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Culinary Herbs By M.G. Kains
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In these days of jaded appetites, condiments and canned goods, how fondly we turn from the dreary monotony of the “dainty” menu to the memory of the satisfying dishes of our mothers! What... More > made us, like Oliver Twist, ask for more? Were those flavors real, or was it association and natural, youthful hunger that enticed us? Can we ever forget them; or, what is more practical, can we again realize them? We may find the secret and the answer in mother's garden. Let's peep in.< Less
CULINARY HERBS By M. G. KAINS
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If this book shall instill or awaken in its readers the wholesome though "cupboard" love that the culinary herbs deserve both as permanent residents of the garden and as masters of the... More > kitchen, it will have accomplished the object for which it was written.< Less
CULINARY HERBS By M. G. KAINS
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If this book shall instill or awaken in its readers the wholesome though "cupboard" love that the culinary herbs deserve both as permanent residents of the garden and as masters of the... More > kitchen, it will have accomplished the object for which it was written.< Less
Culinary Herbs By M.G. Kains
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How to plan, plant, cultivate, harvest, cure, and use herbs for cooking flavorful foods. Illustrated.
Culinary Herbs By M.G. Kains
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This e-book, first written in 1912, offers growing advice, uses, and descriptions of various herbs for the kitchen.
Culinary Herbs By Tammy Rodriguez
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Here is the most comprehensive and wide-ranging book devoted entirely to herbs. Revealing the enormous potential of herbs, this sourcebook includes information on planting, growing, and harvesting... More > herbs, as well as the main uses of herbs.< Less
Culinary Herbs Cookbook By Olga van Saane
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Culinary herbs cookbook, packed with beautiful pictures, and many tried and tested recipes & tips from the enthusiast herb gardener and food photographer.
Secrets of Culinary Herbs By Tom Waitt
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Ever wonder how top scale restaurant turn an ordinary dish into a spectacular one? Ever want to grow and use your own herbs in your cooking? Well Secrets of Culinary Herbs is over 100 pages packed... More > with experienced information on how to cultivate, harvest, cure and use your own herbs. With Secrets of Culinary Herbs all your friend will be asking for you recipes, wondering how you could make such delicious dishes. Preview to find out more!< Less
Culinary-Herbs By bubba starlight
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In the flavoring of prepared dishes we Americans - people, as the French say, "of one sauce" - A glance into a French or a German culinary department would probably show more than a... More > score; but a careful search in an American kitchen would rarely reveal as many as half a dozen, and in the great majority probably only parsley and sage would be brought to light. Yet these humble plants possess the power of rendering even unpalatable and insipid dishes piquant and appetizing, and this, too, at a surprisingly low cost. Indeed, most of them may be grown in an out-of-the-way corner of the garden, or if no garden be available, in a box of soil upon a sunny windowsill - a method adopted by many foreigners living in tenement houses in New York and Jersey City. Certainly they may be made to add to the pleasure of living and, as Solomon declares, "better is a dinner of herbs where love is, than a stalled ox with contention."< Less
Culinary-Herbs By bubba starlight
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In the flavoring of prepared dishes we Americans - people, as the French say, "of one sauce" - A glance into a French or a German culinary department would probably show more than a... More > score; but a careful search in an American kitchen would rarely reveal as many as half a dozen, and in the great majority probably only parsley and sage would be brought to light. Yet these humble plants possess the power of rendering even unpalatable and insipid dishes piquant and appetizing, and this, too, at a surprisingly low cost. Indeed, most of them may be grown in an out-of-the-way corner of the garden, or if no garden be available, in a box of soil upon a sunny windowsill - a method adopted by many foreigners living in tenement houses in New York and Jersey City. Certainly they may be made to add to the pleasure of living and, as Solomon declares, "better is a dinner of herbs where love is, than a stalled ox with contention."< Less