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The vegetable garden is back – thanks to renewed interest in living green, rising food prices, and a desire to eat tasty, healthful food grown close to home. Eating fresh unprocessed food has universal appeal. Farmers’ markets, community gardens, and the availability of heirloom seeds and organic vegetable plants have more gardeners than ever digging up recipes for delicious, down-to-earth dishes. More than 200 recipes, culled from the pages of Taunton’s Kitchen Gardener magazine, will delight growers and home cooks everywhere. The dishes included here are innovative and easy to prepare. They range from starters, sauces, and snacks to main dishes and desserts. Even seasonal recipe menus have been included for good measure! Anyone who loves fresh produce will reap ideas on how to make use of abundant yields and take advantage of seasonal buys at the market.
Ruth Lively, a long-time garden writer, was trained at the LaVarenne culinary school in France. A former editor of Fine Gardening, Lively was also one of the founding editors of Fine Cooking and Kitchen Gardener.
I know these suckers are hard to get on no matter who makes it. This one came with an extra dust removal tape which I liked. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Marcy Richardson
It's great to have all of the Kitchen Garden magazine recipes in one place; but still miss the magazine itself.Published on December 13, 2012 by M
I rented this from the library and fell instantly in love. Had to have it for my own. Great recipes and great concept!!Published on July 4, 2012 by Carrie D