Potatoes in 60 Ways: Great Recipe Ideas with a Classic by Marshall Cavendish Cuisine

By Marshall Cavendish Cuisine

That includes a big variety of tasty recipes, Potatoes in 60 methods introduces readers to the flexible potato, from child potatoes to the crimson and crimson forms. For starters, serve a gentle Belgian Potato Salad dressed with French dressing, or try out Gado Gado, an Indonesian salad that includes crunchy greens and potatoes with a peanut sauce. Then whip up Indian Mee Goreng, a major dish of fried noodles with potato cubes, or a crusty Golden Fish Pie, a baked dish of fish fillets crowned with creamy mashed potatoes

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3. The Patch Farm barn. The stairs at left lead to the bunkhouse. The pickup truck is backed up to the entrance to the milking parlor, preparing to transport milk cans to the cheese house on Major Farm. Photo by author. In the milking parlor I found Lucy, the Majors’ summer intern and a recent Smith College graduate, with whom I was to share the adjacent spare but comfortably furnished two-bedroom bunkhouse. I followed Lucy to the pasture behind the barn to collect the sheep for milking. The herding border collies, Chet and Casey, were with us, ready to do their job.

But while heightened interest in sophisticated European cheeses may have helped open a market for domestic varieties, it also raised the bar. Another retailer suggested to me that increased sophistication might have made consumers “more suspicious” of American cheeses, not more curious about them. The American artisanal cheese industry has taken off amid increasing pressure to be good in another way—to produce high-quality cheese consistently. Reinforced by the growth of farmers’ markets and food-themed television programming, consumers are expressing an interest in learning about where their food comes from and how it is produced.

61 As food producers reconfigure their personal values, they are also brokering changes in the land and landscape. One Vermont dairying family I met transitioned to organic production as an economic strategy but then came to believe in an organic ethic of care for their cows, whose veterinary bills declined after being fed pasture grasses. 62 Rural in-migrants may pride themselves on keeping land in agricultural use and buying hay or milk from their neighbors at fair prices, but when they invest urban-earned money in rural communities they may also contribute to rising rural property taxes and the displacement of long-term residents.

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