A White House Garden Cookbook [NOOK Book]

Overview

The chronicle of the remarkable White House garden tracks it from dream time to real timee, from planting to picking and planning again. We meet its dozens of vegetables, including descendants of seeds planted by Thomas Jefferson.
It boasts a fitting four score and seven recipes, most of them starring White House garden ingredients. Several recipes from this book comes from a First Family Kitchen, startintg with Martha Washington's famous "great cake". Almost all of the ...
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A White House Garden Cookbook

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Overview

The chronicle of the remarkable White House garden tracks it from dream time to real timee, from planting to picking and planning again. We meet its dozens of vegetables, including descendants of seeds planted by Thomas Jefferson.
It boasts a fitting four score and seven recipes, most of them starring White House garden ingredients. Several recipes from this book comes from a First Family Kitchen, startintg with Martha Washington's famous "great cake". Almost all of the recipe3s---especially those for serious green vegetables---come kid-tested and approved.
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“Clara Silverstein's A White House Garden Cookbook has plenty of dirt on Michelle Obama — and the 55 fruits, veggies and herbs that she's grown at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. during the past year. The book (which is inspired, not sponsored, by The White House Project) brings together recipes from community gardens across the country that are certainly fit for the first family — and yours.”
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014079419
  • Publisher: Red Rock Press
  • Publication date: 1/23/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 160
  • File size: 17 MB
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Meet the Author

Clara Silverstein is the author of THE BOSTON CHEF'S TABLE and she co-authored the NEW ENGLAND SOUP FACTORY COOKBOOK. She contributes to THE BOSTON GLOBE, RUNNER'S WORLD, and PREVENTION and cooks with her husband and two children.
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