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Title The Prairie Homestead Cookbook
Author Jill Winger
Publisher Flatiron Books
Release 2019-04-02
Category Cooking
Total Pages 384
ISBN 1250305942
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Jill Winger, creator of the award-winning blog The Prairie Homestead, introduces her debut The Prairie Homestead Cookbook, including 100+ delicious, wholesome recipes made with fresh ingredients to bring the flavors and spirit of homestead cooking to any kitchen table. With a foreword by bestselling author Joel Salatin The Pioneer Woman Cooks meets 100 Days of Real Food, on the Wyoming prairie. While Jill produces much of her own food on her Wyoming ranch, you don’t have to grow all—or even any—of your own food to cook and eat like a homesteader. Jill teaches people how to make delicious traditional American comfort food recipes with whole ingredients and shows that you don’t have to use obscure items to enjoy this lifestyle. And as a busy mother of three, Jill knows how to make recipes easy and delicious for all ages. "Jill takes you on an insightful and delicious journey of becoming a homesteader. This book is packed with so much easy to follow, practical, hands-on information about steps you can take towards integrating homesteading into your life. It is packed full of exciting and mouth-watering recipes and heartwarming stories of her unique adventure into homesteading. These recipes are ones I know I will be using regularly in my kitchen." - Eve Kilcher These 109 recipes include her family’s favorites, with maple-glazed pork chops, butternut Alfredo pasta, and browned butter skillet corn. Jill also shares 17 bonus recipes for homemade sauces, salt rubs, sour cream, and the like—staples that many people are surprised to learn you can make yourself. Beyond these recipes, The Prairie Homestead Cookbook shares the tools and tips Jill has learned from life on the homestead, like how to churn your own butter, feed a family on a budget, and experience all the fulfilling satisfaction of a DIY lifestyle.

Title Cookery of the Prairie Homesteader
Author Louise K. Nickey
Publisher
Release 1976
Category Cooking
Total Pages 168
ISBN 9780911518450
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The author, born in Indiana, moved to the prairie homestead of northeastern Montana at the age of five & lived there for the next eleven years. The book is a collection of remembrances of that time as well as the recipes Mama Nickey prepared for the family. The recipes are aranged by seasons, from Cherry Preserves in Spring, Stewed Turtle in the Summer, Potato Salad & Bacon in the Summer & on through Christmas Fruit Cake in the winter.

Title The Prairie Table Cookbook
Author Bill Kurtis
Publisher Sourcebooks, Inc.
Release 2007-11-01
Category Cooking
Total Pages 160
ISBN 1402248687
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Prairie Table Cookbook blends comforting rancher food recipes with a fascinating look at life and food on the historic cattle trails and cowboys of the 19th century. There's a prairie fire sweeping across America, one that comes from the people looking for more natural, healthy, and harmonious ways to eat meat from the land. Tallgrass Beef represents a return to "classic" ranching, and produces meat that consistently tastes better and is better for you than grain-fed. The Prairie Table Cookbook will immerse readers in the cowboy's world with delicious recipes to sustain any hungry family or famished cowboy. From hearty chilli to Texas Beef tips, scrumptious sourdough biscuits and corn fritters, these modern and classic recipes show range from simple homesteader to the more adventurous modern chef, and include contributions from celebrity chefs such as Charlie Trotter and Rick Baylis. Accompanied by anecdotes, letters and photographs from the heyday of the Kansas cattle trade, this cookbook will be a staple for any American looking to eat a better kind of beef around a cozy dinner table or glowing campfire.

Title Arab Cooking on a Prairie Homestead
Author Habeeb Salloum
Publisher
Release 2017
Category Cooking, Syrian
Total Pages
ISBN 9780889775206
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"In the 1920s, Habeeb Salloum's parents left behind the orchards and vineyards of French-occupied Syria to seek a new life on the windswept, drought-stricken Canadian prairies. With recollections that show the grit and improvisation of early Syrian pioneers, Arab Cooking on a Prairie Homestead demonstrates Salloum's love of traditional Arab cuisine. By growing "exotic" crops brought from their country of origin-such as lentils, chickpeas, and bulgur-the Salloums survived the Dust Bowl conditions of the 1930s, and helped change the landscape of Canadian farming. Over 200 recipes-from dumplings and lentil pies to zucchini mint soup-in this updated classic will provide today's foodies and urban farmers with dishes that are not only delicious, but also climate-friendly and gentle on your wallet!"--

Homestead Kitchen by Eivin Kilcher

Title Homestead Kitchen
Author Eivin Kilcher
Publisher Penguin
Release 2016-10-25
Category Cooking
Total Pages 256
ISBN 0553459562
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The first cookbook from homesteaders and co-stars of Discovery’s Alaska: The Last Frontier Eve and Eivin Kilcher features appealing recipes for anyone looking to live more sustainably, healthfully, and independently, regardless of where and what they call home. Eve and Eivin Kilcher, stars of the hit Discovery show Alaska: The Last Frontier, are experts in sustainable living. Homesteaders by choice, the couple has had to use their self-reliance skills to survive harsh winters in the Alaskan wilderness and raise a thriving family. In their debut book, the Kilchers share 85 original family recipes and advice on gardening, preserving, and foraging. The tips and techniques they have cultivated from their family and through necessity will help anyone looking to shrink their environmental footprint and become less dependent on mass-produced food and products. Stunningly photographed in and around their handmade home and farm, Homestead Kitchen illustrates that taking on small-scale sustainable projects is not only possible in a suburban/urban setting, but ultimately a more responsible and gratifying way to live.

