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Packed with quizzes, recipes, crafts and lots of fill-in fun, My Adorable Kitten Journal is the purr-fect place to keep a record of your year. Find out how well you know your BFF, bake delicious cupcakes and doodle dream outfits. With loads of cute kittens and an elastic band to keep your secrets safe, this is the an ideal gift for kitten lovers.
An edition of The Culture and Cuisine of the Cape Malays. Each chapter is structured around the many important feasts celebrated in the Cape Malay community, with the recipes of special dishes prepared for special celebrations. Nowhere on earth are there people who relish a feast so much as the Cape Malays; nowhere on this planet is there a community so fervent in thanks to the Almighty for the blessings of the table...says Dr MC D'arcy in the foreword to this fascinating and informative title. Over many centuries Cape Malay food has proved to be extremely popular amongst South Africans from all walks of life, and now, increasingly amongst the many tourists visiting our country. This title contains recipes for all the firm favourites as well as less known, but equally delectable, dishes traditionally gracing the Cape Malay table. This new edition contains an extended recipe selection, including traditional food from other groups of our multicultural community that have become part and parcel of the Cape Malay tradition. There are more serving suggestions outside of the cultural context, and the stunning food photographs focus on plated, beautifully presented food rather than the opulence which is so customary at traditional Cape Malay celebrations. With this approach Cass hopes to take dishes which have been passed down from generation to generation for well over 300 years out of the family kitchens and on to the menus of the restaurants of South Africa so that everyone visiting our shores will be able to savour the flavours of the unique Cape Malay cuisine.
`From the first time I met Morgan I knew she was a special talent. From making, storing and ageing to tasting, slicing and hunting out new cheeses, there seems to be nothing she doesn't know.' Simon Rimmer The Modern Cheesemaker shows you how to make 18 cheeses, from the rich and gooey, to the wonderfully stinky, and all the cheeseboard favourites - including simple, fresh cheeses such as mozzarella and ricotta, working up to salty and versatile halloumi, feta and paneer, perfect, melting Swiss cheese, through to aged Cheddar and Brie. Starting from the very basics of the making process, with a guide to milk types and the seasonal nature of cheese, The Modern Cheesemaker will deepen your understanding of this essential ingredient and its production. The equipment you will need is thoroughly explained and readily available and by following the easy-to-use instructions and Morgan McGlynn's expert tips, you'll soon learn how to become your own artisan cheesemaker. To reap the rewards of your hard work, there are over 40 recipes for delicious cheese-based dishes to make, along with flavouring cheese and suggested accompaniments.
More than just a diet, t he Alkaline Cure is about enhancing all aspects of your mental and physical health , through improved digestion, an overall feeling of wellbeing, slowing down the signs of ageing and preventing chronic illnesses associated with age. Benefits include: clearer skin, increased energy, stronge r immune system and an improved metabolism . With over 100 years of medical prac tice, the F.X. Mayr Health Center in Austria has treated over 40,000 clients.
What do you cook for the people you love? Asked this question, 100 of Britainís food heroes have shared their most beloved recipes to make this extraordinary cookbook. Nigella Lawson divulges how to bake her Chocolate Guinness Cake and Rick Stein fries up Shrimp & Dill Fritters with Ouzo. Yotam Ottolenghi would serve Pea & Mint Croquettes, and for Jamie Oliver, his unrivalled Happy Fish Pie. These are just a few of the incredible recipes provided by the best and brightest on the British food scene, including names such as Raymond Blanc, Gordon Ramsay, Delia Smith, James Martin, Nigel Slater, Thomasina Miers, Mark Hix, Marco Pierre White, Jason Atherton, Claudia Roden and more. Compiled by award-winning food editor and author William Sitwell, The Really Quite Good British Cookbook is keenly anticipated and a stunning object in its own right. Ultimately it is a celebration of the breadth, creativity and richness of Britainís unique food culture.
