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Die bereiding van lekker en voedsame maaltye vir die gesin is gewoonlik hoog op die lys van uitdagings wat ons elke dag die hoof moet bied. In Maaltye – maklike geregte vir elke dag kan jy slim oplossings kry vir middagetes, aandetes en onthaalmaaltye wat jou familie en vriende sal geniet en weer voor sal vra. Geïnspireer deur mense wat graag interessante en gesonde kos eet maar nie baie tyd het vir koskook nie, het Christine Capendale verleidelike geregte geskep wat nogtans maklik is om te maak en jou nie ure lank in die kombuis besig sal hou nie.
Being a classic baker Martjie shares her passion for precision, and makes it doable with easy to follow steps, grounded on basic techniques and guidelines, sharing secrets few other baking books offer. Martjie guides you seemlessly from basic recipes, gradually giving you the confidence and experience to master the more difficult, technical ones.
A joy to read, and a feast for the eyes, it showcases an essential selection of quality recipes, helping you create a menu for every occasion. From Martjies legendary Meringue cake to her dark chocolate tart, she teaches you the art of the flakiest melt in your mouth pies, simple crumpets, french pancakes, basic tips and secrets. Perfect for the newly wed or anyone wanting to take their baking skills to the next level.
As a parent and a teacher, Monique le Roux Forslund has first-hand experience of the effect food has on children. She has seen how sugar and other fast-acting carbohydrates can cause them to become over-active and struggle with concentration. In Healthy Food For A Healthy Baby she shows you how to give your baby a healthy and nourishing start to life.
In addition to the more than 100 easy recipes appropriate for babies aged six to 18 months, there are tips about natural good food to ensure that your child maintains all-round good health. Although this is not a ‘low carb high fat’ recipe book, the recipes do not include wheat fl our and sugar.
In addition, there is information on encouraging your child to develop mealtime independence – aka baby-led weaning (BLW) – much sooner than you’d expect.
Live Vegan. Feel Amazing. Change Your Life.
Do you want to go vegan but have no idea where to start? Are you overwhelmed by the amount of information out there and how difficult it seems to stay on track? BOSH!, the pioneers of simple, easy and delicious plant-based cooking, are here to help and make a sustainable and ethical lifestyle accessible to everyone. BOSH! How to Live Vegan will cover all aspects of vegan living, everything from food to toiletries to travel.
Should you be eating avocados? Is it still ok to wear an old leather belt? What do you tell your friends when they offer you a glass of non-vegan wine? Henry and Ian will answer these questions and more in this fully-comprehensive guide to a plant-based lifestyle.
Whether you are a committed vegan, looking to improve your vegan lifestyle or starting out for the first time, this book has all the know-how and inspiration you need.
In Kaap, kerrie & koesisters neem die tweelingsusters Fatima en Gadija ons op ’n tradisionele Kaaps-Maleise kosreis wat terselfdertyd ook ’n lewensreis is, want die resepte word saamgesnoer met herinneringe aan hulle grootwordjare op die Kaapse Vlakte en die vroue wat so ’n groot rol gespeel het om ’n liefde vir koskook en bak by hulle te kweek.
Die susters glo aan lekker huiskos en resepte wat vinnig, maklik en bekostigbaar is – soos wat hulle geliefde oorlede moeder se kookstyl ook was. Maar die boek bevat ook uithangresepte vir daardie spesiale geleenthede! Wat is dan nou lekkerder as ’n pot tradisionele gheemakerrie, of Fatima se alombekende kerrievis, akni, dhaltjies en piesangbrood? En probeer gerus Gadija se sambals, smoortjies en bredies met die geurigste speserye.
Met afdelings soos sop, bredies, poedings, vleis, vis, koeke en gebak is die boek beslis ’n moet vir elke Kaaps-Maleise lekkerbek – en elkeen wat nog altyd meer wou weet van die Kaaps-Maleise kookkuns!
Die Kos Revolusie is deels 'n wetenskaplike riller en deels 'n kookboek vol heerlike resepte, maar die hoofdoel is om jou lewe te verander deur jou te leer hoe jy met jou eetgewoontes beheer kan neem oor jou gewig en gesondheid.
