There are some great pictures, all the recipes are easily readable.
Raven splits up veggies/fruits by their peak month, gives an intro to each of her picks, and follows with recipes ranging from simple to moderate.
Rosemary Saddleback Potatoes: Though there are lots of wonderful potato recipes in this book, I had to try this.
the book itself is a quality product with nice print and pictures. My disappointment is that this was written for a Untied Kingdom audience using some products that are not common... Read morePublished 5 months ago by PJ
It's the best cook book I've ever had. Everything in it is delicious and easy to prepare. I've given it as a present countless times.Published 10 months ago by Ellen Warner
taking you step by step to enjoy what's out your door and bring it to your Families table and share, as well, with neighbors.Published 13 months ago by shamrock glory
I want to start eating better to improve my health. I purchased this book because I thought it would really help me to get back to nature. Read morePublished 21 months ago by S. L. Pieper
I am one of those crazy people who looks at a recipe & then improvises. I love this book because it gives a rundown of seasonally available produce and then simple recipes to try... Read morePublished on October 3, 2011 by Dorothy A Paape
So far I have made two dishes from the book: Plum Crumble and the second Zucchini Tart. The plumb crumble was alright and the tart was down right gross. Read morePublished on September 4, 2011 by Donra V. Stark
I really really love this book. From the foreword and intro, to the beautiful photographs and most importantly, the amazing recipes. Read morePublished on August 15, 2011 by Ajasyoga
Attention: "In Season" is the same book as "Sarah Raven's Garden Cookbook." The only difference is that the former uses North American measurements and the latter uses British... Read morePublished on May 24, 2011 by Leah Stansbury