A Celebration of Heirloom Vegetables: Growing and Cooking Old-time Varieties

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Artisan, 1998 - Cooking - 192 pages
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Descriptions of each variety offer gardening, shopping, and cooking tips, and seed-saving instructions. Sixty simple, healthful recipes--many of them heirlooms themselves--allow the vegetables' individual personalities to shine.

Heirloom gardening is a delight to the eye as well as a wonderful way to bring a bit of our grandparents' living legacy to our table today.

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Contents

LIVING ANTIQUES
6
Beets
35
Carrots
45
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About the author (1998)

Roger Yepsen is an artist, writer, gardener, and editor. He is author and illustrator of Apples and is currently at work on a book about berries. Most of the vegetables captured in Heirloom's watercolors are grown on his colonial-era Pennsylvania farm, where he lives with his wife and children.

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