Grow Cook Eat

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ISBN: 9781570617959
Release Date: 2012-02-07
Number of pages: 304
Author: Willi Galloway
Publisher: Sasquatch Books

Download and read online Grow Cook Eat in PDF and EPUB From sinking a seed into the soil through to sitting down to enjoy a meal made with vegetables and fruits harvested right outside your back door, this gorgeous kitchen gardening book is filled with practical, useful information for both novices and seasoned gardeners alike. Grow Cook Eatwill inspire people who already buy fresh, seasonal, local, organic food to grow the food they love to eat. For those who already have experience getting their hands dirty in the garden, this handbook will help them refine their gardening skills and cultivate gourmet quality food. The book also fills in the blanks that exist between growing food in the garden and using it in the kitchen with guides to 50 of the best-loved, tastiest vegetables, herbs, and small fruits. The guides give readers easy-to-follow planting and growing information, specific instructions for harvesting all the edible parts of the plant, advice on storing food in a way that maximizes flavor, basic preparation techniques, and recipes. The recipes at the end of each guide help readers explore the foods they grow and demonstrate how to use unusual foods, like radish greens, garlic scapes, and green coriander seeds.


Grow Cook Eat

Filename: grow-cook-eat.pdf
ISBN: 9781570617317
Release Date: 2012-01
Number of pages: 293
Author: Willi Galloway
Publisher: Sasquatch Books

Download and read online Grow Cook Eat in PDF and EPUB Presents a guide to growing and harvesting a variety of vegetables and herbs, with advice on storage and preparation techiques and recipes for vegetable dishes.


The Food Lover s Garden

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ISBN: 9781771422314
Release Date: 2017-04-03
Number of pages: 224
Author: Jenni Blackmore
Publisher: New Society Publishers

Download and read online The Food Lover s Garden in PDF and EPUB Grow it, cook it, eat it! From the vegetable patch to the dinner table Put off by the origin-unknown, not-so-fresh, pesticide-laden offerings at the grocery store? Hungry for delicious high-quality veg and fragrant herbs, and looking to have some control over where your food comes from but never planted a seed in your life? Foodie meets gardener in this deliciously accessible, easy-to-use guide to growing, cooking, and preserving twenty-some popular, easy-to-grow vegetables and herbs. Taking the budding gardener from planting, growing and harvesting, to preparation of delicious, nutritious, and affordable meals, this book is a celebration of food in all its stages. The Food Lover’s Garden guides the reader through: • Getting started with easy step-by-step growing instructions from balcony to backyard • Simple, tasty recipes incorporating each vegetable and herb • Meal combinations of two or more of the featured dishes • Selecting essential kitchen tools and gadgets to maximize the harvest • Canning and pickling recipes to preserve the rest Beautifully illustrated with author’s water colour sketches and photographs from her garden, this book is perfect for the foodie and budding gardener—from the humble potato, to pungent garlic, to the beauty of the beet, classic staples take a delicious turn with novel, innovative recipes. Truly food for all seasons and palates. Foodies, new gardeners, urban homesteaders, and supporters of sustainable living—take back your right to high-quality food with The Food Lover’s Garden. Jenni Blackmore is a writer, painter, micro-farmer, and certified Permaculture Design Consultant. Her most recent book Permaculture for the Rest of Us follows her journey from industrial Manchester to Quackadoodle Farm, a sustainable homestead in Nova Scotia.


The Beautiful Edible Garden

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ISBN: 9781607742340
Release Date: 2013-02-26
Number of pages: 220
Author: Leslie Bennett
Publisher: Ten Speed Press

Download and read online The Beautiful Edible Garden in PDF and EPUB Learn how to artfully incorporate organic vegetables, fruits, and herbs into an attractive garden design with this stylish, beautifully photographed guide. We’ve all seen the vegetable garden overflowing with corn, tomatoes, and zucchini that looks good for a short time, but then quickly turns straggly and unattractive (usually right before friends show up for a backyard barbecue). If you want to grow food but you don’t want your yard to look like a farm, what can you do? The Beautiful Edible Garden shares how to not only grow organic fruits and vegetables, but also make your garden a place of year-round beauty that is appealing, enjoyable, and fits your personal style. Written by a landscape design team that specializes in artfully blending edibles and ornamentals together, The Beautiful Edible Garden shows that it’s possible for gardeners of all levels to reap the best of both worlds. Featuring a fresh approach to garden design, glorious photographs, and ideas for a range of spaces—from large yards to tiny patios—this guide is perfect for anyone who wants a gorgeous and productive garden.


