With nearly 50 species of berries that grow wild in Alaska, this collection takes the more abundant and popular species and shares 200 tried-and-true berry recipes that have been Alaskan favorites for decades.
In this newly updated edition of The Alaska Wild Berry Cookbook , brightened with a fresh design and re-edited and modernized with an all-new foreword and glossary, you’ll find a range of berry recipes that go far beyond the usual limited sampling. Mouth-watering recipes include classic desserts, such as blueberry-lemon pie and strawberry mousse, to more unique ones, such as salmonberry cake, but there are also sections for berry-made breads, salads, meat dishes and marinades, preserves, candies, mincemeats, and even beverages. Also included are easy substitutions for berry lovers everywhere, foragers and grocery store shoppers alike, to customize and enjoy the dishes wherever they may live. From lowbush cranberry marmalade to raspberry cake to crowberry syrup, this classic berry cookbook covers it all.
|Publisher:||Graphic Arts Center Publishing Company|
|Product dimensions:||7.50(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.60(d)|
About the Author
Alaska Northwest Books is an imprint of West Margin Press. Alaska Northwest Books is dedicated to nonfiction and children’s books specifically about Alaska. These books have a decidedly Alaskan point of view and bring insight into native cultures and Alaskan lifestyles.
Table of Contents
Breads and Breakfasts
Marinades, Sauces, and Stuffings
Pies and Tarts
Cobblers and Friends
Puddings and Custards
Cakes, Cupcakes, and Frostings
Cookies and Bars
Frozen and Chilled Desserts
Juices and Beverages
Trail Foods and Preserves
Eskimo and Native American Dishes
Canning and Preserving Berries