Herb Mixtures & Spicy Blends

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Deborah L. Balmuth
Storey Publishing, Jan 1, 1996 - Cooking - 156 pages
An essential guide to dozens of easy-to-make recipes that use herb mixtures and spice blends to create healthy, tasty dishes without a lot of added salt or fat.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
1 Appetizers Butters and Dressings
11
2 Multipurpose Blends
29
3 NoSalt Blends
45
4 Meat and Seafood Seasonings
57
5 Make It Spicy
73
6 Italian Seasonings
85
7 Specialty Blends
99
8 Bread and Dessert Blends
111
9 Herbal Teas and Beverages
123
SUPPLIERS
139
CONVERTING RECIPE MEASUREMENTS TO METRIC
144
CUSTOM LABELS
145
INDEX
149
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About the author (1996)

Author Maggie Oster has been cooking since she was five years old. A trained horticulturist, freelance writer and photographer, Maggie has also written other Storey book titles including Herbal Vinegar and Herb Mixtures & Spicy Blends. In addition, she has written the books The Potato Garden, Flowering Herbs, Gifts and Crafts from the Garden and Recipes from an American Herb Garden. She attended graduate school at Cornell University, and was former editor of an indoor and container-gardening magazine based in Seattle, Washington. Maggie has also contributed to Rodale's Basic Natural Foods Cookbook, has written monthly columns for The Weekend Gardener Journal and Louisville Today magazines, and won an award for an article and photographs on cooking with edible flowers in The Newark Star-Ledger. She lives in Kentucky.

As Storey’s publisher and editorial director, Deborah heads up efforts to acquire and publish outstanding, long-lasting nonfiction books that support the company’s mission of promoting personal independence in harmony with the environment. She works with a group of passionate editors who seek out promotable authors with deep, hands-on knowledge and wisdom on topics ranging from gardening and farming to crafts, cooking, building, outdoor living, natural well-being, and creativity for both adults and children. Since joining Storey in 1993, Deborah has conceived and edited many best-selling titles that reflect her personal interests in herbal medicine, crafts, and nature journaling.

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