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by Maggie Beer

eBook Maggie's Harvest epub
  • ISBN: 1920989544
  • Author: Maggie Beer
  • Genre: Cookbooks
  • Subcategory: Cooking by Ingredient
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Penguin Random House Australia; 2nd Edition edition (October 1, 2007)
  • Pages: 736 pages
  • ePUB size: 1323 kb
  • FB2 size 1237 kb
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Maggie Beer AM (born Margaret Anne Ackerman) is an Australian cook, food author, restaurateur, and food manufacturer living in the Barossa Valley

Maggie Beer AM (born Margaret Anne Ackerman) is an Australian cook, food author, restaurateur, and food manufacturer living in the Barossa Valley. Beer is one of the judges on The Great Australian Bake Off alongside Matt Moran and is also a regular guest on MasterChef Australia. Maggie Beer was born in Sydney in January 1945, to Ronald Ackerman, whose German ancestry was from his paternal grandparents, and Doreen Carter, who had English ancestry from her maternal great-grandparents.

Maggie's Harvest book. Between the embroidered covers of this wonderful reference book are 716 pages of Maggie Beer’s memories, musings and recipes. Beautifully accompanied by colour photographs of dishes, places and ingredients, this is a book filled with inspiration and Ms Beer’s passion for food. Confession time: I am not either a great cook or a frequent cook. I bought this book for myself as a present, and have spent hours remembering recipes from my youth and rejoicing in the offerings of the seasons.

Divided into four chapters based on the seasons, this book provides information on the local seasonal ingredients which Maggie is most passionate about, which she either grows on her farm and orchard in the Barossa, or sources from local suppliers. Format Hardback 736 pages. Dimensions 206 x 272 x 66mm 2,560g. Publication date 14 May 2008. Publisher Penguin Books Australia. Publication City/Country Camberwell, Australia.

Maggie's Harvest by Maggie Beer 9781920989545 (Hardback, 2007) Delivery UK delivery is usually within 12 to 14 working days. Read full description.

All of the winter recipes from "Maggie's Harvest," featuring delicious recipes that make the best of seasonal winter produce "Maggie Beer's Winter Harvest "brings .

This book from one of Australia's best-loved cooks is essential for anyone with an appreciation of the pleasures of sourcing, cooking, and sharing seasonal food. Penguin Books AU. ISBN-10.

Maggie also has written several books about food and food preparation, as well as co-authoring a book with .

Maggie also has written several books about food and food preparation, as well as co-authoring a book with noted chef Stephanie Alexander In 2008, Maggie Beer won the Australian Publishers Association's llustrated Book of the Year for Maggie's Harvest. She has two daughters, Saskia and Ellie. Cooking With Verjuice. Stephanie Alexander & Maggie Beer's Tuscan Cookbook.

Maggie's Harvest brings together over 350 of Maggie Beer's signature recipes, detailed descriptions of her favorite ingredients, and inspiring accounts of memorable meals with family and friends. The recipes highlight Maggie's philosophy of using the freshest and best seasonal produce available in the Barossa Valley South Australia, and treating it simply, allowing the natural flavors to speak for themselves. Describing herself as a "country cook," Maggie cooks from the heart and is passionate about instilling in others this same confidence—to use recipes as a starting point, and be guided by instinct and personal taste. This landmark book from one of Australia's best-loved cooks is essential for anyone with an appreciation of the pleasures of sourcing, cooking, and sharing food.
Comments: (7)
Fararala
Worth every penny. Even if you never cook one recipe out of this book (which you should), it's just so much fun to read.

I do have to disagree with some of the other reviewers who mentioned it's not worth your time if you don't live in Australia. Sure, there are items we can't get in the states, but Maggie really knows how to teach...and she's so passionate about cooking that you're bound to learn quite a bit by watching her (YouTube is great) or just reading through this treasure trove of recipes.

Why's it so expensive? Probably because it wasn't published in the US (for shame...). The stitchery on the cover is gorgeous, the color photos inside the book are beautiful and the book weighs over 5 pounds and is well over 700 pages. Maggie said it's a labor of love and I completely agree with her. I bought one for my mom and she jokes that she never opens it without gloves. Me? I already have a few stains on some of my favorite recipes.

Don't let converting metric to standard intimidate you. That's what Google's for - plus, I bought a digital scale on Amazon for around $12.00 that measures into grams, kilos, pounds and ounces. Easy peasy.
Gaxaisvem
Arrived in perfect condition -love the book
Umdwyn
Beautiful cover and interesting recipes.
Walianirv
I love the way it is arranged by season. The recipes and ideas are inspiring. A must have for any serious foodie.
Andriodtargeted
I actually lived in Australia during the time period coved in Maggies Harvest but did not know about this until MJ (corn exchange in Rapid City SD) told me all about it! hey thanks for all the good food MJ! we miss you!
Vobei
A fabulous all round cookbook using the best of Australian produce and culinary techniques and tips
Saberdragon
The book is the book. It took a couple of weeks to arrive which seems a lot for airmail. Also the package was enormous. I'm hoping that the large cost of freight wasn't due to the inordinate amount of packaging provided. Otherwise I'm happy with the service.
I love this book all the way from its gorgeous embroidered cover that makes it feel like a family heirloom all the way to the gorgeous recipes. There is (literally) a recipe for every occasion in every season as well as an excellent section with all of your basics (like pastries etc).
There are also some recipes that are not so basic and not so common... squab? Yep. Pheasant? Yep. Rabbit? Yep. Nice to know how to cook all of these even if they are not every day fare.
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