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Earth to Table

HarperCollins

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Product Information

Format:

hardcover

Page count:

336

Size:

9.1" x 7.1" x 1.1"

ISBN:

9780061825941

Author(s):

Jeff Crump and Bettina Schormann

Imprint:

Ecco

Why We Love This

Jeff Crump learned of the pleasures of using local cuisine by working in world-famous restaurants such as Alice Waters's Chez Panisse, and he set about to develop a network of farmers to keep his own restaurant's kitchen humming all year round. It was not long before he was out in the fields himself, alongside pastry chef and collaborator Bettina Schormann, planting and harvesting crops that would form the backbone of their menus, breads, and desserts--and the recipes that make up this book.

Why We Love This

Jeff Crump learned of the pleasures of using local cuisine by working in world-famous restaurants such as Alice Waters's Chez Panisse, and he set about to develop a network of farmers to keep his own restaurant's kitchen humming all year round. It was not long before he was out in the fields himself, alongside pastry chef and collaborator Bettina Schormann, planting and harvesting crops that would form the backbone of their menus, breads, and desserts--and the recipes that make up this book.