Cooking from the Garden: Best Recipes from Kitchen Gardener

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Ruth Lively
Taunton Press, 2010 - Cooking - 300 pages
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Rising food prices, the slow food movement, and the green movement have revived interest in finding delicious food close to home. The backyard vegetable garden is making a comeback even in urban areas. Why grow grass (that you have to mow) when you can pick the best tasting tomatoes right outside your door? Taunton's "Kitchen Gardener" magazine was ahead of its time in trying to raise the bar on food prepared with home-grown food.

The recipes collected in Cooking from the Garden are innovative and tasty, and most are relatively simple to prepare. Not only do they help home gardeners find ways to make use of abundance, they show how to do it with style and expertise. The recipes apply equally to good seasonal buys in the supermarket or farmer's market as to produce from a home garden.

 

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From your own backyard to your dining table a feast fit for a King awaits you. In today's economy, food prices have gone up at a drastic rate. To save costs, individuals are planting their own garden ... Read full review

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Review:I was lucky enough to get an advanced (before I buy) look at this book. I really enjoyed how each of the fresh ingredients used there was an explanation of what was unique about it. It helped ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Ruth Lively, a long-time garden writer, was trained at the LaVarenne culinary school in France. A former editor of "Fine Gardening," Lively was also one of the founding editors of "Fine Cooking" and "Kitchen Gardener."

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