30 Herbs for Your Kitchen Garden: A Seasonal Guide to Growing and Cooking with Herbs

30 Herbs for Your Kitchen Garden: A Seasonal Guide to Growing and Cooking with Herbs

By: Maureen Little (author)Paperback

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Herbs that come straight to your kitchen table from your own garden bring unbeatable flavour and freshness to your cooking. This book is a seasonal guide to growing, cooking and using 30 of the most useful and popular culinary herbs, both delicate and robust. It includes 60 delicious recipes - each of which features one or more of these herbs - for soups, sauces, starters, main courses and puddings. Discover how to grow herbs in containers, and from cuttings and seeds, and how you can maintain your plants so that they will remain productive. You will also learn how to plan your herb garden, how to store herbs to preserve their flavour, and how to use herbs to flavour oils, vinegars, butters, sugars and jellies.

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About Author

Maureen Little, MA, is a gardener, herb enthusiast, plantswoman and beekeeper. She received has a formal qualification in Garden Design but she acquired a number of horticultural skills from her father who owned a successful market garden and plant nursery in Sussex. She has lectured at University level, and is a member of the Royal Horticultural Society and the UK Herb Society. She has given talks at The Royal Horticultural Society's flagship garden at Wisley. She has contributed to the Herb Society's journal, and has spoken at Society events in London and Stratford upon Avon.

Product Details

  • publication date: 07/01/2016
  • ISBN13: 9781472120410
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 192
  • ID: 9781472120410
  • weight: 158
  • ISBN10: 1472120418

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