Blueberry Love: 46 Sweet and Savory Recipes for Pies, Jams, Smoothies, Sauces, and More (Paperback)
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Prized for their taste and nutrition, blueberries are a favorite for eating by the handful and as an ingredient in cooking and baking. Blueberry Love celebrates this sweet-tart summer fruit with 46 recipes for enjoying blueberries, fresh or frozen. From breakfast treats (Blueberry Bread Pudding and Blueberry Granola) to salads (Blueberry, Watermelon, Feta, and Mint), from main courses (Skirt Steak with Blueberry Port Sauce) to desserts (Whoopie Pies with Blueberry Cream Filling), this book is brimming with classic and creative ways to put blueberries to use. It also includes tips for picking, freezing, and making staples like jam and pie.
About the Author
Cynthia Graubart is a James Beard Award–winning cookbook author, a cooking teacher, and a culinary television producer whose previous books include Sunday Suppers and Mastering the Art of Southern Cooking. A champion of family mealtime, she shares her passion for her home state and its bountiful produce and products across many platforms. Her heart is divided, though, as she spends her summers on the coast in Downeast Maine. Graubart is a frequent guest on Hallmark Channel’s Home and Family Show and can be found online at cynthiagraubart.com.
“It was the Make Ahead Blueberry Pecan French Toast that first grabbed my attention, but Cynthia Graubart's new Blueberry Love book, delivers deliciousness in every one of the nearly 50 recipes. It's a love letter to that little purple berry, and recipes range from Buttermilk Blueberry Soup to quick breads, waffles, and pancakes. But don't think Graubart stops with the sweet touches: Check out the Blueberry Red Onion Salsa and dig into the Warm Chicken and Blueberry Salad. Blueberry season can't get here soon enough now that I have this book in the kitchen.” — Cathy Barrows, author of Pie Squared and When Pies Fly
“As a Mainer who looks forward to the summer blueberry season every year, this sweet new book will be a real go-to for inspiration. From pancakes and scones, to pies and drinks, Cynthia Graubart wrote a love letter to the blueberry.” — Kathy Gunst, Resident Chef of NPR’s Here and Now, and author of Rage Baking—The Transformative Power of Flour, Fury, and Women’s Voices