Most cookbooks are arranged around type of dish or ingredient, but this book is structured around 5 types of meal which will give you 7 days' worth of dishes. The first chapter covers batch meals, which will provide you with enough food for another day. Chapter 2 is full of speedy weekday supper recipes - quick-and-easy meals that can be made in under 20 minutes, but also include a significant leftover ingredient that will form the basis of the next day's meal.
Budget suppers use a smaller number of ingredients, while storecupboard and freezer meals are based on ingredients that you should have handy - meals you can create on short notice. Weekend feasts are more leisurely recipes, including ideas for entertaining, while the final chapter will offer over 25 seven-day meal plans based on the recipes in this book. And even if you don't follow a meal planner in its entirety, you can choose which meal is most appropriate for your needs.
Also included within each chapter are handy features on freezing and defrosting, creating a storecupboard of essential ingredients, making the most of seasonal flavours and recipes for breads, stocks and sauces.
This is the cookbook that every family needs, one that you will turn to week after week.
The queen of cookery offers 100 scrumptious and seriously easy recipes, from cosy soups and roasts to delicious autumnal breads, in this second book to accompany Lorraine’s BBC2 prime time four-part autumn cookery series.
The enhanced edition includes video and two top-10 lists from the author.
If you’ve checked out my Diners, Drive-ins and Dives books or visited my restaurants, Johnny Garlic’s and Tex Wasabi’s, you know I’m down with all types of good food—and that I’ll do what’s required to track it down.
In Guy Fieri Food, I’m cookin’ it my way, from the perfect recipe for Pepper Jack Pretzels (from Mr. Awesome Pretzel himself—that’s me) to how to pull together a Red Rocker Margarita Chicken sandwich to a full-on vegetable Guy’d (bet you didn’t see that one comin’!). Before I’m finished I’ll have you throwing parties with everything from Bacon-Jalapeno Duck appe-tapas to Chicago Beef Pizza to Johnny Garlic’s Cedar Plank Salmon.
Fact is, I’ve been cookin’ it, livin’ it, and lovin’ it since I was just a kid, and it’s a privilege to help you bring home some of my own classic, big, and bold flavors.
Eating is essential. We do it every day. Additionally, eating clean is easy, simple, and tasty. But to eat well, that’s the challenge. At Blue Osa, eating is a ritual of the senses. With locally sourced ingredients, we have married the culinary prowess of French-inspired flavors with the wholesome simplicity of a healthy diet.
Over the years, our head chef Marie curated a menu that is both simple to make and delicious to experience. Using the bounty of Costa Rica, Marie crafts a range of meals that surprise the palate and nourish the soul. Her recipes for Blue Osa are made from simple, well-known ingredients that are widely accessible. You will enjoy preparing her easy to follow meals, and even cater to unique diets with gluten-free and low-fat options.
Eating Clean in Costa Rica features 108 farm-to-table recipes that showcase the abundance of Costa Rica through beautiful French cuisine and other delicious finds from around the world.
Bring home simple and easy recipes from the kitchen of Blue Osa and Chef Marie.
If the answer is yes, then this Renal Diet Cookbook is for you, with essential nutrition guide to manage and improve kidney disease. Treatments for people living with chronic kidney disease, or on dialysis.
Following a Renal diet may delay total kidney failure and also bolster kidney function. It is very important to switch from the old way of eating and follow a healthy eating lifestyle. Such as monitoring the consumption of sodium, phosphorus and potassium especially.
With information in this book, you can get positive results, eat better and live better. This Essential nutrition guide to Manage and improve kidney disease cookbook is filled with delicious foods to help you heal, plus good nutrition advice from an expert for, renal diet, renal failure, kidney disease diet, renal diet plan etc.
This Kidney disease cook answers questions like:
An over view of kidney disease
Some of the factors that cause Kidney Disease
Symptoms and the different stages of kidney disease
The right way of eating for chronic kidney disease
Top food choices with their sodium contents for a kidney diet
Food choices with their phosphorus contents for a kidney diet
Top food choices with their potassium contents for a kidney diet
Helpful nutritional facts for discovering a diet that works for you
Over 100 delicious recipes to meet your nutritional needs
Make a commitment today, it's your right to live healthy. Don't scroll without buying a copy.
