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From the Publisher"This cookbook (organized by types of vegetables and fruits) helps foodies, whether they live in the South or not, build meals on seasonal, homegrown vegetables. . . . Now get yourself back to the garden."
-The Houston Chronicle
"If it has to do with vegetables, this cookbook is a great resource. . . . I have a feeling I'm going to be going back to this cookbook again and again."
-S. Krishna's Books
"Whether you have a garden, a farm share, or are just looking for a new way to cook broccoli, Sheri Castle will guide you through the seasons. . . . Castle mines the world for flavors."
"If you see the garden as an extension of your kitchen, and if you happen to appreciate a Southern sensibility. . .you'll be happy with the vegetable-focused recipes."
-The Washington Post
"Celebrates a diverse array of seasonal fruits and vegetables"
"This homage to Southern produce walks the reader through more than 300 recipes featuring the best the South has to offer."
"Timely in that it taps into the booming locally grown food movement and celebrates the pleasures of fresh, seasonal food. . . .Written in a casual, conversational style that gives the reader the feeling of being in a cozy kitchen listening to Castle as she cooks."
-The Mountain Times
"She formulates realistic recipes in her well-equipped but ordinary home kitchen….The proof of this pudding is in the produce: fresh, with reverence and flair. Y'all dig in."
"I appreciate Castle's ingredient-first philosophy, and as a lifelong Northeasterner, she helps breach the gap and makes Southern cooking approachable and even more universal."
-Epicurious The Epi Log
"Sheri Castle's The New Southern Garden Cookbook is a superb addition to the canon of invaluable southern cookbooks. By focusing on what grows in the South, Castle has written an Asparagus-to-Zucchini compendium of delectable recipes with deep southern soul. But this volume is so much more than a stellar kitchen reference; interwoven throughout is Castle's own narrative—of a North Carolina gal who found her way home through cooking and gardening—told in an engaging, encouraging voice that home cooks will enjoy having close to the stove."—Matt Lee and Ted Lee, authors of The Lee Bros. Simple Fresh Southern