The Fresh Honey Cookbook ImageThe Fresh Honey Cookbook
"A poetic, pleasurable and very personal look into the beautiful world of bees, honey and hives. Laurey's passion, intelligence and culinary creativity make this a must read for anyone who wants to learn about the remarkable ways of the world in which bees work, and the amazing flavors of the varietal honeys they gift us with."

— Ari Weinzweig, Co-founding partner, Zingerman’s, and author of Zingerman's Guide to Good Eating

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Blueberry Hill Cookbook ImageBlueberry Hill
The Blueberry Hill Cookbook, published on July 6, 1959 was the first of three cookbooks written by Elsie Masterton who, with her husband John, founded Blueberry Hill Farm in Goshen, Vermont. Originally conceived as a downhill ski area but foiled by the lack of snow, the farm became a country Inn, and Elsie became a well-known cook and cookbook author.

Here are the favorites of Elsie and John's Blueberry Hill Farm, with quips and thoughts from Elsie.  Delicious, classic, memorable. This is the original Blueberry Hill Cookbook, with a preface by the youngest daughter, Laurey Masterton.

Elsie's Biscuits
Simple Stories of Me, My Mother, and Food

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