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'A delicious collection of versatile, quick and simple pescatarian inspired dishes, for all to enjoy!' Gordon Ramsay 'Wow, this is such a wonderful book, just open the cover and let Jo take you through some really inspiring recipes and ideas and show you just how simple cooking great seafood can be.' Mitch Tonks Whether you're looking to eat less meat, a lover of seafood, or even a dedicated pescatarian, you'll find something for you in this book filled with delicious and practical recipes for every lifestyle from celebrated chef Jo Pratt. Choose between cooking each recipe as a fish dish, or get creative with some veggie substitutes. From a curried Buddha bowl to Cornish crab pasties, aromatic cured salmon with pea blinis to a wholesome and hearty smoky mac `n' cheese, the range of international recipes spans the globe and are all simple, well-balanced and packed with flavour. As well as easy approaches on how to cook your fish and hacks for vegetarian options, this original cookbook shows you how to prepare the perfect fish fillet and handle whole fish and seafood. With a wide variety of health benefits, there has never been a better time to join the growing pescatarian movement and expand your culinary skills.
Delicious Food For Less. Minimum fuss, maximum flavour, fully vegan and all for GBP1 per person. Miguel Barclay's One Pound Meals, became the bestselling debut cookbook of 2017. Vegan One Pound Meals, his fourth book in the series will focus on vegan recipes, with Miguel showing just how accessible it can be to eat vegan meals on a budget, with each recipe costing just GBP1 per portion. You might think that it's expensive to change your diet to a vegan one, but Miguel will show you that it's entirely do-able on a tiny budget. Once again, through his ingenious recipes, he will bring delicious food to your table without the expense. There's over 85 recipes to choose from, including: * Sweet Potato Katsu Curry * Golden Syrup Broccoli Noodles * Mac & No Cheese * Sticky Aubergine Bao * Black Bean Meatballs * Vegan Sausage Rolls * Mexican Stuffed Peppers * Oothappam Indian Crumpets
The Smoking Food Manual will take you through every stage of every kind of smoking adventure, whether it's building a smoke house in the garden or cold smoking a dish of butter on your stove top or a cocktail in the dining room. Each method of smoking is explained, including the home smokers available on the market, together with ideas and tips for the kind of food that best suits which one, and the fuel, scents and woods that can be used. There are tempting recipes for all kinds of food, including: Hot-smoked crab Fennel-smoked salmon Texas-style brisket Chipotle chilli chicken Honey-glazed smoked halibut Whiskey-marinated ribs Earl-Grey scented trout. There are also chapters extending the art of smoke to vegetables, fruit, nuts and even oil and butter, with tempting and delicious recipes suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
150 delicious wheat-free recipes for effortless weight loss and optimum health Accompanying recipe book to the New York Times best-seller, Wheat Belly... Wheat-free does not mean that you have to do without pizza, muffins, or cookies. The Wheat Belly Cookbook shows the reader how to recreate delicious wheat-free dishes using only healthy ingredients, including no gluten-free junk carbohydrate ingredients - so that you can enjoy a few slices of sausage pizza, chocolate chip cookies, or mocha walnut brownies without health consequences or guilt. And as studies have shown that cutting out wheat can help you to shed the pounds - without having to calorie count or exercise - you can even continue to eat your favourite foods whilst losing weight! In addition to the 150 sumptuous dishes, there is an entire wheat-free baking chapter and a helpful section on creating a healthy, safe wheat-free kitchen. The Wheat Belly Cookbook is your guide to living a slim, vibrant, and delicious life.
There's never been a book about food like Let's Eat France! A book that feels literally larger than life, it is a feast for food lovers and Francophiles, combining the completist virtues of an encyclopedia and the obsessive visual pleasures of infographics with an enthusiast's unbridled joy. Here are classic recipes, including how to make a pot-au-feu, eight essential composed salads, pate en croute, blanquette de veau, choucroute, and the best ratatouille. Profiles of French food icons like Colette and Curnonsky, Brillat-Savarin and Bocuse, the Troigros dynasty and Victor Hugo. A region-by-region index of each area's famed cheeses, charcuterie, and recipes. Poster-size guides to the breads of France, the wines of France, the oysters of France-even the frites of France. You'll meet endive, the belle of the north; discover the croissant timeline; understand the art of tartare; find a chart of wine bottle sizes, from the tiny split to the Nebuchadnezzar (the equivalent of 20 standard bottles); and follow the family tree of French sauces. Adding to the overall delight of the book is the random arrangement of its content (a tutorial on mayonnaise is next to a list of places where Balzac ate), making each page a found treasure. It's a book you'll open anywhere-and never want to close.
