Grow 15 Herbs for the Kitchen
No kitchen should be without these fifteen beautiful, versatile, aromatic, and savory wonders of the culinary world. These herbs form the backbone of the quintessential kitchen garden and are the flavorful basis for many a delectable dish. If you're looking for simple ways to spice up your cooking, these herbs are your answer.
Of course, the best way to get to know herbs--and to guarantee yourself of their fine quality--is to grow them yourself. Whether you own acres in the country or a studio apartment in the city, you can cultivate, harvest, preserve, and use these herbs with minimal effort--and Grow 15 Herbs for the Kitchen will show you how!
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Grow 15 Herbs for the Kitchen: Storey's Country Wisdom Bulletin A-61
Sheryl L. Felty
Limited preview - 1983
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