Tasting The Seasons (Paperback)

Inspired In-Season Cuisine That's Easy, Healthy, Fresh and Fun: Inspired In-Season Cuisine That's Easy, Healthy, Fresh and Fun

By Kerry Dunnington, Dunnington

Artichoke Publishers, 9780990418504, 297pp.

Publication Date: January 1, 2014

List Price: 19.95*
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Description

For cooking aficionados or those just beginning their culinary journey, the innovative approach in Tasting the Seasons allows cooks to follow the food seasons and appreciate nature's bounty. With flair and humor, culinary expert Kerry Dunnington shares 250 perfectly seasoned recipes with savory commentary that inform and inspire a sustainable approach to home cuisine and entertaining. With a focus on the creative preparation of foods in their growing seasons and healthy food consumption, this is an eco-friendly, all-occasion cookbook. In addition to the dozen or so favorite recipes that stem from her childhood, Dunnington shares dishes that catering clients request time and time again. Each recipe conveys the powerful benefits of serving food that is whole, real, seasonal, local and well-prepared. These delicious dishes will help transform the way you and your family and friends feel about preparing and eating great-tasting food.



About the Author

Kerry Dunnington was born in the suburbs of Baltimore, Maryland, where she lived with her parents and five siblings. At an early age, she developed her palate for fresh and delicious tasting meals prepared from scratch by her mother—a self-taught home cook. Kerry has published three cookbooks, including Tasting the Seasons and This Book Cooks, which have won nine national books awards. Owner of Kerry Dunnington Catering since 1992, Kerry also has been a widely-read food columnist, culinary consultant, food judge and recipe developer for more than three decades. She makes frequent appearances at farmer’s markets around Maryland where she collaborates with farmers, food vendors and artisans to showcase their fresh bounty with recipes from her cookbooks. Kerry’s home – and the kitchen where she creates her trademark dishes enjoyed by her husband, Nick and their Norwich terrier, Caramel – is in a century old co-op in Baltimore’s historic Tuscany-Canterbury neighborhood.