Pittsburgh offers more activities than much larger cities. For example, entertainment options abound in a city with its own ballet, opera, and symphony and visiting Broadway series. For the younger crowd, Pittsburgh is Kidsburgh (dinosaurs and so much more!). And locals and visitors alike enjoy a seemingly endless array of arts and cultural attractions—many bequeathed by the industrialists who defined the city’s past. Recognized for its renaissance, the area has a certain Old World charm that mixes harmoniously with the emerging high-tech culture. It’s also one of the country’s greenest regions in more than one way, offering premier outdoor recreation as well as a record number of sustainable buildings, many housing attractions open to the public. The surrounding vista stuns, with urban views that provide both chills and romance. And distinct neighborhoods reveal their own unique character, offering enticements in all corners. There’s much to do in the city’s heart or within a short drive. Smart and friendly, Pittsburgh promises a mighty welcome. And this book offers a guide to anyone who wants to make the most of their time in this hip and historic destination.
Reinhart begins with the simplest French bread, then moves on to familiar classics such as ciabatta, pizza dough, and soft sandwich loaves, and concludes with fresh specialty items like pretzels, crackers, croissants, and bagels. Each recipe is broken into "Do Ahead" and "On Baking Day" sections, making every step--from preparation through pulling pans from the oven--a breeze, whether you bought your loaf pan yesterday or decades ago. These doughs are engineered to work flawlessly for busy home bakers: most require only a straightforward mixing and overnight fermentation. The result is reliably superior flavor and texture on par with loaves from world-class artisan bakeries, all with little hands-on time.
America's favorite baking instructor and innovator Peter Reinhart offers new time-saving techniques accompanied by full-color, step-by-step photos throughout so that in no time you'll be producing fresh batches of Sourdough Baguettes, 50% and 100% Whole Wheat Sandwich Loaves, Soft and Crusty Cheese Bread, English Muffins, Cinnamon Buns, Panettone, Hoagie Rolls, Chocolate Cinnamon Babka, Fruit-Filled Thumbprint Rolls, Danish, and Best-Ever Biscuits.
Best of all, these high-caliber doughs improve with a longer stay in the fridge, so you can mix once, then portion, proof, and bake whenever you feel like enjoying a piping hot treat.
From the Hardcover edition.
A new generation of bakers and millers are developing innovative flours and baking techniques that are designed to extract the grain’s full flavor potential—what Reinhart calls “the baker’s mission.” In this lushly photographed primer, Reinhart draws inspiration from these groundbreaking methods to create master recipes and formulas any home baker can follow, including Sprouted Sandwich Rye Bread, Gluten-Free Many-Seed Toasting Bread, and Sprouted Wheat Croissants.
In many instances, such as with sprouted flours, preferments aren’t necessary because so much of the flavor development occurs during the sprouting phase. For grains that benefit from soakers, bigas, and sourdough starters, Reinhart provides the precise guidance that has made him such a trusted expert in the field.
Advanced bakers will relish Reinhart’s inventive techniques and exacting scientific explanations, while beginning bakers will rejoice in his demystification of ingredients and methods—and all will come away thrilled by bread’s new frontier.
*Correction to the Sprouted Whole Wheat Bread recipe on page 63: The volume measure of water should be 1 ¾ cups plus 1 tablespoon, not 3 ¼ cups.
After the success of the New York Times bestselling The Rice Diet Solution, the Rice Diet Program's message boards were bombarded with pleas and suggestions for more Rice Diet-friendly recipes. The result is this collection of healthy whole-food dishes, which includes personal favorites from the Rice Diet kitchen as well as from successful dieters who want to share their weight-loss tips with everyone who intends to lose weight and live a healthier life.
Based on one of the world's most famous weight-loss programs, The Rice Diet Cookbook contains 150 new recipes -- all simple and easy to shop for, prepare, and cook. By ambitiously limiting sodium-rich ingredients and relying on complex carbohydrates as the main source of nutrition, the recipes in this book can help women lose nineteen to twenty pounds and men lose twenty-eight to thirty pounds -- in one month!
For breakfast, try Gooey Apple Oatmeal, the Elvis Special, or French Toast Sticks. In the mood for a light lunch? Mix up a Basil-Mint Quinoa Salad and pair it with a Refried Bean and Roasted Red Pepper Lettuce Wrap. When the urge to snack hits you, munch on some Zesty Sweet Potato Chips or Barley Pesto Dip on Eilene's Pita Bread. And at dinnertime, how about Pan-Seared Sea Scallops with Angela's Spinach with Sun-dried Tomato and Ilene's Mashed Cauliflower? Or make a meal out of Chicken and Spinach Salad with some Cannellini Bean Salad on the side. Don't forget dessert: Ricers have found amazing ways to satisfy their cravings! There's Chocolate-Banana Cream Custard, Rhubarb-Dried Cherry Crumble, Samba's Gingered Pear Cake, or the super simple and truly delicious Toasted Ginger Papaya.
In addition to recipes, The Rice Diet Cookbook is also full of incredible feedback from people who have achieved major weight loss on the Rice Diet. Their inspirational stories will motivate you to live a healthier life the Rice Diet way. The Rice Diet Cookbook is a truly encouraging, supportive book that will help you make living a wholesome lifestyle both simple and sustainable.