Ask any self-respecting Louisianan who makes the best gumbo and the answer is universal: "Momma." The product of a melting pot of culinary influences, gumbo, in fact, reflects the diversity of the people who cooked it up: French aristocrats, West Africans in bondage, Cajun refugees, German settlers, Native Americans--all had a hand in the pot. What is it about gumbo that continues to delight and nourish so many? And what explains its spread around the world? A seasoned journalist, Ken Wells sleuths out the answers. His obsession goes back to his childhood in the Cajun bastion of Bayou Black, where his French-speaking mother's gumbo often began with a chicken chased down in the yard. Back then, gumbo was a humble soup little known beyond the boundaries of Louisiana. So when a homesick young Ken, at college in Missouri, realized there wasn't a restaurant that could satisfy his gumbo cravings, he called his momma for the recipe. That phone-taught gumbo was a disaster. The second, cooked at his mother's side, fueled a lifelong quest to explore gumbo's roots and mysteries. In Gumbo Life: Tales from the Roux Bayou, Wells does just that. He spends time with octogenarian chefs who turn the lowly coot into gourmet gumbo; joins a team at a highly competitive gumbo contest; visits a factory that churns out gumbo by the ton; observes the gumbo-making rituals of an iconic New Orleans restaurant where high-end Creole cooking and Cajun cuisine first merged. Gumbo Life, rendered in Wells' affable prose, makes clear that gumbo is more than simply a delicious dish: it's an attitude, a way of seeing the world. For all who read its pages, this is a tasty culinary memoir--to be enjoyed and shared like a simmering pot of gumbo.
Weber Hot & Spicy is a straightforward guide to cooking mouth-wateringly tasty dishes that have been given a lift by chillies and spices. South Africans love spicy food, especially when it is hot off the braai fire and washed down by our favourite cold beverage.
Master griller Jamie Purviance’s recipes are simple to follow and take the guesswork out of cooking with chillies and spices.
But the recipes are not only about cranking up the heat. There are plenty of fragrant spices on the menu, too. Handy tips provide advice where it is needed, and the short introduction covers how to prepare chillies, and what equipment you need for efficient braaiing.
A fascinating and easily accessible insight into the differences between organic and non-organic food quality. This landmark book redefines the nature of the debate concerning food quality. Revolutionary use of high quality magnifications of over 50 organic and nonorganic foodstuffs makes the comparison between the two instantly clear. The visual evidence is compelling to readers of all ages and levels of interest and expertise. Children, gardeners, farmers, parents and anyone interested in nutritional quality will find this book compelling and informative, as well as a beautiful addition to their library. Alongside the exquisite images are explanations from the author, who encourages the growth and consumption of organic foodstuffs as beneficial to health and vitality. The striking differences in the photographic comparisons are presented to encourage readers to reassess the effects of their life choices concerning culinary options and nutritional well-being.
Secrets from an Italian Kitchen is part of a new series of cookery books that are full of useful tips and secrets from the key cuisines around the world. This guide contains traditional Italian recipes to suit every occasion.'
Baking All Year Round is the second cookbook from Rosanna Pansino, the creator and star of YouTube's most popular baking show, Nerdy Nummies. This cookbook is dedicated to foods for all occasions, from Valentine's Day to Christmas and New Year's Eve. It is fully illustrated with recipes for colourful and creative baked goods, including autumn leaf cookies, red velvet Santa brownies, XOXO churros and many more. Get in the festive mood by creating themed desserts for holidays and special occasion, with family and friends. Whether you're headed to a last minute party or have plenty of time to prepare, this book has everything you'll need to make a lasting impression. There are also several recipes that are either gluten-free, dairy free, or vegan, so there's something for everyone to enjoy and celebrate all year round! Other recipes include: Wine gummy bears (Mother's Day) Mustache Donuts (Father's Day) Reindeer cake (Christmas) Breadstick bones (Halloween) Champagne cupcakes (New Year's) Pumpkin pie cookies (Thanksgiving) Heart-shaped ravioli (Valentine's Day)
The Palmer family has lived on the farm Cranemere, in the middle of the isolated expanse of the Great Karoo, for over a century. On Cranemere, the need to cook in accordance with the seasons has shaped a culinary tradition in which the art of creative improvisation is paramount, and each generation of Palmer women has brought unique elements and influences to today’s Karoo flavours.
The recipes in Prickly Pears & Pomegranates have been garnered from five generations of women in the Palmer family, and the result is that there is something for everyone in this book, from the exotic to the familiar. Find comfort in dishes like guineafowl pie, nostalgia in a farm-style pot-roasted chicken and pleasure in the vibrant colour of a dessert of crushed pomegranate seeds with rose water.
Prickly Pears & Pomegranates is a book about food as it should be: seasonal, simplified and full of flavour.
South Africans love the flavours of the Mediterranean: olive oil, lemons, herbs, vineripened tomatoes, fragrant spices, fresh seafood and succulent grilled meats get us excited. In Weber Mediterranean, master griller Jamie Purviance explores the cuisine of the region. Jamieís recipes are simple to follow and take the guesswork out of braaiing, while his handy tips provide advice where it is needed. The short introduction includes how to make flat breads and kebabs, and what equipment you need for effi cient braaiing. Also included are cooking charts for fi sh and shellfish, lamb, beef, pork, poultry and vegetables.
