New Prairie Kitchen profiles 25 of the most exciting and groundbreaking chefs, farmers, and producers of artisanal goods from Nebraska, Iowa, and South Dakota.
Their personal stories are interspersed with more than 50 chef-contributed recipes that range from refreshingly simple to exquisitely gourmet. Organized by season, New Prairie Kitchen will transport readers to a revitalized Midwestern heartland where traditional favorites interweave with inspiring new flavors and techniques.
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“New Prairie Kitchen is a gift. Its beautiful prose, touching stories of the Great Plains, and incredible photography are reward enough. Then come the recipes. Mouthwatering, interesting, soul quenching dishes that are sure to become favorites in every kitchen. This is more than a cookbook—it’s a love letter to the heartland.” —Taryn Huebner, private chef for Oprah Winfrey
“Be prepared for spectacular photos that leap off the page, interesting profiles of people who grow, cook, and prepare local foods, and four seasons of wondrous recipes created to entice your taste buds.” —Jean Teller, GRIT magazine
“A testament to the taste of place in all the best ways possible — these recipes, stories, and profiles of chefs, farmers, and artisans are all abundantly steeped in the particular character of our country’s prairie region. This beautifully written and photographed book hits all the perfect notes for anyone interested in regional cuisines, no matter where they live.” —Tracey Ryder, Co-Founder of Edible Communities, Inc.
“Beautiful full-color photography and terrific storytelling will lead readers through a wonderful diversity of cooking styles and recipes sure to appeal to any palate.” —Midwest Independent Booksellers Association
“What a revelation! Delicious recipes, amazing photographs, and a downright wonderful celebration of all things food. If you read this and don’t immediately fire up the grill and dash out to hug a farmer, you should turn in your knives.” —Jonathan Segura, executive editor, Publishers Weekly