- Paperback: 192 pages
- Publisher: Kyle Books (5 April 2012)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1856269868
- ISBN-13: 978-1856269865
- Product Dimensions: 20.7 x 1.8 x 25.2 cm
- Average Customer Review: 12 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 42,311 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Urban Kitchen Gardener Paperback – Illustrated, 5 Apr 2012
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Chillies on the window ledge and mouse melons on the patio. Tom Moggach sees food growing potential everywhere and shows you how to turn it into imaginative meals.' (Lindsey Bareham, food writer)
Tom has captured his knowledge, vast experience and infectious passion for growing and cooking in this exciting new book for urban gardeners. He shows that even the smallest of outdoor spaces can be productive and hugely rewarding. (Joe Swift, garden designer and broadcaster)
Tom Moggach offers a lesson on how to make greens exciting for children - with help from his mouse melons. (Evening Standard)
I loved this book: the tone is encouraging and enthusiastic, the recipes mouth-watering and the photos by Laura Hynd are beautiful, making this the ultimate edible gardener's guide. (BBC Gardens Illustrated)
He aims to revolutionise the way we cook and believes that with a few unusual finishing touches of exotic herbs, busy folks can make instantly interesting meals. (Metro)
Great for gardening beginners, it takes different fruit, vegetables, herbs and even edible flowers, and tells you how t grow them, including tips and recipes for cooking with your home-grown bounty. (Grazia)
A fun, quirky guide that not only offers 150 recipes that you actually want to try, but plenty of practical advice for growing in a small space. (The Edible Garden)
Growing food is different in the city: life is faster and space is tight. So it is vital to focus on only the most rewarding edible plants. In this book, the author selects his best city crops, from the familiar chillies and strawberries to the more unusual Japanese shiso and Mexican mouse melons.See all Product description
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