Stacy Lyn’s Harvest Cookbook

Last Updated March 02, 2017
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 Stacy Lyn Harvest Cookbook

More than a collection of recipes, Harvest is a call for sustainability – growing, foraging, hunting, cooking, and preserving your own food.

As Stacy Lyn says in her introduction, “In my opinion, education about life, science, math, history, design, and art begin in the garden, kitchen, and the family table. The natural curiosity from watching vegetables grow from a seed rallies all kinds of conversational and learning moments.” Her whole family gets in on the work of eating – kids and grandparents learn from each other, and the result, she says, is “a celebration of everything fresh and simple.”

Buy Stacy Lyn’s Harvest Cookbook at Barnes & Noble or Amazon.

Kudzu Jelly

Kudzu Jelly
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Fig Bread

Fig Bread
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Squirrel Pot Pie

Squirrel Pot Pie
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