1. 01/01/1989 Whether it's creating an herbal wreath for Christmas, a circular herb garden in April, a bridal bouquet in June, or a savory harvest feast, this lively book is brimming with dozens of exciting things to do with herbs every month. You'll learn to plant an indoor herb garden, make herb breads and...
  2. There has been much written on the pros and cons of various cookware. This collection references studies dealing with cookware and may provide some insights. Where you are in the world is important as the metalsused to producepots and pans vary widely. For example, one study indicates that 1/3 of...
  3. 01/01/1998 Tiny dried beans with the grand name of Cherokee Trail of Tears, melons with a fanciful moniker like Moon and Stars. Parsnips, raised underground in Wisconsin, with the tropical scent of coconut. Green tomatoes that taste ripe and wonderful. They're all heirloom vegetables--old-time varieties...
  4. 01/01/1999 Twenty years in the making, here is the long-awaited magnum opus from one of the world's great authorities on the history and use of food. This Companion is packed with 2,650 delightfully written A-Z entries--including 39 feature articles on staple foods--the vast majority penned by the renowned...
  5. Recipes for grains, vegetables, sweets, dairy products, poultry and meat dishes, and condiments are combined with advice in food preservation, gardening, beekeeping, raising livestock, soap making, and other farm and household activities.
  6. 01/01/1993 This book is a collection of the properties of basic foods materials and the processes by which these materials are prepared for consumption.
  7. 01/01/1981 Sets out to equip the sailor with the information needed to turn a boat into a survival retreat. Topics covered include - Gather and preparing edible seaweeds; Earning a living with your boat; Delicious no-fuel recipes; Survival tools; Long-term food storage; Vegetable gardening; Fully...
  8. The Family Preparedness Handbook serves as a compendium of family preparedness ideas. The main purpose of the handbook has been to organize some of the many ideas and methods currently available into a single volume to provide a framework on which families may rely for making the best of basics....
  9. 01/01/1972 his is a book about Burman and the foods they enjoy. - from American cake to Burmese Kaukswe -many dishes from other lands -Burma is considered a land of plenty, but some malnutrition -section on child care and feeding -a food shopping guide for Rangoon, Burma in l972
  10. This cookbook includes description of each seed and recipes to use the sprouts in.