Pennsylvania Dutch Country is a land of rolling farmlands dotted with one-room schoolhouses where you will encounter horse-drawn buggies, beautiful quilts, and industrious "Plain People."
The Famous Dutch Kitchen Restaurant is the seventh restaurant to be chosen by authors Jane and Michael Stern for their Roadfood cookbook series which celebrates the finest regional restaurants in the United States. It includes an 8-page color insert.
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'Not only a collection of fabulous recipes but an inspiring guide to flavours and ingredients and how they work together' - Nigella Lawson
This is a cookbook for people who are looking for inspiration rather than instruction; one that will make you look at familiar ingredients in a new light, and welcome new ones with open arms.
Here Felicity Cloake offers an ingredient for each letter of the alphabet - twenty-six of her favourite things to eat, and recipes using them which will change the way that you think about these ingredients forever. In the Blue Cheese chapter, a Roquefort and honey cheesecake with walnut and pear; in Caramel, roast duck with miso caramel and in Rhubarb, rhubarb gin granita.
Yet there are also more straightforward dishes, no less original or delicious: beetroot noodles with goat's cheese, toasted walnuts and baby kale; chorizo baked potatoes with avocado crema; slow roast tomato pasta with lemon salt, ricotta and basil. And there are many more playful takes on favourite dishes: salted peanut caramel crispy cakes, aloo tikki scotch eggs, jelly cherry jubilee, buttermilk onion rings.
This is a book to shake you out of your recipe rut and make you start to think about food, and cook it in an entirely new way.
Existing recipes such as Lamb Doner Kebab with Chilli Sauce and Southern Fried Chicken have been updated, accompanied by a wide range of brand new recipes including Pizza Crunch, Chicken in Salt & Chilli and Mac 'n' Cheese Bites. You'll also find some Japanese and Thai favourites, plus sandwich and tortilla fillings.
There are delicious desserts, too - including banana muffins, chocolate chip cookies and fudge cake - for those days when only something sweet will do.
With this definitive collection of takeaway recipes, you'll be able to sample American Fast Food, Kebab Shop cuisine, exotic Chinese and Indian flavours, and tasty Pizza and Chip Shop recipes, all from the comfort of your own home - and at half the price!
With Sara's recipes, your everyday life will be tastier and your weekends will be pure pleasure! Healthy Kitchen will help you feel better and more energetic, and the best part is that you don't even have to spend that much time in the kitchen. In this book, you'll find easy-to-make and delicious dishes for every day of the week, plus more demanding recipes for the weekend.
Healthy Kitchen is a veritable treasure trove: the book contains 27 recipes for smoothies and juices, 12 breakfast and snack recipes, 23 desserts, 12 salads, 10 vegetarian dishes, 14 fish dishes, 6 recipes for poultry, and 14 meat-based recipes. These inventive recipes are both delicious and easy to follow. In addition to food, Healthy Kitchen also contains recipes for natural health and beauty products: facial masks, scented soaps and body scrubs. The gorgeous photos and colourful images will inspire the reader to return to the book again and again.
Sara La Fountain is a TV chef, food columnist and writer. She divides her time between Finland and New York and is a devotee of healthy, tasty and beautiful food. Sara's previous TV shows, New Scandinavian Cooking, Sara's New Nordic Kitchen and Sara's Australia Unveiled, have been broadcast in over 100 countries.
Simplicity, economy and wholesomeness have been given pre ferred attention in the preparation of these recipes, many of which are here presented for the first time.
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This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
The 175 recipes in Graceland's Table come from two sources: EPE's archives of Elvis's favorite recipes and Elvis's fans. The recipes from the fans were solicited through EPE's electronic newsletter, its catalog, and the more than 400 fan clubs. Fans submitted a recipe they would have liked to cook for Elvis should they have been invited to Graceland for a meal and explained the reason for their choice. Fans were asked to submit recipes linked to a particular song or movie title or person in Elvis's life (e.g. Love Me Chicken Tenders, Colonel Parkerhouse Rolls, Blue Suede Berry Pie). Twelve recipes came from EPE and over 150 from the fans.