Bak vir die mense wat jy lief het iets heerlik uit die buitengewone resepteboek. Mareli deel haar beste suurdeeggebak-resepte: Daar is resepte vir basiese brode; brood vir ontbyt; bolletjies, rolletjies en stokkies; brood vir braai; platbrode; gevulde brode; soetbrode en brode wat pronk. Selfs vir oorskietbrood het sy wonderlike planne. Sy verduidelik ook hoe om jou eie gisplantjie te kweek, asook om die basiese prosesse van gisting, knie, rys, vorming en bak onder die knie te kry.
Oprah Winfrey has spent her life trying to make peace with food, which has been such a source of pleasure and meaning for her. Now Oprah has found ways to have her favourite meals while also controlling her weight, and in Food, Health and Happiness she shares not only her struggles with food but also the recipes that have allowed food to be a source of joy for her again.
With help from the chefs who have cooked for her over the years such as Rosie Daley, Art Smith, Mei Lin, Taryn Huebner and Sonny Sweetman, this is an extraordinarily personal cookbook while also being an invitation to Oprah's many fans to eat both healthfully and happily.
From simple pleasures such as 'Unfried Chicken' or 'Turkey Chilli' to such celebrations of freshness as 'Farro With Peas, Asparagus, Pesto and Cured Olives' and 'Chilean Sea Bass with Lemon Fennel Chutney', this is food as it should be: a source of happiness, a ritual to be shared, a celebration of life.
Met hierdie boek verlei die skrywer jou om smullekker koeke met fynproewergeure as nagereg te bak. Die meeste koeke is op die geure van tradisionele nageregte geskoei en is ideaal as nagereg na ete, of sommer vir middagtee. Die koekvulsels en -versierings kan na hartelus gemeng en aangepas word om van elke koek wat jy bak 'n unieke smaakbelewenis te maak. Die boek bevat 25 nageregkoekprojekte wat van begin tot einde stap vir stap verduidelik word sodat jy jou eie watertand koeke kan bak. Daar is by elke projek ook 'n kolwyntjieresep sou jy verkies om individuele porsies in plaas van snye koek voor te sit. Alles kan dae of weke vooruit gemaak en in die yskas of vrieskas gehou word, sodat jy genoeg tyd het om die koek self saam te stel. Daar is ook riglyne om die resepte te vermeerder om aan spesifieke behoeftes te voldoen, asook tonne wenke om jou te help om jou eie kunswerke te skep.
A celebration of veg and simplicity. Vegan doesn't get easier than this. Enjoy delicious and inspiring vegan recipes every day of the week - all made with only 5 ingredients that you can buy in your local supermarket. Turn to 3 mouth-watering chapters: Breakfast & Brunch, Light & Hearty Mains, Baking & Sweets for quick-and-easy recipes for week days and weekends. Try: Spiced tofu scramble on toast One-pan brunch Harissa squash salad Thai red curry Katsu aubergine curry Sweet potato gnocchi with sage Salted chocolate brownies Thai mango ice cream Yum. Make delicious meals without the hassle with Veganeasy.
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.
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
'Superb regional guide ... Shots of the distilleries combine with wonderful landscape photography' Country Life 'Mr MacLean serves up dram after dram of useful detail... This is armchair travel at its best' Wall Street Journal A new handbook sized editon of Spirit of Place, a wide-ranging and evocative portrait of Scotland's distilleries, with text by renowned whisky expert Charles MacLean and photographs by Lara Platman and Alan MacDonald. Treating Scotland as eight distinct regions, this fascinating book describes the 'cultural terroir' of the country's fifty greatest distilleries; the ingredients, practices and traditions that result in such an exquisite range of whiskies. Specially commissioned photographs capture the texture of the surrounding landscapes and communities through the changing seasons, as well as portraits of those craftsmen who work there, and the fabric of the buildings themselves. Spirit of Place is a unique addition to the literature on Scotch whisky, from the world's greatest expert on the subject. The perfect gift for anyone planning a tour of Scotland's distilleries, a souvenir for anyone who has visited them, and simply the perfect companion to a dram at home.