2000 Family Meals contains hundreds of recipes (plus variations) for every occasion.
There are ideas for breakfasts, lunches, dinners and desserts. The meals have been chosen with families in mind and can all be made quickly, and easily be customised to suit the tastes of different family members. And with these family-friendly recipes, the children can get involved with the cooking too, learning to make their own ravioli or bake their fi rst cake.
In addition to traditional dishes such as spaghetti Bolognese, macaroni and cheese and pot roast, there are tempting recipes sourced from around the world that are sure to become family favourites.
Contents: Healthy breakfasts; Mid-week meals; Pizza and pasta; Rice and noodle dishes; Packed lunches and picnics; BBQs and parties; Tasty desserts
`Much of my weekday eating contains neither meat nor fish ... It is simply the way my eating has grown to be over the last few years.' Greenfeast: autumn, winter is a vibrant and joyous collection of the food Nigel eats at the end of the day. A collection of simply beautiful autumn and winter recipes, each with suggested variations, that can mostly be on the table in 30 minutes. The green follow-up to his bestselling Eat, and following on from Greenfeast: spring, summer, this is for everyone who wants inspiration for a quick plant-based supper using seasonal ingredients.
Over 60 naturally nutty recipes! There's so much more to nut butter than peanuts, and this brilliant book is packed with creative recipe ideas to deliver your daily nut butter hit! From brunch to lunch, snacks and light meals, to suppers, desserts and baking, you'll need to keep your nut butter shelf well-stocked, or try your hand at whizzing up your own varieties! Try our crunchy cashew cinnamon oatmeal or peanut butter pancakes; give our almond butter avocado pesto or stir-fry satay sauce a go; and indulge in salted caramel and almond butter cookies or perfect peanut butter chocolate muffins.
Publication coincides with the opening of Samuelsson's first international outpost of Red Rooster in Shoreditch, London, May 2017 Ever since the 1930s, Harlem has been a magnet for more than a million African Americans, a melting pot for Spanish, African, and Caribbean immigrants, and a mecca for artists. When Chef Marcus Samuelsson opened Red Rooster on Harlem's Lenox Avenue, he envisioned so much more than just a restaurant. He wanted to create a gathering place at the heart of his adopted neighbourhood, where both the uptown and downtown sets could see and be seen, mingle and meet - and so he did, in a big way. The Red Rooster Cookbook is much more than a collection of recipes. It's a love letter to Harlem shown through the people, music, soul, and food. Marcus' Ethiopian and Swedish upbringing converge with his Harlem-American present to give readers a culinary clash of dishes to try, all mirroring the menus at his much loved neighbourhood restaurant Red Rooster. Recipes range from the restaurant's Deviled Eggs with Chicken Skin Mayo, Obama Fried Ribs, Whole Fried Fish with Grits, Curried Goat Stew, Sunday Tomato Eggs, and Uncle T's Meatballs. He reinvents traditional home comfort foods like macaroni cheese and Swedish meatballs with exciting twists and new flavour combinations, placing them centre stage at the dinner table. Marcus dedicates the book, "To the people of Harlem, especially the generation before mine who cared, restored and fought for uptown, to make sure Harlem would be a special neighbourhood in the greatest city - a place I am lucky to call home." Full of heritage and culture, music and love, this is far more than just a cookbook.
Although today s kitchens are crammed full of useful appliances, few people seem to know how to operate them in even the most basic way, let alone make the most of them. Award-winning illustrator Alan Snow has set out to change matters, with this striking diagrammatic guide.
Designed to free us up from the shackles of recipe books, Snow s fascinating visual miscellany shows readers the ins, outs, hows and whys of all manner of cooking equipment, tools and techniques, from ovens, blenders and coffee machines, to more sophisticated chefs equipment and everything in between.
Arranged into four practical sections: Tools, Cooking, Drinks and Kitchens, each section is accompanied by an insightful commentary that offers clear explanations and instructions. As well as absorbing historical and scientific details the book is brimming with charming diagrams and sequences. Once you ve grown familiar with each appliance, you ll find good reason to put your newly acquired knowledge to the test, with recipes as you ve never seen them before.
