Jane Grigson's Fruit Book

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Penguin, 1983 - Cookery (Fruit) - 508 pages
The companion to "Vegetable Book", this is an alphabetical guide to fruit, from apple, apricot and arbutus to sorb apple, strawberry and water-melon. The author adds fragments of history or poetry, and explains the "why' as well as the "how of cookery.

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Released in 1982 and 1978, respectively, these volumes combined offer nearly 1000 recipes, from banana and bacon rolls to spinach and mushroom pancakes. Just about anything you'd ever want to do with a fruit or vegetable is covered. Read full review

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