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Following on from the success of her large book, Tasting Georgia: A Food and Wine Journey in the Caucasus, awardwinning food, wine and travel writer and photographer Carla Capalbo is launching a new series of pocket books on Georgian food, wine and culture. The first in the collection, Khachapuri and Filled Breads, focuses on this popular mainstay of Georgian cuisine, giving the recipes for ten of the country's most delicious regional breads. In addition to the many versions of cheese-filled khachapuri, the fully illustrated book will include breads filled with greens, meats and potatoes.
An immediate new classic from Nigel Slater. Over 250 recipes, moments and ideas for good eating, with extra-special seasonal sections for quick, weeknight eats. The third instalment of Nigel Slater's classic Kitchen Diaries series, A Year of Good Eating explores the balance and pleasure in eating well throughout the year. The leisurely recipes and kitchen stories of the Diaries are ingeniously interspersed with seasonal sections of quick, weeknight suppers in the style of Nigel's most recent bestseller Eat. A salmon pie with herb butter sauce or an asparagus and blue cheese tart for when you have time to cook; roasted summer vegetables with sausages or quick baked eggs and greens for when you need to get dinner on the table fast. With Nigel's characteristically simple recipes and inspiring writing, this new book will make good eating a joy, every day of the year.
Italian Wines is the English-language version of Gambero Rosso's Vini d'Italia, the world's best-selling guide to Italian wine, now in its 30th edition. It is the result of a year's work by over 60 tasters, coordinated by three curators. They travel around the entire country to taste 45,000 wines, only half of which make it into the guide. About 2,400 producers are selected. Each entry brings together useful information about a winery, including a description of its most important labels and price levels in Italian wine shops. Each wine is evaluated according to the Gambero Rosso bicchieri rating, with Tre Bicchieri awarded to the top labels. This guide acts as an essential reference tool for both wine professionals and passionate amateurs around the globe: it provides the instruments for finding one's way in the complex panorama of Italy's wine world.
If you care about your body and want to improve your general health and energy levels then this is the book for you!
Sally-Ann Creed gets to grips with the reality of regaining and maintaining your health in a no-nonsense, non-technical book that gives basic guidelines on how to achieve optimal health through nutrition, even if this is your first sojourn into the world of health.
Following the success of the first and second editions, the third new and expanded edition of Let Food be your Medicine is written in the same easy to understand style. The book contains new information on the role of fats in the diet, the benefits of supplementation, Syndrome X, highlighting the symptoms and suggests successful methods of overcoming this common condition.
The book is filled with fascinating information, clear and concise instructions and will tell you how and why:
When it is cold outside, keep cosy and cook up a wonderfully warming family dinner. Kitchen Comforts is packed with delicious dishes and inventive ideas that can be made with minimal fuss, any day of the week. Russle up a hearty pasta bake for a midweek meal, beat the winter blues with a one-pot wonder, or treat your friends to a home-baked pie. Both experienced and novice cooks will enjoy creating these mouth-watering recipes, triple-tested so they work first time, every time. Each recipe includes preparation time, cooking time and serving suggestions. From classic recipes to exotic dishes, and simple suppers to Sunday roasts, you will never run out of bright ideas with Kitchen Comforts. Word count: 30,000
Pulses are incredibly economical as well as healthy and, increasingly, people are looking for new sources of protein as meat eating wanes (for both environmental and economical reasons). This is a truly modern look at preparing under-exploited protein-packed pulse ingredients. Including an illustrated guide to pulses, this exhaustive volume also covers all you need to know to buy, prepare, cook and store your superfoods. Chapters include: The Power of the Pulse, The Recipes and Check Your Pulse. Try canellini, parmesan and basil frittelle or perhaps celeriac and Puy lentil remoulade before tucking into Adzuki bean ice cream with crystallized ginger. Divided into nibbles & dips, small bites, soups & salads, big dishes and sweet treats, Jenny Chandler has collected a mouthwatering range of recipes that are truly international in flavour and will provide plenty of tips for everyday catering. With modern, crisp photography and an elegant design this is a book to update every foodie's bookshelf and will be a go-to book for years to come. Other titles in this series include: Super Root Spices and Super Grains, Nuts & Seeds.
