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From Joey Campanaro, the lovable chef and owner of popular Little Owl
restaurant in New York City!
Drink! is the title for an anthology of Bruce Anderson's bi-weekly Spectator column of the same name that has become a hugely popular feature of the magazine over the last five years. Divided into the four seasons, to track the change in the year, Drink! is a selection of fifty-two of Bruce Anderson's favourite columns commenting on social mores, politics or the feeling of the man on the street and always written with a recommendation for a suitable alcoholic supplement to further add to the joy that makes so many enjoy reading Bruce's work. Drink! includes a foreword by former Prime Minister David Cameron and is illustrated in colour by cartoonist, Lachy Campbell.
The Cardiff and South Wales Cook Book is the latest in Meze Publishing's `Get Stuck In' series of regional cook books, celebrating the best of the region's food scene with over 30 recipes from a wide selection of local foodie businesses. These include some of the area's finest local restaurants, delis, gastro pubs, cafes and suppliers including recipes and a foreword from Penarth-based Michelin star holder James Sommerin, who includes his fabulous Welsh Lamb with broad beans, turnip and cumin dish. Also featured are Llanelli's Sosban restaurant, who take great pride in using the best of Welsh ingredients, as well as home delivery concept One Mile Bakery, run by ex-Newport Gwent Dragons rugby star Nick Macleod, Cardiff's Cocorico (finalists in last year's Bake Off Creme de la Creme TV show) and beef aficionados Burger Theory, who share their kimcheese burger recipe. So whether your taste is fine dining or no nonsense, hearty food, there will be a dish for people of all cooking abilities and tastes.
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.
Grab a rotisserie chicken and make delicious soups, casseroles, salads, and more! Plus find quick and easy recipes for tasty side dishes to round out your meal. America loves rotisserie chickens. It's no wonder--they're quick, cheap, and totally delicious! And with this cookbook, you'll discover they're more versatile than you ever imagined. Whether you need an easy family dinner, lunch you can pack for work, or a quick dish to bring to a gathering, rotisserie chickens have got your back. Grab a bird and few other ingredients and make: Buffalo Chicken Dip Quick and Easy Chicken Enchiladas Chicken and Green Bean Casserole Tamale Pie Chicken Fried Rice Barbecue Chicken Pizza Chicken and Quinoa Veggie Bowl Chimichangas Or dozens of other delicious dishes! Or maybe you want to serve the chicken as is, but you need ideas for sides. We've got that covered! Find recipes for Baked Sweet Potato Wedges, Herbed Rice Pilaf, Scalloped Potatoes, Fresh Mexican Corn Salad, and more. Family-friendly, simple, inexpensive meals have never tasted so good.
Originally published in 1863, this little book is a compilation of "receipts" to aid Southern households beset by shortages as the War Between the States raged on.
"Designed to supply useful and economic directions and suggestions in cookery, housewifery . . . and for the camp," these helpful hints first appeared in newspapers and other sources. The original edition was bound in yellow, polka-dot wallpaper. Only five copies of that edition were known to exist a hundred years later.
"A Cheap and Quick Pudding," "Apple Pie Without Apples," "Artificial Oysters," "Spruce Beer," "Soap," "Confederate Candles," "Simple Cure for Croup," "Method of Curing Bad Butter," "To Purify River or Muddy Water," and "Hints for the Ladies" on "freshening" a dress to the new style--these are all included, over a hundred "receipts" to get by in hard times.
"Confederate Receipts" has as much sentimental appeal to modern readers as it had practical value to a previous generation.
