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  1. 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

  2. Best Dressed Salad


    This book gives you the opportunity to make some of the well-known salad dressings that you love and simple salads to go with them. A healthy and fresh alternative, these recipes are all easy and quick to do right at home. With histories and helpful tips throughout the book, you can make anything from Zesty Zero Calorie Dressing to a Greek Dressing and 7 different mayonnaise recipes. Do you know that mayonnaise was developed in France in the 1700s? Spiral bound 104pp. Learn More

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  3. 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

  4. Herb Garden Cookbook


    The complete gardening and gourmet herb guide. By Lucinda Hutson. This book gives you tips on gardening, which are based on organic methods, harvesting and storing herbs as well as 150 creative and festive recipes. Also included are information on Mexican and Southeast Asian herbs, edible flowers, herb vinegar and butters.Makes a valuable guide to herbs for chefs and gardeners. Hardcover 242 pp pub. at $24.95 Learn More

  5. The Perfect Pickler

    The Perfect Pickler

    Make pickles in just days right on your counter-top with no cooking required and without the use of heavy crocks. This quick brine method is simply done by adding Celtic sea salt (provided) and water to any wide mouth canning jar and adding raw vegetables of your choice to transform into tasty nutritious pickles. Try sauerkraut, dill pickles, pickled eggs, beets, peppers, string beans and more. This fermentation kid includes: a unique fermentation air-lock that allows gases to escape through the special lid that seals out airborne microbes, a gasket ring that seals the lid to pressurize, a floating brine cup to collect brine over-flow and exhaust gas, 1/4 lb. of superior Celtic Sea Salt and many recipes. Learn More

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  6. Pickled Pantry


    From apples to zucchini, 150 recipes for pickles, relishes, chutneys and more. By Andrea Chessman Why limit yourself to cucumbers when pickling brings out the best in so many vegetables and fruits? Beginners will welcome the simple, low-fuss methods and thorough coverage of the basics, and dedicated home canners will love the large-batch recipes and the stunning variety of flavors. Andrea?s expert guidance will give you the best in variety from old classics to the newest of pickling recipes to help you use the abundance of your harvest, even the overgrown ones can be made into flavorful delights. Softcover 304 pp Learn More

  7. Potato Cookbook


    By Janet Reeves. This is an affectionate chronicle of the potato including the myriad varieties of potatoes, their history, buying them, storing them, and many helpful hints. Gives you an amazing amount of recipes: potato cheese puffs, savory country style egg scramble, Dutch biscuits or spudnuts, cookies, cakes, desserts, candy, salads, soups and stews, baked potatoes and accompaniments, main dish meals and more. For potato lovers, or anyone else, this book will expand your horizons and the worlds number 1 vegetable. Softcover 304 pp. Learn More

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  8. Red Hot Cookbook


    Edited by Ruby Le Bois. Wow! This is a great book. You will be creating the most aromatic, spicy, sizzling and flavorful dishes ever. It has great color photos of the preparation and finished dish on each page with easy to follow recipes and tips. Treat yourself to some Cajun popcorn, a cornmeal coated spicy seafood made and served with a delicious basil mayonaise dip. Or don't know what to do with those hot peppers you grew this year? Make some Mole Poblano De Guajolate - a Mexican dish served on holidays and special occasions. You can top off these dishes with some great desserts - coconut and nutmeg icecream or baklava. Easy to make and will become great favorites for all. Hardcover 265pp Learn More

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  9. Spicy Food Lovers Bible


    by Dave DeWitt and Nancy Gerlach. This book's mission is well-stated in its subtitle: "The Ultimate Guide to Buying, Growing, Storing, and Using the Key Ingredients that Give Food Spice*with more than 250 recipes from around the world". The "key ingredients" include: ginger, horseradish, wasabi, chili peppers, hot sauces, mustards, peppers, spice blends, rubs, curries, and other spices. Don't be intimidated by the heat! The authors have kept the recipes in the medium to medium hot heat range. They provide a heat scale rating for every recipe and you can always use more or less spice. DeWitt and Gerlach are the heat experts, having published and edited Fiery Foods and Barbeque and Chili Pepper Magazines. Hardcover 424pp Pub at $29.95 Learn More

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  10. Sprouted Kitchen


    By Sara Forte. Contains much more than sprout recipes! The name comes from her food blog, and with her husband Hugh?s photos, they take it further. An extensive variety of whole foods at your market or in your garden are possible with these flavorful and healthy recipes. You will love Tangled Carrot and Broccoli Sprout Salad with Tahini Dressing or the delicious Roasted Tomato Soup with Mozzarella and Basil. Easy to follow recipes bursting with flavor, this will be a great addition to any cooks kitchen! Hardcover 252 pp Learn More

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  11. Vegetarian Gourmet


    by Bobbie Hinman. Don't be deceived by the name, today more and more health professionals are encouraging people to eat vegetables for a better, healthier lifestyle. This does not mean you have to omit all meats and fat from your diet, simply add more vegetables for balance and healthier meals. This book helps you make wonderful, colorful, tasty meals, using whole grains, fruits and vegetables. It helps explain the basic information on vegetarian meals, fats, fiber, salt and simple substitutions. Each recipe has nutritional information to help guide you in these meat-free choices. The recipes are divided into different international chapters with an introduction of each with its particular veggies, herbs and seasonings and a suggested menu. You have flavors of Mexico, the Caribbean, Italy, the Middle East, Eastern Europe, India and the Orient with an international conversion chart at the end. Soft cover 488pp Pub at $19.95 Learn More

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    A Warm and Versatile Bounty. By Darra Goldstein. With the amazing array of winter vegetables that are available and these delicious recipes we need not worry about boring meals again! Contains 150 recipes from all over the world; appetizers, salads, breads, desserts and even vegetarian Leo Tolstoy?s favorites, this can help you eat meat-free even with the challenge of winter produce or add unique side dishes to your regular cuisine. It has many comfort foods that have been a staple on family tables for years like Maple Baked Beans, plus exciting new ideas such as Gingerbread with Hot Orange Sauce, Spanish Escarole Salad and Ginger Pear Preserves. Softcover 316 pp pub at $16.00 Learn More

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