Contemporary Encyclopedia of Herbs and Spices
by Tony Hill (422pp) 2004
This exhaustive reference is packed with
need-to-know information on more than 350 flavor-enhancing herbs and
spices, from basic basil and bay leaves to Kaffir lime leaves,
Tunisian five-spice powder, and other exotic seasonings and blends.
Written by an international spice merchant who buys directly from
growers and knows how to make the most effective use of seasonings,
it features 200 color photographs plus descriptions that include
Latin names, countries of origin, and guidelines with recipes on how
to cook with each seasoning. Hardbound with beautiful dust
by Sandy Maine (96 pp.) 1999
Dozens of chemical-free recipes based on natural herbal products. Easy to understand information and colour photos.
The Lore of Spices
"Their History, Nature, and Uses Around the World"
by J.O. Swahn (208 pp) 1999
The Lore of Spices is one of the most beautifully
thought out spice books ever put together! This hard bound volume is
loaded with stunning full color images, art plates, and other
photographs covering every aspect of the spice world. From their
natural habitat to growing, harvesting, production, and handling.
This volume begins with a thorough historical look into the spice
trade and its effects on modern society. The number one reference
guide pertaining to spices for Mountain Rose Herbs. We are sure you
will have a hard time putting this stunning book down.
Naturally Clean Home
by Karyn Siegel-Maier (169pp) 1999
A truly superb and engaging book filled with fun
and fact. For those of us that are concerned about the amount of
poisons and chemicals entering our homes, this book is sure to save
the day. It is often said, that the best natural products are those
we make ourselves and this is a living testament to that.
with recipes, facts and resources.
Thoroughly covers natural
care of laundry, carpets, furniture, kitchens, baths and so much