Batch

Batch PDF Epub Batch By Joel MacCharles Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk In The World Of Preserving, Joel MacCharles And Dana Harrison Are The Masters, The Authority Batch Packs Everything You Ll Ever Need To Know About Preserving Into One Cohesive Bible Joel And Dana S Passion Project Takes A Deep Dive Into The Fundamentals Of Preserving And Offers Both Simple And Adventurous, And Totally Flavor Forward Recipes Chef Curtis Stone, New York Times Bestselling Author And Chef Owner Of Maude Restaurant Joel And Dana S Journey Into Preserving Began With An Innocent Lesson In Making Jam Almost A Decade Later, WellPreserved.ca Is An Extraordinary Resource For Both Beginners And Experts Alike Their Much Anticipated First Cookbook Showcases Seven Different Preserving Techniques Waterbath Canning, Pressure Canning, Dehydrating, Fermenting, Cellaring, Salting Smoking, And Infusing And Takes Readers On A Trip To The Market In Twenty Five Ingredients Within Each Ingredient Chapter, You Ll Find Multiple Preserving Recipes Using The Different Methods From Apples, Pears, Peaches And Rhubarb, To Asparagus, Peppers, Mushrooms, And Tomatoes, And Covering A Variety Of Meat And Fish, Batch Teaches You Everything You Need To Know To Get The Most Out Of Your Kitchen With Their Signature Approachable And Fun Style, Joel And Dana Showcase Techniques For A Variety Of Skill Levels, Explain How To Batch Your Recipes To Make Two Preserves At Once, Give You Multiple Options For Preserving In Ten Minutes Or Less, And Serve Up Mouthwatering Center Of The Plate Meals That Take Your Preserves From The Pantry To The Table With Personal Anecdotes, Creative And Incredible Recipes, And Beautiful Photography And Illustrations, Batch Will Show You How To Incorporate Preserving Into Your Life And Your Community.

  • 2.4
  • 270
  • English
  • 27 July 2017
  • Hardcover
  • 352 pages
  • 9780449016657
  • Batch
  • Joel MacCharles

10 thoughts on “Batch

  1. Aja Marsh says:

    overall fun book nicely thought out, designed, and photographed i think this is one of the best all in one preservation books i ve come across in terms of diversity of food items, but keeping it easy in its approach without overwhelming recipes or suggestions, but with enoug...

  2. Tori says:

    Overall, I really enjoyed this one Lots of creative recipes and clear instructions on the various methods of preserving Water bath canning, pressure canning, fermenting, cellaring, salting, etc., very cool My only reservation lies in some of the WARNING introductory language At first glance the book sells itself as a way to introduce preserving to novices and taking all of the fear and apprehension out of it However in the very first few passages it tends to fear monger and discourage experimenting which I agree with to a certain degree, this is science and botulism is not awesome , but when you tell me not to trust my grandma s canning methods or recipes that s where I ma tune out and take what you say with a grain of salt Sure, methods and food stability standards have changed over the years, but my Gra...

  3. Katy Emanuel says:

    We have tried out some of the recipes this year with all of our canning to give us some new flavours I like that sugar is not heavy in the recipes and that honey is used in place of in many recipes that would require some sweetening We will definitely be enjoying some of these goodies this winter.

  4. Alison says:

    Hands down my favorite preserving book

  5. Meghan says:

    Excellent resource, beautifully photographed Lots of great recipes and ideas throughout, sprinkled with stories of the author s journey of home preservation.

  6. Michelle Wrona says:

    This review can also be found on A Thousand Lives Lived, check it out for I discovered Joel MacCharles and Dana Harrison s Batch after receiving it for review from Appetite by Random House, and WHOA, I must say that I am so impressed with the outcome of the recipes, the authors organization throughout the recipe book, the unique recipes found, and how much effort was put into this cookbook, making it unique from others and certainly one that I will use over and over again EVERYONE NEEDS THIS Just as the synopsis says, Batch teaches you everything you need to know to get the most out of your kitchen, I certainly believe that this statement is true towards the whole cookbook, and I will recommend it to any beginner cooks who are looking for healthier alternatives than your regular dishes fried on a pan with loads of oil and nasty stuff In this case, the authors provide readers cooks with their expertise, sharing tips on how to make different vegetables and yummy ingredients have this chef flair that will make you want to eat the whole pot pan dish that you created the meal with.The first dish I tried was the tomato sauce mixed with lemon juice and peppers WOW My mom and I usually created tomato sauce using just a bushel of tomatoes, but the authors were fabulous with giving this good ol Italian dish their own flair with lemon juice I really preferred eating my spaghetti with that sauce, compared to the regular tomato one, since I m not a big fan of tomato sauce as a ...

  7. Nikki (nikkitheknack& says:

    Full review including pictures of what I made, published on my blog, In the Stacks first part of the book gives you instructions on seven different styles of preserving, including fermenting, cellaring, and infusing For complete beginners like me, these chapters will basically be your preserving Bible because they give you the basic knowledge you need to get started.The recipes are organized by ingredient, which makes grocery store trips a dream when you re making things from this book In each chapter, you ll learn a few different ways to preserve an ingredient, such as peaches, peppers, and meat At the end of each chapter, there are recipes that show you the delicious ways you can use the preserves you ve just made.Along with each recipe, you can see the level of difficulty which, as a complete newcomer to preserving, I really valued I wanted to start off easy so I could learn along the way and work up to...

  8. Missy says:

    Well written, interesting Great recipes.

  9. Renata says:

    Thanks to Goodreads and Random House for providing this book to me It is a lovely cookbook for making all types of preserved foods canned, fermented, smoked and dehydrated I collect cookbooks and while I love to cook, I am not big on making jams or canning food myself However, this is a book that I will treasure as it includes a lot of information on equipment and procedures something you won t get with other books that only include recipes T...

  10. Ben Jackson says:

    Fantastic book If you re interested in preserving, then this is the ultimate book for you I m going to be passing this book along to my mother and father who have been active preserves and aspiring gardeners for years Thanks again, great book, well laid out, beautiful illustrat...

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