Delia's Kitchen Garden: A Beginner's Guide to Growing and Cooking Fruit and Vegetables by Delia Smith and Gay Search

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  • Gooseberry yoghurt fool

    • anya_sf on March 13, 2022

      This recipe worked well with cape gooseberries, even though they aren't related to regular gooseberries. It was easy to scale down for a single serving. Not quite the same as fool made with cream, but still good.

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  • ISBN 10 0563521139
  • ISBN 13 9780563521136
  • Published Sep 23 2004
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 168
  • Language English
  • Countries United Kingdom
  • Publisher BBC Books

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For leading cookbook author Delia Smith, the key to producing delicious, healthy food is to use first-class ingredients. Where fruits and vegetables are concerned, the best way to do that is to grow your own. But when Delia decided to create a kitchen garden of her own, she couldn't find a simple, straightforward guide. So, with the help of gardening expert Gay Search, Delia's Kitchen Garden was born.

In month-by-month chapters, this picture-filled companion follows a year in the kitchen garden, providing detailed information on sowing and planting, fruit and vegetable varieties, and care and harvesting. At the end of each chapter, Delia includes marvelous recipes for using your produce at its peak. For those who have space constraints, there are notes on creating a square-foot garden, a patio garden, and container gardens. An outstanding guide from two experts, richly illustrated with color photos of the gardens, the produce, and step-by-step techniques.

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