Rodale s Basic Organic Gardening

Filename: rodale-s-basic-organic-gardening.pdf
ISBN: 9781609619855
Release Date: 2014-03-11
Number of pages: 336
Author: Deborah L. Martin
Publisher: Rodale

Download and read online Rodale s Basic Organic Gardening in PDF and EPUB When the inspiration hits to start an organic garden, many novices could benefit from a guidebook that speaks directly to their enthusiasm, their goals, and, of course, their need for solid information that speaks a newbie's language--from the most trusted source for organic gardening methods. In Rodale's Basic Organic Gardening, general garden-building skills (from "Do I need to dig?" to "Where do I dig?") and specific techniques (from "How do I plant a seed?" to "How much should I water?") are presented in growing-season order--from garden planning and planting to growing and harvesting. Many other need-to-know topics like soil, compost, seeds, pest control, and weeds are explained in simple language to ensure success, even on a small scale, on the first try. More than 100 common garden terms are defined, and Smart Starts sidebars offer doable projects to build confidence and enthusiasm for expanding a garden when a gardener is ready. A flower, vegetable, and herb finder highlights easy care plants with good track records. Plus, there are no-dig garden methods, simple garden layouts, and tips and hints inspired by the most popular pageviews on OrganicGardening.com. With a "no question is unwelcome" approach, a troubleshooting section lessens frustrations and encourages experimentation. Rodale's Basic Organic Gardening is everything a beginning gardener (or one who's new to gardening organically) needs to get growing and keep a garden going strong all season.


Gardening by Cuisine

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ISBN: 1402796420
Release Date: 2013
Number of pages: 256
Author: Patti Moreno
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company Incorporated

Download and read online Gardening by Cuisine in PDF and EPUB Explains how to set up raised bed and container gardens to plant and grow vegetables and herbs in small spaces, and features year-round recipes that incorporate fresh-from-the-garden crops.


Small Space Vegetable Gardens

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ISBN: 9781604697414
Release Date: 2016-02-04
Number of pages: 214
Author: Andrea Bellamy
Publisher: Timber Press

Download and read online Small Space Vegetable Gardens in PDF and EPUB “If I could recommend one book for small-space vegetable gardening, this would be it. Andrea Bellamy nailed it!” —Joe Lamp’l, Growing a Greener World Small-Space Vegetable Gardens explains the basics of growing a bounty of edibles in a minimal amount of space. Andrea Bellamy, author of the award-winning blog Heavy Petal, shares all the knowledge she’s gained from years of gardening small: how to find and assess a space, and how to plan and build a garden. Bellamy also highlights the top sixty edible plants and offers complete information on how to sow, grow, and harvest them. This hardworking and enthusiastic guide teaches gardeners how to take advantage of the space they have—whether it’s a balcony, a patio, a plot in a community garden, or even a small yard—to create the food garden of their dreams.


The Encyclopedia of Country Living 40th Anniversary Edition

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ISBN: 9781570618413
Release Date: 2012-12-18
Number of pages: 928
Author: Carla Emery
Publisher: Sasquatch Books

Download and read online The Encyclopedia of Country Living 40th Anniversary Edition in PDF and EPUB From craft culture to survivalists, preppers, homesteaders, urban farmers, and everyone in between there is a want to reinvigorate a simpler way of life—a healthier, greener, more self-sustaining way of life—that offers a more holistic approach to modern life. The knowledge you need to survive and thrive off the grid is at your fingertips in The Encyclopedia of Country Living, the best-selling resource for the homesteading movement. With its origins in the back-to-the-land effort of the late 1960s, Carla Emery’s landmark book has grown into a comprehensive guide to building your sustainable country escape haven, while lowering your carbon footprint in the process. The 40th anniversary edition offers up-to-date and detailed information on the fundamentals of topics like homegrown food; raising chickens, goats, and pigs; beekeeping; food preservation; mail-order supply sourcing; foraging; and much, much more (even how to deliver a baby)—everything you need to lead a self-sufficient lifestyle in the 21st century. Basic, thorough, and reliable, this book deserves a place in urban and rural homes alike. Table of Contents 1 Oddments 2 Introduction to Plants 3 Grasses, Grains & Canes 4 Garden Vegetables 5 Herbs & Flavorings 6 Tree, Vine, Bush & Bramble 7 Food Preservation 8 Introduction to Animals 9 Poultry 10 Goats, Cows & Home Dairying 11 Bee, Rabbit, Sheep & Pig 12 Appendix


Gatherings

Filename: gatherings.pdf
ISBN: 9781784722241
Release Date: 2017-01-26
Number of pages: 288
Author: Flora Shedden
Publisher: Mitchell Beazley

