COOKBOOK by Tina Stevens
crisps cobblers cakes
sweet and simple recipes celebrating delicious fruits and berries from farms of the Massachusetts Pioneer Valley
I like to cook...but love to bake!
That’s because breads, cakes, pies, cookies, and crisps are perfect for sharing with family, friends, and neighbors. Gathering with people around food is always a pleasure. This project grew from my love of baking, making. designing, and creating.
Summer fruit desserts are my favorite, full of local ingredients that are sweet and full of sunshine! The recipes in this cookbook use basic ingredients from your kitchen and easy baking techniques. I enjoy visiting local farms, making my selections from fruits at their peak of ripeness, and coming home to bake a simple and delicious dessert.
I think you will too!
available at the following retailers:
Atlas Farm Store cookbooks and tea towels
Clarkdale Fruit Farms cookbooks
Park Hill Orchard cookbooks and tea towels
Quonquont Farm cookbooks
River Valley Co-ops cookbooks
Upinngil Farm Store cookbooks
available to purchase online:
COOKBOOK: crisps cobblers cakes [buy now]
6" x 11" 34 recipes 44 pages $17.00 + tax
TEA TOWELS: fruits and berries [buy now]
100% cotton 19.5" x 27.5" prewashed $16.00 + tax
COOKBOOK and TEA TOWEL: gift set [buy now]
Makes a great gift for family and friends! $31.00 + tax
I hope this cookbook inspires you to explore the wonderful, healthy food grown right here in the Pioneer Valley. You can enjoy seasonal cooking and baking with such satisfying results.
Farmers and farm land are integral to the future of the Massachusetts Pioneer Valley.
We are fortunate to have farmers committed to caring for the land and growing healthy food for our community. Their resilience, strength, and knowledge are essential to our food system. Local farms give us access to farm shares, farm stands, farmers markets, stores, and pick-your-own offerings that provide us with a variety of fresh fruits, vegetables, grains, dairy, eggs, meat and poultry.
Individuals, restaurants, and businesses continue to show commitment to our farms and their products through the purchase of fresh local food. By strengthening farm and food producer businesses we are all creating a region that supports small farms and local agriculture, setting the example for a food stable community.