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If you haven't heard of einkorn yet, get ready to get excited. Easy to digest, less likely to cause gut inflammation, tolerable for those with gluten sensitivity these are just a few reasons why the ancient grain known as einkorn is quickly becoming one of the most popular grains/flours on the market--not to mention its sweet flavor and silky texture. How does one prepare this ancient grain? Popular food bloggers, Tim and Shanna Mallon of "Food Loves Writing," bring einkorn right to your table with this beautiful whole food cookbook that includes over 100 recipes, all featuring the world's most ancient grain. Recipes are broken into sections including breakfast, appetizers, breads, main dishes, and desserts, and include such hits as: Vegetable Quiche with an Einkorn Crust, Kale Salad with Einkorn Berries, Einkorn Cranberry Walnut Bread, Einkorn Cinnamon Buns, Acorn Squash and Caramelized Onion, Einkorn Salad, and Mexican Chocolate Einkorn Cookies. Get ready to embrace einkorn, not only for its health benefits, but its wonderful taste. Once you try " The Einkorn Cookbook," you'll never go back.
From its roots in ancient Greek herbal medicine, the popular spirit we now know as gin was established by the Dutch in the sixteenth century as a juniper-infused tincture to cure fevers. It gained notoriety during the London 'gin craze' in the eighteenth century before enjoying a recent resurgence and a profusion of new botanical flavourings. Garnished with sumptuous illustrations depicting the plants that tell the story of this complex and iconic drink, this enticing book delves into the botany of gin from root to branch. A diverse assortment of aromatic plants from around the world have been used in the production of gin over the course of several centuries. Each combination of botanicals yields a unique flavour profile that equates to more than the sum of its parts. Understanding the different types of formulation, and the main groups of plants used therein, is central to appreciating the drink's complexities and subtleties. As this book's extraordinary range of featured ingredients shows, gin is a quintessentially botanical beverage with a rich history like no other.
Winner of the Gourmand International World Cookbook Award, Recovering Our Ancestors' Gardens is back! Featuring an expanded array of tempting recipes of indigenous ingredients and practical advice about health, fitness, and becoming involved in the burgeoning indigenous food sovereignty movement, the acclaimed Choctaw author and scholar Devon A. Mihesuah draws on the rich indigenous heritages of this continent to offer a helpful guide to a healthier life. Recovering Our Ancestors' Gardens features pointed discussions about the causes of the generally poor state of indigenous health today. Diminished health, Mihesuah contends, is a pervasive consequence of colonialism, but by advocating for political, social, economic, and environmental changes, traditional food systems and activities can be reclaimed and made relevant for a healthier lifestyle today. New recipes feature pawpaw sorbet, dandelion salad, lima bean hummus, cranberry pie with cornmeal crust, grape dumplings, green chile and turkey posole, and blue corn pancakes, among other dishes. Savory, natural, and steeped in the Native traditions of this land, these recipes are sure to delight and satisfy. This new edition is revised, updated, and contains new information, new chapters, and an extensive curriculum guide that includes objectives, resources, study questions, assignments, and activities for teachers, librarians, food sovereignty activists, and anyone wanting to know more about indigenous foodways.
'A simply brilliant book - modern, clever, beautiful and full of delicious recipes.' Jamie Oliver A modern vegetarian cookbook packed with quick, healthy and fresh recipes, that fits perfectly with how we want to eat now. How we want to eat is changing. More and more people want to cook without meat a couple of nights a week, or are looking for interesting ideas for dishes for their vegetarian friends (whilst pushing their own vegetarian repertoire beyond a red onion and goat's cheese tart or a mushroom risotto). At the same time we want to eat food that is a little lighter, a little healthier, a little easier on our pockets, but that won't have us chopping mountains of veg or slaving over the stove for hours. Anna Jones is a brilliant young cook and food writer, who worked with Jamie Oliver for many years. Her first cookbook is a totally modern take on vegetarian eating - recipes that are healthy, nourishing, truly tasty and satisfying, introducing new dishes that are simple to make. Based on how Anna likes to eat day to day, A Modern Way to Eat covers everything from a blueberry and amaranth porridge to start the day to a quick autumn root panzanella or avocado, butterbean and miso salad for lunch; a tomato and coconut cassoulet, pistachio and squash galette, or mint, ricotta and courgette polpette for dinner. Packed with recipes that explore the full breadth of vegetarian ingredients - different grains, nuts, seeds and seasonal vegetables - and alternative approaches to cooking that avoid too much dairy or heavy carbs and gluten, this is a cookbook for how we want to eat now.
