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The Wild Table: Seasonal Foraged Food and Recipes Reviews

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The Wild Table

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Pros: Well written, useful information on unique ingredients

Cons: Some parts of the country may have difficulty finding these ingredients

  The romance of wandering into the woods to gather food for a meal is alive and well in Connie Green’s book “The Wild Table”.  Connie has been foraging food, especially mushrooms, for well-known chefs for many years.  She has put together a collection of recipes, with the help of Sarah Scott, former Exectuive Chef at the Robert Mondavi Winery.  The recipes are organized seasonally, with multiple options for each featured ingredient.   Connie is noticeably passionate about the topic and it was contagious for me as I read through her description of hunting Chanterelles.  There is a wealth of information on handling ingredients that many cooks, even...
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