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Zucchini

You Can Never Have Enough

by John Butler, introduction by Lois Hole

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published: May 2001
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Zucchini is one of the gardens' most prolific plants, but its bounty often leaves gardeners wondering what to do with the fruit, other than hiding them in unsuspecting neighbours' cars and mailboxes. Master Chef John Butler presents 100 fresh ways to use zucchini, from appetizers to main dishes, breads and biscuits, sweet treats and more.

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John Butler was a Master Chef who won awards and participated in culinary "star" teams in numerous international events. His recent cookbook was a phenomenal seller, with pre-publication orders of more than 100,000 copies.
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John Butler was a Master Chef who won awards and participated in culinary "star" teams in numerous international events. His recent cookbook was a phenomenal seller, with pre-publication orders of more than 100,000 copies.
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Editorial Reviews

".puts the modest green vegetable firmly in the limelight..." Sally Johnston, Edmonton Sun   


"Every now and then I come across a cookbook that should be required reading for any cook with a home garden. Zucchini: You Can Never Have Enough is one of them. If you've planted even one zucchini plant in your back garden this summer, this is the guide you need for putting the voluminous amounts of this vegetable you're about to harvest to excellent use." Farmer's Independent Weekly, August 2004


"This is a gem of a book - especially for those who have zucchini in abundance and don't know what to do with it all!" Kieran Leblanc, 5 stars on Goodreads


".destined to become a well-used addition to any cook's library." Judy Schultz, Edmonton Journal

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