A is for Awesome! The aprons in this book are too cute. I am going to make about 5 of them at least. If you want a good apron book then get this one. I actually picked this one up at the Library.
Eliot Coleman is such a fantastic farmer and author. This book is a great read packed with excellent info. I love that he explains how the farm has arrived at the materials and methods they use. He explains all the alternative methods they have tried and gives lots of instruction on using the growing methods of Four Season Farm. If you want to learn more about growing vegetables year round, get this book. I recommend getting his book 'The New Organic Grower' for complete organic success.
The tone of this book is fun and easy to read. Lots of practical info for the new hobby farmer. I will surely use this book in the future to help guide me through the start up process. Sarah Beth Aubrey is writing from experience.
Yummmm! Need I say more. Well, guess I should. I love this book. It begins with the 'need to know' stuff. It provides education on the molds, starters, and methods used in cheese making. The recipes are organized in an 'easy' to 'most difficult' arrangement. I'm going to buy all the stuff for making some soft cheeses and get started soon.
The projects in this book are very cute. I plan on making many of them including that scarf on the cover. This is also a book I picked up at the local library.
Another library book. The toys in this one are so cute! I'm going to make the pink elephant and the cute little alligator first.
Teza from Teza's Garden sent me this book after a drawing he held. I won something. I never win stuff. You can imagine my excitement to win a gardening book. Well, it's not a book on how to garden but a book about a gardener in his garden. I'm loving it so far. The authors writing is witty and fun. I find myself smiling as I turn the pages, imagining the battle with brambles. Thanks Teza!!!
I haven't started this book yet. It's next on the hit list.