Summer Sale

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Summer is really in full swing now and I can hardly keep up with the bounty that is coming from the garden. To celebrate the summer holiday season, I’ve put the eBundle version of my pocketbook, Drinking the Summer Garden: Homegrown Thirst Quenchers, Concoctions, Sips, and Nibbles on sale for $6.99 (that’s 30% off) for one week only.

$6.99 eBook Bundle

For the price of one format, you get three files that will work on multiple devices:

  • The MOBI file is designed to work with all Kindle models
  • The EPUB file is an ebook format used by a variety of other devices and software (i.e. iPad, iPhone, Aldiko, KOBO)
  • The PDF is the closest approximation to the printed look-and-feel of the guide and can be used on the iPad, Nook, Sony Reader, KOBO, or on your computer using Preview or Acrobat.

The sale ends July 8.

p.s. If you’re looking for something easy yet impressive to make with all of that mint in your garden I recommend Crème de Menthe. Cheers!

Gayla Trail
Gayla is a writer, photographer, and former graphic designer with a background in the Fine Arts, cultural criticism, and ecology. She is the author, photographer, and designer of best-selling books on gardening, cooking, and preserving.

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7 thoughts on “Summer Sale

  1. Really enjoying this eBook bundle, but a question: I tried making the Creme de Menthe, and my jar is about halfway through the 2 weeks of settling. It’s turned a very dark brown color (much darker than the picture on the recipe). Is that okay?

    • It could be because you are using a different mint variety… there’s colour variation between types. It could also be heat. I’ve never had any plant matter rot in vodka (and I’ve put a lot of things into vodka), but if you’re concerned you can take it out. It’s probably been long enough to infuse. It should smell fresh and minty. If you smell or taste any rot, toss it.

    • p.s. I have found that the colour is darker and more on the brown side until after you add the sugar syrup. It lightens and brightens it up slightly.

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