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of the real pleasures of gardening is rushing from the garden to
the kitchen with an armful of freshly picked produce, ready to be
transformed into a tasty dish. At this time of the year, the vegetable
garden is a constant source of joy, but it's always good to find
a few new ideas to use all those harvested salad greens, tomatoes
Antonio Carluccio is
an Italian cook who just adores home-grown vegetables. He writes
lovingly about everything from leeks and lentils to turnips and
truffles, and his recipes are interspersed with nostalgic recollections
and useful pointers to help you make the most of your crops.
It's mouth-watering stuff
- just in time for summer entertaining.
Gardener, Issue 108, October 17-30, 2002, Page 28
Reproduced with permission from the former Weekend Gardener magazine. The views expressed here are not necessarily those of the RNZIH