Let The Old Farmer’s Almanac Guide You Through a Year of Great Recipes for All Seasons, in Field to Fork: A Collection of Classic Recipes

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SOUTH PORTLAND, Maine—Farmers and gardeners have valued The Old Farmer’s Almanac for its advice on growing, preserving, and preparing food since its founding in 1792. In the new book, Field to Fork: A Collection of Classic Recipes (ISBN: 978‐1‐4162‐4664‐0; $19.95), the Almanac’s editors have compiled over 120 of their best recipes that use fresh produce at its peak of flavor to create tried‐and‐true Almanac favorites.

“Freshness continues to be important to us all, and in these pages, you’ll find some of our best recipes for bringing great taste and good health to the home table,” says Almanac Food Editor, Sarah Perreault. “These recipes vary by the seasonal nature of the garden produce at hand. Spring Recipes feature delightful spring edibles that are popping up and encouraging our efforts, such as crunchy radishes, tender lettuce leaves, bright green peas, and snappy asparagus. Summer Recipes take advantage of the abundance of fresh fruit and vegetables ready for harvest during these months, while Fall Recipes feature late‐summer vegetables and cool‐weather crops like pumpkins and apples. Winter Recipes run the gamut from simple comfort food to elaborate dishes for entertaining and rely on all that you have preserved from the growing season.”

Features of the book include:

  • Delicious recipes—from breakfasts to desserts and all the meals in between—using
    sustainable, seasonal produce
  • Helpful hints and proven tips culled from more than 225 years of Old Farmer’s Almanac
  • Fascinating facts and folklore from The Old Farmer’s Almanac archives
  • More than 75 full‐color photographs and line illustrations

Field to Fork: A Collection of Classic Recipes is a 7″ x 9″, 192‐page, softcover book that will be published in September, 2018, and will retail for $19.95. It will be available in bookstores and specialty shops nationwide and through Sellers Publishing’s Web site, sellerspublishing.com.

The Old Farmer’s Almanac originates from Yankee Publishing, Inc. publishers of Yankee Magazine in Dublin, New Hampshire. The Almanac’s editors also produce the Garden Guide, digital monthly magazine EXTRA!, The Old Farmer’s Almanac for Kids, calendars, and cookbooks such as Readers’ Best Recipes and the Stories Behind Them. Daily Almanac wit and wisdom is available through Almanac.com, Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, and the Amazon Echo and Google Home voice assistants.

Sellers Publishing, Inc. is an award‐winning publisher of books, calendars, greeting cards and journals. The company was cited for four consecutive years by Publishers Weekly for being among the fastest growing independent publishers in the country. It is located in South Portland, Maine and can be contacted at 800‐625‐3386 or by visiting their Web site at www.sellerspublishing.com.

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