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The Herb and Flower Cookbook is a cookery book with a difference. Here, you can take your cooking to the next level by cultivating aromatic plants to use when creating unusual and seasonal recipes that are fresh and full of flavour. With over 60 mouth-watering recipes, there is something to suit every occasion, whether a dinner party, family gathering or even just a quick meal for after work. The book is split into 6 chapters and contains such dishes as Pea, purslane and pansy salad, Cheesy ham and chive "shepherd's pie", Raspberry, rose and mint tiramisu, and Geranium sunset. This ingenious book also contains a simple yet practical growing guide which features over 30 herbs and edible flowers, with instructions specific to each on when, where and how to plant, when to pick and what to plant it with. A flavour thesaurus suggests the foods it works with, the taste and how it should be eaten. And although each of the 60 recipes heroes a particular herb or flower, be it sweet or savoury, alternatives are given in case there is a need for an appropriate substitute. The beauty of this book is that these edible plants can be grown in even the tiniest of spaces and are a way to improve your gardening ability, enhance your culinary skills and ensure you impress your friends and family with every meal.
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'This fresh, aromatic and pretty food is perfect for this time of year. There are instructions for growing herbs an flowers...plus 60 delicious ways of using your own produce.'--BBC Good Food Magazine, 1 June 2014
'A stylish, practical guide to growing an cooking a variety of herbs and edible flowers.'--Bookseller Buyers Guide, 1 February 2014
'A cookbook with a difference.'--Elle Decoration, Sunday 1 June 2014
'It's a very of the moment approach to growing-you-own, as well as flavouring, food.'--Living South Resident, Thursday 1 May 2014
'Full of home cooking ideas, it gives a whole new meaning to flower power.'--Red, Saturday 1 February 2014
'I'm a sucker for fragrant food, especially when its unexpected, and this book is full of unusual dishes...just in time for summer.'--Saga, Thursday 1 May 2014
'His delicious recipes with unusual flavour twists also offer alternatives for his suggested flavourings, so you won't miss out, even if you would rather just eat your greens than grow them.'--Simple Things, Thursday 1 May 2014
'Be inspired to get into the great outdoors - however small your space - by this rather lovely new book from the Lifestyle Editor of Red magazine...with 60 delicious recipes from in which you can enjoy the fruits of your labour.'--The Grove Resident, Thursday 1 May 2014
'If you only have a tiny space and fancy growing for the kitchen, you don't have to compromise on a pretty display. For Pip McCormac it all started with an empty south-west facing balcony in Borough, South London.' --The Sunday Times, 30th March 2014
'Cooking with herbs and flowers is a really wonderful way to add distinctive style to your culinary repertoire. And in Pip McCormac's new book, The Herb and Flower Cookbook, you'll discover how to grow exciting new varieties and well-loved classics, then pick from a fabulous collection of recipes to tantalise your taste buds.' --Homemaker, June 2014
'Whatever the size of your outdoor space, Pip McCormac's pretty dishes using home-grown aromatic and edible plants will bring a delightful new dimension to your cooking.'--Hello! 2nd June 2014
'Whether you're throwing a chic dinner party, treating yourself to breakfast in bed or prepping your packed lunch for the week, try some of Pip's accessible, easy, and above-all, delicious recipes.' --Women's Fitness, August 2014
Pip McCormac is the Lifestyle Director for Red Magazine overseeing all the food and interiors content in the best-selling women's monthly title in its field. He formerly worked as the Food and Interiors Editor at Sunday Times Style and he has also created a recognisable voice for himself with his popular recipe review blog Pip Cooks The Books. He has now transformed his central London balcony into the mini Hanging Gardens of Southwark - it contains every herb that you could possibly imagine.
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