The Oregon Farm Table Cookbook (Paperback)

101 Homegrown Recipes from the Pacific Wonderland

By Karista Bennett

Countryman Press, 9781682685006, 224pp.

Publication Date: September 1, 2020

List Price: 24.95*
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Description

Inspired by Oregon’s local bounty, from notable food artisans like Bob’s Red Mill to esteemed restaurants like Local Ocean Seafood.


Rugged coastline, lush valleys, rustic mountains, and wide-open plains—no matter where you turn, Oregon is a local-food treasure box. With history and culture aplenty, the state is also known for its trove of small farms, ranches, orchards, breweries, and artisans that supply a bountiful culinary selection. In The Oregon Farm Table Cookbook, Karista Bennett invites readers to share in this community of abundance.

With charming farm profiles and family memories created around food, this book will have readers far and wide dreaming of the Beaver State. Flavorful recipes make the most of Oregon’s famous ingredients, whether it's Oregon Cherry and Goat Cheese Flatbread, Grilled Cheese and Dungeness Crab Salad Sandwiches, Beer Braised Pork Roast, or Hazelnut Butterscotch Chip Cookies. Bennett’s gorgeous color photography bring the flavors of these recipes to life, making this the perfect way to bring Oregon home to your kitchen, no matter where you live.





About the Author

Karista Bennett is a food writer, author, and on-air recipe expert living in Oregon's enchanting Willamette Valley with her husband, and one exuberant cattle dog, Gus.


Praise For The Oregon Farm Table Cookbook: 101 Homegrown Recipes from the Pacific Wonderland

With easy to make recipes from surf to turf, Karista Bennett has given us home cooking at its very best; fresh, honest, and delicious.
— Kate McDermott, James Beard nominated author of Art of the Pie

Having lived in Oregon, I was eager to get my hands on Karista Bennett’s cookbook. You’ll undoubtedly find her photography, writing, and recipes warmly welcoming you again and again to The Oregon Farm Table.

— Maya Wilson, author of The Alaska from Scratch Cookbook