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Fresh From Central Market Cookbook - Favorite Recipes From The Standholders Of The Nation's Oldest Farmers Market Ce - cover

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Fresh From Central Market Cookbook - Favorite Recipes From The Standholders Of The Nation's Oldest Farmers Market Ce

Phyllis Pellman Good

Publisher: Good Books

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Over 300 delicious, seasonal recipes from America’s oldest, continually operating farmers market and the experts in fresh ingredients who work there. 
 
Truck farmers, devoted cooks, skillful bakers, and local butchers bring their beloved, home-prepared products to their customers at Lancaster, Pennsylvania’s thriving Central Market three days each week. Now these standholders at the nation’s oldest, continually operating farmers market have brought their best recipes together into an irresistible cookbook that features fresh tasting dishes with easy-to-follow instructions.  
 
“Fresh from Central Market” Cookbook offers more than 300 purely delicious recipes for from-scratch cookies and pastries, meats and main dishes, brunches, snacks, appetizers, and grilling. In other words—these are the standholders’ best dishes—some of which are brand new, some of which are irreplaceable traditions! This stunning cookbook includes full-color photographs of lively market days and of the beloved market building.
Available since: 01/27/2015.
Print length: 358 pages.

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