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san j
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Wow! Take a look at these two beautiful cookbooks from Nigel Slater, especially (but not exclusively) if you grow your own foods:

Ripe: A Cook in the Orchard http://latimesblogs.latimes.co.....by-nigel-slater.html
This cookbook contains more than 300 recipes.

Tender: A Cook and His Vegetable Patch http://britishfood.about.com/od/bookreviews/gr/nigelslatertender.htm
This cookbook contains over 400 recipes.

An Englishman grows his own produce. Beautiful pix. Lovely language. Important tips. Really gorgeous. Available in Hardcover or for Kindle.


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Wish I had and Orchard, the Tender sounds like a fun read as well, have you these books??
Wish I had a Kindle. I've marked it maybe later this summer or next fall.


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Thanks, I'll look these over next time I'm loafing at Barnes & Nobles. I do have to be carefull what the recipes are about and if I can grow or get the ingredients locally.
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Wish I had and Orchard, the Tender sounds like a fun read as well, have you these books??
Wish I had a Kindle. I've marked it maybe later this summer or next fall.


I prefer actual books, but you can download ebooks directly to your computer at Amazon.



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Thanks, I'll look these over next time I'm loafing at Barnes & Nobles. I do have to be carefull what the recipes are about and if I can grow or get the ingredients locally.


You'll find these inspiring, for sure.
You can, to an extent, "Look Inside" at Amazon.
Ripe was only just released a week ago - its US version, that is.



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