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Miracle Brew

Miracle Brew

By Pete Brown

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The Permaculture Book of DIY

The Permaculture Book of DIY

By John Adams

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Black Trumpet

Black Trumpet

By Evan Mallett

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An Unlikely Vineyard

An Unlikely Vineyard

By Deirdre Heekin

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The New Wildcrafted Cuisine

The New Wildcrafted Cuisine

By Pascal Baudar

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The Book of Pears

The Book of Pears

By Joan Morgan

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The New Cider Maker's Handbook

The New Cider Maker's Handbook

By Claude Jolicoeur

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Taste, Memory

Taste, Memory

By David Buchanan

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  • Claude Jolicoeur

    Jolicoeur, Claude

    A mechanical engineer by profession, Claude Jolicoeur first developed his passion for apples and cider after acquiring a piece of land on which there were four rows of old abandoned apple trees. He started making cider in 1988 using a “no-compromise” approach, stubbornly searching for the highest possible quality.   (more)

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Jeffrey Roberts at The Concord Cheese Shop

Author: Jeffrey Roberts
Location:  The Concord Cheese Shop, 29 Walden St,, Concord
Date:  October 25th 2017
Meet Jeffrey Roberts, author of both the Atlas of American Artisan Cheese and the newly released Salted & Cured, the history of charcuterie in America! Our time with Jeffrey will be divided into two segments: 3:30 – 5:30P: Chat with Jeff, purchase a signed copy of his books if you like, and enjoy some cheese & charcuterie nibbles paired with exquisite Spanish Cider, courtesy of Ciders of Spain. No reservation required – just stop on by! 6:30 – 8PM: A more formal and intimate presentation given by Jeffrey & The Cheese Shop of Concordfs Peter Lovis featuring a series of a half dozen cheese, charcuterie and Spanish cider pairings – hosted by The Cheese Shop & Ciders of Spain. Space is very limited - just 16 attendees. To reserve a spot please visit www.jeffreyroberts.eventbrite.com – a $20 reservation fee is required, which will be given back to you as a store credit to spend that evening on any of the featured items.

Recipe: Lost Nation Cider Pie
It's Fall and time for apples Walking through orchards picking apples finding wild apple trees and best of all eating apples We've had the privilege of publishing many books with apple recipes and here we offer up the perennial favorite Lost Nation Cider Pie from Michael Phillips The Apple Grower A Guide for the Organic Orchardist This is a simple unassuming recipe but one that evokes the bucolic orchard in Northern New Hampshire for which it is named Serve with a slice of cheddar cheese on top or a heaping scoop of vanilla ice cream RECIPE Lost Nation Cider PieMAKE AHEAD The recipe calls for making cider jelly which is done... Read More

Is Cider the New Craft Beer?
Autumn is arriving And with it comes an abundance of everyone s favorite fall crop apples An increasingly popular and mouth watering approach to handling the overflow of orchard fresh apples is to make a batch or five of hard cider Claude Jolicoeur s The New Cider Maker s Handbook is the orchard to bottle book that amateur cider makers have been waiting to read Jolicoeur guides cider makers through every step of the cider making process and provides in depth direction for the more experienced craftsperson The book is really the book I wish I had had when I started to gain interest in cider making and wanted to know more writes Jolicoeur in the book s... Read More

A Thanksgiving Hit: Apple Pie with Cider Jelly
The Thanksgiving season means a barrage of holiday recipes that overflow your inbox and social media feeds Some of these are new and innovative meant to impress guests and sure to fade away from the culinary canon However there s a reason that certain other recipes stand the test of time they just work We ve had the privilege of publishing many such recipes and for this post we return to our roots with a Lost Nation Cider Pie from Michael Phillips The Apple Grower A Guide for the Organic Orchardist It s a simple unassuming recipe but one that evokes the bucolic orchard in Northern New Hampshire for which it is named Serve with a slice of cheddar cheese on top or a heaping scoop of... Read More

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...uires and edits books in the fields of organic gardening, regenerative agriculture, food culture and traditions, environment, and natural science. He is the author of several books himself, including Cider, Hard and Sweet, and has worked with both Seed Savers Exchange and the Slow Food movement to preserve biodiversity. In recent years he has judged cider competitions around the world, from northern...