Winner of the 2016 James Beard Award for American Cooking
One of Bon Appétit's top books of the year
A 12 months of unpolluted, easy, seasonal cooking from a rising-star chef working his grandfather's five-acre farm on Martha's Vineyard.
This is the heartfelt announcement of a brand new American method of meals, celebrating a 12 months of cooking and farming at the island of Martha's winery.
Chris Fischer is a chef, farmer, and author whose roots at the island run twelve generations deep. His cooking combines functional, rural ingenuity with ability obtained within the world's prime kitchens. the result's singular and exciting.
Beetlebung Farm, his grandparents' five-acre parcel within the city of Chilmark, is either Fischer's concept and the resource for the positive uncooked fabrics he showcases. those recipes show the original figuring out of components that comes from a existence spent hauling in lobster pots, cultivating greens, monitoring online game within the woods, and butchering his personal meat.
In this fantastically illustrated homage to the relatives and group that raised him, Fischer weaves seasonal menus via tales of growing to be up at the island, conjuring the smoke of oak-wood fires, the brine of serious Pond oysters, and the delight of a well-earned meal. The Beetlebung Farm Cookbook is a transparent and crucial checklist of latest New England cuisine.