Beholden to bold flavors and not strict authenticity, the editors of Lucky Peach present a compendium of 101 easy, Asian recipes that hit the sweet spot between craveworthy and stupid simple and are destined to become favorites. Your friends and lovers will marvel as you show off your culinary worldliness, whipping up meals with fish-sauce-splattered panache and all the soy-soaked, ginger-scalliony goodness you could ever want—all for dinner tonight. You'll never have a reason to order take-out again.
This Book will help familiarize you with the concept of cooking in a rice cooker. Not only that but you will find 25 amazing recipes you can try at home. And not just any recipes, we cover the entire gamut, from cheeseburgers to stir fry cabbage. Reading this Book will help you become an expert in cooking in a rice cooker!
Let “Traditions of Japanese Cooking: Learning Basic Recipes in Traditional Japanese Cooking” guide you through your journey into the authentic Japanese cuisine. Packed with simple recipes, tips and a little history, this book is your ultimate guide in the fascinating – and delicious! - world of Japanese cooking.
/divDIVDo whole grain flours intimidate you? Does amaranth flour sound fascinating but perhaps a little too froufrou? Do you love the chocolate cherry scones at your local coffee shop, but feel way too scared to attempt them on your own?
/divDIVFears begone! You are now in the safe (albeit floury) hands of Celine Steen and Tamasin Noyes, two vegan ladies who know their way around the oven—and barley and buckwheat flour too. Expect to see not an ounce of white flour, refined white sugar, or powdered egg replacer in this book. Instead, indulge in wholesome breads, muffins, pies, pancakes, and other treats that draw on the nutty depth of flavor and enhanced taste of ingredients like whole grain flours and natural sweeteners.
/divDIVAll you need is a bowl, a spoon, and a little “can-do!” attitude to whip up treats like Caramel Nut Barley Squares, Potato and Walnut Wheat Bread, and Chocolate Raspberry Tart. With more than 100 recipes to choose from, the hardest thing you’ll have to do is pick out what to bake first!
/divDIVYour taste buds will love you, your friends will adore you, your waist will thank you, and the planet will be singing your praises with Whole Grain Vegan Baking. You’re just a whisk away!/div/div
Say goodbye to boring oats and bland mix-ins because bestselling author Kathy Hester shows you delicious and exciting new takes on everyone's favorite health food with Banana Oatmeal Cookie Pancakes, Hummingbird Cake Oatmeal, Chai-Spiced Oat Shakes and Blackberry Mojito Overnight Refrigerator Oats. And she doesn't stop there. Savory recipes like Mushroom Sun-Dried Tomato Steel-Cut Oat Risotto, Oats-bury Steaks, Not-from-a-Box Mac and Oat Chez—even a healthy vegan sausage crumble made from steel-cut oats and spices—will wow oatmeal fans with new and nutritious dishes to try.
Save money by making your own staples like oat milk and oat yogurt. With breakfast, lunch, dinner and even drink and dessert recipes taken to the next level of wholesomeness and flavor, these OATrageous dishes will dazzle your whole family and are the perfect heart-healthy gift for every oatmeal lover out there.
In Carol Fenster’s gluten-free cooking classes, the most frequently asked question is “How can I get a meal on the table in the least amount of time?” So often, cooking gluten-free means spending hours in the kitchen—making everything from scratch. But now, Fenster reveals all her shortcuts, tips, and timesaving techniques from nearly 20 years as the gluten-free cooking authority. The quick and easy principles in this book will get cooks in and out of the kitchen with less fuss than ever before.
In Gluten-Free Quick & Easy, a hot meal makes it to the table without a complicated ingredient list or a lengthy wait. Fenster emphasizes the necessity of “planned-overs”—not “leftovers”—that creatively use elements of one meal in the preparation of another, whether they become ingredients the next day, the next week, or the next month. Recipes for make-ahead baking mixes and techniques to shorten baking times means cooks stay on track. And her comprehensive menu plans and ideas help pull together a week's worth of meals with ease.
Fenster’s simple but delicious recipes include favorites like hearty breads, pizzas, and pasta. In less time than ever before, gluten-free cooks can whip up home-style entrées and side dishes, tasty breakfasts, and elegant desserts for every meal of the day, every day of the week.
Now Ms. Roden gives us more than 800 recipes, including the aromatic variations that accent a dish and define the country of origin: fried garlic and cumin and coriander from Egypt, cinnamon and allspice from Turkey, sumac and tamarind from Syria and Lebanon, pomegranate syrup from Iran, preserved lemon and harissa from North Africa. She has worked out simpler approaches to traditional dishes, using healthier ingredients and time-saving methods without ever sacrificing any of the extraordinary flavor, freshness, and texture that distinguish the cooking of this part of the world.