The No.1 bestselling juicing author Jason Vale is back with his ultimate book of juices and smoothies. His complete recipe book contains recipes for over 100 easy and delicious juices and smoothies to help you lose weight, get healthy and feel fantastic. Jason Vale, the inspirational king of juice detoxing and the man who helped Jordan lose 2 stone in 3 months, has compiled his definitive selection of over 100 simple but delicious, low-fat juice and smoothie recipes. Keeping it Simple has the perfect juice or smoothie, whether you want to slim down, get healthy or just need a little juice-boost pick-me-up on a rainy day. With Jason's motivational tips and unique '3-Day Super Juice Detox' programme you will not only clean your system, rid yourself of physical addictions and get extra energy, but you will also learn the fundamental Juicy Rules for a permanently slim, trim and healthy body. With a complete list of ailments that can be cured by each juice, and a full breakdown of all the minerals and nutrients contained in each recipe, this is the ultimate collection of juicing recipes for full health, extra energy and permanent weight loss. Includes: * Over 100 delicious recipes for juices and smoothies * Jason's slimming 3-Day Super Juice Detox * The Juice Master's Natural Pharmacy - juices for common ailments * Complete A-Z of fruit and veg - how specific vitamins and minerals help health and vitality * Kids Stuff - how to get your kids to drink fruit and vegetables and love them!
First in series of four cookbooks with recipes handed down from generation to generation for both novice and expert cooks. Every effort is made not to duplicate recipes in any of the books in the collection.
SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR 'If you read this book you'll live longer and you're going to leave this world better than you found it... amazing' Chris Evans, Virgin Radio UK 'I'm just a straight-talking NHS doctor lending my unbiased opinion on healthy eating and showing everybody how to get phenomenal ingredients on their plates everyday.' Dr Rupy Aujla's first cookbook, The Doctor's Kitchen, is the go-to book to help you kick unhealthy faddy diets for good. In the book, Rupy, explains the principles of healthy living in a fun and relatable way with over 100 vibrant, tasty recipes steeped in medical science which are easy and inexpensive to make. The impact of lifestyle on illness has never been higher on the national agenda and Rupy believes that what we choose to put on our plates is the most important health intervention we can make. The Doctor's Kitchen stands out from the crowd by using medical knowledge to create the recipes. Rupy advocates Plates over Pills every time and he is living proof that what you eat can shift medical outcomes as he overhauled his own heart condition by addressing his diet and creating his own delicious food that he now shares in this book. Infused with flavours from around the world, this tasty selection of everyday meals makes healthy eating an absolute pleasure.
Andrew Whitley, organic baker and founder of The Village Bakery, reveals the deplorable state into which mass produced bread has fallen, and the secrets behind making good, nutritious bread at home. All is not well in British baking. Commercial bread is laced with additives to make it look good and stay soft. It uses varieties of wheat that have been bred for high yield and baking performance with little concern for human nutrition. To rush it through the bakery at the lowest possible cost, it's dosed with four times as much yeast as before. Described as 'fresh' when it may have been frozen and re-heated, it's sold as a loss-leader at knock-down prices which undermine what little respect it may once have commanded. Even before the Atkins diet frightened people off, there was evidence of a massive growth of intolerance - to gluten, wheat and yeast in particular. Call it coincidence. Dismiss it as hypochondria if you will. But things have come to a pretty pass when people avoid their staple food - the staff of life - in droves. 'Bread Matters' offers a solution. Revealing the madness behind this modern adulteration of our most basic food as only an insider can, organic baker Andrew Whitley, founder of The Village Bakery in Melmerby, shows why and how to make real bread at home. Unlike many bread book authors, he has baked for a living for over 25 years. His recipes are fool-proof because he explains what's really going on, demystifying the science, sharing a practical baker's craft. Using the skills he deploys on his popular courses, he guides and inspires beginners and seasoned bakers alike. And he brings good news to those who have had to abandon bread because of dietary sensitivity, showing how to bake tasty and nutritious food without yeast, wheat or gluten.
