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by Della Chen,Amy Pennington

ePub Urban Pantry: Tips  Recipes for a Thrifty, Sustainable  Seasonal Kitchen download
Author:
Della Chen,Amy Pennington
ISBN13:
978-1594853463
ISBN:
1594853460
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Publisher:
Skipstone Press (March 26, 2010)
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Cooking by Ingredient
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Rating:
4.2
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Amy Pennington's Urban Pantry: Tips and Recipes for a Thrifty, Sustainable and Seasonal Kitchenwas everything I hoped it would be and more.

Amy Pennington's Urban Pantry: Tips and Recipes for a Thrifty, Sustainable and Seasonal Kitchenwas everything I hoped it would be and more.

Avid chef and gardener Amy Pennington demystifies canning and pickling for the urban kitchen and provides tips for growing a practical food garden in even the smallest of spaces. Her more than sixty creative recipes blend both gourmet and classic flavors while keeping economy in mind.

Pennington, Amy, 1974-. List of recipes Stocking the pantry Kitchen economy Whole grains Beans & peas Cooking with eggs Nuts Milks & yogurt Small-batch preserving The pantry garden Acknowledgments. Publication, Distribution, et. Seattle, Wash. Download now Urban pantry : tips and recipes for a thrifty, sustainable & seasonal kitchen by Amy Pennington ; photography by Della Chen. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.

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A recent reader review from the comment section:
  • When I first saw the title I knew I had to have it. Urban Pantry, Thrifty, Sustainable, Seasonal? Amy's words spoke right to me.

    I am a new stay at home mom and we are on a real tight budget, $200.00 every other week for a family of five. I decided to base our grocery list this pay day off of her recipes mainly for two weeks. We spent 190.00 total at Costco for the basics, PCC for a few extras, and our family sized box from our CSA that we receive weekly. We've been eating like kings, and organic none the less! The recipes are so simple yet have that little extra something special. I just made the perfect roast chicken tonight and my husband asked me to marry him...again! Maybe that recipe should be renamed "love bird" or "proposal chicken", no kidding.

    I am looking forward to trying EVERY recipe and taking up canning for the first time, and next spring planting a back porch garden all with my new BFF. This book has been so inspirational. I also live in Seattle and my front porch view is dumpsters and a parking lot. I used to think I couldn't wait to have a real yard, but now I can see there's no reason to wait to plant a garden. I used to think my "two butt" kitchen wasn't big enough for canning but, now I can't wait for small batch preserving.

    Amy makes the most daunting tasks simple and savvy. Her words are inviting and friendly. Her tips and advice are smart and timely.

    I own MANY cook books and just this one speaks to my soul.

    I just subscribed to edibleSEATTLE because I heard she's a contributer because, I as well can't wait for her next book.

  • I have 155 cookbooks. No, I'm not some crazy fanatic who counts her cookbooks. I'm a crazy fanatic who keeps all of her cookbooks in her virtual library on Goodreads. I have seriously cut back on my cookbook buying, so when I do get a new cookbook, I expect a lot from it. Amy Pennington's Urban Pantry: Tips and Recipes for a Thrifty, Sustainable and Seasonal Kitchenwas everything I hoped it would be and more.

    Normally, I wait until I've made several recipes out of a book before I review it, but this was just so lovely, I had to share it now. First of all the pictures of her pantry with all the food in jars totally won me over immediately. Put some polenta, or beans, or grains in jars and line them up in your pantry, and I am in love. Then take those simple, lovely ingredients and turn them into simple, lovely meals, I am yours forever.

    She divides the book into chapters titled: Breakfast, Appetizers, Soups, Salads & Side Dishes, Main Courses, Garnishes Vinaigrettes & Sauces, Pantry Staples, Pickles & Preserves, and Desserts. Picking just one recipe from each chapter:

    *Hippie Hotcakes
    *Onion-Thyme Tart
    *Herbal Minestrone
    *White Bean & Preserved Lemon Salad
    *Over Easy Tomatoes with Polenta
    *Steeping Fruit
    *Homemade Bread Crumbs
    *Boozy Blood Orange Marmalade
    *Vanilla Quinoa Pudding

    And there is lots more! Really, I've marked practically the whole book to make. The vanilla quinoa pudding is next on my list. I was trying to decide last night, what I could quickly make, so that I would have at least tried one of the recipes. I settled on Quick Pickled Chiles, because I love all pickles and because I had just picked some peppers from my garden. These were quick, simple, and a nice spicy garnish for a simple fish dish.

  • This book is Great! The pantry information is very useful, great recipes, and the information on the herbs is very useful. This book is descriptive and is a great resource for growing your herbs and using them. This book is a keeper for me and I will be referring to it often. Great job!

  • I love cook books and planting herbs and stocking a pantry based on making food from scratch. This book is lively, well written and fun.

  • This book was pretty informative and has some great recipes. However, I found it a little limited and was hoping for a little more information on kitchen gardening, small batch canning, and seasonal eating. The information is solid if a little narrow in these categories. The narratives are great and it's a good starting place, but probably not for those who are past the starting place in sustainable living and eating. However, blood orange marmalade tasted great - even though my yield was significantly less than the recipe's indication. Also she relies on some more unusual ingredients which is not a bad thing in my opinion, I think is a good thing to know about the book.

  • A small book with an introduction to some very do-able recipes which people seem intimidated by. Bread basics, a little lesson (with recipes) on canning, a simple how-to- impress-the-inlaws pavlova recipe.

    The best part might be all her great ideas for creating good meals from mostly what you have tucked away in your pantry (that is, after she tells you how to stock said pantry). I live a long way from the nearest supermarket, and will go out of my way to avoid having to get in the car and drive almost 20 miles round trip to a small grocery (with big prices). Amy Pennington has saved the day for me in the few months I've been using her book.

    If there is anything I think she's left out, it's homemade yogurt. So easy, tasty and can be made from full-fat to skim- and flavored/sweetened per your tastes. Maybe we'll see that in her next book...?

  • Perfect. I originally wanted to get this for my sister, but I ended up getting this for myself. It's a really nice addition to my cookbook collection. It is useful and interesting and the recipes are neat. I wish it had more photographs though, like the cover. It would be neat to see different "urban kitchens:" how they're organized, stacked, are jars used more than orgional packaging, paint colors, etc. While it is a useful cookbook, hence the high and appropriate rating. It lacks a visual and everyday useful appeal, one that I anticipated and was excited for before purchasing.