The Edible Salad Garden
Grow your favorite salad greens and vegetables--from a wide variety of lettuces to more unusual ingredients like chicory and edible pods--then prepare them using delicious and unique recipes. Creasy interviews Shepherd Ogden of the Cook's Garden Seed Company.
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