We Love Food: Family Recipes From The Garden

We Love Food is a family cookbook interspersed with detailed descriptions and beautiful photography discussing how to grow your own vegetables and herbs It is packed full of useful tips on creating your own veggie patch and also shows you how to use the produce in healthy, simple meals The authors have gathered their favorite recipes and added helpful tips for cultivatinWe Love Food is a family cookbook interspersed with detailed descriptions and beautiful photography discussing how to grow your own vegetables and herbs It is packed full of useful tips on creating your own veggie patch and also shows you how to use the produce in healthy, simple meals The authors have gathered their favorite recipes and added helpful tips for cultivating a garden, whether you have acres of land or a tiny balcony in the city.
We Love Food Family Recipes From The Garden We Love Food is a family cookbook interspersed with detailed descriptions and beautiful photography discussing how to grow your own vegetables and herbs It is packed full of useful tips on creating yo

  • Title: We Love Food: Family Recipes From The Garden
  • Author: Peta Heine Peta Heine
  • ISBN: 9781740666961
  • Page: 347
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. This book is for those who want to grow a few simple vegetables in the backyard and eat them.It is not a hardcore back to earth philosophy but a practical "it tastes better and is achievable so why not?" pragmatic philosophy.The recipes are on the straight forward side and seem to work. The carrot and potato bake worked well and was fairly easy to execute.The gardening tips and ideas are much the same. Take for instance the advice about chili. "If you can grow tomatoes you can grow chili's. It i [...]

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