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If all the cans of Spam ever eaten were placed end to end, they would circle the globe ten times. Residents of Hawaii eat an average of 4 cans of Spam per person each year--more than any other place on earth! It's retro, it's fun, and it's about lunchmeat! Just think of how many friends you could give this to! And be sure to keep a copy for yourself, because you don't want to miss out on the fun, the lively anecdotes, and the merry memories of Spam dinners. From the giant Spam can on a building to the fastest Spam can on earth (it's a car) to the hilarious Spam song intoned by the Monty Python troupe, this is an irresistible treat. Packed with drawings and photos from the nostalgic to the wacky, featuring 20 recipes that will redefine your idea of the Spam meal, this scrapbook of Spam treasures is one delicious treat!
Vinegar may not be the first thing that springs to mind when you need to get rid of a stubborn wine stain or soothe a tickly cough, but this ancient cupboard staple is regaining its rightful place as a cheap, versatile and environmentally friendly solution to many household tasks. This invaluable book has sections on how to use vinegar in the laundry, DIY, gardening, health and beauty, pet care and of course in the kitchen. Hundreds of hints, tips, advice and recipes are provided in a clear, accessible style. Attractively illustrated, this brilliant little book is a visual treat as well as an invaluable practical aid.
OMG. That's Paleo? features 30 new recipes never seen before on author Juli Bauer's blog, paleomg.com, as well as a selection of her best blog recipes. Sections include poultry, beef, pork, fish/seafood, slow cooker, sweet and savory breakfasts, baked goods, 5-ingredient meals, side dishes, snacks and desserts; and each recipe features a color photo. Juli also writes about the paleo diet in general and why it works for her, suggestions for keeping a kitchen well stocked, and recommended resources for further reading. And just like her blog, you can expect plenty of funny stories and awkward moments.
From ancient Greece to the Victorian era and into modern times oils have been used for an infinite variety of purposes. This book explores the seemingly endless applications of this wondrous substance, looking at its fascinating properties, the vast range of types available and its use as a valued ingredient in recipes, medicinal treatments, cleansers, beauty treatment and aromatherapy. It combines in-depth advice with easy-to-follow recipes and instructions.
Fruit is both healthy and delicious, and this wonderful collection of 500 recipes is an absolute must for everyone who wants to enjoy fruit as part of their essential five-a-day. The book celebrates fruit in all its forms: fresh from the orchard, baked in the oven, cooked in cakes and tarts, preserved in jellies and relishes, and blended in drinks. The recipes are all illustrated with photographs of the finished dishes.
Let Peter Popples - a young scientist who is just mad about all things popcorn - be your guide as he takes you and your children through thirty fun, delicious and easy recipes to create at home together.
The only cookbook of its kind, In a Nutshell is a complete guide to cooking and baking with nuts and seeds. After working for years as instructors at the Institute of Culinary Education, Cara Tannenbaum and Andrea Tutunjian deliver the essential cookbook for Mother Nature s most versatile and nutritious ingredients. With more than 250 recipes exploring the culinary and cultural history of nuts and seeds in everything from Pumpkin Seed Guacamole to Hazelnut Roulade, In a Nutshell unites the smooth, crunchy, savory, and sweet.
In a Nutshell is organized to reflect the way we eat meals today, with chapters like Nibbles, Dip It, Noodles and Nuts, and Family Style. Omnivores, vegetarians, and vegans alike will delight in dishes both simple and complex, from Almond-Crusted Mac-and-Cheese to Pistachio Biryiani. Culinary cheerleaders for the powerful team of sixteen nuts and seeds featured in the book, Tannenbaum and Tutunjian prove that nuts are so much more than a happy-hour snack."
Paul has a great fondness for beer and a wealth of knowledge about it. He has spent considerable time developing recipes in which beer plays a significant role, not as a gimmick, but as an essential flavouring. His recipes display a depth of knowledge about the flavours and qualities of various beers and the dishes that they best complement. The 80-plus recipes include both bold and subtle dishes, from traditional beerbased favourites such as Lamb Shanks in Guinness, to variations on classics, such as Beer-Braised Beef Osso Bucco, to those that use beer in unexpected but wholly delicious ways, such as Birramisu and Sticky Date Pudding. Key points include: friendly, approachable tone; notes on which beers go well with which dishes, both as an ingredient and to drink with them; and detailed, clearly explained methods.
Hard cider helped build North America, and this ode to the fermented drink sometimes referred to as scrumpy begins with a snapshot of that forgotten history and then goes on to present the most comprehensive guide to tasting and appreciating the diversity of today's rapidly growing cider movement. An overview of how cider is made and a tasting tutorial prepare readers for the heart of the book: Profiles of 100 ciders -- from dessert ciders, spiced ciders, and hopped ciders to perry -- along with 30 recipes for pairing and cooking with cider, plus 30 cider-based cocktails. More than two dozen stories bring to life the men and women who produce some of the hottest craft ciders around -- including 2 Towns Ciderhouse in Oregon, Blackbird Cider Works in New York, and Cidrerie Michel Jodoin in Quebec.
