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So Many Books, So Little Time

Fall in love with a great new book this September at Carlisle’s Home in the Harbor. Choose from a charming selection of new books in stock including “Like My Father Always Said” by Erin McHugh offering ‘Gruff Advice, Sweet Wisdom, and Half-Baked Instructions on How to Fix Your Stuff and Your Life’.   Also available is “Nothing is Worth more Than This Day” by Catherine and Ross Petras with hundreds of reminders from some of the smartest people who ever lived—from Dr. Seuss to Erma Bombeck, Thich Nhat Hanh to Lena Dunham—that happiness is everywhere and the glass is half-full. Many other titles available, please stop in and Gilly might even help you pick one out.  A perfect gift of inspiration for all ages.   FacebookTwitterPinterestemail

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Farmers Market Cookbook

Celebrate the seasons with fresh-from-the-farm recipes! Southern Living Farmers Market Cookbook is filled with a wide variety of dishes ranging from appetizers and beverages to entrées, breads, and desserts. This is more than just a cookbook, offering recipes-arranged according to season-that make the most of the bounty of fresh ingredients found at local markets, U-Picks, and farm stands. A complete chapter also walks you through the farmers market experience, and learn all the tips you need for selecting the best produce: including how to choose the freshest beans and peas, what to look for when buying onions and peppers, and how to pick melons that are at the peak of perfection. What to do with all of your fresh produce once you get it home?  You’ll also find out how to store and prepare fresh produce. Bring vibrant flavor to the dining table with Lime Raspberry Bites, Fresh Corn Cakes, Skillet Grits With Seasoned Vegetables, Black-eyed Pea Cakes, and Sweet Potato Galette.   PRICE:  29.95 FacebookTwitterPinterestemail

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1005 Bridge Street
Ashtabula, OH 44004
Phone: 440.964.8000

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