Holiday Pumpkins

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Ten Speed Press, 2003 - Cooking - 111 pages
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With more than 30 recipes and 10 craft and decorating ideas, this guide covers both traditional and contemporary ideas for celebrating Halloween and harvest time. Old favourites such as Old-Fashioned Pumpkin Pie and Pumpkin Soup stand alongside new creations.

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An interesting, if somewhat sparse, collection of recipes for the titular ingredient awaits this work's reader. The recipes are well written and include the usual fare of pumpkin pie, pumpkin bread ... Read full review

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About the author (2003)

Georgeanne Brennan grew up in Southern California and attended the San Diego State University, the University of Aix-Marseille in Provence, and the University of California at San Diego. After returning to California to start a teaching position, Brennan and a friend started a vegetable seed company that they promoted with a recipe-filled catalog. The pair struck success and began writing weekly columns for the San Jose Mercury News and the San Francisco Chronicle. Brennan published Apertif: Recipes for Simple Pleasure in the French Style, which won the Julia Child Cookbook Award in the Food & Spirits Category and The Food and Flavors of Haute Provence, which won the James Beard Award in the International Category.

JENNIFER BARRY is the creator and designer of FESTIVE PICNICS, HOLIDAY HEARTS, the ITALIAN ARTISAN cookbook series, SONOMA, NAPA VALLEY, and several other books. She has won numerous awards, including James Beard and Julia Child cookbook awards and the Literary Market Place Publishing Designer of the Year award. She resides with her family in Fairfax, California. GEORGEANNE BRENNAN, winner of both Julia Child and James Beard cookbook awards, has written over a dozen books on cooking and gardening. A writer and columnist for theSan Francisco Chronicleand regular contributor to numerous other publications, she divides her time between her Northern California farm and her home in the Provence region of France.

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