Learn how to transform your cooking! Herbs have the ability to change the taste of food with their unique flavors and, by their very colour, add life to dishes by sprinkling them with fresh herbs bef
Let the fun begin — Grow. Preserve. Cook!
Learn how to transform your cooking! Herbs have the ability to change the taste of food with their unique flavors and, by their very colour, add life to dishes by sprinkling them with fresh herbs before serving, or as pretty and edible garnishes. Herbs also give the authentic taste to international cuisines.
Grow your own herbs (learn what conditions herbs like best) or purchase the many kinds of cut herbs available in supermarkets. When you have too much for cooking, you can use them up by drying, freezing, infusing into oil, vinegar, honey and syrups, or adding to butter, mustard, salt or sugar. In this book you will find everything you need to know, whether you are just starting an herb garden, or want to advance your knowledge of culinary herbs. The amazing recipes take you from appetizers to dessert and more. And enjoy some aroma therapy as you prepare.
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is a professional recipe developer for major food companies and food marketing boards. Author of several cookbooks, she is passionate about herbs and loves sharing her tips and tricks! She has lectured to master gardeners and horticultural societies for many years as well as on the cooking stages of consumer shows .
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"Yvonne is an expert at teaching about all aspects of fresh herbs including growing healthy plants, harvesting and preserving herbs for later use, as well as using them in her delicious recipes."
— Conrad Richter, Richters Herbs (North American supplier of herbs, www.richters.com)
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2022 Taste Canada Awards Finalist
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What are Herbs?
Growing Your Own Herbs
How and When to Harvest Herbs
Herb Honeys, Syrups, Sugars, and Salts
Salads and Dressings
Meat, Fish/Seafood, Eggs and Vegetarian Burgers
Pesto, Sauces and Salsas
Pasta, Rice and Grains
Vegetables and Legumes
Crackers, Biscuits and Breads
Herbal Teas and Beverages