This indispensable guide from The Herb Society of America takes the guesswork out of using herbs in the garden and in the kitchen by providing detailed information for cultivating a wide variety of herbs, along with easy-to-follow recipes ...
Author: Katherine K. Schlosser
Publisher: LSU Press
Fresh herbs offer a healthy and delicious way to spice up any meal, but growing and cooking with these delectable plants are endeavors fraught with uncertainty. What herbs will grow year-round on my kitchen windowsill? What foods complement rosemary? Which part of a lemongrass plant has the best flavor? Can I really eat the geraniums growing in my flower bed? This indispensable guide from The Herb Society of America takes the guesswork out of using herbs in the garden and in the kitchen by providing detailed information for cultivating a wide variety of herbs, along with easy-to-follow recipes that will surely impress even the most discerning palate. Ranging from Alliums (onions, chives, and garlic) to Zingiber (ginger), the volume's first section provides horticultural information for each of the sixty-three herbs found in the National Herb Garden's Culinary Garden, including common and botanical names, family, place of origin, hardiness, and general light and soil requirements. Botanical sketches accompany many of the entries. Each entry also includes a short history of the herb, gardening basics, and suggestions for using the herb in your kitchen. Culinary herbs without Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS) Status are included in a separate section, with an explanation of their history and ornamental value. An informative introduction to this section compares several different definitions of the word herb, explains the advantages of fresh over dried herbs, describes the proper storage and use of spices, and suggests the best timing and methods for harvesting herbs. In the second part of the book, HSA members offer classic and creative recipes for more than two hundred dishes incorporating a variety of herbs. Learn how to use the aromatic and flavorful herbs in your garden to enhance stews and casseroles, create dips and pestos, and add a new dimension to your favorite liqueurs. Among the mouth-watering recipes featured are Lemon Basil Tea Bread, Chicken Linguine with Fennel and Tarragon, Five-Herb Pasta Salad, and Rosemary Fizz. The concluding section of the book contains a fascinating personal tour of the two-and-one-half-acre National Herb Garden, which lies in the heart of Washington, D.C., at the center of the United States National Arboretum, and of its various themed areas, including the Knot Garden, the Antique and Heritage Rose Garden, the Dye Garden, the Colonial Garden, the Native American Garden, the Beverage Garden, the Medicinal Garden, and many others. Complete plant lists accompany the description of each garden. Green thumbs and gourmets alike will find inspiration in these pages to look at herbs in new ways -- perhaps to see beyond their cupboards and into their own yards for ways to liven up their meals -- and will gain the knowledge and confidence to grow and use herbs effectively. More than a gardening book, more than a cookbook, The Herb Society of America's Essential Guide to Growing and Cooking with Herbs will prove to be an indispensable companion for all herb lovers.
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Author: Ernest Small
Publisher: CRC Press
Many edible plants considered exotic in the Western world are actually quite mainstream in other cultures. While some of these plants are only encountered in ethnic food markets or during travels to foreign lands, many are now finding their way onto supermarket shelves. Top 100 Exotic Food Plants provides comprehensive coverage of tropical and semitropical food plants, reviewing scientific and technological information as well as their culinary uses. Wide-ranging in scope, this volume’s coverage includes plants that produce fruits, vegetables, spices, culinary herbs, nuts, and extracts. A user-friendly format enables readers to easily locate information on botanical and agricultural aspects, economic and social importance, food uses, storage, preparation, and potential toxicity. The book also contains an introductory chapter that reviews important historical, economic, geopolitical, health, environmental, and ethical considerations associated with exotic food plants. Thoroughly referenced with more than 2000 literature citations, this book is enhanced by more than 200 drawings, many chosen from historical art of extraordinary quality. This timely volume also highlights previously obscure edible plants that have recently become prominent as a result of sensationalistic media reports stemming from their inherently entertaining or socially controversial natures. Some of these plants include the acai berry, kava, hemp, and opium poppy. A scholarly yet accessible presentation, the book is filled with numerous memorable, fascinating, and humorous facts, making it an entertaining and stimulating read that will appeal to a broad audience.
When giving information on herbs to grow for culinary use, be sure to add the proviso that herbs in cooking are always ... Organizations such as e Herb Society of America (www.herbsociety.org) and many cookbooks and culinary schools oer ...
