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Hand-cured olives, home-baked bread, fresh goat cheese: Before Whole Foods and Trader Joe's, the only way to enjoy these pure and simple flavors was to make them the old-fashioned way-by hand. This charming little guide will teach you how to blend your own mustards, crush grapes for wine, bottle vinegar at home, and more. Sure, you can buy these things at the neighborhood farmers market, but Alley's instructions are so easy, you'll be inspired to add her age-old techniques to your culinary repertoire. The sumptuous recipes at the end of each chapter enable you to put the fruits of your labor to good use.
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LYNN ALLEY is a freelance food and wine journalist interested in traditional foods and techniques from around the world. The author of LOST ARTS, she has contributed articles to Fine Cooking, Cook’s Illustrated, the San Francisco Chronicle, and Appellation magazine. She frequently writes for Wine Spectator and its website. Alley has also taught classes at cooking schools around the United States. She resides in San Diego, California.Review:
From milling your own grain and making simple mustard to making good homemade vinegars, this packs in advice on how to make some extraordinary homemade goods. These culinary arts, from curing to growing herbs and making cheese, are 'lost' arts resurrected for this fine account. -- Midwest Book Review
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Book Description Ten Speed Press, 2000. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111580081762
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Book Description Ten Speed Press, 2000. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1580081762