The perfect gift for every keen cook, whether amateur, enthusiast or professional, this unique book is at once a visual celebration of the kitchen and a fascinating exploration of culinary science and technique.
The best - and most enjoyable - way to find out about whiskies is by drinking them. This truly hands-on handbook takes you on a tasting journey to discover your own personal whisky style, and helps you to expand your horizons so you can find a world of new whiskies to enjoy. Through a series of guided at-home tastings, you'll get familiar with the full spectrum of whisky aromas and flavours on offer - from the smoky tang of Islay peat to the aromatic scent of Japanese oak. Find out how to engage all your senses to navigate the range of malts, grains and blended whiskies and get to grips with different whisky styles. Take a tasting tour of the world's finest makers, including iconic Scottish distilleries and small-scale artisan producers all over the globe. And as you become more whisky-confident, you can break out of your whisky comfort zone. Do you love the honeyed sweetness of a Kentucky Bourbon? If so, why not try a smooth malt that's been aged in ex-Bourbon barrels? Or a creamy, oat-infused Irish craft whiskey? Guides to whisky prices and ages will help you to make smart buys. Discover how to pour, store and serve whiskies and match them with foods. Learn to mix cocktails, from a classic whiskey sour to your own signature creation. With 20 step-by-step whisky tastings, clear infographics and jargon-busting advice - taste your way to whisky wisdom.
Whole: Bowl Food For Balance is all about healing your relationship with food. Food is not the enemy and neither is your body.
Taking the time to get to know your body, treating it with respect and nourishing it with real fresh food is the single most important thing you can do for yourself. Eating mindfully, cutting out processed foods and embracing the foods that fuel you and leave you feeling energised are all part of the journey to finding happiness with food.
The nearly 90 recipes included in this book are packed with nourishment, providing healthy, balanced and easy meals in a bowl. Many of the recipes are vegan or vegetarian, or can easily be adapted to suit either lifestyle choice. But there is plenty for the meat-eater too, with the added bonus that not only does the food look inviting and uplifting for the soul, it’s good for your body too. There are also snippets of information about some of the ingredients to inform your food choices and why eating fresh, whole foods will benefit you.
Melissa Delport is a Cape Town-based food photographer and blogger who loves to travel. Her food career started when she entered a cooking competition in South Africa. Her love of food was born while learning to cook at her mother’s and grandmother’s knees. After years as a fad dieter, Melissa discovered the path to health and wellbeing. Linking this directly to food and working with health coach Nikita Stallbom, Melissa’s new mindset of mindful consumption was integrated into her food philosophy. Learning to release fear around mealtimes, coupled with her knowledge of food and a desire to share this way of eating, the concept of Whole: Bowl Food For Balance was born, Melissa’s first cookbook.
Huis Kombuis commemorates the rich fusion of food and cultural heritage in District Six through personal stories, recipes, historical images and craft work.
The book is a culmination of memories and narrative. It weaves through the days of a typical week in District Six, focusing on traditional family recipes that were prepared with love and often limited resources. This is a visual celebration of the vibrancy and warmth of the community - who foraged, preserved, baked and cooked together.
Portraits of 23 former District Six residents, accompany recollections of lives lived in a significant time. Artifacts, food and anecdotes bring the spirit of District Six alive again.
The first in a pair of fast, season-led vegetable books from beloved author and cook Nigel Slater. `Much of my weekday eating contains neither meat nor fish ... It is simply the way my eating has grown to be over the last few years.' Greenfeast: spring, summer is a vibrant and joyous collection of the food Nigel eats at the end of the day. Over 110 simply beautiful spring and summer recipes, each with suggested variations, that can mostly be on the table in 30 minutes. This is perfect for people who want to eat less meat, but don't want to compromise on flavour and ease of cooking. From roast spring vegetables with peanut sauce to rice, broad beans and asparagus, or peaches with blackberries and ice cream, this green follow-up to the bestselling Eat is for everyone who wants daily inspiration for quick plant-based suppers. Greenfeast: autumn, winter will follow in September 2019.
