The Scented Kitchen: Cooking with Flowers

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Serif, 2007 - Cooking - 232 pages
Using flowers in the kitchen is quickly growing in popularity, and Frances Bissell's new book allows readers to move beyond scattering a few nasturtium petals on a salad to enjoy the scents and flavours of both wild and garden flowers such as lavender, elderflower, fennel and roses. Her recipes include the simple - and highly effective - flavouring of basic ingredients that allows the cook to transform their dishes.

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