Author: Kristie Lorette
Publisher: Atlantic Publishing Company
Category: Business & Economics
Today's health conscious society has redefined how many people look at small business in the food and health industry, you must not only greatly understand how to provide the newest and most effective herbs: you must understand how to differentiate, provide information, and most of all reach your customers before any one else. Competition is fierce and success can be short lived if you do not understand how the market operates. Herb businesses operating on the Internet alone have increased by more than 1000 percent since 2002 according to PEW Internet Research and that means a whole lot of people have tried their hand in this market. Whether you w ill he operating out of your home or you are looking to buy or rent office space. this book can help you with a wealth of startup information, from how to form and name your business to deciding whether this will he a joint venture or whether you would rather work solo. Valuable information on forming a partnership, LLC, corporation, or sole proprietorship the four types of business formations, is included, as well as the legal implications of each. The herb industry is booming, but there are still only a handful of experts and success stories, and for this hook, they have been contacted and their expertise added to the pages within to help y on understand what works and what doesn't. You will learn how to develop your product and y our brand and how to create special events and services that cad' boost your herb business and get your name out. Learn how to expand your business and enter the market effectively and what you need to do to take advantage of new and popular herbs as they are introduced to the market. This hook is a compendium of everything a potential herb salesperson needs: don't let it pass you by.
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Lib . , Chicago The Herb Society of America's Essential Guide to Growing and Cooking with Herbs . Louisiana State Univ . 2007. c.376p . ed . by Katherine K. Schlosser . illus . bibliog . index . ISBN 978-0-8071-3255-5 . $ 29.95 .
Author: Melvil Dewey
Includes, beginning Sept. 15, 1954 (and on the 15th of each month, Sept.-May) a special section: School library journal, ISSN 0000-0035, (called Junior libraries, 1954-May 1961). Also issued separately.
Herb Society of America, it regularly offers teaching workshops: 202-245-2726.3501 New York Ave. ... Herbs: Partners in Lise by Adele G. Dawson is a guide to cooking, gardening, and healing with 70 wild and cultivated plants, ...
Author: Carla Emery
Publisher: Sasquatch Books
Category: House & Home
#1 — The Best Country and Rural Living Books* #1 — 15 Best Homesteading Books for Beginners in 2021** For more than 50 years, this homesteading classic is the essential book of basic skills and country wisdom for living off the land, being prepared, and doing it yourself. Keep your family healthy, safe, and independent--no matter what's going on in the world. From homesteaders to urban farmers, and everyone in between, there is a desire for a simpler way of life: a healthier, greener, more self-sustaining, and holistic approach that allows you to survive and thrive—even in uncertain times. With its origins in the back-to-the-land movement of the late 1960s, Carla Emery’s landmark book has grown into a comprehensive guide to living a self-sustaining lifestyle. Learn how to live independently in this comprehensive guide, including how to: * Can, dry, and preserve food * Plan your garden * Grow your own food * Make 20-minute cheese * Make your own natural skincare products * Bake bread * Cook on a wood stove * Learn beekeeping * Raise chickens, goats, and pigs * Create natural skincare products * Make organic bug spray * Treat your family with homemade remedies * Make fruit leather * Forage for wild food * Spin wool into yarn * Mill your own flour * Tap a maple tree And more! Basic, thorough, and reliable, this book deserves a place in urban and rural homes alike. This 50th anniversary edition includes updated resources. * Bookscrolling.com ** OutdoorHappens.com
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Home Gardener’s Herb Gardens is the essential guide to growing herbs and designing, planting, improving, and caring for herb gardens.
Author: David Squire
Publisher: Fox Chapel Publishing
Home Gardener’s Herb Gardens is the essential guide to growing herbs and designing, planting, improving, and caring for herb gardens. People now use herbs in their cooking on an everyday basis and there's nothing nicer than being able to go out into your garden, snip some fresh herbs and put them straight into the pot. The beauty of an herb garden is that it does not have to be big - it can be part of a larger garden or it can merely be a window box. More than 330 color illustrations and diagrams, backed with easily followed text, help gardeners at all skill levels learn to buy, plant, tend, and harvest a rich bounty of herbs. Complete herb identification and growing instructions are provided for annuals, biennials, bulbs, herbaceous perennials, and shrub-like herbs. There are also planting patterns for a compact cartwheel garden, corner and narrow planting beds, and formal herb gardens, and much more—plus information on preparing herbs for culinary use.
Many recipes , growing tips and herbal craft suggestions are included . ... More than 50 herb garden designs created by members of The Herb Society of America and landscape design architects . ... Growing Herbs — A Guide to Management .