Showcasing how the region's food scene has evolved and become even more exciting, the book features more than 50 recipes and stories from some of the region's finest local restaurants, delis, gastro pubs, cafes and local suppliers. The book is fronted by the chef owner of Nottingham's hotly anticipated fine dining restaurant Alchemilla, Alex Bond, and includes recipes from the award-winning Bakehouse in Sherwood, The Black Bull at Blidworth, Welbeck Estate, Nottingham's long-standing favourite Indian restaurant Memsaab. It also features producers such as Sauce Shop, Starkey's Fruit and 200 Degrees Coffee and the likes of Homeboys and The Rustic Crust represent the fabulous street food available. So whether your taste is fine dining, no nonsense hearty food or something a little more exotic, there's something here for people of all cooking abilities and tastes.
100 Best Jewish Recipes allows you to create modern feasts packed with old-school deli charm. This exciting new compilation of dishes from Evelyn Rose's classic canon showcases the delicious diversity of Jewish cooking. Find inspiration for no-fuss, flavoursome classics, from the kitchens of Eastern Europe and the Mediterranean to the Middle East and beyond. There are mouth-watering ideas for small plates and soups, mains and desserts, as well as bakes and breads. You'll also discover the best dishes to prepare for every major festival, alongside advice on how to make everyday recipes suitable for the kosher kitchen. For everything from perfect pickles to great gefilte fish, and brilliant bagels to meltingly tender cholent, this is the ultimate contemporary guide to the best Jewish food.
From medieval monks to recent renaissance, From Barley to Blarney: A Whiskey Lover's Guide to Ireland includes everything you need to understand, appreciate, and mix one of the world's fastest-growing (and most delicious!) spirits. An Irish whiskey guru, two bartender behemoths, and an adept writer combine forces to create this comprehensive guide to Irish whiskey. The book begins with an in-depth introduction to whiskey and its history in Ireland, including what makes the style of Irish whiskey unique. What follows is a detailed examination of 50 different Irish whiskeys and the distilleries that make them, as well as a discussion of the booming present and promising future for Irish whiskey producers. The fun really begins when the masterminds behind 2015's "World's Best Bar," Dead Rabbit Grocery and Grog, share 15 original mixed-drink recipes tailor-made for Irish spirits. Lastly, Irish Whiskey showcases 30 of Ireland's iconic bars and pubs, linking past to present and providing the ultimate whiskey tourist itinerary.
The Devon Cook Book celebrates the array of eateries that make the county such a culinary capital, showcasing recipes and stories from some of Devon's finest local restaurants, delis, gastro pubs, cafes and local suppliers. The book includes recipes from seafood specialists and Michelin star holders Thomas Carr @ The Olive Room, award-winning farm shop, deli and cafe Johns of Instow, Michelin-starrred The Elephant and Jamie Oliver-endorsed South Devon Chilli Farm, who produce a variety of chilli-infused sauces, jams and jellies and chocolates. So whether your taste is fine dining, no nonsense hearty food or something a little more exotic, there will be a dish for people of all cooking abilities and tastes.
The Brighton and Sussex Cook Book highlights the amazing stories and recipes of some of the places that featured in the Indy's article last year, as well as lots more newly discovered gems. These include hisBE, a different kind of supermarket with a mission to run a completely ethical business, Smorl, a houmous, falafel and salad bar which offers homemade, organic, vegan, "anti-supermarket" houmous and Bluebird Tea, a happiness spreading, independent, award-winning tea mixology company. Then there is one of Brighton's finest restaurants, Etch, run by Masterchef champion Steven Edwards, family-owned fishmonger Veasey and Sons, recent finalists in BBC Radio 4's Food and Farming Awards as well as coffee roasters, tea blenders, cafe and food/craft academy, Edgcumbes.
Treat the whole family with ridiculously quick, easy and awe-inspiring desserts that anyone can rustle up in just SIX MINUTES 'The queen of store cupboard baking' Huffington Post Creating mouth-watering sweets, treats and desserts has never been easier. With minimal ingredients and time-saving shortcuts, these easy and delicious recipes won't compromise on flavour or wow factor. The best part? They're guaranteed to be on your plate in just six minutes. This revolutionary new cookbook proves that baking doesn't have to be time-consuming, stressful or expensive. Perfect for home cooks and impatient foodies, these 100 recipes are easy, affordable and simple and ready to eat in 360 seconds - that's less time than it takes to drink a cup of coffee! Satisfy your sweet tooth with: - PIMM'S CUPCAKES - MICROWAVE BROWNIES - BUTTERSCOTCH BANOFFEE PIE - CINNAMON CRONUTS - NUTELLA GRIDDLE COOKIES - UNICORN BARK - HALLOUMI FRITTERS Put the fun and magic back into baking. It has to be tried to be believed . . .
