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The Founding Farmers Cookbook second edition - 100 Recipes From the Restaurant Owned by American Family Farmers - cover

The Founding Farmers Cookbook second edition - 100 Recipes From the Restaurant Owned by American Family Farmers

Nevin Martell, Founding Farmers

Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing

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Nestled in the nation’s capital, Founding Farmers offers delicious food made from scratch with ingredients sourced primarily from family farms, ranches, and fisheries across the country. Now you can use that same scratch-made philosophy at home. With more than 100 different recipes, indulge in traditional American dishes and Founding Farmers favorites, such as Yankee Pot Roast, Southern Pan-Fried Chicken and Waffles, and Seven-Cheese Mac & Cheese. Best of all, they’re easy to make using ingredients grown right here in the United States and can be found at your local farmers’ market or grocery store. In addition to 100 accessible farm-to-fork recipes, The Founding Farmers Cookbook takes you straight to the source of the foods you enjoy every day, with profiles of hardworking American purveyors from Virginia and Maryland, to North Dakota and Texas, and beyond.Keeping in line with the Founding Farmers mission to support local producers, proceeds go to a collective of family farmers, ranchers, and fishermen.With its focus on people, fresh food, and local communities, this cookbook with a mission is a must-have for anyone who wants to bring true American food and drink to their home table.  

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