People have had it with bland supermarket tomatoes and other genetically engineered, mass-produced, chemically coated fruits and vegetables. Yet most people imagine that growing their own food is difficult and requires a big backyard. In The Chef's Garden, Terence Conran combines his passion for quality cooking ingredients with his design flair to create productive kitchen gardens in difficult locations like tiny urban backyards or window ledges. The use of containers is explained in detail, with illustrations of garden designs drawn by Conran himself. This book explains how to grow over 100 of the best fruits, vegetables, herbs, and edible flowers suitable for containers, including rarities that cannot be found in supermarkets. There are twenty simple recipes, all devised by Conran to make the most of produce picked at the peak of freshness. Even if it's just a few herbs in a pot, people are eager for flavorful, more nutritious, home-grown food. The Chef's Garden shows how a well-designed kitchen garden can both look and taste good.
Cookbooks-Food-Wine, Cooking-by-Ingredient, Vegetables,