Synopses & Reviews
This newest collection from The Old Farmers Almanac
features more than 350 delicious recipes that celebrate the flavors of garden-fresh ingredients. Alongside the bushels of tempting recipes are words of wisdom for growing, harvesting, preparing, and storing vegetables, fruit, and herbs as well as choosing the very best ingredients from the marketplace. Cooks and gardeners alike will appreciate the timeless advice that will make this cookbook a favorite for generations to come.
• Fourteen comprehensive chapters
• Tips on gardening and cooking throughout
• Four special two-page segments: The Kitchen Herb Garden, A Beginners Vegetable Garden, The Edible Flower Garden, The Berry Garden
• Helpful reference section
The ultimate vegetable cookbook: more than 800 recipes, with basic gardening information and shopping tips for non-gardeners. How to cook, deliciously, whatever you've plucked from the garden today or found fresh in the market vegetables as accompaniments, main courses (including dishes that use meat, fish, and poultry), soups, appetizers, salads, breads, pies, and even cakes and cookies. A whole world of vegetable delight. The companion book to the long-running public television series.
There's never been a cookbook like it. An incomparable variety of enticing recipes (more than eight hundred) . . . Basic gardening information . . . Shopping tips for nongardeners . . . Cooking inspirations for whatever you've plucked from the garden today or found fresh in the market . . . Vegetables as accompaniments . . . Vegetables as main courses (including recipes that use meat, fish, and poultry) . . . Vegetable soups, appetizers, salads, relishes . . . Even vegetable breads, pies, cakes, cookies . . . And more, as demonstrated over the years on The Victory Garden public television series.
A whole world of vegetable delight.
About the Author
Marian Morash was “Chef Marian” for twenty-five years on television’s longest-running weekly garden series, The Victory Garden, on PBS. She has been named to the Food & Wine magazine Honor Roll of American Chefs, received Organic Gardening magazine’s Food Comes First Award, and was named by Cook’s Magazine to the first Who’s Who of Cooking in America.