Once again in this title our team here at the test kitchen selected the recipes on the strength of what our families really enjoyed eating and what we have time to prepare after a day at work over the weekend. Rest assured that every one of the recipes were tested and have tasted by South Africans who enjoy eating well.
A delicious collection of traditional teatime recipes taken from the National Trust's famous tearooms, featuring many classic favourites like Chelsea Buns, Cherry Bakewells and Victoria Sponge, just like mum used to make. All the basics of good baking are covered, including how to make pastry, basic bread making and pie making, with useful tips on common baking problems and how to avoid them. In addition to all the classic teatime bakes there is advice on how to choose a tea that best complements each recipe.
There are some ingredients that are so adaptable they appear in dishes all over the world. This book looks at the seven most important - the culinary wonders: rice, salt, honey, pork, tomato, chili and cacao. These are the ones ones that have played a long and valuable role in human life, and this book traces their epic journeys, as they have been transported around the globe to feature in cuisines far away from their countries of origin. As well as telling their diverse culinary and cultural stories, there are 63 traditional and innovative recipes - with one of the ingredients in the starring role - for readers to try. This is the fascinating history of the world's seven most important ingredients and an enchanting exploration of world cuisine.
Our wonderful, sunny climate lends itself to cooking and eating outdoors virtually all year around. Every South African considers themselves a braai expert and secret recipes are often closely guarded. In this title the author share her best tricks of the trade with you. Enjoy the robust flavours of succulent seafood, poultry and meat cooked to perfection over coals. Become an expert with our sauces and seasonings to shorten preparation time. Learn all about the latest cooking techniques and how to use innovative equipment and methods. The title will provide you with inspiration, practical, easy to follow recipes and many happy hours around the fire with friends.
For years, Prosecco has been waiting in the wings for the right time to make its sparkling appearance - and now it's taking the world by storm and putting the fizz into all social occasions! This book, packed with recipes, facts, trivia and tips on hosting the perfect sparkling-wine soiree, will make you even more mad about Prosecco than you already are!
Where can you read about a monstrous cheese big enough to hold a girl of 13 inside? Or that the invention of the bicycle directly, and poorly, impacted sales of cheddar? Or that some of the first cheese makers hid gold coins inside their wheels of dairy as a sales tool? Brethren, the writer calls you this because he hopes that you are `cheese-minded' like himself. This classic and charming book, a timeless love letter to English cheeses was first published in 1937, newly rediscovered and charmingly illustrated by EH Shepard. It is a treasure trove of wonderful anecdotes including the tale of the monstrous cheese big enough to hold a 13-year-old inside, the Stilton that purred like a cat and the famous cheesemaker in Manchester who selected which Cheshire cheese to sell based on where the mice had been nibbling `as they were the best judges of a good cheese'. Sir John Squire, a notable journalist of the time, collected together `a galaxy of talent', with the aim of making this `one of the most delightful and entertaining gift books that has ever been published'. Each of the distinguished ten contributors champion an individual cheese, setting forward their passionate and compelling arguments, celebrating the differences and delights of each type. Through their explorations, the chequered beauties of the English landscape unfolds. It will certainly whet the appetite for English cheese, for that is ultimately what matters most, as after all `the only way to learn about cheese is to eat it.'
