In this gorgeous cookbook, which was named the National Winner of the 2003 Tabasco Community Cookbook Awards, Shirley Kerins shares her wealth of knowledge about growing and cooking with herbs. Featuring a full range of dishes, from appetizers, salads, side dishes, soups and breads to entrees, preserves, desserts, and beverages, the book includes an innovative Pad Thai Pesto, a tried-and-true Herbed Vichyssoise, and a luscious Apple-Rosemary Tarte Tatin. Gardeners will find A Celebration of Herbs to be an essential reference, with information on cultivating, harvesting, drying, and storing herbs and an extensive listing of plant and seed suppliers in North America. Peppered throughout the cookbook are excerpts from the Huntington Library's collection of rare herbals and botanical books from the fifteenth to eighteenth centuries.
|Publication date:||6th July 2004|
|Publisher:||Huntington Library Press,US|
|Categories:||Cookery by ingredient,|
Shirley Kerins has lectured and taught classes on herbs for more than 25 years. She served as curator of the Huntington Herb Garden from 1984 to 1999 and now manages the Huntington's plant production and plant sales. She has appeared on various national and local TV and radio programs, such as Today in LA Weekend, Willard Scott's Garden Almanac, The New Garden, Good Food, and Talk of the City.More About Shirley Kerins