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By the New York Times bestselling authors of Fix-It and Forget-It Cookbook. You can cook simply with basic, tasty herbsand liven up the old family favorites! Or try a savory new dish with herbs you grow or find at the grocery store. Use herbs in your everyday cookingfor lunch, dinner, and even breakfast. Hundreds of easy-to-use recipes, gathered and tested by the top herb shops in the country! Measurements are given for both fresh and dry herbs. Includes the 14 most commonly grown herbs: Basil, Lemon Balm, Parsley, Bay, Lovage, Rosemary, Chives, Mint, Sage, Cilantro, Oregano and Marjoram, Tarragon, Dill, Thyme. Also tips for gardening and storing. Includes two indexes, one by herbs and one by recipe category.
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About the Author
For years, Dawn J. Ranck has been growing herbs, cooking with herbs, teaching about herbs, and generally spreading her contagion about the little plants and the way they enliven food. She is an advocate of bringing herbs to everyon's kitchens, not just to the cooking artists'. Ranck lives and pastors a church in Hatfield, Pennsylvania.