Cooking the basics, with confidence! Have you always wanted to learn how to cook, but don't know where to start? Whether you're intimidated by complex recipes and glossy photographs, or you're a student moving out for the first time, this book will give you the tools you need to gain confidence in the kitchen, and experience the satisfaction of mastering a fundamental life skill. Written in a refreshingly direct and friendly style, this concise handbook covers all bases: equipment, weekly meal planners, how to follow a recipe, basic nutrition, popular cooking techniques and, of course, recipes! The recipes revolve around key ingredients - eggs, pasta, pulses, meats and stocks. With easy to follow instructions, you'll be whipping up full roast dinners, aromatic curries and deliciously sweet desserts, in no time at all. So why not take the first step? Start cooking today!
When you think Brazil, you think Carnival an explosion of colors and flavors. BRAZA is no different, full of vibrant traditional Brazilian dishes that will have you experiencing the carnival atmosphere in the comfort of your own home. With 80 authentic recipes, BRAZA will help you to discover the explosive tastes of Brazilian food and cooking from sizzling Churrascarias, to street food, to family inspired dishes, with an introduction into the Brazilian people and cultures as experienced by Brazilian chef and author, Andre Felicio."
Both volumes of Nigel Slater's beautiful Tender, available together for the very first time in this collectable boxed edition. The definitive guide to cooking with vegetables and fruit, Tender Volumes I and II reaffirm Nigel Slater's position as Britain's finest food writer. From the presenter of BBC One's Simple Cooking. Collectively nominated an incredible 21 times as Book of the Year. Limited edition. 'The greatest cookery writer of them all.' The Guardian 'No one writes more temptingly about food.' The Independent 'The year's must-have cook book.' The Observer
Jane Grigson wrote of Italian Food `Basil was no more than the name of bachelor uncles, courgette was printed in italics as an alien word, and few of us knew how to eat spaghetti or pick a globe artichoke to pieces. ... Then came Elizabeth David like sunshine, writing with brief elegance about good food, that is, about food well contrived, well cooked. She made us understand that we could do better with what we had.' Published in 1954 the importance of this book, which required a full year's research in Italy, can only be appreciated when you realise that she was working in a post-rationing England which regarded Italian cuisine as nothing more than variations on pasta and veal. What she discovered was an enormous wealth of regional diversity in ingredients, methods, and even language, where the same pasta shape can be called three or four names in different parts of the country. She understood that all Italian cooking is regional; there is no 'national' cuisine and so there are eight recipes for aubergines, fourteen for artichokes, five for fennel and seven for lentils, all from different regions. But if such descriptions seem to today's reader overly thorough it is because many of her 1950's audience would have never heard of risotto, gorgonzola, prosciutto or even olive oil, let alone been able to purchase them. This is a critical and analytical look at Italian food - her personality and point of view come out on almost every page - organised by type of dish rather than by region and is full of details of kitchens and cooking by painters from the 14th, 15th and 18th centuries. The book is filled with asides and quotes from Italian writers and thinkers and as confirmation that this is more a work of scholarship than a simple book on cookery, there are appendices of bibliographies and notes on wine. If you want to explore the authentic regional roots of the Italian kitchen, Elizabeth David's masterpiece is the place to start. And the joy and relevance of this book today is that recipes that could only be read 60 years ago can now be cooked and savoured. Elizabeth David's acclaimed writings are often cited as an inspiration by many of today's leading chefs, as well as home cooks, and are essential to any serious cookery book collection.
