GARDENING AND COOKING ON TERRACE AND PATIO by Dorothy Childs Hogner

GARDENING AND COOKING ON TERRACE AND PATIO

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KIRKUS REVIEW

For those whose growing-eating territory consists of terrace or patio, here are tips on planting and cooking to please eye and palate. Garden enthusiasts are told about useful types of containers, the planting of flowers and culinary plants, dealing with perennials and starting annuals, and, when frost threatens, how to winter plants. There are full menus for cooks, with some dishes prepared in the kitchen to complement those cooked over the coals or in the motorized grill the author favors for versatility. Particular attention is paid to herbs, with a royal herb cordial as grand finale. Satisfactory but not special.

Publisher: Doubleday