By: Annie Thorton
What makes a recipe good: simplicity, sophistication and the ability to share it. In The Plant Recipe Book, Baylor Chapman brings 100 delectable recipes to the table, in the forms of living centerpieces and sides. Chapman was gracious enough to share one with us — just enough to whet your appetite.
This particular “dish” calls for a Masdevallia orchid and a shallow serving bowl. But, as with all recipes, there’s room for improvisation. If you can’t find either ingredient, Chapman suggests choosing items with a similar size and shape.
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