There are over 500 recipes in this classic work from one of the country's most respected food writers. First published in the 1980 and twenty years in the making but unavailable for many years Elisabeth Luard has now revisited the work for the first time since publication to revise, expand and update it. The recipes come from twenty-five countries, ranging from Ireland in the west to Roumania in the east, Iceland in the north to Turkey in the south. This enormous compendium covers Vegetables dishes, Potato dishes, Bean, Lentils, Polenta and Cornmeal, Rice, Pasta and Noodles, Eggs, Milk and Cheeses, Fish, Poultry, Small Game, Pork, Shepherd's Meats, Beef, Breads and Yeast Pastries, Sweet Dishes, Herbs, Mushrooms and Fungi, Oils, and Preserves. Written with the scrupulous attention to detail and authenticity that is the hallmark of Elisabeth Luard's cookery writing, the recipes are peppered with hundreds of fascinating anecdotes and little known facts about local history and folklore. Elisabeth Luard is the food columnist for The Oldie and a regular contributor to Waitrose Food Illustrated as well as many national newspapers. She is the author of ten cookbooks and two volumes of autobiography.
Get ready to go back to school with Neven Maguire and discover Home Economics for Life! Can't cook? Won't cook? This fantastic new cooking bible presents Neven's selection of the only 50 recipes you need to know - and how to make them right. You'll discover how to make a good tomato sauce, how to dress a salad, roasting techniques and how to make stock from the bones, the art of brown bread, the trick for perfect scrambled eggs, formulas for sauces and soups and easy-to-make cakes and treats. Every recipe is broken down into easy-to-follow step-by-step bites, ready for you to master. So pledge to learn one recipe a week and by this time next year, you'll be certified in Home Economics for Life!
Bestselling author, home cook, heart-attack survivor and busy mum of three Sally Bee turns her attention to family cooking. Sally Bee's fourth book. At the time of writing this book, Sally is hurtling towards an anniversary that she has mixed feelings about. At the age of 36 Sally had three heart attacks in a week. This summer it will be nine years since Sally died. And nine years since she came back to life. Sally is a living miracle and it is her diet that keeps her fighting and strong. She knows better than anyone how to incorporate healthy eating into your daily life. In her bestselling debut The Secret Ingredient she shared clean and healthy versions of the classic dishes we all love. Now she shows you how to create affordable and simple healthy recipes all the family will adore. Sally believes the best way to keep your family healthy is to serve everyone the same food - food that tastes good, looks good and does you good. Whether it's a super quick midweek Bolognese packed full of goodness or tasty Thai prawn skewers, an easy guilt-free chicken pie, delicious oatmeal cookies or a healthy take on your favourite takeaway classics. Sally knows better than anyone, when you're feeding the family day in, day out, you want simplicity, speed and lots of great taste and health benefits. In this beautiful new family cookbook, she offers over 100 new recipes that deliver a healthy lifestyle and a happy home life. Alongside the recipes, there are tips on how to get your children involved, and lots of straightforward advice of how to change your eating habits. Sally's plans are realistic and easy-to-follow, offering everything you need for a balanced approach to your family's health.
The long-awaited autobiography of the archetypal kitchen bad boy - Marco Pierre White When Marco Pierre White's mother died when he was just six years old, it transformed his life. Soon, his father was urging him to earn his own keep and by sixteen he was working in his first restaurant. White went on to learn from some of the best chefs in the country, such as Albert Roux, Raymond Blanc and Pierre Koffmann. He survived the intense pressure of hundred-hour weeks in the heat of the kitchen, developed his own style, and then struck out on his own. At Harveys in Wandsworth, which he opened in 1987, he developed a reputation as a stunning cook and a rock 'n' roll sex god of the kitchen. But he was also a man who might throw you out of his restaurant, and his temper was legendary, as younger chefs such as Gordon Ramsay and Heston Blumenthal would find out when they worked for him. He eventually opened several more restaurants, won every honour going and then realised that it still wasn't enough. Here Marco takes the reader right into the heat of the kitchen with a sharp-edged wit and a sizzling pace that will fascinate anyone brave enough to open the pages of this book and enter his domain.
Easy-to-make meals for all occasions, using just 5 ingredients, that pack in flavour. As lives get busier and more demanding we need to take the pressure off great cooking. This collection of recipes will help you make ingeniously simple, incredibly tasty, quick meals using only 5 supermarket ingredients. From hearty weekday dinners - such as Teryaki Pork Meatballs and Blackened Salmon Fajitas - to fantastic brunches, genius sides, starters and sweet desserts, each recipe is delicious and really delivers on taste, allowing you to accomplish dishes that will impress all ages every day of the week. Each recipe is accompanied by a full-colour photograph, full nutritional breakdown and easy-to-follow steps.
