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Kim-Joy's baked creations have charmed fans since she was in the final of the Great British Bake Off 2018. Following on from her bestselling debut book, Baking with Kim-Joy, she's turning to everyone's favourite time of year - Christmas! Sharing her simple decorating techniques and her delicious flavour combinations, Kim-Joy will delight novice and seasoned bakers with - amongst many others - her melted snowman cake pops, white chocolate igloos with marshmallow seals, penguin bao buns and incredible inspiration for designing your own magical gingerbread village. Whether you're after ideas for edible Christmas gifts or bigger bakes to feed friends and family, you'll find a treasure trove of adorable recipes here that will melt everyone's heart. Christmas 2020 is officially set to be the sweetest Christmas on record!
A gorgeous and unique cookbook from the award-winning Katie Quinn Davies. What Katie Ate is a feast for your eyes as well as your table; a perfect gift for those who love Tessa Kiros' Apples for Jam or Falling Cloudberries, fans of Nigel Slater, Lorraine Pascale or Nigella, or anyone who enjoys cookbooks and good food but wants something new. What Katie Ate started out as an award-winning food blog by renowned food photographer, designer, writer and cook Katie Quinn Davies. Dublin-born Katie's simple and delicious recipes complemented by her truly stunning photography brought hundreds of thousands of fans from across the globe to Katie's table, fans who continue to log on regularly to see what Katie will eat next and be inspired by her spellbinding approach to home cooking. This debut cookbook is full of honest, doable recipes, part inspired by Katie's love for throwing a good meal for friends and family and part inspired by the diversity of the good ingredients. A cookbook like no other, What Katie Ate features over 100 simple, elegant recipes you immediately want to cook, plus ideas on how you can adapt them; stories from Katie's foodie travels and experiences; menu suggestions to tempt and inspire - and all brought to life through her extraordinary images. Beautiful, inspirational and thoroughly delightful, What Katie Ate is a treasure to be given and enjoyed. Recipes Include: Sizzling Prawns Caramelised Onion and Goats Cheese Tartlets with Balsamic Syrup Creamy Macaroni Bake with Salami and Chilli Beef and Guinness Pie Katie's Fish Pie with Crunchy Bacon and Leek Topping Pulled Pork Sandwiches with Apple Cider Slaw Pumpkin Ravioli with Brown Butter Sauce and Roasted Pecans Mini Raspberry and Chocolate Meringue Kisses Vanilla Bean Ice Cream with Salted Butterscotch Sauce and Honey Roasted Almond Brittle
Have I told you I'm vegan yet? Who is this book for? It's for vegans, people who want to know about vegans, vegetarians who dabble in the dark arts of soya milk, meat-reducers and full carnivores looking to take the piss out of vegans. What's in this book? Answers to questions like: 'What is a vegan, wait, I don't eat gluten, am I a vegan?!'; pie charts to show how much conversation time with non-vegans will focus on how you're getting your protein; useful recipes and advice (such as how to work on your smugface); inspirational(ish) quotes and much more. What isn't in this book? Arguments for or against veganism; it's obvious that you should be vegan and here is how to do it. How to Vegan is the hilarious new book from the infographic genius Stephen Wildish, author of How to Swear and How to Adult.
The comprehensive weaning companion from the UK's no. 1 children's
cookery author and weaning expert, Annabel Karmel.
Culinary Herbs & Spices of the World is a reference guide to more than 120 different culinary herbs, spices and flavourings from all the well-known culinary traditions of the world. It is a scientifically accurate and richly illustrated review of the physical appearance, correct names, botany, geographical origin, history, cultivation, harvesting, culinary uses and flavour ingredients of more than 120 different herbs and associated species. A new perspective on the botanical and chemical principles of tastes and flavours is presented, making it an interesting and colourful contribution to the culinary exploration of the world.
Raise your spirits and toast Saint Nick! Hot gin toddies. Smoking rosemary old fashioneds. A "wet" Advent calendar. Now you can experience Christmas the way it was meant to be celebrated: with festive cocktails and a lively history of Saint Nicholas and other saints! Michael Foley, author of Drinking with the Saints, presents holiday drink recipes; beer, wine, and cider recommendations; and witty instruction on how to honor the saints in this exquisite gift book that will make your Christmas more spirited than ever before. "With lively stories and delicious drink recipes, this book takes us on a rollicking journey through the lives of the saints. What a fun and fabulous way to engage with your faith during the holidays." - Jennifer Fulwiler, author of One Beautiful Dream and host of the Jennifer Fulwiler Show on the Catholic Channel
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.
Die Heel Beste Bakboek is ’n stap-vir-stap inleiding tot bak wat kinders van beginners tot ervare bakkers laat ontwikkel. Met behulp van foto’s onderskei hulle tussen verskillende prosesse soos klits en romerig klop, en selfs wat die verskil tussen ’n beslag en ’n deeg is.
