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Library Cooks talk Food Preservation and Vegetable Cooking (2018)

In this double length special episode, Jennifer and Erin discuss food preservation methods with their guest, Blayne, and review several books on the topic of food preservation and cooking vegetables from the fall harvest. The books reviewed on this episode were Putting Food By by Janet Greene, Ruth Hertzenberg, and Beatrice Vaughn; Jam Session by Joyce Goldstein; EatingWell Vegetables by the Editors of EatingWell; The Southern Vegetable Book by Rebecca Lang; Preservation Pantry by Sarah Marshall; Foolproof Preserving by America’s Test Kitchen; The Vegetable Butcher by Cara Mangini.

Episode #: 

5

Duration: 

2184

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