I received a free copy of this book from the publisher through Netalley*

The recipes in this book sound absolutely delicious!  I haven't yet tried any of them out- our garden is only beginning to produce vegetables and fruit.  I can say that I am quite looking forward to trying out a lot of the recipes given in this book.  There is something for everyone and every mood.  Sweets, savories, and in-between.  I am a jam-maker at heart and every year I pride myself on making a variety of jams that no one has ever tried before.  Now I'll have several more to add to my repertoire. 
The instructions are all very clearly given and most use ingredients that can be found at your local farmer's market or grocery store.  What I really love is that the author has tips throughout the book to help you figure out the more detailed instructions.  The photos in the book are so beautiful!  This is one I will definitely buy for myself some day. It would be a good book for people who are new to preserving, as well as the 'old hats'.  

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