The Vermont Non-GMO Cookbook: 125 Organic and Farm-to-Fork Recipes from the Green Mountain State
2018 Readable Feast Cookbook Awards Finalist
The Vermont Non-GMO Cookbook praises the state's strategic associate with its neighborhood natural farmlands and the ranchers who support and care for them. It likewise fills in as a guide for eating naturally and non-GMO in Vermont. The book commends the locale's regarded natural food makers, ranchers, cheesemakers, dairy ranchers, and the gourmet specialists who join forces with them to make tasty, creative, natural, and non-GMO plans.
The plans, which urge perusers to think natural and non-GMO eating first, include:
- Avocado, Jalapeño, and Cheddar Cheese Cornbread
- Maple Kale Salad with Toasted Almonds, Parmigiano-Reggiano Cheese, and Rustic Croutons
- Broiler Roasted Organic Pulled Pork Sandwiches with Spicy Apple Cider Vinegar Slaw
- Apple-Raspberry Pie
- Cooked Rainbow Potatoes with Herb Pesto
- Heated Frittata with Baby Spinach, Roasted Red Peppers, and Quark Cheese
- Flame broiled Beef Tenderloin with Rutabaga Puree, Braised Cabbage, and Horseradish Cream
- Antiquated Organic Cheesecake
- New Raspberry Sorbet
Notwithstanding delectable plans, The Vermont Non-GMO Cookbook will incorporate profiles of a hand-chose gathering of spearheading natural Vermont ranchers, gourmet specialists, and non-GMO craftsmans. It will take you on a culinary excursion all through the Green Mountain State, from Ben and Jerry's natively constructed frozen yogurt to universally propelled Kismet Kitchen to the bustling Butternut Mountain Farm. Upheld by natural food photography, it will stir and rouse your sense of taste to the energizing choices being offered by Vermont's expanding nearby, natural, and non-GMO food scene.
About the Author
Tracey Medeiros is the writer of The Vermont Non-GMO Cookbook, The Connecticut Farm Table Cookbook, The Vermont Farm Table Cookbook, and Dishing Up Vermont. The Vermont Non-GMO Cookbook is a 2018 Readable Feast Cookbook Awards Finalist. She composes The Farmhouse Kitchen: A Guide to Eating Local section for Edible Green Mountains magazine and is likewise an independent food author, food beautician, and formula engineer and analyzer. She is frequently observed on different TV cooking fragments setting one up of her preferred plans while imparting accommodating culinary tips to the survey crowd. Tracey ventures provincially as a visitor speaker and cooking educator, stressing her pledge to the practical food development by utilizing privately delivered new fixings to make dishes that are sound and delectable.
I loved the book's format! The profiles of the book's farms and restaurants were so interesting and informative. They gave the reader an introduction to the folks who work so hard each day to bring their communities healthy food products that are free of genetically modified ingredients. Recipes for every occasion. The Salted Caramel Dark Sipping Chocolate was outstanding! -Robert
OMG organic and non-gmo all in one cookbook, I’m in farm-to-fork heaven! I made the award-winning Old-Fashioned Organic Cheesecake (pg. 325) for a dinner party and the silky cheese texture and organic cane sugar sweetness paired with the assorted fresh berries was the talk of the night! Next up, baking Oatmeal Raisin Cookies for snacking and school lunchboxes - so healthy and easy to make, may even freeze some to have on hand, they are so delicious! -KT
Love this cookbook! It’s so important to know where your food comes from and to support local farms. The photographs and stories add to the enjoyment of the recipes. -J.Whitt