The Victory Garden Cookbook

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Knopf, 1982 - Cooking - 374 pages
There's never been a cookbook like it. An incomparable variety of enticing recipes (more than eight hundred) . . . Basic gardening information . . . Shopping tips for nongardeners . . . Cooking inspirations for whatever you've plucked from the garden today or found fresh in the market . . . Vegetables as accompaniments . . . Vegetables as main courses (including recipes that use meat, fish, and poultry) . . . Vegetable soups, appetizers, salads, relishes . . . Even vegetable breads, pies, cakes, cookies . . . And more, as demonstrated over the years on The Victory Garden public television series.

A whole world of vegetable delight.

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This was my husband's favorite cookbook. It has the very best zucchini bread recipe I've ever used (and the only one I use now). It's "Lynn's Spicy Zucchini Bread" on page 281, and now that I'm ... Read full review

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after all the years this is still my favorite "go to" book whenever i'm cooking veggies.....i've never been Kathe's potato salad and the best part of this book is the additional suggestions for changing each recipe...thanks marian
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About the author (1982)

Marian Morash was “Chef Marian” for twenty-five years on television's longest-running weekly garden series, The Victory Garden, on PBS. She has been named to the Food & Wine magazine Honor Roll of American Chefs, received Organic Gardening magazine's Food Comes First Award, and was named by Cook's Magazine to the first Who's Who of Cooking in America.

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