Artisan Preserving

Artisan Preserving

A Complete Collection of Classic and Contemporary Ideas

Book - 2014
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Artisan Preserving is a one-stop resource for all of your preserving needs. Everyone can now enjoy the fruits of their labors with this book from the UK's foremost producer of a huge range of preserves. Whether you have foraged hedgerows, picked produce from your own--or a community garden--or searched out the best seasonal buys in the supermarket, this book contains a comprehensive collection of recipes for preserving fruit and vegetables, meat and fish. Learn the lost arts of curing, drying, pickling, bottling/canning, crystalizing and jellying; make all kinds of jams, jellies, pickles, chutneys, relishes, cordials, fruit liqueurs, sauces, ketchups, confits and salamis, fruit curds, cheeses and butters, and dried fruits and veggies.
Every classic is covered, including: gravlax, confit chicken, candied peel, quince cheese, elderflower cordial, mint jelly, onion marmalade, rhubarb chutney, sloe gin, raspberry jam and piccalilli. There are many others, some of them centuries old, some of them modern inventions, such as Banana and Date Chutney and Grapefruit and Elderflower Marmalade. Emma also includes expert tips on troubleshooting and information on all the equipment you will need. Pick up your muslins and straining funnel and get preserving!
Publisher: Oxford : Nourish, 2014.
ISBN: 9781848991958
1848991959
Characteristics: 223 p. : col. ill.
Additional Contributors: Tee, Susanna
Alternative Title: Bay Tree artisan preserving

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Aug 03, 2016

This is a British cookbook (like Seasonal Preserves by Farrow, also available through KCLS). Like that book, it has a fair amount of recipes that I haven't seen in American cookbooks (lime pickle, recipes using elderflowers, pickled lemons, harissa paste, etc.). This book has more curds and conserves than Seasonal Preserves. She puts butter in her jams (like Carol Barrow). All of her jellies have apple in them (in case you are allergic to apples; she uses applies in several other recipes). There were several recipes that stood out to me as interesting, including two recipes for butternut squash, an eggplant relish, spiced oranges and a ginger curd. She also has a section on curing meats.

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