The Victory Garden Cookbook by Marian MorashThe Victory Garden Cookbook by Marian Morash

The Victory Garden Cookbook

byMarian Morash

Paperback | July 12, 1982

Pricing and Purchase Info


Earn 230 plum® points

Prices and offers may vary in store

Out of stock online

Not available in stores


There’s never been a cookbook like it. An incomparable variety of enticing recipes (more than eight hundred) . . . Basic gardening information . . . Shopping tips for nongardeners . . . Cooking inspirations for whatever you’ve plucked from the garden today or found fresh in the market . . . Vegetables as accompaniments . . . Vegetables as main courses (including recipes that use meat, fish, and poultry) . . . Vegetable soups, appetizers, salads, relishes . . . Even vegetable breads, pies, cakes, cookies . . . And more, as demonstrated over the years on The Victory Garden public television series.

A whole world of vegetable delight.
Marian Morash was “Chef Marian” for twenty-five years on television’s longest-running weekly garden series, The Victory Garden, on PBS. She has been named to the Food & Wine magazine Honor Roll of American Chefs, received Organic Gardening magazine’s Food Comes First Award, and was named by Cook’s Maga...
Title:The Victory Garden CookbookFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:384 pages, 10.95 X 8.45 X 0.9 inShipping dimensions:384 pages, 10.95 X 8.45 X 0.9 inPublished:July 12, 1982Language:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:039470780X

ISBN - 13:9780394707808

Appropriate for ages: All ages

Look for similar items by category:

From Our Editors

An incomparable variety of more than 800 enticing recipes, basic gardening information, shopping tips for nongardeners, preserving and serving hints in oversize format. The book has sold 250,000 copies to date. 300 color photographs.

Editorial Reviews

“Written with artistry and zest . . . absolutely crammed with intelligent observations. Marian Morash has done a tremendous job . . . She has inspired ideas about combining vegetables and insights about which flavors complement each other.” —James Beard, New York Post“A large, handsome volume . . . It contains basic information for growing almost any vegetable, but its real strength is in the imaginative, complete and explicit recipes for their use.” —Mimi Sheraton, The New York Times