An adventurous journey through the wonderful world of cocktails, aiming to demystify the concoctions and help readers make their own drinks from whatever they have on hand Already featured in the "New York Times" and on the" Martha Stewart Show" for giving jelly a 21st-century makeover, the boys at Bompas & Parr now focus their attention on the perennially popular cocktail--but of course with an extra-special twist. Sam and Harry take readers on a roller coaster journey through the wonderful world of fizzes, smashes, juleps, shrubs, and fixes. Classics, new kids on the block, and crazy concoctions are all to be expected, but the boys also provide advice on the all-important presentation, the ingredients, getting the ice just right, and of course how to host a show-stopping event. Veterans of successful alcoholic adventures such as Alcoholic Architecture (a walk-in cloud of breathable gin and tonic) and the Architectural Punchbowl (a Robert Adam building flooded with four tons of Courvoisier Punch--enough for 25,000 people), Bompas and Parr are perfectly placed to teach readers how to create a cocktail night to remember. The book includes historical facts surrounding cocktails, the universal cocktail principle, bar snacks, and advice on basic equipment.
The Essex Cook Book celebrates the array of eateries that make the county such a culinary capital, showcasing recipes and stories from some of the region's finest local restaurants, delis, gastro pubs, cafes and local suppliers. This includes contributions from 2016 World Bread Award winners Mayfield Farm and Bakery, International Wine Challenge winners West Street Vinyard and the historic Greenstead Family Barns Cafe which is housed in a barn originally constructed in 1640. Then there are the likes of Great Garnetts, an independent family business famous for its Christmas turkeys, Michelin-starred restaurant The Anchor Riverside, run by head chef Daniel Watkins, and European Bistro The Sand Bar Seafood & Co. It also includes a foreword from two Michelin star holder Daniel Clifford, who's Flitch of Bacon restaurant is one of the most exciting new additions to the Essex eating scene.
The South London Cook Book celebrates the best of the South London food scene with over 50 recipes from a wide selection of local foodie businesses. These include some of South London's finest local restaurants, delis, gastro pubs, cafes and local suppliers including recipes from preservation specialists Salt and Pickle, well renowned butcher Chadwicks, Piccalilli Caff, the resident cafe at Surrey Docks Farm, Bermondsey gin distillers Jensen's and LASSCO Ropewalk at Maltby Street Market. Saturday Kitchen regular and owner of Trinity Restaurant in Clapham, Adam Byatt, also features alongside one of the area's best known adopted South Londoners, Jose Pizarro, who has an array of eateries in the area including Pizarro and Jose Tapas bar. Jose is a popular TV chef and successful cook book author in his own right. So whether your taste is fine dining, no nonsense hearty food or something a little more exotic, there will be a dish here for people of all cooking abilities and tastes.
Want to make healthy living a habit – something you do without even thinking? Tom’s Daily Goals can show you how. It’s easier than you think.
‘Tom can do no wrong.’
The Irish Independent
World Number 1 diver, Tom Daley, has trained for major sporting events, had health problems, and come back from personal trauma and bad performances.
Now, after years of trial and error, Tom knows that the only thing that truly works when it comes to maintaining your health, wellbeing and energy is consistency: the small choices we make throughout the day, every day.
These 7 simple and manageable daily goals: morning stretches, meditation on your commute, smart food prep, anti-inflammatory eating, journaling, digital detoxing, and a bedtime ritual, have made Tom feel the best he’s ever felt, and they’ll do the same for you.
You’ll feel the difference from the very first day.
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