Timeless Bounty

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This book chronicles the beauty and bounty of the Finger Lakes region, including its historical inhabitants, its natural bounty, and the modern incarnation of those attributes as it pertains to local food and wine. The story is told through the wisd…

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    Om Timeless Bounty

    This book chronicles the beauty and bounty of the Finger Lakes region, including its historical inhabitants, its natural bounty, and the modern incarnation of those attributes as it pertains to local food and wine. The story is told through the wisdom of the people who have been and still are in the Finger Lakes region, from Reverend William Bostwick, who planted the first grape crop in Hammondsport in 1829, to Dr. Konstantin Frank, who revolutionized the wine industry in New York State by successfully growing vinifera grapes in the Finger Lakes, spearheading a significant American wine region. The narrative continues with contemporary stories of winemakers, produce growers, and husbandry families that explain the choices they made and continue to make as they face the challenges and opportunities that the Finger Lakes region provides. The book also chronicles the active locavore movement that follows the march of fruits and vegetables maturing in succession from May through November, and features recipes from local restaurateurs whose cuisine is inspired by this annual parade of the region's bounty. With color photographs featuring the people, food and wines of the Finger Lakes, this book will appeal to anyone who lives in or visits this culinary paradise.

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    Format
    E-Bok
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    Teknisk DRM
    Filformat
    ePUB
    Utgivelsesår
    2014
    Forlag
    Burford Books
    Språk
    Engelsk
    ISBN
    9781580805360
    Sider
    176

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