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Edible Flowers by Monica Nelson
Hardcover $35.00
Nov 02, 2021 | ISBN 9781580935715

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Featured in The New York Times 2021 Holiday Gift Guide

“Featuring glorious photography by Adrianna Glaviano, the book Edible Flowers: How, Why, and When We Eat Flowers by Monica Nelson is part practical guide, history book and personal story—all organized alphabetically by each bloom’s common name.” 
—Cool Hunting

“The colorful world of edible flowers . . .​​ this guide takes floral food a few steps further, covering the history and common uses of flowers in the kitchen.” 
—Atlas Obscura

“A new book proves that these beauties are way more than just a garnish.”
—Thrillist

“This one is a true sensual experience between two covers.”
BookPage

“The 260-page guide provides digestible content that is not only beautiful but full of substance. Monica digs deep into the cultural history of each native species to build the most intricate profiles that go beyond the beauty of the flower.”
Architectural Digest

“More than 100 flowers feature in this cultural history of edible blooms, with lush photography.”
FT How To Spend It

“The history, culture and use of edible flowers is explored in a fragrant new tome.”
Wallpaper*

“A treat for organic farmers and anyone who loves to cook.”
—Library Journal

“. . . includes a lexicon of tasty blooms and what to cook with them.”
Globe and Mail Style Advisor 

“Beautiful photos by Adrianna Glaviano accompany many of the entries [and the] book itself is on the small side, and could easily be tucked into a backpack for reference by anyone who’s into foraging.”
Garden Design Online

“Edible Flowers is a thoughtfully assembled collection of stories and facts that reflect our ongoing relationship with the flowers we use to decorate and flavour dishes. It reminds us of the age-old traditions we uphold when planting, harvesting, and eating flowers across the seasons.”
—TOAST Magazine

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