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Courtyard Kitchen: Recipes and Growing Tips for Herbs and Potted Fruits

Natalie Boog

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Murdoch Books
22 April 2015
Cookery, food & drink; Cooking with herbs & spices; Gardening: herbs
Herbs and potted fruits thrive in small, easy-to-maintain spaces - in courtyard pots and troughs, on decks or balconies or in window boxes. Herbs are inexpensive to pot and grow and add wonderful flavour to the simplest dish - and of course there's nothing quite like cooking with home-grown ingredients.

Courtyard Kitchen is prefaced with simple tips and hints on selecting the best herbs for your space and setting up and maintaining them; it includes essential information on seasons, cropping times and basic plant care. Following this are more than 80 simple fresh food recipes with clever flavour-matching ideas based around a specific herb or potted fruit theme - basil, mint, coriander, lemon, parsley, strawberry, thyme, rosemary, chilli.

There are risottos, roasts, pizzas, salsas, salads, soups, recipes for pasta, polenta, couscous; there are sorbets, cakes, biscuits and treats - delicious, easy recipes that celebrate the sheer pleasure of home cooking with herbs you've grown yourself.
By:   Natalie Boog
Imprint:   Murdoch Books
Country of Publication:   Australia
Dimensions:   Height: 240mm,  Width: 190mm,  Spine: 25mm
Weight:   950g
ISBN:   9781760110659
ISBN 10:   1760110655
Pages:   240
Publication Date:   22 April 2015
Recommended Age:   From
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Natalie grew up in a household in which everyone cooked. Her first cooking experience, age eight, was French toast - and she hasn't looked back since. A self- taught home cook, her recipes are tried and tested, simple and full of flavour. Natalie is an experienced food photographer who has shot a range of cookbooks, and freelances for Sydney Morning Herald's Good Living. Running a fruit and vegetable co-op prompted her to write a food blog and from that the idea for this book was born.

Reviews for Courtyard Kitchen: Recipes and Growing Tips for Herbs and Potted Fruits

It's a great cookbook you can use over and over again. --Sandra's Kitchen Nook, 3/30/2016


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