A children's cookbook with an Indian twist! Tasty recipes accompanied by heart-warming stories. Discover the Magic Spicebox and unlock a whole new world of flavours. Experience the exciting tastes of chilli, cardamom, cumin and many more amazing spices in this collection of recipes, inspired by a traditional Indian spicebox. From a chocolate mousse with a kick to a tasty coriander curry, this book is packed with sweet treats and simple meals to prepare, along with heart-warming stories that introduce each new spice. A brilliant first cookbook for young chefs!
Mary Berry makes cooking for gatherings of family and friends easier with over 160 recipes that work well for both small and large numbers of guests. Discover how she cooks for her family and friends during the Christmas party season, and for other occasions and celebrations throughout the year. Her timeless guidance and expert tips will help you cater smoothly and successfully on a small scale for dinners and lunches around a table, or on a larger scale for drinks parties, buffets and teatime. Adapting quantities is made easy. Each recipe provides two sets of ingredients for serving either 6 or 12 guests, plus there is new, detailed advice on how to scale up recipes for any number. Discover tips for preparing in advance and simple shortcuts and cook up a feast the stress-free way.
Following on from Dr Rupy's bestselling cook book The Doctor's Kitchen, Eat to Beat Illness distils actionable ideas for daily life to teach you how to use food to trigger and amplify your defences against illness. Accompanying the advice there are 80 new delicious recipes. In Dr Rupy's second book he builds on the message that what you choose to put on your plate is one of the most important health interventions you can make. Food can not only affect our likelihood of disease but it can lengthen our lives, change our mood and even affect the expression of our DNA. The first section of the book explains how our bodies can better fight off illness through eating well and how we can heal our bodies through simple lifestyle changes including exercise, stress reduction, sleeping well and finding purpose in our lives. It is now scientifically proven that certain foods and food groups are beneficial for staving off illness and here Rupy will look at key conditions such as cancer, depression, diabetes, Alzheimer's, stress and explain what to eat to increase our chances of staying healthy. Complemented by 80 new recipes, full of tempting international flavours such as Roast Golden Beets with Italian Greens and Hazelnut Pesto; Bangladeshi Cod Curry Spatchcock Poussin and Middle Eastern Ful Madames; Iranian Dizi Stew; Garlic Chilli Prawn and Black Bean Stirfry with Bokchoy and Silverbeet; Pea and Broccoli Orecchiette Japanese Togarashi Mix, to name just a few, eating well for has never been so easy and delicious.
Shortlisted for BOOK OF THE YEAR by the Food and Travel Magazine 2018 Reader Awards Following on from his Sunday Times bestseller Marcus at Home, Marcus Wareing delivers a must-have new classic for your shelves. Marcus is one of the most respected and acclaimed chefs and restaurateurs in Britain. At the helm of many of London's most iconic restaurants, he holds two Michelin stars as well as numerous awards. Marcus is also judge of MasterChef: The Professionals. What Marcus doesn't know about cooking, isn't worth knowing. Over the years, Marcus has developed and refined recipe after recipe. Whether it's a quick recipe after a hectic day, a recipe to bring your family together or a show-off meal for your friends, Marcus brings excellence to every meal he makes. In his new book, Marcus takes the best of the time-honoured recipes and puts his own spin on them. What's more, he creates new recipes that will become much-loved classics in their own right. Here is a book to pore over, to bring inspiration and excitement back into your cooking, and to use again and again.
A `wholefood' is a food that has been processed or refined as little as possible and is free from additives or other artificial substances. David and Charlotte Bailey serve only nutritious wholefoods from their street-food van, Wholefood Heaven, as they tour the country and travel worldwide in search of recipes and inspiration for new and exciting flavours. Their food is informed by the need to live well and be both mindful of and uplifted by what you put in your body. This book is a celebration of naturally healthy, unprocessed ingredients and flavours from around the world. Featuring over 60 recipes for wholesome vegetarian and vegan meals, including breakfasts and drinks, many of the recipes are presented as easy-to-eat bowl-food (all the nutrients you need for a healthy meal in one), or can be cooked in a single pot (ideal if you are away holidaying or camping at a festival). Featuring plenty of information on the benefits of grains, cereals, pulses, nuts, seeds and fruit and veg, the recipes offer a full range of enticing meals, drawn from an international repetoire. Start the day with delicious Quinoa Porridge with Vanilla-Spiced Almonds and Dates, move on to a lunch of Coconut and Sweet Potato Polenta Cakes with Wild Mushrooms and Asian Greens, and finish the day with an Ethiopian Teff and Butternut Squash Stew, or Yucatan Salbutes, finished off perfectly with a dessert of Spelt and Olive Oil Lemon Cake. This mouthwatering array of recipes will be the only inspiration needed to live a healthier lifestyle. Word count: 26,000
JanBraai’s definitive braai guide – now available in paperback for the first time – contains phenomenal recipes for beef, chicken, lamb, seafood, pork, ostrich and venison, as well as loads of other awesome braai ideas.
