Gardening Books We Wear Out
"Describing how to attract butterflies and other beneficial and beautiful insects to your garden, this book covers plants that attract butterflies, butterfly food plans, seed and plant sources, gardening and conservation organizations, and a bibliogrpahy of books and periodicals about butterflies."
From the leading name in organic gardening comes a guide to creating a garden that is organically balanced & aesthetically beautiful. Using sophisticated design techniques from authorities in every field of gardening, readers will learn the secrets of creating a landscape that's gorgeous, productive, & time- & energy-efficient.
This volume comprises vegetables that are fundamental to French cuisine, like endives, leeks, shallots, and celery root, and classic recipes for preparing them: Pistou Souffle, a Green Aioli, and, of course, Ratatouille. Includes profiles of Tom McCombie, a California-based chef, and Georgeanne Brennan, co-owner of Le Marche seed company.
"Explore the world of fragrant and savory herbs and get tips on how to grow them abundantly. Learn how to use herbs in cooking, as well as in blends, herbed oils and vinegars."
"Creasy shows readers how to grow favorite salad greens and vegetables then prepare them using delicious and unique recipes."
"The Coyote Cafe cookbook was a howling success that spawned a wonderful pair of posters created by Mark Miller. This full-color handbook presents an expansion of the posters' information in book form, covering 100 chiles (50 each of fresh and dried), each with a color photograph, hotness scale, and brief description. The Great Chile Book also includes background information, an introduction to the use of chiles in the cuisines of Mexico and the Southwest, and delicious recipes from the kitchen of the Coyote Cafe."