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Pork Chop and Salad Recipes from P. Allen Smith's Seasonal Recipes from the Garden

Pork Chop and Salad Recipes from P. Allen Smith's Seasonal Recipes from the Garden

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Recipes included in this excerpt:
Blackberry Pork Chops
Apple and Carrot Salad

In his cookbook debut, P. Allen Smith, America’s best-known gardener and garden designer, celebrates the bounty of each season with recipes of flavorful fruits, vegetables, and herbs at their garden-fresh best.

P. Allen Smith’s Seasonal Recipes from the Garden features 120 recipes: 30 for each season. These are dishes that everyone loves to eat. Taking delicious advantage of ingredients as accessible as bell peppers and carrots and as beloved as fresh peaches and tomatoes, the recipes are Allen’s favorites, most from his own kitchen and some adapted from family and friends. They are perfect for those who garden as well as anyone who simply enjoys fresh food. They include:

SPRING: Chilled Pea Soup with Bacon and Whipped Cream; Grilled Salmon Sandwich with Lemon-Dill Mayo; Salad of Asparagus, Edamame, Arugula, and Cheese; Radish Top Pasta; Speckled Strawberry Ice Cream

SUMMER: Savory Grit Cakes with Oven-Smoked Tomatoes; Zucchini and Lemon Salad; Aunt Martha’s Corn Pudding; Rosemary-Garlic Smoked Pork Tenderloin; Peach Moon Tart

FALL: Parmesan Pecan Crisps; Roasted Red Pepper Soup; Citrus-Glazed Turkey Breast; Goat Cheese and Leek Tart; Allen’s Favorite Sweet Potato Pie

WINTER: Cranberry Spice Cocktail; Slow-Cooker Lamb Stew; Savory Rosemary Butternut Squash; Tiny Orange Muffins; Old-Fashioned Blackberry Jam Cake

The recipes, many of which are Southern-inflected, include delightful personal stories, full of Allen’s much-loved wit and charm. All-American Blueberry Muffins evoke memories of him and his siblings roaming the woods searching for wild berries; Lady Peas with Red Tomato Relish reminds him of shelling peas with Ma Smith in his grandparents’ kitchen after supper; and Blue Cheese and Onion Cornbread conjures up the great sweet-versus-unsweet Southern cornbread debate.

Allen offers cooking tips as well as advice on selecting fresh vegetables. There is also a how-to guide with basic gardening suggestions for growing the best varieties of produce. If you are new to gardening edibles, you’ll learn that you should consider starting with zucchini (the most “overachieving” of vegetables) and herbs (a windowsill gives you all the space you need).

So, as Allen says of gardening and eating, those well-matched passions, “Dig in!”

To read more about P. Allen Smith or Seasonal Recipes from the Garden please visit Crown Publishing Group at www.crownpublishing.com.
Recipes included in this excerpt:
Blackberry Pork Chops
Apple and Carrot Salad

In his cookbook debut, P. Allen Smith, America’s best-known gardener and garden designer, celebrates the bounty of each season with recipes of flavorful fruits, vegetables, and herbs at their garden-fresh best.

P. Allen Smith’s Seasonal Recipes from the Garden features 120 recipes: 30 for each season. These are dishes that everyone loves to eat. Taking delicious advantage of ingredients as accessible as bell peppers and carrots and as beloved as fresh peaches and tomatoes, the recipes are Allen’s favorites, most from his own kitchen and some adapted from family and friends. They are perfect for those who garden as well as anyone who simply enjoys fresh food. They include:

SPRING: Chilled Pea Soup with Bacon and Whipped Cream; Grilled Salmon Sandwich with Lemon-Dill Mayo; Salad of Asparagus, Edamame, Arugula, and Cheese; Radish Top Pasta; Speckled Strawberry Ice Cream

SUMMER: Savory Grit Cakes with Oven-Smoked Tomatoes; Zucchini and Lemon Salad; Aunt Martha’s Corn Pudding; Rosemary-Garlic Smoked Pork Tenderloin; Peach Moon Tart

FALL: Parmesan Pecan Crisps; Roasted Red Pepper Soup; Citrus-Glazed Turkey Breast; Goat Cheese and Leek Tart; Allen’s Favorite Sweet Potato Pie

WINTER: Cranberry Spice Cocktail; Slow-Cooker Lamb Stew; Savory Rosemary Butternut Squash; Tiny Orange Muffins; Old-Fashioned Blackberry Jam Cake

The recipes, many of which are Southern-inflected, include delightful personal stories, full of Allen’s much-loved wit and charm. All-American Blueberry Muffins evoke memories of him and his siblings roaming the woods searching for wild berries; Lady Peas with Red Tomato Relish reminds him of shelling peas with Ma Smith in his grandparents’ kitchen after supper; and Blue Cheese and Onion Cornbread conjures up the great sweet-versus-unsweet Southern cornbread debate.

Allen offers cooking tips as well as advice on selecting fresh vegetables. There is also a how-to guide with basic gardening suggestions for growing the best varieties of produce. If you are new to gardening edibles, you’ll learn that you should consider starting with zucchini (the most “overachieving” of vegetables) and herbs (a windowsill gives you all the space you need).

So, as Allen says of gardening and eating, those well-matched passions, “Dig in!”

To read more about P. Allen Smith or Seasonal Recipes from the Garden please visit Crown Publishing Group at www.crownpublishing.com.

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Publish date: Dec 28, 2010
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Copyright © 2010 by Hortus, Ltd.Photographs copyright © 2010 by Ben Fink, except pages6, 7, 14, 47, 56, 58, 73, 96, 115, 125, 129, 134, 135, 152,153, 172, 177, 185, 187, 188, 209, 228, 244, which arecopyright © 2010 by Hortus, Ltd.All rights reserved.Published in the United States by Clarkson Potter/Publishers, animprint of the Crown Publishing Group, a division of RandomHouse, Inc., New York.www.crownpublishing.comwww.clarksonpotter.comCLARKSON POTTER is a trademark and POTTER with colophonis a registered trademark of Random House, Inc.Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication DataSmith, P. Allen.[Seasonal recipes from the garden]P. Allen Smith’s seasonal recipes from the garden / P. Allen Smith. — 1st ed.1. Cookery. 2. Cookery (Vegetables) 3. Cookery (Fruit).I. Title. II. Title: Seasonal recipes from the garden.TX714.S592 2010641.5—dc22 2009049730ISBN 978-0-307-35108-1Printed in ChinaDesign by Stephanie Huntwork Jacket photographs © 2010 by Ben FinkPhotographs on pages 11–13 from the author’s collection10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1First Edition

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At first glance this looked good. Eventually it became clear that it would only be useful if you have an extensive garden or a nut farm in the southern U.S.
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