NEW Edition: Edible Flowers: A Kitchen Companion with Recipes, now an eBook as well

Edible Flowers

You can order a SIGNED copy from me directly (see below)


Edible Flowers: A Kitchen Companion is now available as an eBook for ALL platforms:


San Diego Union Tribune, Dec. 16, 2015:

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Lavender Shortbread Cookies

Shortbread blossoms with lavender

Publication date: December 2015


Edible Flowers: USD15.95

Shipping media mail in the US ONLY: USD3.00

California tax if applicable:  USD1.30

I will ship signed copies in the US until December 18th, 2015, so you can have them in time for the holidays. I will happily bundle multiple copies. You can pay me via Paypal or by check. I can take credit cards over the phone (I am learning to use my new SQUARE on my iPhone.) For International shipping, please contact me.

Chefs Press, San Diego, CA

Completely revised and updated

A number of new recipes, with color food and flower photography throughout. A lovely gift book!

Preorder your copy today!

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Praise for the FIRST EDITION of Edible Flowers:


 Whether sweet of peppery, edible flowers always make a dish more refreshing and beautiful. Now with this pocket-sized guide, you can follow the lead of professional chefs who have reinvoked Victorian tradition by incorporating edible flowers into all types of dishes. . . Online purchase information.

“Informative 80 page hardcover includes history, lore, and inspiring photographs. . . easy to follow recipes include Begonia Strawberry Pie and Zucchini Blossom Frittata. . .” Lucy Wing, food editor, Country Living magazine, New York, April 1996

5 thoughts on “NEW Edition: Edible Flowers: A Kitchen Companion with Recipes, now an eBook as well

  1. Daryl Oran

    Hi Kitty! So excited to see you on TV!! congrats. Am very happy to see Edible Flowers make it’s comeback… I would like 3 copies… Love, Daryl

  2. Susan Osmanski


    I am the President of the Carlsbad Garden Club and would like to know if you address
    local groups; we would be especially interest in edible flowers as we grow a few!
    I think it would be a most interesting and educational program for our group!
    I look forward to your reply.
    Thank you for your time and consideration.

  3. Barbara Kinder

    I was not able to see your presentation in May 2016 to the San Diego County Herb Society. However, I did see one of your presentations, several years ago and enjoyed it very much. Would you be interested in talking about your most recent book and edible flowers to the Ramona Garden Club ?

  4. Louise Guerin

    Hi Kitty,
    Janet Crockett (Manager of The Huntington Store) forwarded a copy of your lovely book to our Botanical Director, Jim Folsom. He forwarded it on to me. We were wondering if you’d be willing/able to do a talk here at The Huntington Library with a book signing option. We have 2 different lecture series here at The Huntington. One is our 2nd Thursday Garden Talk series which I curate (afternoon talk); the other is the California Garden Series handled by Jim. Those talks take place on Sunday afternoon – usually the 4th Sunday in the month.
    Please let me know if you have an interest in participating in our talk program. We have a modest honorarium for our speakers which I’ll be happy to discuss if you feel that this would be something you’re interested in doing. Thank you for your time.

  5. Lee Somerville

    I recently reviewed the book for the San Diego Floral Association magazine, California Garden. (Loved it!)
    I’d be pleased to send you a copy if you send me an address.


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