Throughout these pages she draws on all four of the region's major cooking styles:
- The refined haute cuisine of Iran, based on rice exquisitely prepared and embellished with a range of meats, vegetables, fruits, and nuts
- Arab cooking from Syria, Lebanon, and Jordan--at its finest today, and a good source for vegetable and bulgur wheat dishes
- The legendary Turkish cuisine, with its kebabs, wheat and rice dishes, yogurt salads, savory pies, and syrupy pastries
- North African cooking, particularly the splendid fare of Morocco, with its heady mix of hot and sweet, orchestrated to perfection in its couscous dishes and tagines
From the tantalizing mezze--those succulent bites of filled fillo crescents and cigars, chopped salads, and stuffed morsels, as well as tahina, chickpeas, and eggplant in their many guises--to the skewered meats and savory stews and hearty grain and vegetable dishes, here is a rich array of the cooking that Americans embrace today. No longer considered exotic--all the essential ingredients are now available in supermarkets, and the more rare can be obtained through mail order sources (readily available on the Internet)--the foods of the Middle East are a boon to the home cook looking for healthy, inexpensive, flavorful, and wonderfully satisfying dishes, both for everyday eating and for special occasions.
From the Hardcover edition.
Praise for Good to the Grain:
“Boyce started playing with a variety of flours when she took a break from restaurant kitchens and wrote her first cookbook, Good to the Grain, a whole grains baking bible that won a coveted James Beard Foundation Award this year.”
Her cookbooks which were published in November 2011 are a variety of curry cookbooks from regions of Asia.
Jay is currently concentrating on her business but will produce more titles in the future.
Seductions of Rice is the glorious result: two hundred easy-to-prepare dishes from the world's great rice cuisines, illuminated by stories, insights, and more than two hundred photographs of people, places, and wonderful food. Cherished dishes--Chinese stir-frys, Spanish paellas, Japanese sushi, Indian thorans, Thai salads, Turkish pilafs, Italian risottos--are shared not just as recipes, but as time-honored traditions.
Seductions of Rice will change the way we eat, the way we prepare and appreciate our food. It's as easy as putting a pot of rice on to cook!
Baking bread may sound a tedious task but in actuality it is very easy and requires only a few ingredients. All you need is the right amount of flour, butter, milk, yeast, oil and the perfect technique, and you are all set to bake appetizing loafs.
This recipe book contains 25 different varieties of bread like honey-wheat bread, sourdough bread and focaccia. All of which are deliciously easy to make. Keep them in the freezer if you wish to preserve them for more than a week or just eat them right away, you will not find a huge difference in taste.
The recipes contained in this book are full of eastern flavour covering categories such as: Breads, Dips, Soups, Couscous, Salads, Pastry (Pies), Rices, Meat, Chicken, Fish, Vegetarian, Deserts, Sweets.
If you loved our first Arabian ecookbook 'Moroc Cuisine' you'll like the variation of all the most loved popular dishes from this captivating and beautiful part of the world.
In this extensive guide to the wide range of fantastic whole grains available–many of which are gluten-free–Sass introduces home cooks to dozens of grains, including amaranth, barley, buckwheat, hominy, popcorn, polenta, Job’s tears, millet, oats, quinoa, brown rice, red rice, black rice, rye, triticale, sorghum, teff, farro, grano, green wheat, kamut, spelt, wheat berries, and wild rice. She shares tips for buying and storing these grains as well as the best and simplest way to cook them.
And then there are the boldly flavored, contemporary recipes that will truly change the way you cook, covering soups, salads, main courses, and side dishes all the way to quick breads, cookies, and desserts, with a groundbreaking section on whole-grain baking outlining tempting, healthy options. Whole Grains Every Day, Every Way will delight carnivores and vegetarians alike with recipes such as Farro Salad with Prosciutto and Asparagus, Masa Harina–Beef Casserole, Posole with Pork and Chipotle, Millet with Gingered Beets and Orange, and Coconut–Black Rice Pudding.
This is the book America has been asking for: the definitive guide that will make it easy and delicious for us to incorporate healthful whole grains into our diets with innovative recipes for every meal of the day.
With more than 150 ideas for breakfast and brunch, appetizers and small bites, salads, main dishes and side dishes, sweets, snacks, sundry baked goods, and more, this refreshingly modern cookbook features recipes that include whole grains like barley, buckwheat, corn, oats, quinoa, and wheat. While some of these recipes happen to be vegetarian, some vegan, and some gluten free, all of them have one common characteristic: great flavor.
Featuring ingredients that are readily available at your grocery store, Whole Grains for a New Generation shows how easy, delicious, and exciting whole grain cooking can be.
Says author Liana Krissoff in the Introduction, “My cooking is inspired by all that’s flavorful, and I hope it serves as inspiration to you in turn.”
