Monday, April 13, 2009


Where on earth do we get our ideas for which tiny foods to make? Everywhere! The grocery store, farmer's markets, restaurants, cookbooks, food blogs, and magazines are all great places to get inspired.

One of our favorite recent sources of inspiration for fruits, veggies, and other edible plants is a gorgeous book put together by the folks at National Geographic. Appropriately enough, it's entitled Edible, and is stuffed with beautiful photos of all kinds of edible plants from all over the world. Not only does it have great photos, it also has all sorts of information about edible plants. It's a neat coffee table book to browse through (and salivate over!) Why limit your eggplants to the traditional purple kind when there are white or striped heirloom varieties?

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