In Bread is a smart and simple cookbook that celebrates classic and much-loved sandwich recipes from around the world, as well as home-grown favourites - and includes bagels, baguettes, wraps, flatbreads and toasties. Every country has its own variation, and In Bread takes you around the world, one delicious doughy bite after another, from the mighty Philly Cheese, to the hearty Ploughman's to the humble PB&J. Filled with 80 delicious and easy-to-follow recipes for any time of day, whether you're relaxing at home on a lazy Sunday afternoon, feeding your nostalgia for that moreish street food you ate in a far away place, or if you're looking for inspiration in the fridge on a Monday morning. With a clean design and full-colour photography throughout, In Bread is a true celebration of the mighty sandwich.
300 Great to Eat Oil Free Recipes
This cookbook is devoted to one of the best-loved family of ingredients - onions, garlic, leeks, spring onions, shallots and chives. A comprehensive reference section discusses the culinary history of the allium and identifies all the main varieties, as well as providing a step-by-step guide to growing, preparing and cooking these versatile and popular ingredients. The author then presents more than 150 innovative recipes, from classic dishes such as French Onion Soup with Gruyere Croutes to contemporary ideas such as Grilled Polenta with Caramelized Onions. Over 800 glorious photographs, informative text and enticing recipes make this book both a comprehensive guide to the art of preparing and cooking onions, and an essential recipe resource for every kitchen - and every cook.
At the end of the day, gather around the table for a simple, fresh, and healthy meal. That's Linda Hafner's no-fail formula for a thriving family. With her farm-fresh focus and divide-and-conquer strategy, it's entirely do-able, even for those with the busiest schedules. Linda has developed a repertoire of simple, delicious, and visually stunning recipes that celebrate local seasonal produce. She's a master at cooking in easy increments, so that meals come together in a flash at the end of a busy day. In the time it takes to cook a pound of pasta, Linda can prepare her vibrant Pure Plum Tomato Sauce from scratch. Her signature After-Dinner Salad is much easier, and more nutritious than a pre-packaged salad mix drenched in preservatives and processed salad dressing. And, while fresh, healthy meals are Linda's priority, she's also famous for fabulous, indulgent desserts such as her Sublime Strawberry Trifle and Happy Birthday Chocolate Cake. With Linda, it is all about finding the balance between nourishing the body and fuelling the family spirit.
From the co-founders of Portland's Ground Up Nut Butters comes a book of delicious and easy-to-make nut butter recipes to incorporate into a healthy diet. NUT BUTTER is a guide for those looking to make their own nut butters, as well as to incorporate more nut butter into your life in a healthy way. After making countless nut butters over the years, from some major hits (Cinnamon Snickerdoodle was a happy accident) to some, well...odder, concoctions (don't ever make balsamic nut butter!), Julie and Carolyn share their wisdom so that you can make the perfect nut butter at home, too. All recipes will be peanut-free, gluten-free, dairy-free and refined sugar-free ... but they're so delicious that you wouldn't even know it! You'll come away with the tools and know-how to make your own nut butters, as well as some helpful tips and recipes on how to use nut butters in your everyday cooking. But more than that, you'll feel less intimidated to start preparing healthy and delicious food. Food that fuels your body and makes you feel great!
Beetroot is one of our oldest domesticated crops, and one of the most healthy. From borchst to beetroot gin - delicious beetroot dishes are complemented by some truly divine beauty tips. Go pink with beetroot and henna hair dye and beetroot lip stain. Super Food: Beetroot includes: Feature spreads - covering the history of beetroot, health benefits, food colouring and how to grow your own. Delicious food and drink recipes - from snacks, starters. mains and desserts to borscht and beetroot gin. Health and beauty recipes - go pink with beetroot and henna hair dye or beetroot lipstain. Food is super! There's all sorts of things you can do with fruit and veg - and not always what you'd expect. Whether it's cooking delicious dishes, looking after your teeth or making facepacks, there's all kinds of interesting, healthy uses for fruit and veg. Each book in the Super Foods series takes a look at one ingredient and shows a host of uses - both practical and delicious. The first books in the series are: Avocado, Cucumber, Pomegranate, Lemon, Beetroot and Coconut.
Even beginners can make their own fermented foods This guide includes in-depth instruction for making kimchi, sauerkraut, and pickles and then offers more than 120 recipes, using the same basic methods, for fermenting 80 different vegetables and herbs. You'll discover how easy it is to make dozens of exciting dishes, includingpickled Brussels sprouts, curried golden beets, carrot kraut, and pickled green coriander. The recipes arecreative, delicious, and healthful, and many of them can be made in small batches -- even justa single pint."
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