9781989025086-1989025080-Seven Seasons on Stowel Lake Farm: Stories and Recipes that Nourish Community

Seven Seasons on Stowel Lake Farm: Stories and Recipes that Nourish Community

ISBN-13: 9781989025086
ISBN-10: 1989025080
Author: Lloyd, Jennifer, Young, Elizabeth, Lloyd, Lisa, Hart, Haidee
Publication date: 2018
Publisher: Page Two
Format: Hardcover 320 pages
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ISBN-13: 9781989025086
ISBN-10: 1989025080
Author: Lloyd, Jennifer, Young, Elizabeth, Lloyd, Lisa, Hart, Haidee
Publication date: 2018
Publisher: Page Two
Format: Hardcover 320 pages

Summary

Acknowledged authors Lloyd, Jennifer, Young, Elizabeth, Lloyd, Lisa, Hart, Haidee wrote Seven Seasons on Stowel Lake Farm: Stories and Recipes that Nourish Community comprising 320 pages back in 2018. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 1989025080 and 9781989025086. Since then Seven Seasons on Stowel Lake Farm: Stories and Recipes that Nourish Community textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price or rent at the marketplace.

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Told through the voices of four women at the heart of the project, Seven Seasons on Stowel Lake Farm is a multi-layered, evocative exploration of life on a sustainable organic farm that has been at the forefront of North America’s slow living and local eating movements. Stunning photographs and transporting descriptions of nature feature alongside mouthwatering yet uncomplicated recipes and crafting tips.

Through a bounty of personal stories of Early Spring, Late Spring, Summer, High Summer, Autumn, December, and Deep Winter, the rich life of Stowel Lake Farm comes alive. From harvest dinners to Thursday work parties, looking after free-range children to handling the summer hay bailing, planting early seeds to celebrating the New Year, each experience offers a meaningful celebration of people working and living together on the land.

Readers are transported to life on the farm while learning some of the tips, tricks, secrets, and recipes grown from years of work. Local harvest, slow food recipes include Squash and Sage Risotto, Wild Spring Nettle Soup, Herb-Encrusted Leg of Lamb, Pavlova with Roasted Rhubarb Compote, and Fresh Chèvre Cheesecake, nestled alongside key seasonal activities such as maximizing spring vegetables, saving seeds, making nature tables, and dying eggs. Suggestions go deeper than simply the practical, however: Seven Seasons shares emotional lessons from community living and prioritizing family, including the importance of sharing gratitude, the importance of walks, and celebrating together.

Seven Seasons on Stowel Lake Farm is more than a book, it’s a place: one that readers can immerse themselves in time and again, through recipes, storytelling, and lessons. Steeped in insights that celebrate nourishment―both physical and emotional―this stunning, original book will inspire readers to cultivate their own rich traditions of food, family, and community―wherever they live.
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