The Chef's Garden

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Soma Books, 1999 - Cooking - 144 pages
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Terence Conran combines his passion for fresh produce with his flair for design to create productive and beautiful kitchen gardens in the smallest of spaces. Practical ideas for growing produce in small backyards and on terraces, balconies, roof gardens, and even window ledges. One hundred of the very best fruits, vegetables, herbs, and edible flowers for growing in containers and small spaces. Eighteen recipes specially devised to showcase the flavor of fresh ingredients.

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User Review  - E.J - LibraryThing

I should clarify this was a good book - lots of detail, just not exactly what I was looking for, so I probably should have made it 3 stars. Read full review


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He founded the Habitat chain of stores in England. Starting in 1977, his U.S.-based Conran's stores helped launch the home furnishings retail boom. He is the author of thirteen books and was knighted in 1983 for his service to British industry and design. He lives in London, England.

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