Die bekroonde skrywer Jane Bull lei kinders nie net om meer as tien verskillende bakbederfi es voor te berei nie, maar ook watter metodes, gereedskap en terminologie vir elke resep gebruik word. Hulle leer hoe om ’n groot verskeidenheid dinge te bak, van brood en muffi ns tot koek en koekies, met variasies vir elke bakmengsel. Die kinders kan kreatief wees wanneer hulle wenke volg hoe om met neute, sade, versiersel, en lekkers te versier!
Everything a griller wants to know in the most complete grilling
technique book ever:
More than ever, people are interested in learning how to incorporate the remarkable flavours of specialty extra virgin olive oils and balsamic vinegars into their everyday cooking. The Recipes Olive Oil and Vinegar Lover's cookbook series is an easy way to learn how to do that with minimal investment. With just four products, you can make every one of the 50 recipes in the book. The first in the series is Italy. With just two specialty infused olive oils--Blood Orange and Tuscan Herb--and two balsamic vinegars--Fig Dark Balsamic and Sicilian Lemon White Balsamic--you can produce all fifty of the classic Italian recipes featured in Italy: Recipes for Olive Oil and Vinegar Lovers. This gorgeous full-colour book includes recipes for appetizers, soup and salad, pasta, mains, and sweets, and also offers five full menus for planning a pitch-perfect dinner party. You'll find all your favourite classic rustic Italian dishes here, including bruschetta, panzanella salad, cioppino, polenta, fresh pasta, meatballs, biscotti, panna cotta, and many more--all accompanied by stunning photography.
The Food Almanac is a monthly collection of food stories told by an eclectic mix of voices from the literary and food worlds. From legendary food writers and lauded chefs to up-and-coming poets and debut novelists, each story looks at the gastronomic world through a cultural prism, using food as a way to explore deeper issues. After all, writing about food is, inevitably, writing about life. This diverse, dazzling collection of food writing includes memoirs, essays, short stories and poems, all commissioned specially for the collection by Miranda York, editor of At The Table magazine. Food can inspire and bring people together: to share conversations, to share ideas, to share knowledge, and feel connected. Our happiest moments are often created sitting round a table, sharing food and stories with people we love, people we admire, or even people we've just met. Join us at the table, all year round.
This valuable book has become a standard text for owners of home dehydrators and is held in high esteem in the food storage industry and by home users everywhere. It presents the basic principles of the dehydrating art with clarity and provides many useful tips, a host of valuable suggestions, and dozens of delicious recipes for all types of meals. After explaining the nutritional aspects of dehydrating foods, dehydration methods and basic techniques are examined in detail. Methods for storing the food after it has been dehydrated are also given. Then come the recipes - simple, delicious, and exciting! They cover the entire array of menus. Home Food Dehydrating, a valuable basic guide to the techniques of food preservation, belongs on every homemaker's bookshelf. It holds the keys to success in this vital homemaking art.
The part-time vegetarian who was identified in Sally's first book, Veggiestan, has become a thing. Great swathes of the population are now eschewing meat for the best part of the week in favour of healthier, vegetable-based alternatives. The appetite for new ways to brighten your broccoli, add sparkle to your spinach and titillate your tomatillos has never been greater. Since opening her vegetarian cafe within her shop Persepolis, Sally has seen an explosion of interest in her Middle Eastern-influenced vegetarian dishes. Inspired by the food Sally serves up daily to her hungry customers, this sequel to Veggiestan, ventures a little further from the Middle Eastern shores, deserts and mountain ranges to other continents and beyond... The book still mostly draws on Sally's experience in Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine, but once again she looks to all parts of the globe for vegetarian recipes (and stories). Persepolis brings you the most outstanding (and fun) ways of feeding without meat or fish, stopping along the way for a chat with the residents and a bit of sightseeing. 150 new recipes, including more vegan recipes/alternatives, offer a fantastic variety of ideas for the vegetarian cook.
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
Taking a food-forward, modern approach to the laws of kashrut, 100 original recipes showcase the breadth of flavours, textures, ingredients, and techniques available while keeping kosher. Modern Kosher presents culturally Jewish recipes from Ashkenazi, Sephardic, and contemporary Israeli traditions; dishes from Latin, Asian, and other international cuisines for the kosher table; and highly practical pantry recipes, including stocks, sauces, oils, and pickles, plus the ultimate recipes for schmaltz and gribenes to enhance the reader's everyday cooking. Vegans, vegetarians, and gluten-free cooks will all find recipes to share. Whether planning a family holiday or a weeknight dinner with friends, Modern Kosher is elevated comfort food of the most delicious sort.
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