Break new ground with this spice book like no other, from TV personality, food scientist and bestselling author, Dr Stuart Farrimond. Taking the periodic table of spices as a starting point, explore the science behind the art of making incredible spice blends and how the flavour compounds within spices work together to create exciting layers of flavour and new sensations. This is the perfect cookbook for curious cooks and adventurous foodies. Spice profiles - organised by their dominant flavour compound - showcase the world's top spices, with recipe ideas, information on how to buy, use, and store, and more in-depth science to help you release the flavours and make your own spice connections. There is also a selection of recipes using innovative spice blends, based on the new spice science, designed to brighten your palate and inspire your own culinary adventures. If you've ever wondered what to do with that unloved jar of sumac, why some spices taste stronger than others, or how to make your own personal garam masala, this inspirational guide has all the answers. Explore the world's best spices, be inspired to make your own new spice blends, and take your cooking to new heights. You'll turn to this beautiful and unique book time and again - to explore and to innovate.
Beautiful gift presentation pack of two bestselling books - Maw Broon's But an Ben Cookbook, and Maw Broon's Cooking with Bairns. Both books give great introductions to cooking, whether you are an adult or having fun baking and cooking in the kitchen with children.
*OBSERVER FOOD MONTHLY'S #1 FOOD BOOK OF 2018* 'This is a cookbook everyone should have in their kitchen. I will certainly have it in mine.' - Ruth Rogers From Joseph Trivelli, co-head chef of the world-renowned River Cafe, comes the ultimate classic guide to laid-back, comforting Italian food. Trivelli first learned to cook watching his Italian grandmother transform a few simple ingredients into something mouth-watering within their family kitchen. In this, his first book, he brings up-to-date all the traditional Italian food he grew up with alongside his own inventive creations. Featuring over 150 original recipes that cater for quick dinners right up to family feasts, Joe's focus is on fewer ingredients, exquisitely prepared. With chapters on pasta, fish, meat, vegetables and baked dishes, these are recipes sympathetic to the home cook - easy to throw together but look and taste incredible every time. Beautifully designed with evocative photography throughout, this is the Italian cookbook every modern kitchen needs. *** 'This is a book I shall be referring to very often. All the recipes are the real classic ones and yet they all have a touch of originality which gives them a new and welcome dimension. Bravo Joe.' - Anna del Conte 'I still haven't met a chef who has such a genuine love of food and its role in bringing people together.' - Stephen Harris, The Sportsman 'A truly personal collection of inspired recipes: all at once clever, quirky, thoughtful and witty. A joy.' - Simon Hopkinson 'Already one of my favourite cookery writers, this is next-level Joe Trivelli. Seasoned with good writing, saturated in great recipes, there is so much to love about this book. Like its writer, The Modern Italian Cook is a quiet triumph. I love it.' - Allan Jenkins 'Wonderful.' - Giorgio Locatelli 'Excellent . . . the writing is simple, clean, humble and evocative; the recipes are special and all seem so delicious.' - Itamar Srulovich, Honey & Co
Simplify the keto diet and customize it to fit your lifestyle with this accessible, easy-to-use guide! Lately, more and more people have been turning to the keto diet for its high-fat, low carb approach to health and weight-loss. But with so many rules and restrictions, how do you know where to begin? (And what if you're just not ready to give up pizza?!) Keto Basics is here to show you how easy to follow the keto diet can be, and how you can make it work for you, not the other way around! Keto Diets acknowledges that just because a popular diet works one way for one person doesn't mean it'll work the same way for you. Instead, it offers simple, easy to understand explanations and one hundred tips, tricks, and advice on how to adapt the keto diet to fit your needs! Say goodbye to the one-size-fits-all approach to the keto diet with Keto Basics.
In this paperback edition of his classic book The Winemasters, Nicholas Faith tells the story of the wines of Bordeaux - the most glamorous in the world. It is the history of a group of merchant families, mostly from Ireland and Germany, who for two centuries controlled the sales of the finest clarets and Sautemes. It is the tale of the way the owners of the region's greatest estates and chateaux freed themselves from the merchants' grip. Above all it is a story of the fascinating men and women involved - from the Rothschilds to dozens of eccentric chateau owners. The Winemasters of Bordeaux brings the story up to date, including the way that Bordeaux repelled the intrusion of the major international drinks groups. More successful newcomers have been the French nouveaux riches who have bought many of the famous chateaux.
