Homemade Harvest

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Rowman & Littlefield, May 20, 2010 - Cooking - 228 pages
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Whether you're spending sunny Autumn days among the changing leaves or looking forward to a cozy evening snuggled up by a crackling fire, Homemade Harvest has the best recipes of the season. Barbecue chicken sandwiches and fast-fix tomato-basil soup are perfect for tailgating and little goblins will love boo-tiful pumpkin cake at Halloween. No matter what size feast you're planning, tried & true favorites like Gran's stuffed turkey rolls, sweet potato casserole and cinnamon-glazed apple pie are all sure to please. We've even included recipes like peachy freezer jam for preserving autumn's fresh bounty. With a cornucopia of decorating and cooking tips tucked in, plus a chapter of crafts for handmade gifts...it's the season of homecoming and homemade goodness!
 

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Gooseberry Patch was started in 1984 one day over the backyard fence in Delaware, Ohio, by two women, Vickie Hutchins and Jo Ann Martin. They were next-door neighbors who shared a love of collecting antiques, gardening, and country decorating. Though neither of them had any experience (Jo Ann was a first-grade school teacher and Vickie, a flight attendant and legal secretary), they decided to try their hands at the mail-order business. Since they both had young children, this was perfect for them. They could work from their kitchen tables and keep an eye on the kids, too! As the children grew, so did their "little" business. They now have their own building in the country, filled to the brim with kitchenware, gourmet goodies, enamelware, bowls and their own very successful line of cookbooks, and calendars.

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