Title Arab Cooking on a Prairie Homestead
Author Habeeb Salloum
Publisher
Release 2017
Category Cooking
Total Pages 336
ISBN 9780889775183
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Readers will delight in Habeeb Salloum's childhood recollections of a Syrian childhood on the prairies, and his tales of encounters with food around the world. Cooks will be inspired by his love of cooking, by his deep appreciation for his culinary heritage, and by his enthusiasm for new discoveries in food through his travels.

Homestead Recipes by Lindsay Hodge

Title Homestead Recipes
Author Lindsay Hodge
Publisher Lulu.com
Release 2014-10-01
Category House & Home
Total Pages 44
ISBN 1312436069
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This is a collection of recipes from every area of Lindsay's homestead for the modern homesteader. Inside you'll find a handful of highly adaptable recipes from Lindsay's Kitchen and Laundry Room, a few from her Medicine Cabinet, and even one from her garden. To find out more about Lindsay and how she can help you with all of your projects, visit www.havenhomestead.com!

The Essential Oils Apothecary by Eric Zielinski, DC

Title The Essential Oils Apothecary
Author Eric Zielinski, DC
Publisher Rodale Books
Release 2021-09-07
Category Health & Fitness
Total Pages 384
ISBN 0593139283
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Soothing practices, healing rituals, and 150+ practical recipes for applying essential oils to the treatment and symptom management of 25 chronic illnesses, including insomnia, libido, fibromyalgia, COPD, anxiety, depression, diabetes. dementia. and more—by the bestselling author of The Healing Power of Essential Oils “The most comprehensive essential oils resource I know . . . I highly recommend it!”—Amy Myers, MD, New York Times bestselling author of The Autoimmune Solution and The Thyroid Connection Extracted directly from the bark, flowers, leaves, resins, and roots of plants, essential oils are highly concentrated plant-based chemical compounds that have been the basis for natural medicine for thousands of years. Whether you apply them topically, ingest them, or diffuse them in the air, they are scientifically proven to work on the body’s physiology gently and quickly, which is why more and more people living with chronic conditions—from insomnia, hypertension, and fibromyalgia to Parkinson’s, epilepsy, insulin resistance, cancer, and even Alzheimer’s disease—are reaching for them as a complementary therapy. Drawing on their authoritative understanding of these powerful concentrations and their mastery of DIY usage, Dr. Eric and Sabrina Ann Zielinski share more than 150 research-backed and easy-to-prepare topical recipes, capsule remedies, and diffusions that work to combat the root causes of all disease: stress, anxiety, and systemic inflammation. Using oils from more than 70 aromatic plants—from copaiba and lemongrass to turmeric and ylang ylang—their healing formulations include: • Earthy Wood Inhaler, the perfect way to bring nature inside—“forest bathing” on demand! • Immune-Boosting Diffuser Blend, to help protect your body against airborne pathogens. • IBD Synergy Capsules, a gentle mixture of coriander, Melissa, and peppermint to soothe and promote gut health • Extra-Strength Bone and Joint Salve, powerful pain relief that uses CBD, frankincense, lavender and wintergreen. • Sensual Body Spray, an alluring scent to help spice up your love life! Easy to prepare and apply, these time-tested recipes and protocols will help you take control of your health and start to enjoy the abundant life again!

Sweet Maple by Michelle Visser

Title Sweet Maple
Author Michelle Visser
Publisher Rowman & Littlefield
Release 2019-10-01
Category House & Home
Total Pages 232
ISBN 1493037781
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Sweet Maple is an instructional book on backyard sugarmaking that’s also the story of one family’s connection to the past on a small New England sugar farm. Throughout its pages, Michelle (the “sugarmaker’s wife”) gives advice on: the 22 different kinds of trees that can be tapped. the process of making syrup, to help you decide what level is right for you. how to make alternative treats, such lilac syrup. the health benefits of maple products, which contain more than 40 antioxidants. substituting processed sugar with all-natural maple syrup in any recipe. the 3 steps to making maple sugar. how to make irresistible maple cream and how to enjoy it. While learning the art of sugarmaking alongside her husband, Michelle guides readers through every step of all-natural syrup production, with directions for tapping one tree or dozens, while detailing the life-changing benefits of using maple syrup in the kitchen. Interspersed with sugaring techniques, tips, sidebars, and storytelling, Michelle shares more than 30 of her family’s tried-and-true maple recipes—from scones to salads.

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