All about the West's Most Treasured Wild Berry
From Botany to Bears, Mountain Lore to Recipes
by 'Asta Bowen
illustrations by Karen Leigh Noice
Here it is, the final word on the most sought-after wild fruit in the mountain west, the tangy berry that makes its domestic cousin, the blueberry, seem like bland stuff.
This wildly popular book features 37 delectable recipes from cakes to champagne.
This book also examines Rocky Mountain huckleberry ecology and lore, including defining the types, picking and preserving, proper manners in a huckleberry patch (after all, huckleberries are one of the favorite foods of bears; all done with charming humor and sheer joy in finding, picking, and eating the huckleberry and enjoying its mountain domain.
96 pages, 6'' x 9'', softcover
ISBN 10: 0-93831-446-7