About the book

Reviews and Interviews for Greek Revivial from the Garden:

"Patricia Moore-Pastides's Greek Revival from the Garden is a new kind of book—a family cookbook—that shows adults and young adults how to grow food and how to transform it into delicious, nutritious meals. Here are superb Mediterranean-inspired recipes and instructions for growing that are reassuring and expert. But more than simply a cookbook or a gardening primer, it's a guide to living more fully, more completely, in today's kitchens."—Matt Lee and Ted Lee, authors of The Lee Bros. Charleston Kitchen

"Patricia Moore-Pastides has created an inspiring and entertaining guide for young people taking the plunge into growing their own food and then cooking it! She combines the magic and beauty of gardening with some fifty scrumptious garden-to-table recipes for beginners that will get fingers off the electronics and into the dirt."—Amanda McNulty, Clemson Extension agent and host of the Emmy Award-winning Making It Grow!

"Food can be a gift when it is scrumptious and delights our senses, and at the same time supports good health. This book offers us many such gifts."—Kelly D. Brownell, director, Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity, Yale University



"As a garden editor and lifestyle expert, I'm constantly asked what trends I see. Hands down, the biggest is vegetable gardening. This rekindled love with the land, a passion for healthier food, and the resurgence in DIY can be credited to one group in particular
—fearless, inexperienced gardeners who are eager to learn. Is garden to table just another trend? No, it is here to stay, especially with advocates like Patricia Moore-Pastides, who offers irresistible enthusiasm and an enduring commitment to educating. This companion to Patricia's first book,Greek Revival: Cooking for Life, shares not only practical gardening advice, but also can-do recipes that anyone can make. Go ahead and get over the fact that the pages will become well worn. This is a book you'll reach for time and again, no matter your level of expertise."—Rebecca Bull Reed, associate garden editor, Southern Living