Eat Nourish Flourish is a 12 step plan and recipe book to enable you and your family to establish a healthy, sustainable relationship with the food you eat. It features 60 recipes which are not only healthy, hearty and delicious but they are also all simple-to-make, which is so important when you are trying to change the habits of the whole family. Written by food coach and mother of three Carey Davis-Munro, she knows only too well that for positive change to be sustainable, gain the support of your loved ones, and have a long-lasting impact, it needs to be a process. You'll need to bring your family along with you, throughout the education, the understanding, the planning, the cooking, and - of course - the passion. And that's where Eat Nourish Flourish comes in. There are many complex psychological reasons as to why we don't invest the time, energy, and money in healthy eating, so Carey primarily focuses on changing the relationship you have with food for the better. Alongside the 12 step plan, Carey has also created 60 flexitarian recipes which once you have restocked your food cupboard, are all simple to make whether it's a quick midweek tea, breakfast-on-the-go or a fully fledged evening meal. Standout dishes include Butternut Squash and Porcini Risotto, Aubergine Rogan Josh, Butternut Aloo and Raita and Baked Salmon Steaks with Ginger, Lime, Chilli and Tamari. Snacks and sweet treats include Crispy Chickpeas and Healthy Millionaires while there are also plenty of soups, salads and sides to choose from too. But this is so much more than a recipe book. It's about empowering you to make positive changes that will last and, ultimately, giving you and your family all the tools you need to live a long and healthy life.
Porridge is the breakfast of choice for celebrities, chefs, athletes and slimmers, but it's also one of the most comforting foods out there - the ultimate winter breakfast. The latest superfood to grab media attention, oats are revered for their cholesterol-lowering properties and what's more, they are super cheap. We think of porridge and oatmeal as having a Scottish heritage but in fact versions using different grains originated from other parts of the world, including barley porridge from Norway. This delightful book offers a wealth of recipes for the porridge fan, with chapters on the different grains available, ideas for bircher muesli and granola, and wonderful fruit compotes and other toppings, you'll be amazed at how versatile this dish is. Choose from the 35 delicious recipes and give your breakfast a new lease of life.
Slimming food has never tasted so good; the must-have first cookbook from the UK's most visited food blog.
Sharing delicious home-style recipes with a hugely engaged online community, pinchofnom.com has helped millions of people to cook well and lose weight. The Pinch of Nom cookbook can help novice and experienced home-cooks enjoy exciting, flavourful and satisfying meals. Accessible to everyone by not including diet points, all of these recipes are compatible with the principles of the UK's most popular diet programmes.
There are 100 incredible recipes in the book, 33 of which are vegetarian. Each recipe has been tried and tested by twenty Pinch of Nom community members to ensure it is healthy, full of flavour and incredibly easy to make. Whether it’s Cumberland Pie, Mediterranean Chicken Orzo, Mexican Chilli Beef or Chicken Balti, this food is so good you’ll never guess the calorie count. This book does not include ‘values’ from mainstream diet programmes as these are everchanging. Instead the recipes are labelled with helpful icons to guide you towards the ones that suit you best – whether you’re looking for something veggie, fancy a fakeaway, want to feed a family of four or have limited time to spare.
Kate Allinson and Kay Featherstone owned a restaurant together in The Wirral, where Kate was head chef. Together they created the Pinch of Nom blog with the aim of teaching people how to cook. They began sharing healthy, slimming recipes and today Pinch of Nom is the UK's most visited food blog with an active and engaged online community of over 1.5 million followers.
Showing that dieting should never be a barrier to good food, Pinch of Nom is the go-to home cookbook for mouthwatering meals that tick all the boxes.
This is a positive, authoritative look at the health questions that surround veganism so that you can get the most out of your plant-based diet.
