Gooseberry Patch Announces Harvest 2012 Cookbook
All-new highly anticipated seasonal title 'The Harvest Table' available NOW!
By: Gooseberry Patch
Aug. 29, 2012 - PRLog -- (Columbus, Ohio)–August 28, 2012 – Just in time for cooler days and falling leaves, Gooseberry Patch
is pleased to announce their newest cookbook, perfect for the busy back-to-school days, fall festivities
with friends and even the big Thanksgiving feast. Part of their bestselling homestyle cookbook series,
The Harvest Table is now available in gift and bookstores nationwide.
"Each year, our harvest title is one of the highest-selling and most eagerly anticipated of the year,"
says Vickie Hutchins, co-founder of Gooseberry Patch, publisher of last year's seasonal bestseller
Quick & Easy Autumn. "Collectors snap these up in June and July, when most of us are still
"We gathered the recipes in The Harvest Table from everyday cooks to create a collection of recipes
to share during these busy back-to-school days, at fall festivities with friends and even at the big
Thanksgiving feast,” says Jo Ann Martin, co-founder of Gooseberry Patch. "What makes this book
special is that it includes recipes that are perfect no matter how short on time you might be. These
quick & easy dishes will come in handy and, when you have more time to spend in the kitchen, our
traditional recipes will help you make a meal to remember. Friends & family will love sampling Flap
Jack-o'-Lanterns, Indian Corn Stew, Sausage & Apple Kraut, Granny's Cornbread Dressing, Sneaky-
Good Sausages and Gingersnap Pumpkin Pie...better have the recipes on hand to share too!"
In addition to these crowd-sourced recipes, the Gooseberry Patch cookbooks are known for their
original artwork on each page, as well as helpful tips and inspiring ideas throughout. The Harvest
Table also includes heartwarming memories to put you in the mood for autumn.
Release Date: In stores now
http://www.gooseberrypatch.com and Amazon.com
Hardcover: 224 pages (209 b&w illustrations;
Publisher: Gooseberry Patch (May 16, 2011)
Enjoy this recipe for Indian Corn Stew from The Harvest Table shared with us by Susan Jacobs
from Vista, California:
Indian Corn Stew
Shared by Susan Jacobs from Vista, California
1 lb. bacon, cut into 1-inch pieces
1 onion, chopped
28-oz. can stewed tomatoes
29-oz. can tomato sauce
2 15-oz. cans cut green beans, drained
2 15-oz. cans corn, drained
pepper to taste
2 c. shredded Cheddar cheese
Garnish: crusty bread, butter
Optional: hot pepper sauce to taste
In a large saucepan over medium-high heat, cook bacon until crisp; drain most of drippings. Add
onion; reduce heat to medium and cook until tender. Add undrained tomatoes, tomato sauce, beans,
corn and pepper; heat through. To serve, ladle into 6 soup bowls and top with cheese. Serve with
crusty bread, butter and hot sauce, if desired. Serves 6.
For a sneak peek inside The Harvest Table, check out our exclusive book trailer debuting
September 5 on our YouTube channel:
About the Publisher
Back in 1984, Vickie Hutchins and Jo Ann Martin were next-door neighbors raising their families in
Delaware, Ohio. They were two moms with small children looking for a way to do what they loved and
stay home with the kids too. They shared a love of home cooking and making memories with family &
friends. After many a conversation over the backyard fence, Gooseberry Patch was born.
Today, Gooseberry Patch is best known for its homestyle family-friendly cookbooks and line of art
calendars. With more than 200 titles and nearly 9 million copies in print, plus a new collection of
eBooks, Gooseberry Patch has grown from a kitchen-table operation to a nationally recognized bestselling
publisher. Affordably priced from 99 cents to $16.95, the books are themed with today's timestrapped,
budget-conscious families in mind. Many recipes include personal stories from readers,
giving the cookbooks a warm community feel that has proven extremely popular among cookbook fans
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