Charming stories and recipes from a home gardener, Susie Middleton, who started it all with a small farm stand at the end of her driveway. She features interesting recipes with plants that she grows. I liked that the recipes were grouped by season, so plants that would be growing together at the time are in recipe together.
A lot of the recipes have new twists to it Gingery Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp with Brown Sugar-Pecan Topping that I can not wait to try! The Spicy Green Beans from the High Summer chapter also look interesting, and I always seem to grow a lot of green beans. I'm glad there was also a dessert recipe for all of those extra zucchini and a bunch of recipes for winter squash.
As a bonus, the end of the book contains design plans for a farm stand, indoor seed starting station, raised garden beds and a chicken coop.
A great book for any gardener who would like more recipes to use their in-season produce with or an indiscriminatory farmer's market shopper.
This book was received for free in return for an honest review.