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Grow Cook Nourish: A Kitchen Garden Companion in 500 Recipes by Darina Allen

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  • Eat Your Books

    Grow Cook Nourish takes readers through the entire soil-to-table process that began over fifty years ago when Myrtle invited guests to 'Dine in an Irish Country House'.

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  • ISBN 10 1909487740
  • ISBN 13 9781909487741
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  • Published Oct 07 2017
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 640
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Kyle Books

Publishers Text

Growing your own food is exciting but, when it comes to knowing how to make the most of your produce, it can be daunting. In Grow Cook Nourish, bestselling author Darina Allen draws on more than 30 years of experience gardening at Ballymaloe to take you through an extensive list of vegetables, herbs and fruits with each entry including explanations of different varieties, practical information on cultivation, growing and maintenance, plus instructions for the best ways to cook produce as well as preserve and utilise a glut. With more than 400 recipes, including a variety for every ingredient, Darina shows how to use your harvest to its full potential. Vegetables range from annual crops such as chicory, radishes and kohlrabi to perennials like asparagus and spinach. Fruits cover apples, currants and peaches plus more the more unusual and interesting myrtle berries, loquats and medlars. Plus a comprehensive list of herbs, edible flowers and foraged foods such as samphire, wild garlic and blackberries.

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