Vol. 9: Plums by Martha Holmberg
Plums may be the stone-fruit family's underdog, but this edition places them squarely in the winner's circle. Martha Holmberg's dessert recipes build off of their sweet-tart intensity, while savory options are amplified by the fruit's rosy flesh.
4.5" x 7.5", 48 pages
About the author:
Martha Holmberg is a Portland, Oregon-based writer, editor, cook and undisciplined-but-avid home gardener. She began learning to cook at École de Cuisine La Varenne in Paris, where she lived for several years. She continued her education in life and food during a ten-year tenure as editor-in-chief of Fine Cooking magazine, followed by five years as food editor of The Oregonian newspaper, which earned significant awards under her guidance. Martha is the author of several cookbooks, including the James Beard- and IACP-nominated Modern Sauces. She’s usually juggling a multiplex of projects: books, articles, video cooking classes, writing classes or whatever seems fun and tastes good. Learn more about her at www.marthaholmberg.com
About Short Stack:
Short Stack is a series of small-format cookbooks about inspiring ingredients, authored by America’s top culinary talents. Each edition is a collectible, single-subject booklet packed with recipes that offer ingenious new ways to cook our favorite ingredients. They know firsthand how hard it is to make a living creating recipes and writing about food, so they've organized Short Stack into a new publishing model that puts the author first. The authors are paid for each copy of their book that is ever printed, guaranteeing that their hard work will pay off, again and again, as they sell more of their editions.