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June 2011 Non-Fiction Book of the Month.
An inspiring book for both gardeners and cooks, which brings Italy to your table by growing your own produce. Simple gardening advice and delicious recipes. Whether you have a balcony, a patio, or space for a full kitchen garden, Sarah provides a wealth of easy-to-understand instructions and advice - tried and tested in her own garden. This is the perfect book for anyone who loves Italian food and would like to know how to grow it - even on a small scale.
In 2002 Sarah Fraser and her family moved to a ramshackle Italian farmhouse in Tuscany with dreams of self-sufficiency and a more 'down-to-earth' lifestyle. Seven years and three TV series later (Channel 4's 'No Going Back', 'A Year in Tuscany' and 'The Great Italian Escape'), Sarah has amassed a wealth of knowledge about cultivating Italian produce and what you can do with it. Basic information on how to get started, soil preparation, tools and choosing what to grow, is followed by information on individual vegetables, fruits and herbs, each with a delicious selection of recipes. If you've ever wondered why Italian food tastes so good, this is the book for you.
Publication date: 26/05/2011
Publisher: Pavilion Books an imprint of Anova Books
|Publication date:||26th May 2011|
|Publisher:||Pavilion Books an imprint of Anova Books|
|Genres:||Books of the Month, Cookery, Food and Drink, eBook Favourites, Home & Garden,|
|Categories:||Gardening: growing fruit & vegetables, National & regional cuisine,|
Sarah Fraser moved with her family to Tuscany in 2002 to renovate a dilapidated farmhouse - Casa del Sole. The family's adventures adapting to Italian life, running a guesthouse business, and striving for self-sufficiency were followed in three series for Channel 4 'No Going Back', 'A Year in Tuscany' and 'The Great Italian Escape'. Sarah now breeds Morgan horses and runs the farm shop between her developing her kitchen garden and testing recipes on family and friends.More About Sarah Fraser