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Moosewood Restaurant Kitchen Garden: Creative Gardening for the Adventurous Cook

4.11  ·  Rating Details ·  166 Ratings  ·  11 Reviews
A guide to growing and using vegetables and herbs includes valuable tips on garden construction, gardening techniques, harvesting, and cooking techniques.
Title: The Moosewood Restaurant Kitchen Garden
Author: Hirsch, David P.
Publisher: Random House Inc
Publication Date: 2005/04/30
Number of Pages: 294
Binding Type: PAPERBACK
Library of Congress: 2005001136
Paperback, 304 pages
Published March 1st 2005 by Ten Speed Press (first published March 15th 1992)
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Cherie
Jul 24, 2008 Cherie rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: Venessa, Wanda
A This book made me so jealous of those who have gardens. Even if you don't own a garden, it still teaches you a lot about eating, cooking, and local gardening. A lot of yummy recipes in the book, along with tons of great recipe tips. I love Moosewood. I really want to visit it and eat their yummilicious food!
Robin
Jun 05, 2011 Robin rated it really liked it
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As a somewhat lazy urban gardener w/ small plot who likes to pick what she needs from her yard and add it to maybe not so local stuff, it's very helpful and inspiring. I have grown and eaten things I never thought I would.
Sarah
Feb 16, 2013 Sarah rated it really liked it
This book got me really excited. I really like the garden layouts they have AND the descriptions of the herbs and the edible flowers. Violets and roses are edible! That's pretty amazing. They aren't just pretty to look at!
Julia
May 24, 2011 Julia rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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I haven't gotten much novel reading done this month because I've been gorging myself on how-to gardening books from the public library (and putting them into practice). This is probably my favorite so far -- lots of great tips on individual plant care and also garden design.
Karen
Jul 15, 2009 Karen rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: anyone interested in a kitchen garden.
Lots of great info about food gardening, even with some less conventional plants and herbs. Good recipes, too. This was a good addition to my gardening reference collection, filling in some gaps left by other books.
Frank
Jul 20, 2007 Frank rated it it was amazing
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this will show you how to create a garden in any environment-from a pot of oregano on your windowsill, to building your own greenhouse.
Deb
Jun 17, 2008 Deb rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Another fun book from the cooks at Moosewood. It also includes a great section on herbs and gardening.
Sara
Aug 17, 2009 Sara rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
...i'm absolutely giddy thinking about next year's raised beds now! simply cannot wait to begin our veggie and herb garden...
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