The veg plot and fruit garden are the new starting points for the healthiest, best cakes - and with this book you can grow and bake 50 of the tastiest cakes with most of the ingredients not far from your fingertips, all the way from sowing ...
Author: Holly Farrell
Publisher: Frances Lincoln
The veg plot and fruit garden are the new starting points for the healthiest, best cakes - and with this book you can grow and bake 50 of the tastiest cakes with most of the ingredients not far from your fingertips, all the way from sowing the seeds to cutting the cake. Choose the best baking varieties for each recipe: grow long sweet parsnips to grate into parsnip cake, and short baby parsnips for a tarte-tatin. From blackcurrants for meringues to lavender for shortbread, from sweet potatoes to spinach, cherries to chillies, beetroot to basil, and ginger to garlic, all manner of vegetables, fruit, herbs and flowers can be found in a baker's kitchen garden.
101 activities to teach your child how to live green Wendy Rosenoff. Decorating
or sparkling sugars in sunflower yellow and emerald city green (www.indiatree.
com) Directions Organic cake and frosting mixes are available in many health
Author: Wendy Rosenoff
Raise a Greener Generation Teach your kids to be eco-conscious and spark their imagination with 101 interactive science, food and craft-based activities in Grow Your Own Tree Hugger. Each of the activities in this easy-to-follow book includes step-by-step instructions you can use to pass on sensible sustainable living behaviors your child will understand and enjoy. Among the 101 activities to choose from: • Teach pesticide-free pest control by hosting a special event to release ladybugs into the garden • Create a new tie-dyed T-shirt or easy-sew beach bag from recycled garments and accessories • Explore alternative energy by making a solar oven that really works Perfect for children ages 4 to 10, each activity includes a chat point for discussion, plus hundreds of websites for furthering your sustainable knowledge. Learn to Grow Your Own Tree Hugger - Our Planet is Counting on You!
bowl whatever flour happens to be left in the bottom of a bag, a casual handful or
two of sugar, the dried-up residue of a ... takes it out when she happens to think of
it and expects to be rewarded with a cake of superb flavour and perfect texture.
Author: Leonard Wickenden
Publisher: Read Books Ltd
“Gardening With Nature” is a classic guide to growing fruit, vegetables and flowers with a focus on using mainly natural means. With simple, step-by-step instructions and helpful diagrams, this volume is ideal for the eco-friendly gardeners with little previous experience. Contents include: “Fundamentals”, “Preparing and Repairing the Soil”, “The Care of Seedlings”, “Beginning the Young Plant Through Infancy”, “Vegetables – What to Grow”, “Vegetables – How to Grow Them”, “The Flower Garden – The Lawn”, “Small Fruits”, “Large Fruits – Reclaiming Old Orchards”, “Herbs – How t Grow Them”, etc. Many vintage books such as this are increasingly scarce and expensive. It is with this in mind that we are republishing this volume now in an affordable, modern, high-quality edition complete with a specially-commissioned new introduction on the history of gardening.
Cake. Method: 1. Grease the sides, inside edges and base of an 20cm baking
tray with margarine. 2. Peel and core 1 or 2 eating apples (enough to cover the
tray base). Slice and blanche them. 3. Sprinkle light brown or muscovado sugar
Author: Joe Hashman
Publisher: Hachette UK
Joe Hashman takes you outdoors and 'in amongst it' on the vegetable plot where seeds are sown, plants nurtured, fruits tended and crops harvested. The natural history of the garden is noted, too, and delicious and often unusual recipes supplied. With his guidance - and your gardening - your kitchen garden, vegetable patch or allotment will provide you with the good, fresh, honest and seasonal fruit and vegetables that Joe has a passion for. And he will also help you sustain the natural balance of your garden. Employing his own simple, tried and tested methods the author takes the reader week-by-week through the vegetable and fruit growing year. Contents: Introduction; February-January; Jobs to do each week; Veg on the menu: recipes; Glossary of terms; Index.
