Grower’s Market is the missing link between growing and cooking; a bible for locally grown seasonal produce, in our all-time top five garden to plate references.
5 in stock (can be backordered)
Grower’s Market by Leanne Kitchen is quite simply the missing link between growing and cooking – an Australian bible for locally grown and hand-picked fresh seasonal produce. It is bursting with practical information on how to select and prepare fresh seasonal produce and offers useful advice on storage, basic cooking techniques, nutritional and companion foods. From what type of potato is best for roasting or mashing, what to do with a bunch of cherries, or the best way to eat an artichoke – this book has real information from someone who clearly grows and makes their own food.
This book is in our all-time top five for garden to plate references, for beginners and seasoned gardeners alike. It is sadly entirely out of print, but we are lucky to have a few volumes available for sale from our own teaching library.
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|Dimensions||23 × 19 × 4 cm|
previously owned, undamaged, good condition
Australian publication, Out of Print, sewn binding
|Title & Author|
GROWER'S MARKET: COOKING WITH SEASONAL PRODUCE, by Leanne Kitchen