Pulp: A Practical Guide to Cooking with Fruit

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Chronicle Books
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7.7 X 10.1 X 1.6 inches | 2.9 pounds

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About the Author
Abra Berens is a Michigan chef, author, and former farmer. Through every recipe written and meal served, she aims to tighten the connection between eaters and growers. She believes we can invest in a stronger, more equitable food system for everyone, from producers to grocers to consumers. She is the author of Ruffage: A Practical Guide to Vegetables, a 2020 Michigan Notable Book winner and James Beard Award nominee, and Grist: A Practical Guide to Cooking Grains, Beans, Seeds, and Legumes. Her dinners at Granor Farm in Three Oaks, Michigan, made her a James Beard semifinalist for Outstanding Chef: Great Lakes.

EE Berger is a Detroit-based photographer focused on food, lifestyle, product, and portrait work.

Lucy Engelman is an illustrator who puts pen to paper in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
"Locally focused but widely applicable, this will have home chefs heading to the farmers market or produce aisle with renewed confidence." -Publisher's Weekly
"Another winner from Berens, Pulp is a beautiful and necessary book for anybody who loves fruit and wants to not only find good recipes, but wants to really learn how to handle it and use it in the most efficient and delicious ways possible." - Vice
"Berens is a cookbook superstar, and her innovative way of creating books, and talking about and sharing food, is a pleasure to read." - Library Journal, starred review

"Organized by fruit type, Pulp is the ultimate culinary reference book that empowers home cooks to experiment and trust themselves in the kitchen." - The Cut

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