Turn your favourite dish into a nutritional powerhouse with barley. Delicious and easy to use, barley is the newest superfood with tremendous health benefits. High in fibre, this ancient grain has been proven to lower cholesterol, a risk factor for heart disease, and promote digestive health. Barley has a lovely nutty flavour and adds great texture to soups, stews, and salads. It blends well into main dishes, sides, and desserts, and when used in flour form, it makes wonderful breads and baked goods. Not only does the grain help you feel fuller longer, it is also a source of many essential vitamins and minerals, including B vitamins, folate, iron, calcium, potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, manganese, zinc, and selenium. Divided into familiar sections of Breakfast; Appetizers, Salads, and Soups; Main Dishes; Sides; Baking; and Sweet Treats, there is a recipe for any meal of the day. Recipes include Chicken Mushroom Crêpes; Prairie Cranberry Almond Crisps; Wild Rice, Barley, and Fruit Salad; Lentil and Barley Fish Chowder; Barley Apricot Stuffed Pork Tenderloin; Barley Jambalaya; Spinach, Smoked Salmon, and Barley Risotto; Mushroom Barley Burgers; Blueberry Barley Muffins; Chocolate-Dipped Almond Biscotti; Prairie Streusel-Topped Cake; and many more.
Bestselling authors Patricia Green and Carolyn Hemming are back with a brand new book that addresses numerous health and lifestyle concerns such as weight loss, vegetarian diets, food allergies, gluten intolerance, disease prevention, athletic training, diabetes, and heart conditions.
In addition to being one of the world's healthiest foods, quinoa has a long list of amazing properties that makes it so versatile in any number of recipes. Quinoa Revolution shows that quinoa is not only used to boost nutrition, but that it can also enhance taste or texture, thicken, hold moisture, replace gluten, increase protein, and more!
Learn tips and tricks for the preparation of quinoa, solutions for cooking it in a variety of liquids, instructions for grinding your own flour, and guidelines on how to use sprouted quinoa. Discover healthful recipes such as Chipotle Corn Chowder, Red Velvet Waffles, Korean Barbeque Beef Wraps, Carrot and Raisin Sprout Salad, Black Forest Goat Cheese Brownies, Ginger Peach Crisp, and Hot Apricot Matcha Breakfast Cereal. From light snacks to full meals and even dessert, this nutrient-superior superfood can play a role.
From whole-wheat, sourdough, and rye to pita, focaccia, and naan, this classic cookbook from expert baker Peter Reinhart shows you how to produce phenomenal bread. Reinhart details each step in the process, giving you the knowledge and confidence to create countless versions of your own. Not merely a book of bread recipes, this book is an in-depth dive into the world of bread baking, filled with highly tested formulas to take your bread game to the next level.
The Rice Diet Program in Durham, North Carolina, was one of the first medical facilities in America to use diet as the primary way to treat disease. On this high-complex-carb, low-fat, and low-sodium whole-foods diet, “Ricers” lose weight faster, more safely, and more effectively than people on any other diet. Men lose on average twenty-eight to thirty pounds and women on average nineteen to twenty pounds per month! The Rice Diet also detoxes your body, ridding it of excess water weight and toxins from processed foods and the environment. The program's results have been documented by extensive studies and confirmed by thousands of people who report amazing weight loss, as well as immediate improvement in such conditions as heart disease, diabetes, and hypertension.
Here’s how it works: The Rice Diet strictly limits salt and sodium-rich ingredients. Salt, like refined sugar, is an appetite stimulant, so when you reduce salt intake, you lose water weight and are less inclined to overeat. The Rice Diet also limits saturated fats and instead relies on carbohydrates (fruits, vegetables, grains, and beans) as the main source of nutrition. The fiber cleanses your system and satisfies you so you feel full quickly. The Rice Diet makes it easy to limit calories; when you’re eating foods that truly satisfy your hunger, it’s a challenge to eat 1,500 calories per day!
To make it easy to follow the program, The Rice Diet Solution includes hundreds of tasty, filling, easy-to-prepare recipes—some from the Rice House kitchen, others inspired by major chefs and adapted to Rice Diet standards.
From Prasenjeet Kumar, the #1 bestseller of the “Cooking In A Jiffy” series of books, comes the ultimate rice cookbook that anyone looking for gluten-free food should just grab with both hands.
Cataloguing the legendary “love affair” that Indians have with rice.......
The book narrates how rice forms an intrinsic part of every Indian’s life from birth till death.
Every religious ceremony has to involve rice.
Rice is stuck on the red vermillion that is applied to your forehead as akshat.
Rice is poured into the holy fire lit during religious ceremonies as an offering to the gods.
Rice is sprinkled over guests, worshippers and the newlyweds to bless them, with the incantation: “May your life be full of dhan (wealth) and dhanya (rice).”
Rice is “popular” because it is one of the easiest foods to digest.
Being totally gluten free, it is the best food for infants when they have to be weaned.
For young adults and old people too, who may have wheat allergies or even celiac disease, adopting a rice diet would be what every sensible doctor would prescribe as the first step to adopting a totally gluten free diet.
For the same reason, rice is great for relieving digestive disorders like diarrhoea, dysentery, colitis and even morning sickness.
This is why 70% of the world, including USA and northern Canada, grows and consumes rice.
Rice grows in almost any part of the world which is wet and humid and NOT colder than 21 degree Celsius (70 degree F).
There is hardly any type of soil in which rice cannot be grown including alkaline and acidic soils.
Rice in India is grown from below sea-level to an elevation of 2000 metres in the Himalayan regions.
Indians cook rice with anything and everything; with lentils, veggies, meat, fish, chicken and seafood.