HAS-BEAN CAKE I adapted this recipe from a basic banana cake and couldn't
believe how perfectly it turned out. It is not only delicious but vegan, gluten free,
and contains no added sugar, so everyone can enjoy it. I have been feeding it to
Author: Sally J. Duffell
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Feeling menopausal and need some help? Did you know you can grow your own HRT? Sprouted foods are one of the world’s richest sources of plant hormones and not only the densest form of nutrients on the planet but also easy to digest. As we evolved on plant hormones, we have receptors in our cells looking for them and it supports our systems to get them back into our diets. "Grow Your Own HRT" shows the scientific proof of why some women menopause without problem and how you can become one of them. You find detailed instructions on how to grow hormone-rich plants on your windowsill in just two minutes a day. In addition, the author details how to self-diagnose, how much to take and which sprouts to grow for which symptoms. This book shows scientific proof that sprouted foods contain • Plant oestrogens • Plant progesterone • Plant sterols • Natural detoxifying nutrients. Plus all the studies on how sprouted foods help * Menopause symptoms * Cancer * heart disease * osteoporosis * dementia * diabetes * autism. Say no to expensive supplements, changing your whole diet and synthetic hormones. Grow your own HRT the way nature intended - it's quick, cheap and natural - you have nothing to lose.
If this is you then you must read it, and if you haven't started your cake business yet make sure you read it to avoid those issues.The book covers * How to price your cakes correctly * How to Command your worth for your cakes * How to ...
Author: Diana The Cake Biz Coach
Start or Grow your cake business the right way ! Whether you are running a cake business already and feel overwhelmed whilst earning less than the minimum wage maybe, or you are looking to escape the daily commute to become your own Cake Boss, then this is THE book for you!Hi, I'm Diana, The Cake Biz Coach, and I have owned my own cake business, taught cake decorating at University and as a qualified coach and mentor I have been helping folks to start or run a successful cake business for over 6 years.I now want to share all the knowledge and techniques I have learned over the past twenty years in order for you to achieve your cake business success. This book will inspire and motivate you to run your cake business in the right way avoiding the pitfalls of working long hours, for little money, and putting a strain on yourself and your family. If this is you then you must read it, and if you haven't started your cake business yet make sure you read it to avoid those issues.The book covers * How to price your cakes correctly * How to Command your worth for your cakes * How to stand out from the crowd* How to find and keep your ideal cake customer* How to effectively and efficiently market on and offline * How to manage your cake business time around your family * and much more .......
Beautifully packaged and easy to follow, this is the perfect book for keen gardeners, devotees of mindfulness, or simply those looking for calm in a busy and hectic world.
Author: Holly Farrell
Publisher: Hachette UK
Gardening, like mindfulness, is a way of finding a sense of calm in an otherwise chaotic world, a simpler existence, even if it is only for a few minutes. Both forge a connection to the world around us, to nature and wildlife, which can bring pleasure and peace. In this beautifully illustrated guide to gardening for mindfulness, horticulturalist and mindfulness practitioner Holly Farrell provides a blueprint for a more contemplative way to garden, including projects, meditations and inspiration. Projects for the mindful gardener, including growing something from seed, planting a tree and creating a mandala, put the theory of mindfulness into practice, while plant lists and design ideas aim to enhance mindfulness in the garden through the senses. Beautifully packaged and easy to follow, this is the perfect book for keen gardeners, devotees of mindfulness, or simply those looking for calm in a busy and hectic world.
Author: Pamella Z. Asquith
Publisher: Ballantine Books
A well-known pastry chef emphasizes natural ingredients with a minimum of sugar in her presentation of more than one hundred easy-to-make chocolate cake recipes
Growing indoors has never been easier or more fun. Become a star gardener without leaving your home with this beginner's guide to houseplants for the whole family.
Author: Holly Farrell
Publisher: Hachette UK
Growing indoors has never been easier or more fun. Become a star gardener without leaving your home with this beginner's guide to houseplants for the whole family. Whatever the size of your home, and even if you don't have much spare time on your hands, house plants are an exciting way to bring some low-maintenance greenery into your life. As well as looking luscious, house plants improve air quality and our sense of well-being - and caring for them is an endlessly enchanting hobby for both adults and children. See how a knobbly ginger root sprouts huge exotic leaves, or how plants can grow without any soil at all. Children can get up close and personal with the natural world and try their hand at growing with ease. Best of all, the plants provide year-round interest and there's never any need to go out into the rain. In RHS Little Book of Happy House Plants, every technique and project is explained and illustrated in clear, down-to-earth steps. Even beginners will want to have a go!