Download and read online Gatherings in PDF and EPUB A gathering is an easy way of cooking and hosting. It means no pressure, no code of conduct, and everyone - cook included - can actually enjoy themselves. This collection is a mixture of modern dishes, staple snacks, salads and sides, interesting bakes, and puddings perfect to end a feast with. Nothing overly fussy or complicated, just tasty, pretty plates of food. Choose from the chapters led by occasion or pick and choose from dishes such as Sloe Gin Braised Venison, Cocoa Nib Brownies and Redcurrant Pavlovas to put on a spread. There are menu ideas to show you how. CONTENTS Mornings Quick & Slow | Menu idea: Autumnal brunch Small Plates | Menu idea: Spring lunch Food to Fling Together | Menu idea: Riverside picnic Food to Take your Time About | Menu idea: Wandering weekends Everything Baked | Menu idea: Summer garden party Drinks & Other Things to Celebrate with | Menu idea: Winter party Sweet Plates & Puds | Menu idea: Presents


Tender

Filename: tender.pdf
ISBN: 9781607740407
Release Date: 2011-07-27
Number of pages: 624
Author: Nigel Slater
Publisher: Ten Speed Press

Download and read online Tender in PDF and EPUB A comprehensive, deeply personal, and visually stunning guide to growing and cooking vegetables from Britain’s foremost food writer, with more than 400 recipes and extensive gardening notes. In the tradition of Roast Chicken and Other Stories comes Tender, a passionate guide to savoring the best the garden has to offer. An instant classic when it was first published in the UK, Tender is a cookbook, a primer on produce, and above all, a beloved author’s homage to his favorite vegetables. Slater’s inspired and inspiring writing makes this a book to sit with and savor as much as one to prop open in the kitchen. The chapters explore 29 vegetables and offer enticing, comforting recipes such as Potato Cakes with Chard and Taleggio, a Tart of asparagus and Tarragon, and Grilled Lamb with Eggplant and Za’atar. With wit, enthusiasm, and a charming lack of pretension, Slater champions vegetables—through hands-on nurturing in the garden and straightforward preparations in the kitchen—with this truly essential book for every kitchen library. From the Hardcover edition.


Indoor Kitchen Gardening

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ISBN: 9781591865933
Release Date: 2014-06-15
Number of pages: 224
Author: Elizabeth Millard
Publisher:

Download and read online Indoor Kitchen Gardening in PDF and EPUB If you make good plant choices and create a hospitable indoor environment, you can grow practically any produce you want indoors. Millard shows you how-- with a little patience and the right equipment-- you can grow heartier herbs and produce all year round.


The Farm

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ISBN: 9780547516912
Release Date: 2012
Number of pages: 233
Author: Ian Knauer
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Download and read online The Farm in PDF and EPUB Presents one hundred fifty recipes inspired by the author's life on a farm in Pennsylvania, in a collection that features such dishes as spaghetti with arugula carbonara and strawberry sour cream ice cream.


Food Lovers Guide to Pittsburgh

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ISBN: 9781493014088
Release Date: 2014-09-02
Number of pages: 256
Author: Sarah Sudar
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

Download and read online Food Lovers Guide to Pittsburgh in PDF and EPUB Food Lover's Guide to Pittsburgh is the ultimate guide to the city's food scene and provides the inside scoop on the best places to find, enjoy, and celebrate local culinary offerings. Engagingly written by local foodies, this guide is a one-stop resource for residents and visitors alike to find producers and pureyors of tasty local specialities, as well as a rich array of other, indispensible food-related information including: One-of-a-kind restaurants and landmark eateries Speciality food shops The city's best bakeries Local drink scene Food festivals and culinary events Recipes from top Pittsburgh chefs


Fork to Fork

Filename: fork-to-fork.pdf
ISBN: 184091534X
Release Date: 2009-05-04
Number of pages: 320
Author: Montagu Don
Publisher: Conran Octopus

Download and read online Fork to Fork in PDF and EPUB This special reissue includes new introductory text and celebrates the vital link between growing, cooking and eating food all year round. For Monty and Sarah Don, a love of eating food must include an awareness of how that food is grown, and a love of growing your own food must include an active interest in how best to cook it. They demonstrate this philosophy in this seasonal month-by-month guide on how to cultivate and cook a range of vegetables, herbs and fruits which is accompanied by photographs that record a year in the kitchen garden at their home. Includes detailed instructions and gardening tips as well as more than 40 recipes to inspire food lovers to make the best use and appreciate the real flavours of home-grown food.


Eater s Choice

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ISBN: 0395605725
Release Date: 1992-01-01
Number of pages: 571
Author: Ron Goor
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Download and read online Eater s Choice in PDF and EPUB Explains what blood cholesterol is and provides flexible methods for controlling it with guidelines for children, detailed tables, and delicious new recipes