Eat What You Grow: Easy Recipes for Backyard Homestead

Eat What You Grow Easy Recipes for Backyard Homestead When the summer garden provides than enough bounty these recipes provide delectable uses for the abundance Beginning gardeners will find simple tasty recipes for common garden variety fruits and veg

  • Title: Eat What You Grow: Easy Recipes for Backyard Homestead
  • Author: Rachel May
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 178
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When the summer garden provides than enough bounty, these recipes provide delectable uses for the abundance Beginning gardeners will find simple, tasty recipes for common garden variety fruits and vegetables The recipes are sorted by the main ingredient, so that the day s harvest can be prepared or preserved as desired This book answers the dilemma, what can I do tWhen the summer garden provides than enough bounty, these recipes provide delectable uses for the abundance Beginning gardeners will find simple, tasty recipes for common garden variety fruits and vegetables The recipes are sorted by the main ingredient, so that the day s harvest can be prepared or preserved as desired This book answers the dilemma, what can I do today with 10 pounds of zucchini or a peck of apples The recipes are arranged alphabetically starting with the vegetable garden and ending with orchard produce Don t overlook your local farmers market to supplement the family larder during the winter season The recipes contained in this book guarantee summer bounty throughout the year Wishing you abundant health, harvests, and happiness Rachel May

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    One thought on “Eat What You Grow: Easy Recipes for Backyard Homestead”

    1. Recipe BookThis is nothing but recipes. I like cookbooks, but I have most of these recipes in my current books. Mrs May must be a Yankee. ;) She commented her disbelief of pecan pie, and it made me giggle. Apple's are her specialty, I think, and it makes it worth reading.

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