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Acorn Vegetables Re-Imagined


Acorn Vegetables Re-Imagined
Acorn Vegetables Re-Imagined
Acorn Vegetables Re-Imagined
Acorn Vegetables Re-Imagined
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Regular price
$40.00

Acorn Vegetables Re-Imagined


The new cook book from our friends at the Acorn is here! The Acorn is one of our original wholesale customers, working with our grains, beans and freshly milled flours. We are thrilled to offer this beautiful new book at both of our locations as well as online. 

From the publisher: 
At the award-winning restaurant, The Acorn, plants are celebrated: explored, enhanced, coaxed with creativity, and dressed for a night of being the center of attention and the phenomenal focus of every plate. In their first cookbook, Shira Blustein and Brian Luptak—The Acorn’s owner and chef—share their truly unique recipes, highlighting the endless possibilities that come when cooking with the seasonal and wild-crafted ingredients gifted to us by nature. Defying categorization, with dishes that are anything but predictable, this cookbook will leave even the staunchest of meat eaters satisfied.

The recipe chapters are structured by season, with an Essentials chapter at the start of the book—full of pickles, vinegars, oils, and plant-based alternatives—and a Cocktails chapter at the back.

All the recipes are broken into components, and range from the simple but sublime Spring Radishes with Ashed Spring Onion Almond Sauce, Fried Garlic Scapes or Stinging Nettle Soup, to the intriguing Fried Zucchini Blossoms with Fermented Zucchini Purée and Apricot Chili Sauce, Smoked Caramelized Parsnip and Potato Pâté, or Squash and Chanterelle Gnocchi. And the recipes focus on minimizing waste and maximizing the potential of each plant—as the stems of one recipe become the pickled star of another.


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