New Kitchen Garden: Gardening & Cooking with Organic Herbs, Vegetables & Fruits

by Adam Caplin, Adam Caplin, Celia Brooks Brown
Photographed by Caroline Hughes

Ryland Peters & Small | February 18, 2003 | Hardcover

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Growing your own herbs, vegetables and fruit organically, and harvesting them to make healthy meals, is fun and fulfilling. As New Kitchen Garden explains, the whole process can be much simpler than you imagine - even if your outdoor space is no more than a patio or a roof-top garden. Focusing on plants that are easy to grow, Adam Caplin takes a new look at the delights of cultivating edibles, showing how they can be grown - on their own in beds and containers, in mixed borders, and decoratively with flowers - for their ornamental as well as their nutritional value. Acclaimed cookery writer Celia Brooks Brown then takes the kitchen garden into the kitchen with 35 great vegetarian recipes - soups and starters, main courses, salads and light dishes, salsas and chutneys and sweet things. LIST PRICE: 24.95

Format: Hardcover

Published: February 18, 2003

Publisher: Ryland Peters & Small

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1841722243

ISBN - 13: 9781841722245

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New Kitchen Garden: Gardening & Cooking with Organic Herbs, Vegetables & Fruits

by Adam Caplin, Adam Caplin, Celia Brooks Brown
Photographed by Caroline Hughes

Format: Hardcover

Published: February 18, 2003

Publisher: Ryland Peters & Small

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1841722243

ISBN - 13: 9781841722245

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Growing your own herbs, vegetables and fruit organically, and harvesting them to make healthy meals, is fun and fulfilling. As New Kitchen Garden explains, the whole process can be much simpler than you imagine - even if your outdoor space is no more than a patio or a roof-top garden. Focusing on plants that are easy to grow, Adam Caplin takes a new look at the delights of cultivating edibles, showing how they can be grown - on their own in beds and containers, in mixed borders, and decoratively with flowers - for their ornamental as well as their nutritional value. Acclaimed cookery writer Celia Brooks Brown then takes the kitchen garden into the kitchen with 35 great vegetarian recipes - soups and starters, main courses, salads and light dishes, salsas and chutneys and sweet things. LIST PRICE: 24.95

About the Author

Celia Brooks Brown was born in the USA but moved to Britain in 1989 to work in the theatre. She discovered a passion for cooking, and turned her love of entertainment into a career in food. She gives cooking demonstrations for the store Books for Cooks in London''s Notting Hill and a supermarket Gourmet Club, and writes for national newspapers and magazines. She wrote and presented her own 25-part TV series, Vegging Out, and makes regular TV appearances. Her previous book, New Vegetarian (also published by Ryland Peters & Small, Inc.), has been hailed as "a gem" by BBC Good Food magazine, and has found worldwide success. Adam Caplin started gardening at age 4. Since studying horticulture at university, he has set up and run several successful garden centers and nurseries. He and his brother James write a gardening column for The Times Magazine in London. Their other collaborations include instant Gardening and Urban Eden. Adam''s first solo book was Planted Junk (also published by Ryland Peters & Small, Inc.), about gardening with recycled containers. He contributes to Gardening Illustrated and has been a guest presenter for the BBC TV series Gardener''s World. A garden that he co-designed won a silver medal at London''s Chelsea Flower Show. Caroline Hughes began her photographic career in fashion, but after the birth of her second child she turned her camera on the garden, deciding to put her love of plants to better use. Caroline now photographs gardens, for many publicatio
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