New Maine Cooking | Jean Ann Pollard


It’s back! Ahead of its time when it first appeared, The New Maine Cooking became wildly popular, and today it remains right on target as more and more people turn to locally grown healthy food. With 280 recipes offering tasty and nutritious excitement for vegetarians, it also presents a down-Maine lobster (the way Grandma used to cook it) and even a Dinosaur for Dinner! As the Kennebec Journal put it in 1987, “Exceptional nutritional information is provided with ease, as Pollard’s writing is as easy to digest as her recipes.”

Written by Jean Ann Pollard
Format: Softcover Cook Book
Length: 288 pages
Publication Date: 1987
ISBN: 9781936447640

Located at the Center for Maine Craft in West Gardiner.

10 in stock

Jean Ann Pollard was born in Waterville, Maine and grew up in Winslow, Maine.  She graduated as an Art major from Boston University and later studied biology and geology at Colby College in Waterville.  She has lived and worked in North Africa, California, and the Bahamas. In addition to her six published books, her art work has been widely exhibited, she has illustrated numerous books, articles, and stories, and her award-winning short stories, poetry, and non-fiction have appeared in many literary journals, anthologies, magazines, and newspapers.  She and her husband ran an organically certified CSA for ten years in Winslow. Community-supported agriculture (CSA) is a food production and distribution system that directly connects farmers and consumers. Consumers buy “shares” in a farm’s harvest in advance.

Shipping Measurements

Weight 0.5 lbs
Dimensions 12 × 10 × .5 in