The Edible Italian Garden

The Edible Italian Garden

by Rosalind Creasy
     
 

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Learn how to create a lovely Italian garden and then create delicious dishes with your produce using this easy-to-use Italian cookbook and gardening guide.

Author Rosalind Creasy offers suggestions for those who live in any North American zone. Using simple techniques, its possible to grow most of the plants in this book in most climate conditions. She

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Learn how to create a lovely Italian garden and then create delicious dishes with your produce using this easy-to-use Italian cookbook and gardening guide.

Author Rosalind Creasy offers suggestions for those who live in any North American zone. Using simple techniques, its possible to grow most of the plants in this book in most climate conditions. She devotes a section to growing and harvesting the "wild" greens so popular on Italian hillsides. She takes readers on a tour of Vicki Sebastiani's garden in California, a garden she plants by sending away for authentic Italian heirloom seeds.

The "Italian Garden Encyclopedia" section introduces some of the most popular Italian vegetables along with recommended varieties and—an added bonus—the names in Italian, so anyone can order from an Italian seed catalog. The "Resources" section in the back offers numerous sources for all you need to grow a Italian garden.

Along with Italian gardening techniques techniques the many featured recipes include:

  • Basil in Parmesan
  • Bruschetta with Tomatoes and Basil
  • Radicchio and Corn Salad with Figs and Hazelnuts
  • Classic Broccoli Raab
  • Tarragon and Balsamic Vinegar Braised Onions
  • Penne with Arugula
  • Spring Pizza
  • And many more!

Editorial Reviews

Ellen W. Pisor
The Edible Garden Series will satisfy a wide spectrum of readers. Food lovers will applaud the series for its information and inspiration in putting fresher and tastier produce on their tables. And enthusiasts will applaud Creasy for bringing us back to the most important food source of all: our gardens.
ForeWord Magazine

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781462917600
Publisher:
Tuttle Publishing
Publication date:
11/03/2015
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
112
File size:
24 MB
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