In addition, they have plain or spiced rice as a bed for curries and ground rice for making all kinds of pancakes like appams and dosas.
Rice flour is also used for crisping savouries called pakoras.
Most temples serve as prasadam (blessings) the Indian rice pudding called kheer or payasam.
And then in many Himalayan states, from Ladakh to Sikkim, fermented rice is used for making the potent brew called chhang.
In this background, this rice cookbook presents a total of 35 mouth-watering rice dishes, including 20 dishes where rice cookers can be used. There are eight plain rice recipes, five for cooking rice with lentils, five each for cooking rice with vegetables and meats, five ways to use rice in snacks and seven as desserts.
There is no Chhang recipe, sadly because that is one dish that, as Prasenjeet says, is not made in his house!
So What are you waiting for? Scroll up and grab a copy today!
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From the author of # 1 Amazon Best seller “Home Style Indian Cooking In A Jiffy”
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This is simply the ultimate vegetarian protein cookbook.
We all know that as the cheapest and most versatile sources of protein available to mankind, lentils have been cultivated and consumed from the time immemorial.
Lentils are mentioned in religious books such as the Bible, Quran and the Vedas.
Lentils were so important for those long sea voyages that the Romans named their emperors after the most common legumes: Lentulus (lentil), Fabius (fava), Piso (pea), and Cicero (chickpea).
And yet, lentils came to be almost forgotten in the modern post-20th century world with easy availability of red meat and the rise of fast food joints.
Now thanks to scientists and expert bodies like the Mayo Clinic, we know that lentils are actually better than meat.
Lentils are actually the “Healthiest Food” in the World.
* Lentils are good for a Healthy Heart: Lentils contain significant amount of folate and magnesium, both doing wonders for your heart.
* Lentils replenish Iron Needed for Energy: Lentils are rich in Iron, which is a vital component of energy production and metabolism in the body.
* Lentils are low in cholesterol: Lentils, unlike red meat, are low in fat, calories and cholesterol. They are also somewhat lower in oxalic acid and similar chemicals which cause stone formation in kidneys and result in gout, a painful affliction of joints caused by the deposition of crystals.
* Lentils are rich in fibre: If you are looking for ways to reduce constipation, try Lentils as they contain a high amount of dietary fibre, both soluble and insoluble.
˃˃˃ The way Indians cook lentils is unmatched by any other cuisine on Planet Earth.
No one can cook lentils the way Indians do.
This is because almost every Indian meal has to have a lentil dish, as dal (soup), curry, snack or dessert. So they have centuries of expertise in turning lentils in whichever way you want.
On the other hand, most western cook books would, at the most, recommend baking lentils with cheese, putting them in hamburgers, having them with sausages and casseroles or making lentils stew.
One is, of course, not counting the lentils sprouts salad or the famous students’ dorm dish of baked beans (straight from the can) as well as the West Asian “sauce” hummus, without which no Lebanese meal can be termed complete.
There is nothing wrong if you want to have your lentils this way.
˃˃˃ But if you want to experiment, and wish to embark upon a roller coaster culinary adventure, you must look at Indian cuisine.
“The Ultimate Guide to Cooking Lentils the Indian Way” lets you savour, in this background, as many as twenty most popular “Home Style” dal recipes; ten curries; six lentil dishes cooked with rice; eleven snacks; three kebabs; three lentil stuffed parathas; and five desserts.
˃˃˃ It is said that without carrying Sattu or roasted chickpea flour with them, for sustenance on those long and arduous treks, Buddhist monks from Bihar could NOT have spread Buddhism to far off places from Afghanistan and Tibet to Korea!
Still don’t believe about India’s robust lentil tradition?
Scroll up and grab a copy today.
Other Books in the Cooking In A Jiffy Series
How to Create a Complete Meal in a Jiffy (Free) (Book 1)
The Ultimate Guide to Cooking Rice the Indian Way (Book 2)
The Ultimate Guide to Cooking Fish the Indian Way (Book 3)
How to Cook In A Jiffy Even If You Have Never Boiled An Egg Before (Book 4)
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Yahoo! Food's Cookbook of the Week
In Lucky Rice, Danielle Chang, founder of the festival of the same name—which brings night markets, grand feasts, and dumpling-making sessions to America's biggest cities—feeds our obsession for innovative Asian cuisine through 100 recipes inspired by a range of cultures.
Here, comfort foods marry ancient traditions with simple techniques and fresh flavors—and include a few new classics as well: chicken wings marinated in hot Sichuan seasonings; sweet Vietnamese coffee frozen into pops; and one-hour homemade kimchi that transforms pancakes, tacos, and even Bloody Marys. With a foreword by Lisa Ling, this lushly photographed cookbook brings the fun and flavors of modern Asian cooking to your kitchen.
From the Hardcover edition.
A beautiful guide to morning meals, Whole-Grain Mornings offers sixty-ﬁve sweet and savory recipes for wholesome whole-grain breakfasts. Whether you’re cooking for busy weekdays, slow Sundays, or celebratory brunches, this charming cookbook will inspire you to look beyond the average bowl of cereal toward healthy and delicious ways to incorporate whole grains like amaranth, farro, and barley into your morning meals.
