By Natalie Boog
Herbs and potted culmination thrive in small, easy-to continue areas - in courtyard pots and troughs, on decks or balconies or in window packing containers. Herbs are low-cost to pot and develop and upload extraordinary flavour to the easiest dish - and naturally there's not anything rather like cooking with home-grown ingredients.
Courtyard Kitchen is prefaced with uncomplicated advice and tricks on choosing the right herbs to your area and establishing and keeping them; it comprises crucial details on seasons, cropping occasions and easy plant care. Following this are greater than eighty easy clean nutrition recipes with smart flavour-matching rules established round a particular herb or potted fruit topic - basil, mint, coriander, lemon, parsley, strawberry, thyme, rosemary, chilli. There are risottos, roasts, pizzas, salsas, salads, soups, recipes for pasta, polenta, couscous; there are sorbets, brownies, biscuits and treats - scrumptious, effortless recipes that remember the sheer excitement of domestic cooking with herbs you've grown your self.
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Courtyard Kitchen: Recipes and growing tips for herbs and potted fruits by Natalie Boog