Summer Delights: Growing and Cooking Fresh Herbs
By Noel Richardson
Published in 1991 by Whitecap Books
Rating: 4 / 5
It’s hard to name a dish whose flavor cannot be subtly enhanced by adding fresh herbs. Much more nutritionally complete than dried herbs, fresh herbs make your food look and taste better.
The nineteen herbs featured here offer a wide range of tasty and tangy recipes that show off their unique characteristics. Plus, there are expert tips on growing and harvesting the herbs. If you have a backyard garden or just a window box, you’ll be able to grow them all easily because every one is hearty and can adapt to a wide range of conditions.
But if you just enjoy the fresh garden taste of herbs in your dishes, you’ll relish the scores of favorite recipes that showcase each herb’s unique flavor.
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