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Riassunto: Ila Hatter is a well-loved herbalist and folklorist from the mountains of Western North Carolina. She and her teacher and mentor, Marie Mellinger (one of the original contributors of the Foxfire book series) have put together a unique cookbook that pulls together 390 wild food recipes they have collected from Southern Appalachian cooks over a twenty-five year period. From Acorn Quick Bread to Wild Onion Soup to Persimmon Pudding, these tasty concoctions will tempt you to get out of the house and make the most of the treasure-trove of wild edibles right outside your back door. Along with folk uses and quotes, "Roadside Rambles" is full of how-to tips and tidbits of history on each plant. Illustrations for identifying the plants are included and many are also shown in Ila’s popular companion video series, "Wild Edibles & Medicinals of Southern Appalachia."
L'autore: Ila has been teaching wildcrafting for over twenty-five years and is on the staff of the Smoky Mountain Field School in the National Park. She is a featured speaker at the annual Smoky Mountain Wildflower Pilgrimage and the Cullowhee Native Plant Conference. Instructor: Great Smoky Mountain Institute, John C. Campbell Folk School and the Mountain Retreat Center in Highlands, NC
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Descrizione libro To order. write to Wildcrafting with Ila, 2001. Spiral-bound. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria DADAX0971203830
Descrizione libro To order. write to Wildcraft, 2001. Spiral-bound. Condizione libro: Very Good. Codice libro della libreria P020971203830
Descrizione libro To order. write to Wildcraft, 2001. Spiral-bound. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110971203830
Descrizione libro To order. write to Wildcrafting with Ila. Spiral-bound. Condizione libro: VERY GOOD. Very Good copy, cover and pages show some wear from reading and storage. Binding may have light creases. Lots of life left in these pages. Codice libro della libreria 2692445417