Grow Cook Eat is a gorgeous garden-to-table handbook that fills in the blanks between growing food in the garden and using it in the kitchen. With 50 guides to the best-loved vegetables, herbs, and small fruits, Willi offers easy-to-follow planting and growing advice and specific instructions for harvesting and storing all the edible parts of the plant, including uncommon but delicious extras like pea shoots and arugula blossoms. Each guide concludes with a simple recipe that celebrates the flavor of fresh food.
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Check out the links below for recent radio, print and television interviews.
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Iced Herbal Tea, Food & Wine, August 2011
The Passionate Foodie, Sunset, April 2009
Praise for the Book
“Here’s a book for our times. It schools us to become better cooks by extending our reach beyond the kitchen. Grow the right kind of Swiss chard, not just pick it out at the market. Cook the perfect potato you’ve stored for winter, instead of boiling one that’s stored for you. Eat these recipes and you’ll find them delicious, but the real flavor here comes from the story, and the satisfaction of eating what you grow.”
—DAN BARBER, executive chef and co-owner, Blue Hill and Blue Hill at Stone Barns