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Recipes from P. Allen Smith's Seasonal Recipes from the Garden by P. Allen Smith

Recipes from P. Allen Smith's Seasonal Recipes from the Garden by P. Allen Smith

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Recipes included in this excerpt:
Chilled Pea Soup with Bacon and Whipped Cream
Grilled Pork Chops with Zucchini and Peppers
Bacon Thyme Biscuits
After Thanksgiving Turkey Sandwich
Goat Cheese and Leek Tart
Brussels Sprouts
Grilled Pizza Topped 3 Ways

For P. Allen Smith's loyal fans and anyone looking for easy Southern-inflected recipes that use the garden's and seasons' bounty comes a celebration of seasonal food, including 120 recipes peppered with Allen's wit, personal anecdotes, gardening tips, and cooking tricks.

Countless gardeners have turned to P. Allen Smith for his expert advice about annuals and perennials, but now everyone with an appetite will appreciate what Allen has to offer in a new category of growing things: edibles. In his cookbook debut, America's best-known gardener celebrates the bounty of each season with recipes arranged by the time when flavorful fruits, vegetables, and herbs arrive at their garden-fresh best.

P. Allen Smith's Seasonal Recipes from the Garden features 120 recipes, 30 for each season. The recipes are Allen's favorites, most from his own kitchen and some adapted from family and friends. All are perfect for those who garden
themselves as well as for anyone who simply enjoys fresh food. He also shares the stories and memories evoked by each dish. The book includes a short how-to guide with information about the food he grows and some simple ideas on how readers can do the same.

To read more about P. Allen Smith or Recipes from the Garden please visit Crown Publishing Group at www.crownpublishing.com.
Recipes included in this excerpt:
Chilled Pea Soup with Bacon and Whipped Cream
Grilled Pork Chops with Zucchini and Peppers
Bacon Thyme Biscuits
After Thanksgiving Turkey Sandwich
Goat Cheese and Leek Tart
Brussels Sprouts
Grilled Pizza Topped 3 Ways

For P. Allen Smith's loyal fans and anyone looking for easy Southern-inflected recipes that use the garden's and seasons' bounty comes a celebration of seasonal food, including 120 recipes peppered with Allen's wit, personal anecdotes, gardening tips, and cooking tricks.

Countless gardeners have turned to P. Allen Smith for his expert advice about annuals and perennials, but now everyone with an appetite will appreciate what Allen has to offer in a new category of growing things: edibles. In his cookbook debut, America's best-known gardener celebrates the bounty of each season with recipes arranged by the time when flavorful fruits, vegetables, and herbs arrive at their garden-fresh best.

P. Allen Smith's Seasonal Recipes from the Garden features 120 recipes, 30 for each season. The recipes are Allen's favorites, most from his own kitchen and some adapted from family and friends. All are perfect for those who garden
themselves as well as for anyone who simply enjoys fresh food. He also shares the stories and memories evoked by each dish. The book includes a short how-to guide with information about the food he grows and some simple ideas on how readers can do the same.

To read more about P. Allen Smith or Recipes from the Garden please visit Crown Publishing Group at www.crownpublishing.com.

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Publish date: Dec 28, 2010
Added to Scribd: Oct 29, 2010
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At first glance this looked good. Eventually it became clear that it would only be useful if you have an extensive garden or a nut farm in the southern U.S.
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