Easy recipes, using readily available South African ingredients, Red Hot stands amongst the most beloved of braai cookbooks
Irresistible feasts to share and remember with family and friends from the ocean, fields and clifftops of Cornwall. Simon Stallard set up The Hidden Hut to huge critical acclaim in 2011. An outdoor restaurant in Cornwall, tucked down on a remote sandy beach with no road access and completely off grid. He cooks up huge atmospheric open-air feasts for their diners throughout the year. In 2017, over 22,000 people applied for just 600 covers over their summer season, with tickets selling out within minutes of release each month, making it the hottest restaurant ticket in the UK. Simon's cooking techniques have become iconic in Cornwall - from fire pits in the sand to wind-chime fish smokers and wood-fired rotisseries - his feasts are influenced by the smouldering fires and field-to-fork Cornish produce that fill his outdoor beach kitchen. The Hidden Hut cookbook showcases inspiration for creating magical and memorable feasts. The recipes are adapted for the home cook and include delicious, achievable dishes for both small family meals and larger gatherings. Many of the recipes have the option to be cooked indoors conventionally or outdoors over fire. As well as sharing the feasts that made them so famous, there are further favourite Hidden Hut recipes for filling your flask with soups, chowders and spiced dhals, alfresco summer salads, warming winter braises and homely Cornish treats.
More recipes with more veg for more joy.
COOKBOOK OF THE YEAR 2016, Spectator `The definitive book about the food of Spain' Rose Prince Brindisa, the renowned Spanish fine food import company, has become a byword for excellent Spanish food. Brindisa: The True Food of Spain is the ultimate in contemporary Spanish cooking, including classic regional recipes, tapas dishes and information about the very best ingredients and food producers. Monika Linton founded Brindisa in 1988. After the arrival of the ground-breaking shop in Borough Market, the first Brindisa tapas restaurant opened in Borough Market in 2004, and Brindisa has since grown to include five London restaurants and another in Barcelona. Ranging from the most unusual artisan dishes to the classics of Spanish cooking, this recipe collection draws on Brindisa's specialist knowledge to introduce you to delights such as jamon iberico de bellota, chorizo, cured ham and fish, fumet (rich Catalan fish stock), farmhouse cheeses, prepared pulses, olive oils and vinegars, sweet treats and storecupboard basics that are essential for Spanish and Mediterranean cooking. Covering the unique way good food is integral to everyday Spanish life, ranging from traditional breakfasts to substantial lunches, small plates of Spanish food and very simple suppers for during the week, to big family get-togethers at the weekend, this is not just a book about recipes, but a true celebration of Spain, its food, people, countryside and producers.
A Ballymaloe-trained chef, songwriter and musical right-hand-man to the legends of Irish song takes us back stage and into the kitchens of a bohemian, international and surprisingly foodie group of Irish household names, including members of the Dubliners, Sharon Shannon, Stockton's Wing, The Fureys and De Dannan. Story-led and full of anecdotes, Mike Hanrahan tells the tales behind the music of the 1970s and 80s in Ireland and cooks up the favourite dishes of its most-loved singers. From memories of family recipes on country hearths, to the flimsy vegetarian grub served up in his early folk-club days and communal pressure-cooker stews in a crowded tour bus, Mike shares the excitement and passion that good food and great music bring to the table. After training with Darina Allen at Ballymaloe, he turns his hobby into a second career and works his way up in professional kitchens across the country, collecting stories as he goes.
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