Homegrown: Illustrated Bites From Your Garden To Your Table by Heather HardisonHomegrown: Illustrated Bites From Your Garden To Your Table by Heather Hardison

Homegrown: Illustrated Bites From Your Garden To Your Table

byHeather Hardison

Paperback | April 14, 2015

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Whether your idea of gardening is a tomato plant on your fire escape or a pumpkin patch in the yard, Homegrown is the ultimate guide to growing your own food and eating it, too! With clear and uncomplicated illustrations, author Heather Hardison guides readers through the process of planting, growing, harvesting, and preparing more than 25 of the tastiest, easy-to-grow vegetables and small fruits—such as spinach, kale, artichokes, and pears—and cooking them into seasonal, clean, and delicious offerings—including Fava Bean Crostini, Tomato and Watermelon Gazpacho, and Parsnip Hummus. Using Homegrown’s tips for stocking your own unprocessed pantry, growing your own herbs, and pickling and canning the last of your bounty, anyone can learn to eat from the ground up. Part cookbook, part gardening guide, Homegrown is the perfect excuse to start a small container garden, cook a few seasonal dishes, and see where it takes you!
Heather Hardison is an illustrator and sign painter for New Bohemia Signs in San Francisco and the creator of Illustrated Bites, a blog in which she shares culinary knowledge through illustrated and hand-lettered info-graphics. She lives in Oakland, California. 
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Title:Homegrown: Illustrated Bites From Your Garden To Your TableFormat:PaperbackDimensions:176 pages, 8 × 6.5 × 0.75 inPublished:April 14, 2015Publisher:Harry N. AbramsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1617691496

ISBN - 13:9781617691492

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"Homegrown is a gorgeous delight of a book. Equal parts gardening tips, tasty recipes, and knock-out illustrations, it made me want to go whip up a batch of creme fraiche and plant some fava beans."