The Herb Lady Announces the First .99 Cent Recipe Collection

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The Herb Lady Announces the First .99 Cent Recipe Collection

Mesa, AZ (PRWEB) March 15, 2006

Cooks everywhere just can’t get enough recipes, and recipes featuring herbs are becoming more popular as folks turn to more health choices for their families. Looking for more taste and variety, cooks are adding herbs to everything from beverages to entrees.

Catherine, The Herb Lady has just released the first in a planned series of e-books. “The .99 Cent Basil Recipe Collection” begins the series with one of the most loved and used herbs in the world. Featuring recipes using either dried or fresh Basil, cooks can experiment with many of the 46+ kinds of Basil from their own gardens or look for fresh kinds at local farmers markets.

E-Books are purchased files you can download into your computer and read or print at your leisure.

When choosing more healthy choices in cooking many folks are reducing fat and salt, and winding up with ‘no taste’ meals. Herbs and spices, like wines, bring variety to the dinner table. If you “had” to cook chicken every night, using the abundance of herb and spice varieties, you can make it “wow, this is great,” instead of “Not chicken again!”

“Likewise vegetarian foods when prepared in proper proportions are incredibly healthy,” says The Herb Lady, “but can become monotonous and bland without a touch of herb or spice.”

Launching this affordable series, Catherine The Herb Lady wants to inspire the beginner, experienced, and experimental cook to look beyond ‘the box’ of cooking concepts.

The Herb Lady, author of “Edible Landscaping in the Desert Southwest: Wheelbarrow to Plate” is a gardener and cook who can’t stop experimenting in both arenas. She takes her successes (and failures) and turns them into fun, functional and fragrant ways to enhance your life.

She is currently working on a cookbook of 101 recipes due out late Spring 2006.

Herbs 2 U was founded to educate and inform folks on gardening with herbs, edible flowers and other edible plants, and then bringing those useful and flavorful plants into the kitchen and creating mouthwatering meals.

The Herb Lady’s column appears monthly in the East Valley Tribune, and her classes on growing and using edible herbs and flowers are offered in locations around the Valley of the Sun, including the Desert Botanical Garden and Boyce Thompson Arboretum.

A regular guest on this weekly program is broadcast on the net in Flagstaff (KVNA-AM 600 at 11am Saturday) and Queen Creek (KQCX 99.1 FM 1pm Friday)

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