Know and Enjoy Tropical Fruit: Tropical Fruit and Nuts: a Cornucopia

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Enjoy tropical & rare fruit? Then these pages are for your pleasure; you are welcome to use the photos and text for personal use. Common and Latin names are linked to pictures and five groups of fruit have a good deal of written information on fruit usage, including recipes.

This book contains interesting details about 141 tropical fruit and nuts. Learn how to identify, harvest or purchase tropical fruit and nuts; learn how to store them and know when they are mature or ripe. Most importantly, Know and Enjoy Tropical Fruit explains how to eat these fruit and contains 333 cosmopolitan recipes. Extensive tables list each fruit’s vitamins, minerals, energy contents, botanical and common names and their fruiting periods.

Know and Enjoy Tropical Fruit is an excellent reference to tropical fruit and nuts and their uses. Tropical fruit is appealing and healthy. Frequent travel and fast international trade have made these fruit widely available. Knowledge opens the way to best appreciation. A unique book for the gourmet, adventure traveller and fruit lover.

Written by James J Darley the book has 192 printed pages on glossy art paper. 62 high quality colour photographs are integrated with the text. Hardcover binding with gold stamped spine. Attractive, colourful jacket. ISBN 0 646 135392

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About the author

The author, Jim Darley, lived for some years in Canada. Perhaps the lone cherry tree in his garden there inspired him to start, in northern Australia, a collection of tropical fruit trees, and this has become a consuming interest.

For the past eighteen years Jim and his family have enjoyed a one acre garden adjoining the Ross River near Townsville, North Queensland. This garden harbours a surprisingly large and varied collection of tropical fruit trees. For many years he has a keenly assimilated facts about exotic tropical fruit and nuts.

In 1981 Jim become foundation chairperson of the Townsville Branch of the Rare Fruit Council and he has maintained various position on the Branch's Executive since. 

In 1982 he wrote an Australian Bicentennial proposal for a palmetum in Townsville. This palmetum is now one of the world's outstanding palm collections. Professionally, Jim has written papers and made a major contributions to a botanical book in electron microscopy.

Experimenting in the kitchen is another of Jim's favourite activities; he constantly modifies his recipes and records with interest the varied reactions of his friends and neighbours as a taste testers.

He has wide experience in photography and has produced all the illustration in this book - most of which were taken in that garden by the Ross River.

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Publisher
P&S Publishing
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Published on
Dec 31, 1993
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Pages
186
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ISBN
9780646135397
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Language
English
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Genres
Cooking / Reference
Cooking / Specific Ingredients / Fruit
Gardening / Climatic / Tropical
Gardening / Reference
Gardening / Trees
Nature / Plants / Trees
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This content is DRM protected.
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Eligible for Family Library

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