3 edition of Culinary herbs found in the catalog.
|Statement||by M. G. Kains.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 143 p.|
|Number of Pages||143|
|LC Control Number||12029401|
Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs, by Scott Cunningham Llewellyn Publications Scott Cunningham is one of those authors that people generally either love or hate. It arrived today and I am blown away! I once had occasion to try this method upon about 25 acres of land which had been made by pumping mud from a river bottom upon a marsh thus converted into dry ground by the sedimentation. Suffice it to tell that the whole quantity was ruined, not a pinch was saved.
They are "mother's sweet herbs. Since the weather is prone to be coy, if not fickle, the manual part of transplanting should always be properly done. What can recall the bridal year so surely as this same kindly lavender? To judge by the general result after the plants were up, the seedsman might justifiably have guaranteed the seed to germinate about per cent, because each boy declared that he sowed his rows thinly.
Marigold, a composite, forms a clique by itself, the most exclusive club of all. For my own part, I rely upon my hands. It arrived today and I am blown away! By an unforeseen circumstance the fragments remaining from this last stew did not continue the cycle and disappear in another pie. The leaves are served as a garnish for laksa, beef pho and with spring rolls and dipping sauce. In this way the fresh, dry, warm air comes in contact first with the herbs most nearly dried, removes the [Pg 27] last vestige of moisture from them and after passing through the intervening trays comes to those most recently gathered.
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These are placed either in hot sunlight or in the warm kitchen where warm air circulates freely. Very few members have they admitted that do not belong to two approved families, and such unrelated ones as do reach the charmed circles must first prove their worthiness and then hold their places by intrinsic merit.
Strawberries and onions, carrots and currants, potatoes and poppies, apples and sweet corn and many other as strange comrades, all grow together in mother's garden in the utmost harmony. Basil Ocimum Basilicum, Linn. Hardy perennial English thyme Thymus vulgaris grows about 1 foot Culinary herbs book its tiny, pungent leaves add mild tang to fish, pork, poultry, and vegetables.
Parsley varieties belong to three principal groups, based upon the form of the foliage: 1 Plain varieties, in which the leaves are nearly as they are in nature; 2 moss-curled varieties in which they are curiously and pleasingly contorted; and 3 fern leaved, in which the foliage is not curled, but much divided into threadlike parts.
Grieve's native Britain but also the rest of the world, and is a worthy investment for anyone interested in horticulture, botany, herbalism, or plant folklore. The variety of radish chosen should be a turnip-rooted sort of exceedingly rapid growth, and with few and small leaves.
Winter Herbs are sage, rosemary and thyme. If possible such times should be avoided, because of the extra work entailed and the probable increased loss due to the unfavorable conditions.
Whoever relishes the summer cups that cheer but do not inebriate may add considerably to his enjoyment by using some of the sweet herbs. Spading Fork All these are familiar friends; but what are those plants near the kitchen?
For zesty citrus flavor and pretty yellow-green foliagetry lemon thyme T. This is one of the cases in which the gardener may well make the best of however bad a bargain he has. If they were to rely upon me for business, they would soon go bankrupt. A warm, open shed where the air circulates freely is an admirable place, since the natural temperature of the air is sufficient in the case of seeds to bring about good results.
Firming the soil completes the operation. We may find the secret and the answer in mother's garden. Many gardeners like to use a dibble for transplanting. There is much less danger of leaving a hole with the flat than with the round dibble, which is almost [Pg 44] sure to leave a hole beneath the plant.
Other memories cling to the delicate little lavender, not so much because the owner of a well-filled linen closet perfumed her spotless hoard with its fragrant flowers, but because of more tender remembrances.
Thai or holy basil complements Thai and Southeast Asian dishes. Includes information on medicinal usage, scientific background and taxonomy, cosmetic use, folklore, and medical contraindications of herbs and plants.
Interestingly, the book actually seems to take on a slightly Christianized slant, and I don't think it was necessarily written with Pagans as the target audience. While not an herb book per se, Morrison leads readers through the magical aspects and process of gardening.
Chop bunches of more robust herbs like parsley in the food processor. Much of what is included comes from the diaries and journals of early Colonial settlers, and there is a good amount of space devoted to Native American farming techniques as well.
An advocate of healthy eating, Kloss wrote about holistic methods of healing and living—including less meat and grains, more veggies and fruits.Types of Herbs.
To the right is a list of the most commonly used culinary herbs. Click on each listing for a guide to what foods each herb is best paired with. These herbs are great flavor enhancer's, especially if you are trying to cut down on salt.
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G. Kains's Culinary Herbs: Their Cultivation Harvesting Curing and Uses consists of 1 parts for ease of reading. 1 Using Spices and Herbs 3 In this overview of spices and herbs, I teach you how to buy, store, use, and preserve them and present some mythology, medicinal properties, and flavor combinations.
2 Spices and Herbs at Home 19 Here you’ll learn how to grow your own spices and herbs, and how to preserve their flavor in vinegar or oil. LibriVox recording of Culinary Herbs: Their Cultivation, Harvesting, Curing and Uses by Maurice Grenville Kains.
Read in English by crystalarmeta; Sarah B. This book describes use and care, and growing of herbs for cooking, healing and other interesting miscellaneous information related to herbs. This book is a modern-day herbal. Rather than exploring the medicinal properties of herbs, this book is a gardening-and-cooking culinary herbal, focusing on the smells and tastes offered by certain plants.
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