Summer is full of fresh, green produce, lots of juicy tomatoes, and baskets of sweet peppers. But winter is also full of good food: thick soups, hearty breads, and fragrant apples. This book takes you on a mouthwatering journey through the cold months, where you'll find that there's more good stuff to cook than you thought! Along with these simple and delicious recipes, you'll find a collection of essays about the joys and hardships of the farm in the off-season, the spirituality of cooking, and the ways in which good food can bring us closer to each other and to the land. Accompanying the text are photos of Land's Sake Farm, in Weston, MA , the bounty of which inspired many of these recipes!