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Stonewall Kitchen Cookbook Hardcover – Mar 22 2001


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In less than a decade, Jonathan King and Jim Stott's Stonewall Kitchen has grown from selling homemade preserves at their local farmers' market in Maine on the weekends to a booming business with multiple stores and space on the shelves of gourmet markets all across the country. Their secret is simple: their jams, sauces, and condiments are fresh, innovative, and often unusual. In the open kitchens in their stores, Jonathan and Jim use their sophisticated flavors to enhance old favorites and create new ones.

What makes The Stonewall Kitchen Cookbook so appealing is that the recipes are familiar but made more exciting by the addition of Stonewall Kitchen's creations. While almost all of them can be easily made without hunting down their products, some are sure to have you surfing the Web if your local market doesn't carry them. You can certainly use any jam for French Toast with Cream Cheese and Jam Filling, and Corn-Crab Chowder is just as hearty and comforting without their Corn Relish. Some recipes like Angel Hair with Walnut Pesto and Raspberry Cosmopolitans don't even call for any Stonewall products. But Coconut Peach Sorbet will have you searching for Ginger Peach Tea Jam, Pan-Seared Scallops with Roasted Sweet Potatoes will send you running for Pineapple Mint Jam, and Shrimp and Chicken Satay with Two Dipping Sauces finally gives us all another use for Maple Chipotle Grill Sauce (it's so delicious--when you don't feel like firing up the grill, just dip bread in it). Jonathan and Jim were motivated to write this book by the myriad customers who asked, "What can I do with it?" What they've ended up creating is much more than that. Their recipes are simple, fresh, and sure to please, the photographs are stunning, and there can't be a better hostess gift than this pretty book bundled with a couple of jars of Stonewall Kitchen's finest. --Leora Y. Bloom

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Jonathan King and Jim Stott founded Stonewall Kitchen in 1991 in York, Maine. Today their line of specialty foods can be found in gourmet shops and gift stores across the country. Besides receiving national acclaim, these products have also garnered prestigious awards by the NASFT (National Association Specialty Foods Show). The Stonewall Kitchen Cookbook is their first cookbook.

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An oldie but a goodie Nov. 19 2013
By Deborah L. Pelton - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
This is the original Stonewall Kitchen Cookbook and one that I had borrowed from a friend. There are several things in there that my husband and I just love like the fig glazed spareribs-YUM! Definitely worth the price of admission.
An okay cookbook for using Stonewall Kitchen products. July 11 2015
By WILLIAM J. OREILLY - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
This book comes up short overall. It was really written to showcase the Stonewall Kitchen products. Their Stonewall Kitchen Harvest cookbook is far better. Stonewall Kitchen makes some very good products so I see their point in publishing this book.


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