Ethnic Culinary Herbs: A Guide to Identification and Cultivation in Hawaii
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144pp. November 1999
Ethnic Culinary Herbs: A Guide to Identification and Cultivation in Hawaii
Author: Staples, George W.; Kristiansen, Michael S.; Illustrator: Monden, Susan;
Ka Palapala Pookela Award of Merit for Excellence in Illustration, 2000

Cilantro, lemon grass, and ginger root provide the distinctive flavor of many Asian and Pacific Rim dishes. In Hawai'i these herbs are used in everyday cooking as well as in the elaborate cuisine created by some of the Island's most innovative chefs. Yet
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"A true guide to some of the more popular tropical herbs.... A valuable addition to the culinary or horticultural library of most serious gardeners and cooks interested in ethnic herbs." --Economic Botany 54 (2000)

"Well-organized, well-researc

Author: Staples, George W.; Kristiansen, Michael S.; Illustrator: Monden, Susan;
George Staples encountered many of the herbs described in this book when he cultivated a plot at the Honolulu Community Gardens. He enjoys exploring Honolulu's produce markets, nurseries, and craft fairs and practicing "culinary botany" -



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