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Markus Wagner / Petra Forster
Autumn and Winter Recipes with Root Vegetables

Roots, tubers and more are in season! Some plants store the vitamins and nutrients developed during the sunny daylight hours, where it is cool and they are protected from light. These products of the sun and other things we so urgently need for the colder season are stored within. But root vegetables are not only healthy, but can also be used in incredibly varied ways.

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Limo, Spritz & Brause 
Hildegard Möller
Soda, Spritzers and Fizz
Do it Yourself Sparkling Drinks

In summertime drinks need to be refreshing! Instead of buying drinks filled with sugar, try making your own sodas, fizzes and spritz drinks. They are free of artificial flavors and preservatives, using delicious flowers, herbs and fruit instead. And best of all, you can determine for yourself how much sugar they contain.

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Die Wildfrüchteküche 
Annette Kretzschmar
Cooking with Wild Fruits

What was taken entirely for granted in our grandparents’ kitchens has been almost entirely forgotten today: who still remembers that delicious foods and condiments can be made from barberries, mulberries and sea buckthorn? And so, with great imaginative and culinary flair, Annette Kretzschmar set off in search of the forgotten fruits that grow wild in nature.

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Mediterrane Kräuterküche 
Rita Kopp
Cooking with Mediterranean Herbs

Fresh herbs bring summer right to your table and stir memories of mild Mediterranean evenings spent enjoying delectable food and a glass of good red wine. With these recipes, you can conjure the magic of a vacation in warmer climes in your own home.

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Klassische Fischküche 
Annabelle Fagner / Tilmann Schempp
Classic Fish Cuisine
Freshwater Fish

When you eat fish, you’re taking part in a celebration. The pleasure of catching a fish yourself or acquiring a particularly beautiful specimen begs to be shared. Enjoying a meal of fish with good company or at a long table filled with family members is one of the highlights of our dining tradition. The huge variety of freshwater fish would even make it easy to go without seafood at all.

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Die Wildblumenküche 
Annette Kretzschmar
Cooking with Wildflowers

What gardener isn’t occasionally annoyed about dandelions or other unwanted plants in their yard? But the plants so unjustly written off as weeds have their positive aspects as well: they can be used to make any number of delicious foods. And at the same time, the lovely wildflowers – such as pansies, red clover or cuckoo flowers – look fabulously decorative!

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Paprikapesto & Pfirsichchutney 
Sabine Fuchs / Susanne Heindl
Pepper Pesto & Peach Chutney
Vegetarian and Vegan Sauces, Chutneys and Pestos

What would you think of a delicious spring herb pesto with fresh gnocchi, a piquant pistachio-curry sauce with grilled vegetables, or an exotic fig-date chutney with roasted potatoes?

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Suppen & Eintöpfe fürs ganze Jahr 
Isabella Grey
Soups and Stews for Every Season

Fall and winter are simply the best times of year for soups and stews. When it’s windy and snowy outside, being inside can be so warm and comfortable. The enticing aroma of soup simmering on the stove lends a cozy atmosphere to your home. But aromatic soups and stews can be prepared in the spring and summer, too.

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Für dich selbst gemacht 
Ira König
Homemade for You
The Best Gift Ideas from My Kitchen

Do you enjoy giving gifts? Preferably something you’ve made yourself? Whether it is homemade jam, freshly baked bread, chocolates, pralines, cookies or a jar of pickles – with this book and a little time you can create all kinds of unique, thoughtful presents for family and friends.

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Hokkaido, Zucchini und Co. 
Markus Wagner
Hokkaido, Zucchini & Co.
The Best Squash Recipes

Nearly forgotten for quite a long time, squash used to be a favorite in our grandmothers’ kitchens, one of the staple foods that can be prepared in countless ways. But recently it has made a comeback: what was once a simple food for poor people has become a delicacy that has few equals when it comes to versatility.

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