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Back to Basics Harvest - cover

Back to Basics Harvest

Suzanne K Massee

Publisher: Suzanne Massee

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“Back to Basics Harvest”:161 recipes creating chutneys, jams, vinaigrettes, sauces and jellies, just the way your grandmother used to, in the days when all good food was created in the home kitchen. 
Suzanne Massee is passionate about home-grown and home-produced foods; her home-produced preserves have been sold throughout New Zealand. 
Suzanne’s restaurant was winner of the 2003 Wine and Food Challenge Award for Nelson-Marlborough – West Coast Region. 
The author says “My passion is the study of natural products – I love to teach others about what is around us all. It’s time for me to share these wonderful recipes; instead of just keeping them on the computer, it has come time to put them all on paper. Let me teach you, your children and grandchildren the art of preserving, so that you can know what you are consuming is full of goodness and wholeness.” 
This book is the outcome of years spent accumulating recipes, in a format that makes the it easier to make the most of the season’s harvests. 
Please note: This EBook publication does not have pictures within its contents due to the long running script. 
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