The Simply Grande Gardening Cookbook by Jean Ann Pollard

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At the Simply Grande Garden in Winslow, Maine, authors Pollard and Garrett grow vegetables for fifteen neighboring families, through the years handing out favorite recipes along with the daily harvest. The Simply Grande Gardening Cookbook combines these recipes with nuggets of Yankee garden know-how, resulting in a grow-and-cook book that brings 68 of the freshest vegetables to delicious perfection.
 

About Jean Ann Pollard

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Peter Garrett is a senior lecturer in the Centre for Language and Communication Research, University of Wales, Cardiff. He is editor of the journal Language Awareness and the book Approaches to Media Discourse.
 
Published June 15, 2001 by Burford Books. 256 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Cooking. Non-fiction

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Drawing directly from other books like Richardson's Wild Edible Plants of New England and James Trager's Food Chronology, this book will not add much new information to an extensive library.

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