The Town Dish: Blue Moon Acres: Bringing Organic, Sustainably Grown Produce (& Rice!) to New Jersey, Pennsylvania & Beyond
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I HEART NY Cookbook —Daniel Humm and Will Guidara
Daniel Humm and Will Guidara’s second cookbook, I HEART NY, was inspired by a question: “What is New York Cuisine?” The nearly 150 recipes, based on the region’s centuries-old farming traditions, provide the delicious answer. In researching these traditions, the pair toured scores of local farms, including Blue Moon Acres, where they discovered our baby leaf lettuces. “The harvested results,” they write, “resonate with a singular combination of personality and brawn that is matched by the farmers who nurtured the greens to life.”
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Eleven Madison Park —Daniel Humm, Will Guidara
Eleven Madison Park just may be the most beautiful cookbook ever assembled. Inspired by the progressive French restaurant bearing the same name, Daniel Humm and Will Guidara’s premier collaborative effort contains more than 160 recipes spanning four seasons, featuring dishes that resemble works of high art. And while much of the book is not for the novice—watermelon and lobster ceviche, suckling pig, poached Guinea Fowl with truffles—the visual appeal alone makes this the perfect compliment for every discerning foodie’s coffee table. Look closely and you’ll notice Blue Moon Acres’ micro-greens amid these sublime creations.
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Avec Eric —Eric Ripert
In writing his latest cookbook, Avec Eric: A Culinary Journey with Eric Ripert, celebrity- chef Eric Ripert envisioned himself as a “home cook who invited his friends for a simple meal.” The 100+ recipe tour-de-force begins at Le Bernadin, Ripert’s current haunt, then sets out for California, Tuscany, the Cayman Islands, and beyond. Blue Moon Acres’ pea leaves are featured in a pan-roasted red snapper dish with ginger-lemon-scallion broth. “They’re a sweet, neutral green,” says Ripert of the pea leaves, “with an interesting texture—half silky, half al dente—and the ability to take on whatever flavors you put with them.”
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