Learn to cook smarter, save time and money, and enjoy great meals crafted from leftovers in this practical and creative cookbook that teaches you to plan and prepare great "second meals." When it comes to cooking and leftovers, James Beard Award-winner Sara Dickerman believes that there is nothing better than figuring out the right way to reframe a good meal into another, potentially great meal. Second meals aren't just reheating last night's dinner. For Sara, there's excitement in introducing new flavors and textures at the next meal-that eureka moment of fitting ingredients you have into a delicious new framework. In Secrets of Great Second Meals, she inspires use to create fresh, delicious meals using what's in those containers in the refrigerator. At Sara's house, re-invention might mean pureeing roasted vegetables into a quick soup, crafting a beautiful salad with some second-day salmon, or stuffing cooked rice into roasted poblano peppers. But unlike other cookbooks that emphasize thrift, Secrets of Great Second Meals focuses on creating inviting, sophisticated, and healthy recipes that are open-ended enough to adapt to what you have on hand. Sara shows how to make the most of your food the way chefs do: by thinking of meals in a more modular way. With a little thoughtful planning, you can look at extra food from one dinner as components to another meal that has already been prepped. Sara provides a list of the top ten most versatile dishes for multiple meals, offers advice on food storage (how to wrap it, when to put it in the fridge, when to freeze it, and when to throw it out), and includes tips on adding freshness and flavor using salt, acids, herbs, and texture. Most importantly, she gives home cooks the tools they need to learn how to improvise confidently. The recipes in Secret of Great Second Meals are meant to be flexible, and Sara gives home cooks plenty of cues on how they can be adapted to fit what in the fridge and pantry for dishes such as: The Frittata: Meatball Frittata with Mozzarella and Tomatoes (extra ingredient: meatballs) The Quinoa Bowl: Quinoa Bowl with Greens, Sweet Potatoes, and Turmeric Cream (extra ingredients: cooked quinoa, roasted sweet potatoes, and cooked greens) The Chicken Salad: Ginger-Scallion Chicken Salad with Cucumbers (extra ingredient: roasted chicken) The Chunky Chile-Laced Soup: Turkey-Vegetable Tortilla Soup (extra ingredients: shredded turkey or chicken and roasted vegetables) Deli Sandwich with a Twist: Hot Ham and Cheese with Dill Pickle Relish (extra ingredient: cooked ham) The Fish Cake: Black Cod Cakes with Cilantro, Scallions, and Tomato Salad (extra ingredients: cooked fish and cooked potatoes) The Pesto Pasta: Parsley and Celery Pesto with Whole Wheat Spaghetti, Sausage, and Broccoli (extra ingredients: cooked Italian sausage and broccoli) The Rice Pudding: Saffron Rice Pudding (extra ingredient: cooked rice) Illustrated with full-color photos throughout, Secrets of Great Second Meals makes re-imagining food for a second meal not just a good, cheap, un-wasteful thing to do, but way of making everyday eating more inventive and enticing.
A sumptuous but wonderfully simple book which packs a big nutritional punch A soup bible; ideal book for foodies looking to lose a few pounds without losing the joy of flavour
Based on the success of Yummy, Easy, Quick, Matt Preston has done it again, and this time he's gone global.
Here are 135 of Matt's favourite iconic dishes from 11 of the world's great cuisines, all of which are quick to prepare using easy-to-find ingredients.
Ditch the food-delivery app and up your kitchen game with more yummy, easy and quick meals the whole family will love.
Easy, Affordable Raw kickstarts your raw food lifestyle with everything that you need to know. How do I organize my kitchen? What kind of ingredients should I buy? Pie for breakfast?
Lisa Viger, author and raw food expert, easily breaks down the raw food lifestyle including health and environmental benefits of a raw food diet. She also answers common questions about nutrition, protein, and energy. With more than 100 recipes that are affordable, simple, and quick to prepare, you'll be enjoying a better-feeling, cleaner body in no time. Inside you'll find fantastic salads, entrees, desserts, condiments, cheeses, and more! Make amazing recipes like: Grapefruit Pear and Candied Nut Salad with Blood Orange Dressing, Almond Pumpkin Seed Vanilla Dried Cherry Cereal, and Avocado and Arugula Pizza!
Easy, Affordable Raw is a practical handbook and recipe book that makes the raw food lifestyle totally accessible for anyone, anywhere, even on a smaller budget.
In Japan, hot pot cooking is called nabemono, or nabe, and cooked in donabe, traditional clay pots. Comforting, healthy, affordable, easy, and quick-especially when you make your broth bases in advance-these satisfying one-pot meals can be customized for anyone (including kids!). Simply Hot Pots brings hot pot cooking to your table with a complete course of 75 recipes, including 15 base broths (from shabu-shabu to bone broths to creamy corn and tomato broths); pork, chicken, beef, seafood, spicy, vegetable, and specialty hot pot meals; dipping sauces; sides; and desserts. Amy Kimoto-Kahn, the best-selling author of Simply Ramen, shares recipes of traditional and non-traditional Japanese hot pots, along with East Asian hot pots with flavors from Mongolia, Thailand, and Malaysia. You and your guests will love quickly cooking shabu-shabu-style meats, greens, mushrooms, onions, root and other vegetables, and tofu in the piping hot, savory broths, followed by a shime (end-of-meal course), when plump udon noodles, tender ramen noodles, or fluffy rice are placed into the leftover broth and simmered until warm and bursting with its delicious flavor. With easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions and stunning photos, Simply Hot Pots will not only have your dinner table brimming with great food, but also great conversation.
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