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From Seed to Plate

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The best way to get fresh, tasty ingredients is to grow your own. Italians have known this for centuries, and no Italian house, apartment, school or office is complete unless it has a little bit of space in which to grow tomatoes, herbs, salad leaves and whatever else can be crammed in. From Seed to Platecovers that very Italian tradition of growing to cook, using recipes ...more
Hardcover, 224 pages
Published March 2nd 2009 by Simon & Schuster UK
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Stephen Keague
Oct 08, 2012 Stephen Keague rated it it was amazing
This book is a delight, a little confused but in a really good way, an identity crisis, unsure whether to be a cookbook, a gardening book or a guide to Italy. Greatfully it is all of these things. The best way to get fresh, tasty ingredients is to grow your own. Italians have known this for centuries, and no Italian house, apartment, school or office is complete unless it has a little bit of space in which to grow tomatoes, herbs, salad leaves and whatever else can be crammed in. This book ...more
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