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Chef's Garden: Fresh Produce from Small Spaces


by Terence Conran


Growing your own produce can be compulsive—the process of sowing, tending and harvesting crops brings gardeners a sense of satisfaction, along with the supply of fresh vegetables, herbs, and fruit. Acclaimed designer Terence Conran, known for his beautiful indoor rooms, now turns his attention outside, as he combines a passion for fresh cooking ingredients with his well-documented decorating flair and invention. Conran shows how to create a kitchen garden in the tiniest of spaces, covering the very best fruit, vegetables, herbs and edible flowers to cultivate there. He even includes hard-to-find rarities like mizuna greens, and crops with a “fugitive” flavor that are best eaten freshly picked. There’s advice on design, planting, timing, harvesting, storage, and even 20 inspiring sample recipes, all colorfully presented.
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