Seasonally organized recipes feature favorite one-bowl breakfast fare like Apricot Pistachio Granola and Triple-Coconut Quinoa Porridge alongside more unconventional options like Saucy Tomato Poached Eggs with Kale and Wheat Berries and Nutty Millet Breakfast Cookies. With information on timesaving alternatives as well as a guide to the most commonly used whole grains—and sprinkled with abundant food and lifestyle photography throughout—this cookbook guarantees the most important meal of the day will also become your favorite.
Growing whole grains is simpler and more rewarding than most people imagine. With as little as 1000 square feet of land, backyard farmers can grow enough wheat to harvest 50 pounds in a single afternoon - and those 50 pounds can be baked into 50 loaves of fresh bread.
In addition to providing information on wheat and corn, Homegrown Whole Grains includes complete growing, harvesting, and threshing instructions for barley, millet, oats, rice, rye, spelt, and quinoa, and lighter coverage of several specialty grains. Readers will also find helpful tips on processing whole grains, from what to look for in a home mill to how to dry corn and remove the hulls from barley and rice.
Chapters for each grain include inventive recipes for cereals, desserts, casseroles, salads, soups and stews, and, of course, home-baked breads, the crowning achievement of the home grain grower. Sara Pitzer shares dozens of ideas for using whole grains - from cooking sturdy wheat berries in a slow cooker to malting barley for homebrewed beer. Whether milled into nutritional flours or used in any of their unmilled states, wheat, barley, quinoa, and the other grain crops are healthful additions to every diet.
Grains as Mains is not a vegetarian cookbook, but the majority of the recipes are meat-free, with suggestions for "choosing your own protein" accompaniments. It features a wide range of recipes, many of which are gluten-free. Where relevant, graphic devices show how to swap your grains for easy recipe variations. With warm and evocative photography and step-by-step techniques, this book takes a fresh approach to cooking with century-old grains.
The book is for the adventurous cooks eager to experiment with unusual and exciting ingredients, and health-conscious cooking enthusiasts who are looking for delicious new styles of recipes. Featured grains include cornmeal (polenta), bulgur wheat, quinoa, millet, barley, spelt, wheat berries, amaranth, farro, buckwheat, khorasan wheat (kamut), teff, sorghum, and freekeh.
We all know that we should be eating more whole grains, an essential foundation of any healthy diet. Making this goal a reality can be a challenge, though, especially on a weeknight. In Whole Grains for Busy People, Lorna Sass, author of the James Beard Award–winning book Whole Grains Every Day, Every Way, shows us how to do it—deliciously.
Lorna shares 125 tempting recipes that focus exclusively on quick-cooking whole grains—those that take 30 minutes or less to cook—and on the array of whole-grain products that are now easily found in grocery stores, from tortillas to pastas. Boost the nutrition of any meal with tasty, flavor-packed dishes such as Oat-Crusted Turkey Cutlets with Gingered Cranberry Relish; Barley with Mushrooms, Beef, and Dill Sour Cream; and Bulgur Salad with Tuna, Olives, and Feta. Even sweets get a healthy makeover with whole-grain ingredients so that anyone can feel good about indulging in treats such as Orange-Scented Chocolate Chip Cookies, Peach Blueberry Crumble, or Chocolate Pudding Pie.
Lorna guides readers through every step of cooking with whole grains, from reading the labels and selecting the best whole-grain products to using techniques that bring out the maximum flavors in the recipes. Rounded out with whole-grain quick-reference charts, advice on building a well-stocked pantry, suggestions for recipe variations, and a full-color photo insert, Whole Grains for Busy People is the only book home cooks need to make over their family’s diet—without spending their entire lives in the kitchen.
In The Spelt Cookbook, Helga Hughes shares an exciting collection of over 175 easy-to-prepare recipes that marry the rich taste of golden spelt with a variety of fresh and flavorful ingredients, including Old-World Buttermilk Waffles, White Bean Chili with Elbows, and Hazelnut Granola.
Whether you are looking for a wheat alternative, or simply want to mix up your mealtime routine, The Spelt Cookbook is the only guide you’ll need to the delicious world of spelt cookery.
We all know that choosing whole grains over processed ingredients is better for our health, yet the likes of millet, quinoa, and barley are still stuck on the culinary sidelines. Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough bring these unheralded culinary superstars to the center of the plate, with more than 100 recipes showing that their range of textures and flavors is greater than any other food group, they're incredibly versatile, they're economical, and they can anchor a meal.
Readers will be surprised at how easily and creatively whole grains can be used as the base for breakfast, dessert, and elegant entrees: Baked Barley Grits with Apples and Sausage will far outdo the standard cornmeal; and Millet Burgers with Olives, Sun-dried Tomatoes, and Pecorino won't leave anyone missing the meat. Tips on quick-cooking grains or precooking ahead of time make cooking with these hearty staples practical for weeknights, and many are appropriate (or can be modified) for vegetarian and vegan diets.
Grain Mains is a modern manifesto for whole grains, with inventive and tantalizing recipes.