The book also has 35 B&W photos of Elvis and Graceland and 20 full-color food photos, trivia, and stories by those who knew Elvis such as Joe Esposito, Elvis's road manager, Patty Perry, the only female member of the Memphis Mafia, and Marian Cocke, Elvis's nurse.
The Dorset Inn, a special-occasion extraordinarily romantic restaurant, is a destination for those who go through southern Vermont to ski and sightsee. People honeymoon here, have anniversary meals here, and come to the Dorset Inn to get away from it all.
The Dorset Inn is a place rich with historical association with the very beginnings of America and American cooking. It was on the Dorset Village Green that the Green Mountain Boys prepared for battle in the Revolutionary War and just down the road is Arlington, where Norman Rockwell created his most beloved paintings.
Elegant Comfort Food from the Dorset Inn not only celebrates the history of the inn and the spirit of America found in New England. It also is a practical cookbook containing recipes founded on a tradition of hearty portions, clarity of flavors, and transformation of leftovers into glorious meals, but refined and elevated.
Leaving home for university or to start a new job? Suddenly faced with cooking for yourself for the first time and don't want to exist on a diet of takeaways or squander your money on expensive ready-made meals? Don't worry! All the recipes you need are here, starting right at the beginning with how to boil an egg - and then how to poach, scramble and fry it as well!
The essential guide for those new to cooking.
Includes useful table of quantities when cooking for one.
Simple instructions on how to prepare vegetables.
Easy, tasty and economical meals.
Most of the recipes serve one - but some feed two or more for when you're entertaining friends.
How to Boil an Egg explains all the things that other cookery books assume you know.
The book is divided into two parts, Everyday Food and Weekend Food. The first part is full of delicious dinners that you can whip up after work - chapters include 'Easy Suppers' - meals you can make in 20 minutes, 'Easy Low-Fat Meals', 'Easy Standby', 'Easy Puds' and 'Easy Family Food'. The second part offers quick recipes that are a little more indulgent and includes 'Easy Classics', 'Easy Lunches', 'Easy Snacks', 'Easy Entertaining' and 'Easy Baking'.
Illustrated with full-colour recipe photography and with helpful tips on preparing food, freezing leftovers and baking techniques, this is an essential cookbook for busy people.
But how many of these recipes have been lost over the years - and how many of us long for just one more taste of Grandma's peppermint patty cookies, or Aunt Rose's latkes! We search for these recipes because we are searching for ourselves - and for the people who are no longer with us.
Heirloom Recipes brings together the family recipes of the women of iVillage, and reflects the spirit in which these recipes were originally shared. Coupled with each recipe are the special tips, fond memories and the bit of love with which the food was originally prepared.
As much a joy to read as it is to cook from, this book will feature blank pages where readers can add their own family heirloom recipes.
This stunning, fully photographed cookbook includes over 100 tried-and-tested new recipes from bestselling cook Rachel Allen.
After years of cooking for her family, teaching at the world-renowned Ballymaloe Cookery School and listening to the questions of home cooks, Rachel has pulled together an ultimate cookery manual for getting great food on the table throughout the week without stress, expensive bills or hours at the stove.
Rachel’s Kitchen is all about everyday clever cooking: simple shortcuts, advice on weekly planning and shopping, wasting less, freezing more, preparing ahead and using leftovers, recipes than can serve more and those that can be adjusted to a tasty meal for one or two. Rachel will show you how to cook once but achieve two or three meals. A side dish of baked broccoli with garlic and pine nuts can be transformed into a spelt salad with feta. Extra mashed potato and smoked fish from a fish pie can become instant, warming Cullen Skink the next day. Her approach saves time and money, but also allows cooking to be satisfying and enjoyable rather than a chore.
Rachel’s thrifty recipes don’t require unusual ingredients that will linger at the back of the cupboard but affordable favourite ingredients that get used multiple times and underused cuts of meat or seasonal vegetables that can be made into a truly delicious dish.
From fast family suppers, packed lunches and prepared-ahead meals to stress-free roasts and biscuit-tin sweet and savoury baking - Rachel’s Kitchen is a must have, practical family cooking bible.