Maggie's Harvest

Maggie's Harvest

Number Of Pages: 736
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Language: English
ISBN-10: 1920989544
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Description

Maggie's Harvest - Maggie's Harvest brings together over 350 of Maggie Beer's signature recipes, detailed descriptions of her favourite ingredients and inspiring accounts of memorable meals with family and friends. Maggie lives her life according to the seasons of her beloved Barossa Valley and this is evident on every page, where her overwhelming love of and enthusiasm for the Barossa, its produce and people shines though. The recipes highlight Maggie's philosophy of using the freshest and best seasonal produce available and treating it simply. Divided into four chapters based on the seasons, this book provides information on the local seasonal ingredients which Maggie is most passionate about, which she either grows on her farm and orchard in the Barossa, or sources from local suppliers.

About Author

Maggie Beer operated the Barossa Valley's famous Pheasant Farm Restaurant with her husband Colin, for fifteen years. Since closing the restaurant in 1993, she has established an export kitchen to develop and make products for domestic and international markets, and now devotes much of her time to researching and developing her range.
Maggie is the author of four successful cookbooks, Maggie's Farm, Maggie's Orchard, Cooking with Verjuice and Maggie's Table, and co-author of the bestselling Stephanie Alexander & Maggie Beer's Tuscan Cookbook. She is also a longstanding contributor of food columns to newspapers and magazines, and is co-host of The Cook and The Chef on ABC TV. Her website is www.maggiebeer.com.aushow more

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    Maggie Beer's recipes are not just about ingredients and instructions but demonstrate her passion and love for food and enjoyment of cooking for friends and family. Maggie's recipes are laced with stories and memories. This is a beautifully presented book and a joy to read and savour.