E. Cooper

(REAL NAME)
Emma Cooper & Hen Solo
Helpful votes received on reviews: 92% (428 of 467)
Location: Oxford, UK
In My Own Words:
I'm a freelance writer, photographer and podcaster. I'm also a keen gardener and I live in Oxfordshire with my husband Pete and three pet chickens - Princess Layer, Chewbucka and Cluck Skywalker. (RIP Hen Solo)

 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 12,703 - Total Helpful Votes: 428 of 467
L'herbier érotique : Histoires et légendes des pla&hellip by Bernard Bertrand
5.0 out of 5 stars A beautiful book, 3 Mar 2014
Plant geeks will appreciate this book, which shows (potentially) aphrodisiac plants in all their herbarium-sheet glory. Combined with the history and ethnobotany of aphrodisiac plants, it's a must-have for the bookshelf. Except it won't fit on the shelf, because it's really tall :)
6 x 12" Grow Your Own Vegetable - Christmas Cracke&hellip
4.0 out of 5 stars Strong arms required, 22 Mar 2013
These crackers look lovely, and the seeds, hats and jokes they contained went down well. However, they are made of strong paper and it was hard work to pull them. OK for people in their prime, but too much for anyone young or infirm or just plain puny!
Making the Most of Your Glorious Glut: cooking, st&hellip by Jackie Sherman
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Jackie Sherman's new book ably fills any gaps in your inspiration when the novelty of the first courgettes has worn off and you're struggling to convince your family that courgette cake really is tasty.

Chapter 1 is all about storage methods, so you can keep your harvest in tip top condition for as long as possible. Chapter 2 looks at the list of common crops and gives you ideas on how to use them.

Chapter 3 beings the recipes portion of the book with starters and salads, and includes fruit soups. Chapter 4 is side dishes, and chapter 5 is main meals. Chapter 6 is desserts, chapter 7 is bread and cakes. Chapter 8 is preserves, chapter 9 is on bottled fruit and… Read more

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