Five years ago, popular blogger Brandi Doming of The Vegan 8 became a vegan, overhauling the way she and her family ate after a health diagnosis for her husband. The effects have been life-changing. Her recipes rely on refreshingly short ingredient lists that are ideal for anyone new to plant-based cooking or seeking simplified, wholesome, family-friendly options for weeknight dinners. All of the recipes are dairy-free and most are oil-free, gluten-free, and nut-free (if not, Brandi offers suitable alternatives), and ideally tailored to meet the needs of an array of health conditions. Each of the 100 recipes uses just 8 or fewer ingredients (not including salt, pepper, or water) to create satisfying, comforting meals from breakfast to dessert that your family--even the non-vegans--will love. Try Bakery-Style Blueberry Muffins, Fool 'Em "Cream Cheese" Spinach-Artichoke Dip, Cajun Veggie and Potato Chowder, Skillet Baked Mac n' Cheese, and No-Bake Chocolate Espresso Fudge Cake.
The world's last authentic overnight wooden steamboat, the Delta Queen cruised America's inland waters from 1927 through 2008, offering passengers breathtaking views, luxury accommodations, rousing entertainment, and southern-style feasts. For over eighty-two years, chefs in the small galley served memorable meals -- from fried chicken and crawfish en cro?te to strawberry shortcake and beignets. The Delta Queen Cookbook brings the Delta Queen's story to life with an engaging historical narrative and over 125 recipes prepared by the steamboat's former chefs during their tenures in the cookhouse. Nobles traces the story of the "Grand Old Lady" as she faced remarkable social, economic, and political challenges. The Delta Queen became a haven for illegal drinking during Prohibition, and she survived the effects of the Great Depression, World War II, and increasingly modern and sophisticated competition. Despite the obstacles, this flapper-era boat always found a seamless way to coddle passengers with cozy staterooms and delectable fare. Each chapter ends with authentic Delta Queen recipes -- including Citrus and Watercress Salad with Chili Dressing, Roast Duck and Wild Rice Soup, Speckled Trout Pecan, Eggs Crawkitty, Steamboat Pudding, and more -- proportioned and tested for home kitchens.
The Delta Queen Cookbook includes interviews with former crew, chefs, and passengers; over ninety historical and full-color photographs; and vintage and modern menus. History buffs, steamboat lovers, and home cooks alike will revel in the memories and tastes that make the Delta Queen one of America's best-loved national treasures.
There's a whole new world of beer out there to explore, but do you know your Pilsner from your Pale Ale? Tired of your usual tipple and in need of something different? The Pocket Guide to Beer will point your taste buds in new directions. This handy, fun and informative guide takes you on a journey using the BeerTubeMap, a unique flavour map that links beers by taste and style. Covering a huge range from around the world, it includes both traditional and new-wave beers. It also includes specific recommendations for each style, as well as practical tips about buying beer, what to eat with it, and lots more besides. Its straightforward, no-nonsense style makes it a great starter guide for beer newbies whilst providing inspiration for more seasoned drinkers too.
Tying down this iconic food market in one volume would be to disregard its nature. The Market Day Journal started out as an idea for a book, but Russel Wasserfall soon realised that any attempt to tie down the iconic food market at the Biscuit Mill in Cape Town in one volume would be to disregard its nature. With designer Roxy Spears, he conceptualised a series of journals which, like the market itself, are living things which have the capacity to change constantly, with each successive iteration. This is the first of a series of four journals that look at the seasons and tides of the market over the course of two years. By the time you read this, things will have moved on. Steve Jeffrey will have a new sausage on offer, the price of a Dasdog Mandog will have changed, but that doesn't matter. Each story is a glimpse of what we found at the Neighbourgoods Market on the days we were there.
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