Veganism is one of the fastest growing movements across the world, with 3.5 million people in the UK having cut out animal products completely. This diet, however, is not without its difficulties. As with any diet, when you change what you eat, you also have to change the way you eat and how you think about food. It is easy, in 2020, to fall down a rabbit hole of vegan fast food and beans on toast and end up deficient in iron, iodine, omega-3 fatty acids and calcium. On a vegan diet it can sometimes also be difficult to get enough high-quality proteins and even calories. Lack of these nutrients may lead to unwanted symptoms of feeling sluggish or low in energy, looking pale and suffering mood swings. Simply cutting out meat and eating more veg doesn't guarantee a healthy diet. With this book as your companion, you can remedy these pitfalls so that you feel healthy and bursting with energy and vitality.
This is the simple, flexible and nutritionally approved way to make it easier to stick to a vegan diet without compromising on health.
“Mealtimes have always given me my most precious memories! I pour much love into the dishes I create – with fresh ingredients, real food, and a constant eye on what is healthy.”
Take a culinary journey homewards with Trish as your guide and host. For many years, she’s been gathering recipes from friends, family, chefs and foodies from all over the globe and preparing food that her friends and family devour.
Uncomplicated to create, and with easy-to-source ingredients, everyone can serve these treasured low-carb recipes with success.
Think of long tables filled with abundant and delicious food shared with love and laughter. This is Trish’s signature style: comforting, delectable and healthy
Healthy eating doesn't need to be expensive or complicated with Melanie Lionello's nutritious, delicious recipes, which incorporate the flavors and health benefits of Mediterranean cuisine into meals that cost three or less dollars per serving. Melanie shows readers how to use lean proteins, bright produce, tasty seafood and heart-healthy olive oil to create light, satisfying dishes from her family's Italian background and her study of Turkish cuisine. Thanks to Mediterranean cuisine's focus on simple meals with few but flavorful ingredients, readers only need to buy a couple components to enjoy incredible mains such as Easy Gnocchi with Asparagus, Peas and Lemon and Creamy Baked Pesto Chicken well as zesty soups and salads such as Coconut Lentil Soup and Roasted Pumpkin Salad with Goat's Cheese, Pomegranate and Honeyed Walnuts. With these fresh and easy recipes, you can cook the Mediterranean way without breaking the bank or spending all night in the kitchen.
Wunder Workshop founders, ZoŽ and Tom, present their exploration of healing root spices including turmeric, ginger, galangal, ashwagandha and maca.
As well as reviewing the scientific literature and presenting research in a simple yet informative manner, the pair tell their unique story of discovering first turmeric then other super roots. They reveal ways that these superfoods can be incorporated more readily in everyday meals.
Organised by type of dish, ZoŽ and Tom reveal the alchemy of roots, their health benefits and where they come from before moving onto recipes that enhance your mood, encourage a healthy gut and, most of all, taste good!
There are tonics and elixirs, snacks, main meals and topical recipes to keep you looking and feeling good, inside and out. These recipes are designed to be functional while remaining super simple and fun. There is everything from a golden beetroot latte, ginseng root tea, turmeric granola, immune-boosting broths and maca bliss balls, plus burdock tea tonic, topical solutions for a brightening face mask and even an Ayurvedic anti-anxiety bath soak.
Bring more vibrancy and magic to the food you love with these incredible super root spices.
Other titles in this series include: Super Pulses and Super Grains, Nuts & Seeds.
From Canton Restaurant to Panda Express takes readers on a compelling journey from the California Gold Rush to the present, letting readers witness both the profusion of Chinese restaurants across the United States and the evolution of many distinct American-Chinese iconic dishes from chop suey to General Tso's chicken. Along the way, historian Haiming Liu explains how the immigrants adapted their traditional food to suit local palates, and gives readers a taste of Chinese cuisine embedded in the bittersweet story of Chinese Americans. Treating food as a social history, Liu explores why Chinese food changed and how it has influenced American culinary culture, and how Chinese restaurants have become places where shared ethnic identity is affirmed - not only for Chinese immigrants but also for American Jews. The book also includes a look at national chains like P. F. Chang's and a consideration of how Chinese food culture continues to spread around the globe. Drawing from hundreds of historical and contemporary newspaper reports, journal articles, and writings on food in both English and Chinese, From Canton Restaurant to Panda Express represents a groundbreaking piece of scholarly research. It can be enjoyed equally as a fascinating set of stories about Chinese migration, cultural negotiation, race and ethnicity, diverse flavored Chinese cuisine and its share in American food market today.
