Cookbook Review: Dishing Up Oregon

Are you a fan of regional cuisine? Do you want to learn more about how to plan and prepare meals for your family that focus on using seasonal, locally-available ingredients? If so – and if you live in or around the Pacific Northwest (or just enjoy the cuisine of the area), then Dishing Up Oregon is a must-read cookbook for you!

About Dishing Up Oregon

Dishing Up Oregon: 145 Recipes that Celebrate Farm-to-Table Favorites is a terrific collection of recipes specific to this part of the Pacific Northwest put together by freelance food writer Ashley Gartland. The information provided in the book reflects the diverse cuisine and flavors that the state of Oregon is recognized for.

When you read this book, and apply what you learn, you’ll be able to recreate some of the dishes that leaders in the culinary industry throughout the state are recognized for. That’s because many of the state’s most renowned chefs and other culinary destinations – including wineries and breweries – are highlighted within its pages.

A few of the recipes you’ll learn how to make when you read this book include:

  • Boysenberry Viniagrette
  • Brandied Cherries
  • Hazelnut-Cherry Nibby Cookies
  • Homemade Ricotta
  • Oregon Albacore Tuna Melts
  • Sweet Cider-Onion Marmalade
  • Many additional dishes


Enjoy Learning About (and Eating) Oregon’s Cuisine

Dishing Up Oregon is more than just a recipe book. It also provides information about the culinary scene in the state, providing information about some of the best places to dine and source local foods throughout Oregon. The book features pictures of many of the recipes instructions are provided for as well as key locations, including farms, restaurants and other locations mentioned in the book.

One Title in the Dishing Up Series

This book is actually part of a series of Dishing Up books published by Storey Publishing. Titles are also available for Maine, Maryland and Vermont. Special thanks to the publisher for providing me with a review copy of Dishing Up Oregon .

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