Herb of the Year 2011
| Susan Belsinger, ed.|
A fresh look at a pungent root that is the source of festive dinner condiments, and has been for centuries. Horseradish has healthful benefits, many uses in the kitchen, and is one of the easiest herbs to cultivate in the garden -- all good reasons for getting to know it better. This book, published by the International Herb Association as part of their Herb of the Year celebration, provides a wealth of information from experts, industry members and herb lovers. Covers everything that one could want: growing, ancient history and lore, poetry, photography, illustrations, medicinal virtues, including a recipe for a special warming herbal salve, as well as mouthwatering recipes from "Fire Cider" to pungent sauces and savoury vegetable dishes.
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