Synopses & Reviews
New in the world's bestselling gardening series!
Nothing is more delicious than food grown at home. The Vegetable & Herb Expert
, The Fruit Expert
, and The Greenhouse Expert
showed you how to get the very best from your garden or allotment. Now, The Garden to Kitchen Expert
completes the story, explaining how to prepare all the nutritious produce you have grown for the table. The Garden to Kitchen Expert
Classic recipes for preparing each fruit and vegetable * Trusted methods for everyday cooking * No-cook methods for serving produce * Information on storing, preserving, and pickling what you grow
Nearly 6 million copies of The Vegetable & Herb Expert have been sold and it is widely regarded as the grow-your-own bible.It takes the story from the seed packet to the back door, but the second half of the story has been neglected - taking the produce from the back door and on to the table.People who have grown their own vegetables and fruit want to know all the things they can do with them, but this is not in the standard cookery books.The Garden to Kitchen Expert provides this information.
About the Author
Dr. David Hessayon initiated a major innovation in gardening publications in 1959 with the first of his gardening Expert guides. These popular guides--the world's bestselling gardening books--have had an unparalleled influence over the past 50 years. There are over 51 million copies in print. He was awarded the 1993 Gardening Book of the Year Award from the Garden Writers Guild and received the first-ever Lifetime Achievement Oscar” at the National British Book Awards. In 1999 he received a Guinness World Record Award as Britain's best-selling living author of the 1990s.” Judith Wills is the author of several nutrition and diet books, including the internationally acclaimed The Food Bible. She writes for many magazines and newspapers, including the Daily Mail, Mail on Sunday, and the Sunday Times, and writes the Diet Detective” column for Woman's Weekly, www.Mumsnet.com, and www.beautyandlace.com in Australia. She is also a columnist and blogger for Saga Magazine.