Author: Bobbi A. McRae
Lists mail order sources; books, newsletters, and videos; national and local organizations; public gardens; and festivals related to herbs and herbiculture
749 entries to scientific and popular books. Includes "some of the best works in the field, representative examples of poor ones, and some unusual titles." Arranged in 2 parts covering general reference sources and source materials by subject areas. Each entry gives bibliographical information and abstract. Contains a directory of organizations, associations, and groups. Author/title and subject indexes.
Further information is available from the Herb Society of America Plant Collections , 9019 Kirtland Chardon Rd . , Kirtland , OH 44094 , Telephone ( 440 ) 256-0514 . TIPS TO GROW TEN POPULAR HERBS working together can achieve a dream .
Author: Allan A. Swenson
Publisher: Taylor Pub
Readers will discover how to grow the tastiest vegetables and most glorious flowers, improve their landscape to boost their property values, and have gardens that are the envy of their neighbors using this compilation of gardening know-how. Original.
Good lists and charts , plus chapters on growing and marketing herbs and herb products . 240 pages , paperback , $ 10.95 . The Herb Gardener : A Guide for All Seasons by Susan McClure ( Garden Way Publishing , 1996 ) .
PRESS The Herb Society of America's Essen- tial Guide to Growing and Cooking with Herbs ( Sept. , $ 29.95 ) , edited by Katherine K. Schlosser , blends detailed information on herb cultivation with a variety of easy recipes .
Your Indoor Herb Garden has given me a complete new set of tools with which to alter the moods of consumers, and myself. Anyone interested in human health and wellbeing should get hold of this book immediately. It's frankly brilliant.
Author: DJ Herda
Publisher: New Society Publishers
The complete how-to guide for growing herbs indoors for health, vitality, and culinary zest. Learn how to grow herbs for health, for taste, and for life with Your Indoor Herb Garden, a comprehensive guide to growing herbs indoors. Featuring all the tips and guidance you’ll need to grow and harvest organic culinary and medicinal herbs right in your own home. Coverage includes: Techniques for successfully growing herbs indoors Equipment, soil types, and feeding Why indoor herb gardens are an important part of life, from cooking to healing Herbal medicine Herbal history and lore An annotated glossary of herbs, including their common uses, growing requirements, cautions, and more. Growing herbs indoors leads the list of the healthiest and most useful indoor activities we can do. Herbs can clean the air of toxins, provide oxygen and humidity, and help vanquish our psychoses. And they’re tasty! This is the ideal practical guide for gardeners and cooks with an interest in healthy living and fresh flavors looking to create their own indoor herb garden anywhere. Praise for Your Indoor Herb Garden “As a behavioral science expert, I've spent 30 years advising and altering people's behavior. Helping big brands make their brands all that more appealing by tapping into the psychology of consumers. Your Indoor Herb Garden has given me a complete new set of tools with which to alter the moods of consumers, and myself. Anyone interested in human health and wellbeing should get hold of this book immediately. It's frankly brilliant. And there was me thinking herbs were just . . . herbs.” —Phillip Adcock commercial psychologist, author, Master Your Brain “A fascinating, beautifully-illustrated guide to growing and using herbs to enhance your life, from ancient supernatural rituals to present-day cooking and medicinal purposes.” —Janet Kay author, The Sisters “[A] beautiful and easy-to-understand book. From the history of herbs to their medicinal value and the “ins and outs” of using them. Great stuff. Dig in!” —Dr. Al Danenberg periodontist, certified functional medicine practitioner, certified primal health coach
A Source Book for Those who Grow and Use Herbs Rosella Feher Mathieu ... been done with various herbs . The Herb Society of America gives assistance without charge to those of their members who wish to start a cottage garden industry .
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Home Gardener's Herb Gardens is the essential guide to growing herbs and designing, planting, improving, and caring for herb gardens.
Author: David Squire
Publisher: Creative Homeowner
"Home Gardener s Herb Gardens "is the essential guide to growing herbs and designing, planting, improving, and caring for herb gardens. People now use herbs in their cooking on an everyday basis and there's nothing nicer than being able to go out into your garden, snip some fresh herbs and put them straight into the pot. The beauty of an herb garden is that it does not have to be big - it can be part of a larger garden or it can merely be a window box. More than 330 color illustrations and diagrams, backed with easily followed text, help gardeners at all skill levels learn to buy, plant, tend, and harvest a rich bounty of herbs. Complete herb identification and growing instructions are provided for annuals, biennials, bulbs, herbaceous perennials, and shrub-like herbs. There are also planting patterns for a compact cartwheel garden, corner and narrow planting beds, and formal herb gardens, and much more plus information on preparing herbs for culinary use."