Everything you ever wanted to know about beer but were too busy drinking it to ask. The Little Book of Beer is a light-hearted, irreverent but also informative book that celebrates beer culture. The book should be something that enlightens the reader while also leaving them foaming (pun intended) at the month at the mere thought of going for a pint. It will show how beer is one of the great unifiers, a drink almost as old as time, and it is something that brings people together and makes them happy. While it celebrates how beer has influenced popular culture and vice versa, it avoids falling into obvious traps of beer snobbery or elitism. 'You can't be a real country unless you have a beer and an airline - it helps if you have some kind of football team, or some nuclear weapons, but in the very least you need a beer.' Frank Zappa. 'When all else fails, there is music. When that fails you, there is beer.' James Hauenstein.
A glorious update of a modern classic - full of colourful recipes that evoke Italian life at its most enticing, Passione is the story of Gennaro Contaldo's upbringing in Italian food and will teach you to cook like a true Italian. Born just metres away from the sea on Italy's stunning Amalfi coast, Gennaro learnt from his father how to seek out wild food - free-diving for oysters, foraging for wild mushrooms and missing school to go fishing. This adventurous spirit lived on throughout Gennaro's career in food and was what went on to inspire Jamie Oliver to call Gennaro his 'London dad'. It was summed up here in this first, glorious collection of his favourite Italian recipes, originally published in 2003. Lovingly restored and updated for the modern kitchen, this new edition of this classic book features photographs from Gennaro's childhood alongside stunning food and travel photography. Over 100 recipes, full of delightful personal recollections, share the secrets of Gennaro's love affair with Italian food, and will inspire cooks of all abilities to taste the true flavours of the Italian coastline. Buon appetito! 'His talent for cooking and story-telling changed my life and food forever.' Jamie Oliver 'The man cooks like an angel and no ordinary angel.' Matthew Norman, Sunday Telegraph
In 1975, Anne Willan, a culinary icon who, along with Julia Child, Jacque Pepin, James Beard, and others, launched the modern culinary industry, founded Ecole de Cuisine La Varenne in Paris and educated some of today's most notable chefs - among them Steve Raichlen, Gale Gand, Virgina Willis, Martha Holmberg, and Alexis Guarnaschelli. Upon enrolling at La Varenne, all students received a helpful and easy reference tool: La Varenne Basic Recipes. The booklet was based on chef Albert Jorant's belief that "there are only fifty basic recipes in the culinary repertoire, and all other dishes can be made from them." Edited by Anne Willan, La Varenne Basic Recipes was fifty-five staple bound pages with a card stock cover and it was a treasure-trove of essential recipes for any aspiring chef. The recipes included: -Stocks - 10 recipes: including Veal, Chicken, Fish and Glazes -Sauces - 17 recipes: from Brown to Bechamel to Hollandaise and Mayonnaise -Pastry and Cakes - 8 recipes including Pie, Sweet, Choux & Puff Pastry as well as Sponge Cake -Creams and Icings - 7 recipes including Butter Cream Frosting and Pastry Cream -Meringues - 3 recipes -Desserts and Cooking Sugar - 6 recipes including Ice Cream plus a Sugar Cooking Chart. Now, for the first time, the 50 essential recipes from the La Varenne curriculum are available to chefs, culinary students, and passionate cooking enthusiasts in Secrets from The La Varenne Kitchen. (It is important to note that this is not a book of finished dishes, though some recipes such as sherbet are complete in themselves. Rather it is a collection of the sauces, pastries and creams that go to make up a dish.) Above all, Secrets from the La Varenne Kitchen is a working tool, to fashion professional excellence. It is a practical book for practical cooks - both professional and home enthusiasts.
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