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    It's simple to make your own salsas and healthier - no additives. Just chop and mix. Some of the ingredients (besides tomatoes and peppers) you'll find in Long's salsas are melons, bananas, blueberries, papayas, black beans, pineapple, mango, mint, tequila, cucumber, peaches, raspberries, and more! Softcover 34pp. Learn More

  2. Simple Italian Snacks


    By Jason Denton and Kathryn Kellinger. Simple Italian Snacks follows the growing trend of serving bite-sized mini meals, whether tapas, bar snacks, or antipasti for family meals or entertaining. Here you can plan a menu for any gathering in the informal yet chic way that Italians have mastered. These are easy to follow recipes with beautiful color photos with a wide range of menus to choose from. The Red Beet salad with Pistachios, Bruschetta of Summer squash with Red Pepper and Mint, and Rosemary Pine Nut Shortbreads are just a few of the many colorful and delicious recipes offered with helpful hints for serving. Hardcover 184pp pub at $23.95 Learn More

  3. Small Batch Preserving


    By Ellie Topp and Margaret Howard. This is a great book that has over 300 delicious recipes for getting the most out of your harvest. Many times we only have small amounts of fruits and vegetables as they become available from our garden or local farmers markets throughout the year. Some recipes require as little as ten minutes of processing time making it perfect for using ingredients when they are at their peak season and lowest price. Ellie and Margaret guide you through the easiest and safest methods for making home-made preserves, syrups, flavored oils, pickles and chutneys without spending all day in the kitchen. A small yield gives the opportunity to make several different preserves and reduces the risk of scorching that is always a danger when cooking larger batches. Using fresh produce and a wide availability of fruits and vegetables you will be able to fill your pantry with an outstanding variety. Color photos give a nice finish to these delicious recipes. Softcover 376pp Learn More

  4. Soups and Chowders


    Over 200 inspirational recipes from around the world. By Debra Mayhew. Finally! A full-color, easy-to-follow cookbook devoted to soups! Here is everything from the classic British Creamy Tomato to a Sausage and Seafood Gumbo from Louisiana; a rich Italian Wild Mushroom Soup to a spicy Jalapeno-style soup from Mexico. It has nearly 800 color photographs giving you an essential guide to the art of soup-making. This book gives a comprehensive introduction including step-by-step recipes for creating the perfect stock and suggests garnishes for a professional looking finish. A colorful and tasteful way for you to serve your fresh vegetables. Hardcover 256pp Learn More

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  5. Sprout Garden


    By Mark M Braunstein. Sprouts aren't just for making shakes or adding to your sandwiches anymore - although both are delicious. Sprouts can add a variety of color and nutrients to any dish you prepare, as well as great flavor. In just 2-7 days anyone can easily raise and enjoy year round either raw or cooked and can enliven their everyday meals and snacks. Mark gives you plenty of information in his book with basic starting methods, different styles of sprouting, different types of sprouts, seeds, grains and beans, and some vegetarian recipes; like sprout salad dressings, sprouted bread, sunflower cheese, or your own hummus. Softcover 144pp Learn More

  6. Surban Safari


    by Hannah Holmes. Science writer Holmes has traveled the world for her nature articles. However, for one year, she decided to stay put and concentrate on the nature world of her 2/10 acre, organic yard in South Portland, Maine. You may think a book on that subject would be pretty dull. It's not. It's funny, entertaining, and enlightening. And there is a lot going on, with more inhabitants than you would ever guess. There are myriad insects, above and below ground, birds, a cheeky chipmunk, squirrels, woodchucks, skunks and more. Holmes investigates her plant life as well, learning about fungi, the numerous useful herbs in her organic "freedom lawn", shrubs, flowers, trees, and all who feed on them. Once you've read this, you'll see your yard in a whole new light! Softcover 262pp. Pub at $14.95 Learn More

