One of Oregon's best nonprofits is Salem Harvest, now the largest gleaning & harvesting organization in Oregon.
They still have a few copies left of their spiffy new cookbook, which presents 200 recipes in 110 pages of local favorites, with the recipes organized into sections by featured produce in seasonal order in which they ripen for harvest in the Mid-Valley, all from local farmers and cooks who know these foods best.
Strawberries and Cherries - 10 pages
Blueberries and Cane Berries - 14 pages
Peaches and Plumb - 10 pages
Cucumbers and Green Beans - 8 pages
Grapes and Watermelon - 6 pages
Onions, Peppers, and Garlic - 12 pages
Tomatoes and Summer Squash - 18 pages
Apples and Pears - 18 pages
Winter Squash and Pumpkins - 8 pages
The Salem Harvest Community Cookbook is like no other! Rather than being organized by type of dish, our cookbook is organized by what is ripe through the harvest season. So, rather than a chapter for bread, salad and dessert, there is a chapter for blueberries, pears, squash, and such through the season. We have gathered 200 recipes from amazing chefs, local growers, the Oregon extension service, community members, and dedicated volunteers.
Just think, you could get a great gift for all your loved ones AND support your favorite non-profit at the same time!
Each book is only $12.
To order, email your name, phone number how many books you would like to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Or pick one up at Willamette Valley Kitchen Co., Capitol Coffee, the Canby Christmas Bazaar or other local holiday bazaars.