Skyhorse Publishing, along with our Good Books and Arcade imprints, is proud to publish a broad range of cookbooks, including books on juicing, grilling, baking, frying, home brewing and winemaking, slow cookers, and cast iron cooking. We’ve been successful with books on gluten-free cooking, vegetarian and vegan cooking, paleo, raw foods, and more. Our list includes French cooking, Swedish cooking, Austrian and German cooking, Cajun cooking, as well as books on jerky, canning and preserving, peanut butter, meatballs, oil and vinegar, bone broth, and more. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.
Did you know that soy has been proven to reduce the risk of heart disease? It's true! In fact, soy not only benefits the heart but also:
Reduces the risk of stroke and breast, colon, and prostate cancerDecreases the symptoms of menopause and osteoporosisSlows the progression of arteriosclerosisProtects your kidneysIs a complete protein, offering all eight of the amino acids essential to human health
In Sensational Soy, Miriam Jacobs offers taste-tantalizing recipes using soy in all its myriad forms, including tofu, tempeh, miso, soy milk, and soy beans. Whether you're a vegetarian looking for alternatives to meat and dairy products or a health-conscious consumer seeking ways to strengthen your body, you'll find what you need in these sensational recipes for soy-based snacks, salads, soups, main dishes, and desserts. Enjoy!
Side dishes make the meal. Think about it: What’s a burger without fries, turkey without stuffing, or barbecue without coleslaw, baked beans, or macaroni and cheese—or all three? The Big Book of Sides contains more than 450 delicious recipes to complement any dish. Award-winning cooking teacher and author Rick Rodgers has carefully compiled a variety of wonderful options, from traditional to inspired, Americana to ethnic, Southern fare to California cuisine. Sections include “Eat Your Vegetables,” “From the Root Cellar,” “A Hill of Beans,” “Righteous Rice and Great Grains,” and “Pasta and Friends.”
The Big Book of Sides shares
• more than 100 information-packed entries on vegetables alone, from artichokes to zucchini, including root vegetables and grains
• tutorials on the cooking techniques you need to know, such as grilling and deep-frying
• at-a-glance charts for a variety of perfectly roasted vegetables and freshly cooked beans
• carefree menu planning, with a complete list of special-occasion meals and suggested side dishes
Home cooks of all levels will delight in preparing Roasted Summer Squash with Pepitas and Cilantro; Chard Puttanesca; Parsnip, Apple, and Bacon Hash; Smoked Gouda Mashed Potatoes; Quinoa with Carrot and Mint; Farro, Cherry, and Feta Salad; and Butternut Squash and Potato Gratin. Rodgers also shares recipes for relishes, chutneys, pickles, baked goods (from biscuits to foccacia), and even sauces.
With helpful tips on how to stock your pantry, easy-to-follow cooking techniques, gorgeous color photos, and main dish pairing suggestions, The Big Book of Sides is sure to become a trusted staple in your kitchen.
From the Hardcover edition.
The only wheat in existence that has never been hybridized or modified, einkorn grew thousands of years ago in the Fertile Crescent. Carla Bartolucci came across it when searching for an alternative grain for her daughter Giulia, who was diagnosed with gluten sensitivity in 2008. Einkorn has remained unaltered for thousands of years, which allows many, including Giulia—who suffered from mood swings, asthma, and digestive problems—to eat wheat without symptoms. Amazed by her daughter’s health transformation, Carla became a champion of this little-known, nutrient-packed grain.
Einkorn shares 100 delicious recipes for working with the grain and its flour in a wide variety of flavorful dishes, such as Yogurt Blueberry Muffins, Spinach Lasagna Bolognese, Neapolitan Pizza Margherita, and Soft & Chewy Ginger Cookies—as well as sourdough and yeasted breads like Classic French Boule and buttery Sweet Potato Rolls. This book also explores einkorn’s history, unique genetics, and superior nutrient content, while sharing Carla’s tips for using it to its full baking and cooking potential.
With eighty-five beautiful color photographs, Einkorn will introduce home cooks to a delicious ancient grain that can transform the way they eat for the better by adding more nutrition and flavor to the foods they love.
There are an unlimited number of different breads that you can make with a bread machine, and this e-book gives you 32 great bread machine ideas that are easy to make and require only a small amount of preparation.
Daniel Fast is a partial fast meaning that rather
than refraining from all food, during the Daniel Fast you can partake of a
strictly limited diet over an extended period of time. Many people have an
inner desire for better health, but they can’t discipline themselves to avoid
junk food, and other foods that are not good for their health, then this fast
is meant to teach self-discipline and provide a focus on spiritual matters
through self-denial. It is 21 Days Fast to restrict commonly enjoyed foods
as an act of worship and consecration to God. Avoiding caffeine, alcohol, and
artificial flavorings and preservatives, meat, eggs, dairy, and sweet foods
also eliminates most fat and cholesterol, in addition to drinking extra water,
can have a detoxifying effect on the body. With the main portion of the fast
made up of fruits and vegetables, the diet provides plenty of fiber, vitamins,
and antioxidants, resulting in weight loss, lowered cholesterol, and better control
of blood glucose levels. The Daniel Fast is a very healthy way to eat!
