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Author: Ronna Mogelon
ISBN: 0871319462
Subcategory: Cooking by Ingredient
Pages 144 pages
Publisher M. Evans & Company (May 2001)
Language English
Category: Cookbooks
Rating: 4.6
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ePUB size: 1801 kb
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eBook Wild in the Kitchen: Recipes for Wild Fruits, Weeds, and Seeds download

by Ronna Mogelon


We leave feedback first Detailed product descriptions Wild in the Kitchen . Author:Ronna Mogelon Publisher:Rowman & Littlefield Imprint:M. Kitchen: Recipes, growing tips for herbs and potted fruits NEW BOOK.

We leave feedback first Detailed product descriptions Wild in the Kitchen Recipes for Wild Fruits, Weeds, and Seeds by Ronna Mogelon 9780871319463 (Paperback, 2001) Delivery UK delivery is usually within 7 to 9 working days. Courtyard Kitchen: Recipes, growing tips for herbs and potted fruits NEW BOOK.

Wild in the Kitchen book. This delightful cookbook contains over 75 delectable recipes along with guidelines to help you find, pick, and prepare all types of wild plants. Soo Wild edibles are everywhere-in the woods, along sidewalks an even in the back yard. These truly natural foods are nutritious, taste much better than their plastic-wrapped domestic counterparts, and best of all, they are free! This delightful cookbook contains over 75 delectable recipes along with guidelines to help you find, pick, and prepare all types of wild plants.

Wild edibles are everywhere-in the woods, along sidewalks an even in the back yard. Soon you will be making cakes and pies from hawthorns and ground cherries; soups made with fiddlehead ferns or wild leeks; and salads of milkweed, dandelion, day lilies or lamb's quarters. You're getting the VIP treatment! With the purchase of Kobo VIP Membership, you're getting 10% off and 2x Kobo Super Points on eligible items. Your Shopping Cart is empty. There are currently no items in your Shopping Cart.

Paperback, Natl Book Network . Includes over 75 delectable recipes for plants growing in the woods, fields, along roadsides and even in the front lawn.

Paperback, Natl Book Network, 2001, ISBN13 9780871319463, ISBN10 0871319462. Tell us if something is incorrect. This little gem of a cookbook includes 75 delectable recipes for plants growing in the woods, fields, along the roadsides, and even in the front lawn. Each recipe for wild fruits, weeds, and seeds includes a drawing of the plant, along with text describing what it looks like, where it grows, and when and how to pick it. 200 color illustrations.

Wild edibles are everywhere - in the woods, along roadsides, and even in the front lawn or back yard. These truly natural foods are nutritious, and taste much better than their plasticwrapped domestic counterparts and the best part is that they are free for the taking.

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Autor: Ronna Mogelon. Print Length: 144 pages. Publisher: M. Evans & Company. This delightful cookbook contains over 75 delectable recipes along with guidelines to help you find, pick, and prepare all types of wild plants

Autor: Ronna Mogelon.

Ronna Mogelon is a chef (she studied cooking at George Brown College in Toronto Canada), amateur .

Ronna Mogelon is a chef (she studied cooking at George Brown College in Toronto Canada), amateur naturalist, graphic designer and food stylist for the movie industry. She lives in a 100-year-old log home on a farm in rural Ontario Canada. At the beginning of the book Ronna gives some brief tips on how to proceed if you are not a botanist, on preservation and canning, and has a small section on the conventional ingredients she prefers to use in her recipes. Her ‘recipe’ chapters are titled Berries; Flowers; Fruits; Greens; Mushrooms; and Roots. Recipes are offered plant by plant

Includes over 75 delectable recipes for plants that can be foraged from the woods, fields, along roadsides and even in the front lawn!
Quendant
While field guides are needed and helpful, there are very few good recipe books out there to tell you what to do with what you forage. Here are some wonderful and easy recipes that are made with ingredients that most people have in their kitchens. It's a refreshing change from many of the foraging books out there. If you've got your field guides and are now wondering what to do with the treasures you've harvested, this is the perfect book for you.
Endieyab
This book has a lot of great recepies. I can hardlly wait for spring to start looking for the items in the book and start cooking.
Qucid
Although I am an armchair forest wanderer and cook, I found this book not only fascinating, but also beautifully illustrated with skillfully executed drawings for every recipe. It is obvious that the author is a talented artist as well as an imaginative chef. The recipes are explained simply, with a friendly conversational tone that makes me want to join her in the kitchen. In fact, I am starting to feel inspired enough to go searching for some lamb's quarters and plantain, or maybe a bunch of dandelion leaves to spice up my salad. Every page has a surprise. Milkweed? Cloudberries? Day Lily Buds? They're all there, and more. Frankly, I'll pass on the wild mushrooms. Our local market has chanterelles and morels-- at a price.-- so I can try those intriguing recipes too if I want. Recommended for anyone who wants to explore cooking with unusual and available (free!) ingredients, but also to anyone who appreciates a beautifully designed book .
Dikus
A really attractive, and useful, trip through the wild kitchen. The recipes are clearly written, with excellent directions, and the illustrations are charming. I am so glad it is now available for Kindle.. really handy to have when going to the farmer's market and trying to figure out what to buy for dinner!
Jorad
Not only is the author a talented artist (I adore her cat book), but she sure can cook. Making the most of what nature provides in abundance on her farm in eastern Canada, Ms Mogelon provides a range of simple recipes not to be found in but the most exotic restaurant. I can't wait for her next offerings.