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Put 'em Up! Fruit - BF369

Put 'em Up! Fruit
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A Preserving Guide and Cookbook for Fruit

By Sherri Brooks Vinton

This creative collection has 80 inventive recipes for preserving 18 kinds of fruit, from apples, blackberries, blueberries, and cherries to cranberries, lemons, quince, plums, rhubarb, and tomatoes. Also has 80 recipes for using your preserves (whether you've made jelly, jam, chutney, curd, liqueur, pickles, or salsa) in main dishes, side dishes, desserts, and cocktails.

The flavors are fresh and contemporary, and the instructions are thorough and easy to follow. Putting up the harvest has never been so delicious.

Softcover. 278 pages. Storey Publishing 2013.

  • Item Model Number: BF369
  • Shipping Dimensions: 9 x 7.5 x 0.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds

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