Win an AeroGarden Bounty indoor herb garden to fuel your pesto recipes all year long!
The Pesto Cookbook offers recipes for making more than 40 different pestos with a variety of herb combinations. To supplement your outdoor herb garden and keep the herb harvest bountiful through the year, author Olwen Woodier recommends using a hydroponic AeroGarden. Woodier starts new seeds in her AeroGarden monthly, ensuring she always has enough herbs to make fresh pesto. One lucky winner will receive an AeroGarden Bounty hydroponic garden, complete with touchscreen and an herb seed kit, along with a copy of The Pesto Cookbook.
- One copy of The Pesto Cookbook by Olwen Woodier ($16.95)
- One AeroGarden Bounty ($349.95) featuring:
- Soil-free indoor gardening system that grows plants 5 times faster than soil
- High-performance, full spectrum 45-watt LED lighting system with 24-inch extendable lamp arm
- Fully interactive touch screen control panel that tells you when to add water, reminds you when to add plant food, automatically turns lights on and off, and provides timely tips and on-screen help functions
- 9-pod gourmet herb seed kit that contains seeds for Genovese basil (×2), Thai basil, curly parsley, Italian parsley, thyme, chives dill, mint, plus 3 ounces of liquid plant food
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by Olwen Woodier
The classic pesto mixture of basil, garlic, olive oil, nuts, and Parmesan cheese is a popular favorite, but why stop at basil? Unlock the full potential of pesto by introducing into the mix other delicious herbs, including rosemary, mint, parsley, thyme, tarragon, and cilantro. This diverse collection of recipes for fresh pestos, pastes, and purées takes inspiration from cultures beyond Italy, with international delights such as Moroccan Chermoula, Brazilian Tempero Purée, and Peanut-Cilantro Pesto. In addition to 49 pesto recipes, 67 creative recipes for cooking with pesto show off how versatile these simple sauces can be.
Olwen Woodier is the author of six cookbooks, including The Pesto Cookbook and The Apple Cookbook. She has written about food for 35 years, including articles for the New York Times, Gourmet, Woman’s Day, and Family Circle. She offers cooking classes at her home, Glenfiddich Farm, in Leesburg, Virginia.
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