Filled with delicious lavender recipes for seasoned chefs as well as newbie fans of herbs, Lavender Cookbook and Recipe Collection will inspire you to create delicious recipes or perhaps to grow your own herb garden with lavender, rosemary, thyme, peppermint, sage - all those lovely ingredients that provdie fresh, flavorful and healthful meals and desserts.
|Publisher:||Tea Trade Mart|
|Product dimensions:||7.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.31(d)|
About the Author
Many farms, community gardens and pocket parks feature Lavender because it is easy to incorporate into any garden. An import from Mediterranean terroir, Lavender grows profusely in the Pacific Northwest's wet-dry climate - mostly more wet than dry.
Jennifer began growing Lavender as a pot plant, graduated to Lavender-as-a-basic-border plant and now has small hills covered with various types of Lavender. In some areas, what began as butterfly gardens became Lavender and herb gardens.
From blending tea with Lavender and cooking with Lavender, it was a labor of love to share her Lavender recipe collection with you and other Lavender lovers.
The director of Tea Business School, Jennifer is a professional trainer who conducts tea training programs. She is a member of the Specialty Tea Institute, STI Tea Advisory Board, DAR Fort Vancouver Chapter, Clark County Genealogical Society and Women Entrepreneur's Organization.
"I love testing recipes remembering fondly that my mother and grandmother spent much time with me with I was young to teach me various homemaking skills.
Learning first-hand from my mother, grandmother and from an old Norge cookbook, the family connections are comforting as is my time with genealogy - particularly the strong patriotic family ties - one of the reasons for the 17-76 Tea Party Cookbook - a combination of thoughts about heritage and my appreciation of all things tea."