As a professional vegan chef who's worked in raw-food restaurants, Rachel Carr is well versed in the intersection of these two cuisines. Following the high raw vegan style of eating, which is a mostly raw diet with allowance for some vegan meals, Rachel's first book brings lots of creative raw recipes that go way beyond simple salads as well as some fully cooked vegan dishes to warm things up. Her blog, Plant Craft, boasts delicious vegan and raw recipes that are both visually appealing and easy to execute at home. With raw dishes like Walnut Chorizo Tostada with Mexican Jicama Rice and Eggplant Manicotti with a delicious macadamia nut ricotta, this book appeals to those who want to follow the high raw diet without sacrificing creativity and depth of flavour. Following this popular way of eating, some hot vegan dishes are more than welcome and Rachel includes such mouth-watering treats as the Smokey Black Bean and Sweet Potato Burger or the Portobello Steak with Potatoes Au Gratin, Red Wine Reduction and Pan-Seared Asparagus - giving health-conscious plant-based eaters more freedom and flexibility than a strictly raw diet. Bringing her expert knowledge, Rachel makes raw and vegan meals simple and attainable for home cooks looking to get healthy or incorporate more plant-based meals into their home menu. This book will have 75 recipes and 75 photographs.
An exclusive glimpse into the gardens of the world's leading restaurants – and access to innovative recipes inspired by them
For many chefs, their gardens are a direct extension of their kitchens. Whether a small rooftop in the city for growing herbs and spices, or a larger plot with fruit trees and vegetables, these fertile spots provide the ingredients and inspiration for countless seasonal dishes. Here, for the first time, The Garden Chef presents fascinating stories and signature recipes from the kitchen gardens of 40 of the world's best chefs, both established and emerging talents, with a wealth of beautiful images to provide visual inspiration.
Become a better cook with Rosemary Rosemary Shrager has a passion for sharing what she loves: delicious food anyone can learn to make and enjoy. With decades of experience as a chef and cookery teacher, Rosemary knows how to make even the most nervous of cooks feel confident in the kitchen. Starting with classic principles and skills, Rosemary will show you how to develop as a cook recipe-by-recipe, so each new skill is learned through practical experience. Learn how to poach a perfect egg, make the creamiest bechamel sauce, knead a light and fluffy white loaf, bake a warming chicken and potato pie from scratch. With Rosemary's guidance and delicious dishes along the way, this is the most enjoyable way to learn to cook. With over 140 recipes, and gorgeous photography and illustrations throughout, this book is an essential for anyone who wishes they could have Rosemary by their side in the kitchen.
70 nourishing plant-based bowls to energize and fuel your body naturally, from Instagram star and blogger Real + Vibrant's Sapana Chandra. In her first cookbook, Sapana offers nutritionally sound and simple (but so satisfying!) plant-based power bowls to boost your energy and fuel your body. Recipes are arranged seasonally so you can make the most of your area's local bounty and eat fresh throughout the year. Not strictly for vegans, these recipes will appeal to everyone who wants to include more plant-based meals in their diets. As a certified health coach, Sapana ensures that each bowl contains a balance of healthy fats, complex carbohydrates, and proteins. Plus the yum factor! The recipes in this book honor Sapana's common-sense philosophy for good health: eat real (food) and live well, and you will feel vibrant. Spring includes recipes such as Shaved Asparagus & Barley Bowl, and Roasted Beet & Orange Bowl with a Pistachio-Lemon Dressing. Summer offerings include Watermelon Poke with Spicy Sriracha Dressing, and Strawberry Spinach Bowl with Toasted Pecans. In fall, you'll find satisfying recipes like Curried Cauliflower Bowl served with a Cilantro Chutney, and Kale & Carrot Buckwheat Bowl with a Creamy Cashew Dressing. And in winter when you want to get cozy, tuck into the Warming Chickpea Coconut Curry Bowl or the White Bean & Crispy Rosemary Potato Bowl. But let's not forget to indulge in something sweet once in a while too! Sapana includes a chapter featuring treats like her Coconut Chia Pudding Bowl with Caramelized Bananas, a Rosewater Bliss Ball & Yogurt Bowl, and several coconut-milk-based ice creams, such as Blackberry-Lavender, Ash-Lemon, and Chocolate-Tahini Fudge.
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)
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