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Top Three Asparagus Cookbook Reviews

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Asparagus Cookbook

Filled with vitamins and minerals, high in fiber, and low in sodium, the asparagus is as healthy as it is tasty. To rejoice this versatile veggie pick up one of these top three asparagus cookbooks and try out some delicious recipes today. 


1. The Asparagus Festival Cookbook – Jan Moore, Barbara Halfy, Glenda Hushaw


The three-day asparagus festival has drawn numerous ardent asparagus lovers during the fourth weekend in April ever since 1986. This fabulous asparagus cookbook showcases the prize-winning recipes from cook-offs past and present, with dishes to entice even the fussiest vegetable eaters. No longer will you be just steaming or boiling this vegetable. The wide array of recipes that will be presented to you is truly staggering. This 95 page recipe book will tell you how to make dishes like Asparagus Sherry Cake, Asparagus Enchiladas, and Asparagus Margaritas, things you would never dream of conjuring on your own. To wow your family and friends, pick up the asparagus cookbook today.



2. From Asparagus to Zucchini: A Guide to Cooking Farm-Fresh Seasonal Produce - Madison Area Community Supported Agriculture Coalition 


This instructive and user-friendly cookbook rejoices sustainable farming with a huge variety of tasty recipes for seasonal, farm-fresh produce. From peas, peppers, and potatoes to basil, bok choy, and burdock root, From Asparagus to Zucchini draw attention to the finest of seasonal cuisine from around the nation. 

Revised and updated third edition presents 420 recipes for more than 50 vegetables and herbs. There are dishes from growers, farm members, and home cooks who love vegetables. Individual sections on community supported agriculture, the advantages of eating locally, seasonal cooking, recipes for children and a whole lot more.

Asparagus to Zucchini


3.Stalking the Wild Asparagus – Euell Gibbons


Euell Gibbons was one of the few people in this country to spend a considerable part of his life to the exploration of “living off the land.” He hunted out wild plants all over North America and used them to make some toothsome dishes. His book contains recipes for vegetable and casserole dishes, breads, cakes, muffins and twenty various pies. He also explains how to make several kinds of jellies, jams, teas, and wines, and how to sweeten them with wild honey or homemade maple syrup.



Enjoy these fantastic top three asparagus cookbooks that are all easily available online on This review should help you figure out which cookbook is suited for you.


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