You know quinoa is easy to make and good for you. Now with this book, you will discover how to make palate-pleasing quinoa creations. From imaginative salads and tasty soups to flavorful entrees and decadent desserts, Quinoa Cuisine guides you step-by-step to make recipes like:
- Pumpkin Waffles
- Quinoa Waldorf Salad
- Thai Summer Rolls
- Lentil-Quinoa Cheeseburgers
- Stuffed Squash Blossoms
- Two-Bean Quinoa Chili
- Chile Rellenos
- Quinoa Polenta
- Stuffed Artichokes with Garlic-Lemon Aioli
- Grilled Quinoa Pizza
- Quinoa Pie Crust
- Triple-Chocolate Bundt Cake
Quinoa Cuisine includes helpful icons identifying vegetarian, gluten-free and kid-friendly options. It also gives easy ways to incorporate fresh seasonal ingredients into the dishes. Using white, red and black quinoa, as well as quinoa flour and flakes, this book is the ultimate guide to enjoying tasty dishes packed with more protein, amino acids and nutrients.
Cooking foods other than rice in a rice cooker is like baking a layer cake in an Easy-Bake oven: best approached with patience, curiosity and something to snack on in the meantime.
A basic rice cooker consists of a nonstick metal bowl set inside a plastic-and-metal housing, with a heat source on the bottom. To cook plain rice: add rice, measure water, press start, and walk away. The machine brings the mixture to a boil, reduces the heat for a prolonged simmer, and then switches to a very low setting to keep the cooked rice at serving temperature.
How does the machine know when the rice is done? A built-in thermostat tracks the temperature of the bubbling mixture of rice and water. When the water boils and turns to steam, the temperature in the pot begins to rise, which signals the cooker to switch to warm.
But it’s easy to override the rice cooker’s small brain. Press the “cook” button, melt butter in the bowl, and sweat a finely diced shallot in it until soft — then add rice, broth and saffron strands, and start the machine again to make a daffodil-yellow pilaf.
In "Ultimate Rice Cooker Recipes" you will find More than 150 Surprising recipes you have to see to believe. The recipes, ranging from simple Oatmeal cooking to pilaf, Sweet and Savory Quinoa , Chorizo Paella, Jambalaya, breakfast, meals and of course lots of ways to cook rice also.
With dozens of recipes, tips, secrets, and necessary tools included in this modern bread-making book, you are sure to find something to please the palate of every member of your family.
From easy, hearty breakfasts to mouth-watering entrees and even delectable desserts, it's easy to keep both your stress level and kitchen temperature low with these fast and fun no-cook meals. The No-Cook, No- Bake Cookbook features tons of creative dishes, including:
- Salmon Mango Ceviche
- Teriyaki Tofu Wraps
- Peach Prosciutto Salad
- No-Bake Lemon Cheesecake
- Tex-Mex Chipotle Beans
- Shrimp Tacos with Tomatillo Salsa
- Salami Pizza Stacks
- Moroccan Chicken Salad
- Roast Beef Wraps
- Blueberry Overnight Oats
- Fresh Fruit Smoothies
Who says you need to turn on the oven to cook a delicious meal? When temperatures rise and dinnertime looms, don't grab the take-out menu--reach for this guide to the best no-cook meals! Filled with full-color photos and easy-to-follow recipes, this handy cookbook shows how to whip up tasty, healthy and filling breakfast, lunch or dinner recipes without heating up the kitchen.
With recipes for Appetizers, Breakfasts, Entrees, Side Dishes, Desserts, Flavored Grits, and Casseroles, including Tropical Grit Fretters with Mango Salsa, Southern Grit Sushi, Grits Eggs Benedict, Country Ham and Grits with Redeye Gravy, Vanilla-Scented Grit Pancakes, Sweet Grits Porridge with Fresh Fruit, Lobster Tempura over Lemon-Scented Grits, Thai-Style Red Curry Grits, Hickory-Smoked Chicken over Pesto-Scented Grits, Bacon and Jalapeño Fried Grits, and Red Curry Grits-even Chocolate Grits!
From black rice to red quinoa to golden Kamut berries, ancient grains are showing up on restaurant menus and store shelves in abundance. Yet in home kitchens, many fear that whole grains are too difficult and time-consuming to prepare. In Simply Ancient Grains, Maria makes cooking with these fascinating and nourishing staples easy and accessible with sumptuous recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert. Her family-friendly dishes are Mediterranean-inspired and delicious, such as Spicy Honey and Habanero Shrimp with Cherry Couscous; Farro Salad with Roasted Eggplant, Caramelized Onion, and Pine Nuts; and Red Rice Shakshuka with Feta Cheese. Maria’s tips and simplified approach take whole grain cooking to the next level by amplifying the flavor and enduring beauty of these nutritious grains.
From the Hardcover edition.
From soups and salads to risottos and desserts, Gioietta Vitale presents the best of northern Italy’s rice-based specialties. Illustrated with line drawings and filled with tips on ingredients, techniques, and even the perfect wine to go with each dish, Riso is a comprehensive guide to rice by a master of Italian cuisine.