What We’re Reading

 A collection of books we find interesting and useful.

(Clicking on the book or the post title will take you to that books review/additional details page).

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What We’re Reading: Fruits and Plains. The Horticultural Transformation of America by Philip J. Pauly

Apples To Cider. How To Make Cider At Home

What We’re Reading: Apples To Cider. How To Make Cider At Home by April White with Stephen Wood of Farnum Hill Ciders

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Sneak Peek: September 2014: APPLES OF UNCOMMON CHARACTER by Rowan Jacobsen

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What We’re Reading: POMONA’S HARVEST BY H. Frederic Janson

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What We’re Reading: THE DRUNKEN BOTANIST by AMY STEWART

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What We’re Reading: SCOTT LABORATORIES 2013 -2014 CIDER HANDBOOK.

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First Look: WORLD’S BEST CIDERS: TASTE, TRADITION AND TERROIR. What We’re Reading.

What We’re Reading: APPLES OF NORTH AMERICA by TOM BURFORD

Taste Buds and Molecules

What We’re Reading: TASTE BUDS AND MOLECULES  by Francois Chartier

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What We’re Reading: CIDERLAND by James Crowden

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What We’re Reading:  APPLES by Roger Yepsen

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Earth Day Reading: VEGETABLE LITERACY by Deborah Madison & ROOTS by Diane Morgan. Pair with American Craft Cider

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On The Shelf: What We’re Reading: Fruitful Legacy: A Historic Context of Orchards in the United States by Susan A. Dolan

On The Shelf: What We’re Reading: for Presidents’ Day: Founding Gardeners by Andrea Wulf

On The Shelf: What We’re Reading: On Cider and Taste of Place

 Taste, Memory Forgotten Foods, Lost Flavors, and Why They Matter, by David Buchanan

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American Terroir Savoring the Flavors of Our Woods, Waters, and Fields, by Rowan Jacobsen

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Cider Making Using & Enjoying Sweet & Hard Cider, Annie Proulx & Lou Nichols

Cider, Hard and Sweet by Ben Watson

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The Art of Fermentation by Sandor Ellix Katz

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One thought on “What We’re Reading

  1. A.L. DuBois says:

    You should also be reading Apples of New York by A.L. DuBois.

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