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MARGO TRUE is the food editor at Sunset magazine. Before Sunset, she was the executive editor at Saveur and senior editor and writer at Gourmet. She has received three James Beard journalism awards for her food writing, in addition to the James Beard Award for The One-Block Diet blog—shared with fellow book contributors Erika Ehmsen, Sunset’s copy chief and a member of the One-Block project’s Team Wine; Elizabeth Jardina of Team Chicken; Sunset test garden coordinator Johanna Silver; production coordinator Margaret Sloan, who blogs for Team Bee; recipe editor Amy Machnak; and head gardener Rick LaFrentz, who leads Team Beer. Additional contributors to this book include Kathleen Norris Brenzel, Sunset’s garden editor; associate food editor Elaine Johnson; test kitchen coordinator Stephanie Dean; Kimberley Burch, imaging specialist; senior editor Rachel Levin; executive editor Christine Ryan; and Brianne McElhiney, editorial assistant.
Purchased this book for my son that loves to garden. This has so many unusual things to grow that I knew it would be a hit. We are going to raise mushrooms this next year. Read morePublished on December 28, 2011 by Kindle Customer
We grow vegetables and fruit. Not a big place but we want to do more and are looking for was to use and enjoy what we grow. Read morePublished on October 26, 2011 by bobbyw
This book is great! I enjoyed all the info about wine and beer making...and even how to make honey wine.
I can't wait until a part 2 come out....if it ever does.
This is a great new cookbook/how to book. Great job Sunset and Margo True! I enjoyed reading this cover to cover and the recipes and photos are wonderful too. Read morePublished on July 1, 2011 by K. Coburn
Not only is there so much to learn and so many great recipes, but this book is just plain fun to read! Read morePublished on June 10, 2011 by Heather G333
This is great to teach us how to be self-sustaining. Unless you live in the same area of the country, you DO need to pay attention to planting seasons, etc. Read morePublished on May 15, 2011 by RedBuyer