1. Vegetables from Amaranth to Zucchini: The Essential Referenceis at once an encyclopedia, a produce market manual, and a treasure trove of recipes. With produce specialist Elizabeth Schneider as your guide, take a seed-to-table voyage with more than 350 vegetables, both exotic and common. Discover...
  2. Gardening cooks will love using Renee's cookbook, illustrated with the beautifully executed drawings of Mimi Osborne, Renee's Garden artist. This 165 page book is a separate and original collection of over 300 different recipes for easy to prepare dishes emphasizing fresh ingredients, wonderful...
  3. This book includes almost three hundred recipes for a great variety of vegetables, fragrant herbs and edible flowers.
  4. Recipient of the Benjamin Franklin Best New Voice Award for Excellence! This ideal, to-the-point guide describes how to remain healthy without eating red meat, fish or poultry. Over 130 recipes that are creative and easy-to-follow, are ultra low-fat, require no exotic ingredients, and follow the...
  5. Local Bountyshows how a vegan diet, already healthful and environmentally sustainable, yields even greater advantages when seasonal foods are used in the recipes. Ripe produce is at the peak of its flavor and nutritional value. Less fossil fuel is needed to bring local fruits and vegetables to...
  6. 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...
  7. Forbidden Fruits and Forgotten Vegetables is filled with recipes that will round out every meal and inspire even the most unadventurous of cooks. It's the perfect complement to any shelf of general cookbooks.
  8. At last it's here, a definitive cookbook starring fruit from one of America's most popular food writers, Nicole Routhier. Author ofThe Foods of Vietnam--awarded the Cookbook of the Year in 1990 from both the James Beard Awards and the IACP--Ms. Routhier has had a love affair with fruit since...
  9. 1998-06-17 “A Commonsense Guide,”Uncommon Fruits & Vegetablesby Elizabeth Schneider is the acclaimed classic resource on the wide array of delectable fruits and vegetables currently available to shoppers and chefs. A treasure trove of invaluable information on how to choose, store, and prepare all kinds...