Edible Flowers

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Anness Publishing, Mar 28, 2003 - Gardening - 160 pages
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Combining gardening and cookery, this book shows how to cultivate edible flower combinations and how to use the blossoms, blooms and petals in the kitchen. Choose from over 25 themed planting schemes to create a variety of sweet and savoury dishes and drinks, such as roasted peppers with sweet cicely, scrambled eggs with chive flowers, or rose-petal and strawberry punch. The illustrated flower directory provides at-a-glance information on over 40 edible flower varieties and their complementary foods. Keen gardeners and avid cooks should find a range of interesting ideas.

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About the author (2003)

Brown is renowned for her imaginative recipes that include plants & flowers; she is also an experienced gardener with extensive knowledge of plants & their many uses.

MICHELLE GARRETT is a highly acclaimed still-life photographer and stylist whose use of natural light and color is in constant demand.

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