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by Ellen Ecker Ogden

ePub From the Cook's Garden download
Author:
Ellen Ecker Ogden
ISBN13:
978-0060008413
ISBN:
0060008415
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Publisher:
Morrow Cookbooks; 1 edition (March 1, 2003)
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Gardening & Landscape Design
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Since 1984, The Cook's Garden has been the ultimate source for kitchen gardeners seeking European-style . Slightly out of date, but has great basic vinegrette recipes. Ellen Ecker Ogden has a newer book, The Complete Kitchen Garden which is more up to date.

Since 1984, The Cook's Garden has been the ultimate source for kitchen gardeners seeking European-style greens. One person found this helpful.

Books written by Ellen Ecker Ogden include The Complete Kitchen Garden, From The Cooks' Garden . From the Cook’s Garden (HarperCollins 2003) was my first cookbook, with recipes and stories from our family seed business

Books written by Ellen Ecker Ogden include The Complete Kitchen Garden, From The Cooks' Garden, and The New Heirlooom Garden. From the Cook’s Garden (HarperCollins 2003) was my first cookbook, with recipes and stories from our family seed business. The Vermont Cheese Book (2007 Countryman) was inspired by a local dairy farm who turned into a cheesemaker, along with 42 other cheesemakers along the Vermont cheese trail. I visited each cheese farm, to learn about their flock and their cheese.

The Complete Kitchen Garden. From the Cooks Garden. Growing and Using Basil. The New Heirloom Garden. Vermont Country Store Cookbook. The Vermont Cheese Book. The Art of Growing Food.

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by Ogden, Ellen Ecker. Open your mouth only if what you are going to say is more beautiful than the silience. The Kitchen Garden Book: The Complete Practical Guide to Kitchen Gardening, from Planning. 73 MB·4,505 Downloads·New! garden. Planting Plans for Your Kitchen Garden: How to Create a Vegetable, Herb and Fruit Garden in Easy. 84 MB·8,983 Downloads·New!

Cookbook author and garden designer Ellen Ecker Ogden and I met when we were still teenagers, starting out at. .

Cookbook author and garden designer Ellen Ecker Ogden and I met when we were still teenagers, starting out at William Smith College in Geneva, New York. We next met in the late 90s, when Ellen was the co-founder of the The Cook’s Garden seed catalog and we were standing in the middle of a field at The Farm at South Mountain in Phoenix, Arizona learning about biodynamic farming during a Chefs Collaborative retreat organized by Oldways. And we’re pleased to celebrate her recent award from The Massachusetts Horticulture Society where she was honored on September 8th for her contributions to the vegetable garden through her books and lectures.

with Ellen Ecker Ogden, author of of The Complete Kitchen Garden. salad-lover’s garden tips from ellen ogden. Direct sow your salad greens, says Ellen.

I’M RESOWING GREENS GALORE, spurred onward by the welcome shift in weather, and also by a chat with Ellen Ecker Ogden, author of of The Complete Kitchen Garden. Thanks to Ellen, my palette of ingredients to try is widening, and I’ve got several new variations on vinaigrette to taste-test, too. Get her advice below. You probably know Ellen as co-founder of The Cook’s Garden in 1984, a breakthrough seed catalog at the time (but since sold), and as author of the 2003 cookbook From the Cook’s Garden.

The Complete Kitchen Garden - Ellen Ecker Ogden . From Art to the Kitchen Garden. In this book you will find a range of kitchen garden designs that bridge the old with the new, building on the classic four-square concept, along with gardens that have contemporary appeal. A kitchen garden goes beyond the simple, straight rows of a vegetable garden to combine art and cuisine in ways that enhance the experience of growing food.

Let Ellen Ecker Ogden, author of the Vermont Cheese Book, be your guide. Learn new tricks directly from the pros during cooking demonstrations. Roll up your sleeves at one of the intimate, hands-on workshops. Together, you will explore a Vermont cheese plate with samples from delicate soft cheese to hearty blue. Learn how cheeses are made with behind-the-scenes stories and insights. Then, apply this knowledge to the art of wine and cheese pairing. Celebrate the harvest at Full Palette, southern Vermont's premier farm-to-table food festival. There's something for every palate, including a Junior Iron Chef competition for aspiring chefs aged 12-18.

Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Ellen Ecker Ogden books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Notify me. The Vermont Country Store Cookbook.

Vermont is the home of The Cooks Garden, America's premier organic seed catalogue. Since 1984, The Cook's Garden has been the ultimate source for kitchen gardeners seeking European-style greens, heirloom vegetables, radiant flowers, and pungent herbs. Each winter more than one million eager gardeners await the arrival of The Cook's Garden catalogue, looking forward to reading about new seed varieties as well as reliable classics.

Successfully growing vegetables, herbs, and flowers is just part of any gardening challenge, but what do you do once they are harvested?

Ellen Ogder's recipes are one of the most delightful aspects of The Cooks Garden catalogue. As Deborah Madison, bestselling author of Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone and Local Flavors writes in her foreword: "These recipes, which are entirely guided by the garden and choice of seeds that grow in it, bridge the gap between a dream on a page promised by a seed packet and how the seeds can be used in the kitchen."

Ellen's recipes are simple yet elegant and speak of freshness whether you harvest ingredients from your own garden or select them at your local store -- flavorful soups such as Zesty Lemon Cucumber Soup and Brilliant Butternut Bisque, salad combinations such as Arugula and Roasted Pear Salad, and Leaf Peeper's Carrot and Red Cabbage Salad, main courses such as Savory Vegetables in Polenta Crust or Herbed Chicken with Cider Sauce. Too many tomatoes or pears? Ellen offers ideas for preserving the bounty of any garden.

Illustrated with full-color woodcuts by Caldecott winner Mary Azarian and packed with topics from Ellen's favorite culinary herbs to favorite autumn vegetables, From The Cook's Garden offers a yearround garden of culinary delights.

  • Not easy to read. Same ole same ole recipies

  • Slightly out of date, but has great basic vinegrette recipes. Ellen Ecker Ogden has a newer book, The Complete Kitchen Garden which is more up to date.

  • can't wait to cook some recipies and wait for the harvest, great stories included and pictures.
    perfect for the person who wants to stay with nature and whole foods grown from your own garden

  • Really a beautiful book...oh, and the recipes sound good too! Very expensive production, a "story" cookbook, and simple wholesome recipes. Whats not to like?

  • My husband and I have been customers of the Cook's Garden seed catalog for over a decade. We might be an example of your worst nightmare, or wildest dream--we're foodies who became so fanatical about using only the best, freshest, in-season, organic ingredients that we now have a 10-acre organic farm where we do market gardening. We do all this so we can and do grow vegetables you see in this beautiful publication.
    Other than its high production values, what is so special about this book? It presents an extraodinarily wide variety of produce as delectable dinner-time treats. For me, it gives depth to my already broad repertoire of veggie dishes. As an added bonus, I can give this cookbook to our friends and family who are reluctant to try cardoons or don't know that beets and chard come in a rainbow of colors. Suddenly, it's OK to give them strange veggies, because they know what to do with them. For those of you who don't know the joy of strolling through your own kitchen garden to decide what's for dinner, you can now stroll with confidence through the trendiest green grocer or farmers market, pick up what ever is freshest, and in season, and head home knowing you can find a delightful way to prepare and enjoy your find.
    We've tried several of the recipes. They're yummy! All are inspiring.
    And if you decide to try growing your own, remember there are those who farm many acres that started with a single grow box for fresh salad greens on the deck of their townhouse.
    This makes eating your vegetables a joy!

  • What a great book for those who garden and then desire to use what they grow in nutritious, delicious, and provident ways. The recipes are tasty, and the book is folksy, not stuffy. Nicely organized and easy to navigate. I turn to it often when the bumper crops of tomatoes, squash, and peppers come along each summer.