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  7. Success With Herbs


    by Yvonne Cuthbertson. Yvonne's love of herbs helps us expand our garden with beautiful flowered plants that can be cultivated for meals and their invigorating scents. She includes color photos and information to help you with growing herbs outdoors and indoors, buying, harvesting and preserving them. While many herb gardens are informal in design - usually because many herbs fail to know their proper limits - Yvonne gives us a few formal designs to try with a checkerboard, classic know garden, herb wheel and ladder with plant suggestions for each. My favorite time is in the fall when I harvest my herbs and hang the gathered bunches in my kitchen to dry. The whole house comes alive with their wonderful scents. Soft cover 160pp Learn More

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  8. Sugar Snaps and Strawberries


    Simple solutions for creating your own small space edible garden. By Andrea Bellamy. Worried that you don?t have the right type of space for the garden you want? Eager to join a community garden but not sure where to start? Allow Andrea to get you off on the right foot! With some creative thinking you can work with what you have and surprise yourself with the amount of vegetables and fruit you can grow in even the tiniest of places. She shows you how to decide on container gardening versus in the ground or community gardens or even shared backyards. This is a great reference guide (or beginner?s handbook) for succession planting, inter-planting, cut-and-come again crops, vertical gardening and stretching your garden season for the most harvest with edibles from A-Z. Lots of handy tips! Softcover 224 pp Learn More

  9. The 64 Dollar Tomato


    by William Alexander. Brooklyn-born Alexander transplants himself to an old house on 3 acres in Winchester County, NY. There he lives out his gardening fantasies that range from orchards, organic husbandry, canning, and heirloom vegetables. These bring him up against what all gardeners know - that nature's challenges make every year a new adventure. He tells his garden woes with great humor and lots of sarcasm. You'll laugh as you read each chapters hurdle. You also will not feel to sorry for him as he had seemingly endless monetary resources for his garden. You see what a mess the "poor little rich gardener" gets himself into and how much money he throws at his problems. "Money can't buy garden happiness", but it's fun to see someone learn the lessons experienced gardeners learned at a much cheaper price! Hardcover 270pp Pub at $22.95 Learn More

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  10. Garden Explored


    by Mia Amato. Mia is a full time journalist and lifelong gardener. If someone tells her it can’t be done, Mia would rather try it herself and prove she can do it. In this book she shares her sense of adventure and knowledge with you. By following in the San Francisco’s Exploritorium tradition of hands on, minds on exploration, which has set the standard for interactive science centers; she provides dozens of projects and activities to help build a deeper understanding of the science in your garden. She also explains why knowing the background of a plant and what it requires, will help you get the best results from it. Her simple experiments will have you exploring your backyard and learning how and why plants will grow and do things the way they do. Soft Cover 152pp Pub at $12.95 Learn More

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    by Lawrence Sheehan. Yes, we fell for a coffee table book. But where else can you visit such an eclectic group of extraordinary gardeners, collectors, and others whose achievements have been inspired by the garden? And view them in over 300 full-color photos in a luxuriously large format? First, we visit "inspired plantsmen", like Allen Haskell whose garden center resembles a world class botanic garden, Rose Storey Farm with over 15,000 rose bushes, and Sal Gilberties renowned herb farm. Then we met the "passionate collectors" whose obsessions run from garden art, books, antique ornaments, and botanical china, to antique lawn mowers. Finally, we met those with "singular visions" who create inspired by their love of plants. Among them is a potter, a sculptor, a photographer, and from the past, the Blaschkas, glass artisans who created the exquisite glass botanicals at the Harvard museum. Softcover 240pp Pub at $50.00 Learn More

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  12. Great Potato Cookbook


    By the Editors of Reader?s Digest. 250 sensational recipes, including nutritional information and covering every course for the most versatile of vegetables. An inexpensive culinary delight that contains numerous nutrients with low calories and makes wholesome soups, marvelous side dishes, spicy pies and even sweet desserts. Delve into the history of the spud, learn more about its varieties and use the handy tips and tricks provided to make preparation easier. Discover new and innovative ways to serve the ultimate comfort food. Softcover 320 pp Learn More

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