by Joshua McFadden, Martha Holmberg
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Six seasons – each with its own characterThe first spring vegetables is all about tenderness and new growthWe have been eating sturdy winter tariff for as long as thin, tender and delicate, is exactly what we need.of juicy blackberry tomato juice feel too much, too fast.At the beginning of the summer the steps that play a little bit – the flavours are not yet intense, but the freshness and green notes are deeper and brighter.Mid-summer starts with the riot flavour – more variety, more colours and textures.The end of summer is the luxuriant period of the richest period of colors, more dynamic flavours, and sensuality.Then back to fall and winter, when life in the fields slows down.In each of the six seasons, McFadden celebrates vegetables only as a chef with the soul and experience of a farmer canVegetables don’t seem to be alone in their early seasons, but also in several seasons, because the way you manage yourself, for example, a spring carrot youngster has nothing to do with what you do for storing carrots in winter.McFadden intuitive feel of the way seasons affect the flavor affects taste results in recipes that soften the best of every ingredient225 fresh, modern and fully accessible range recipes from the first cooked to preserved range recipesWhile 75 percent of vegetarian recipes, there is a lot of meat, seafood, poultry and play a supporting role.All have this great dynamism made possible by McFadden’s keen sense of seasoning, and its ability to achieve deep and rich, without the use of unnecessary fats.These are some of the many lessons taught in this beautifully photographed book
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