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Cooking Close to Home: A Year of Seasonal Recipes Reviews

Nicholas Beebe

Some ideas for local and seasonal eaters

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Pros: Well organized, good recipes, sticks to its main message

Cons: Mediocre print quality, instructions lacking in detail

                First impressions first: Cooking Closer to Home: A Year of Seasonal Recipes is full of well composed photographs of beautiful dishes, but they suffer from poor print quality. It may be of interest to know that they chose to use an environmentally responsible publisher, which is in line with the message of the book. The authors Richard and Diane are a chef and nutritionist, respectively, hailing out of Vermont. While the book is not intended to be regional by design, some recipes feature ingredients that are much easier to obtain locally in the northeastern United States.     ...
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