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Mayonnaise is one of those polarizing culinary debates akin to putting pineapple on pizza. Those who do love mayonnaise know that no mayonnaise is more beloved than Duke's, a Southern staple with a cult following that is expanding its reach north. THE DUKE'S MAYONNAISE COOKBOOK won't just show you how to make the most delicious chicken salad or deviled eggs, but will introduce new approaches to everyday recipes. Think of what mayonnaise actually is: a beautiful emulsification of eggs, oil, and a touch of lemon for acidity, which are all elements vital to cooking and baking. Adding mayonnaise can help you make the flakiest pie crust, the fluffiest scrambled eggs, and the most delicious chocolate cake.THE DUKE'S MAYONNAISE COOKBOOK is a compilation of recipes inspired by author Ashley Freeman's travels across the country. From classic favorites like Tomato Pie to unexpected dishes like Miso-Glazed Salmon or Sticky Toffee Puddings, you'll discover how versatile the South's favorite mayonnaise really is. And with a generous handful of recipes from beloved well-known chefs, THE DUKE'S MAYONNAISE COOKBOOK will be a must-have for loyal fans and newcomers alike.
Enjoy your favorite keto dishes faster and easier than ever with these 175 delicious, fat burning, air fryer recipes using only five ingredients or less! The keto diet is more convenient (and affordable) than ever! Now you can make fast, delicious whole-food meals that will keep you in ketosis using your favorite kitchen appliance--the air fryer. Now you can easily learn how to cook 175 mouth-watering, keto-friendly dishes using only five--or fewer--key ingredients. These recipes are fast, inexpensive, and don't require a lot of prepping or shopping, making them a satisfying, flavorful fit to your busy schedule. You'll be amazed at the wide variety of keto-friendly dishes you can cook in your air fryer. And rather than adding extra, unhealthy fat, the air fryer uses the beneficial fats already in your food for frying--making it a quick and healthy cooking option for busy people on the keto diet. In The "I Love My Air Fryer" Keto Diet 5-Ingredient Recipe Book discover how easy it is to stick to your keto goals and still enjoy every meal of the day.
In this new cookbook from the National Trust, nutritionist Josephine Ashby puts together over 100 tasty and healthy dishes that are fuss-free, economical, and quick to make. The book features hearty salads, small plates to share, delicious and filling main meals and colourful, mouth-watering desserts. Whether you are vegetarian or just looking for some alternatives to meat in your diet, this book will get you cooking! Get inspired with recipe suggestions including mushroom and tofu Chinese pancakes or sweet potato bubble and squeak; comforting bowls of lentil and coconut soup or sweetcorn chowder; hearty mains like the courgette, fennel, potato and feta gratin, Red dragon pie, polenta pizza or a creamy cannellini bean `dhal'. And treat yourself to delicious cakes and desserts such as chocolate and cashew pudding or zingy fruit lollies. The recipes have options for vegan or gluten-free versions, so you can adapt to suit. Vegan recipes such as celeriac and pumpkin seed salad with almond mayonnaise and blueberry tart with nut crust are full of flavour. The meals are packed with filling nuts and grains, as well as superfoods such as blueberries and goji berries. Whether you are vegetarian or just looking to find some healthy comforting recipes to try, this book is ideal for all kinds of cooks.
This deliciously nutritious package contains both River Cottage Veg Every Day! and River Cottage Fruit Every Day! in a smaller, flexible format and with bright, zesty covers. With more than 400 recipes, together they show you how to get more fruit and veg into your life, the River Cottage way. The veg-tastic recipes include a warm salad of grilled courgettes, lemon, garlic, mint and mozzarella, spelt salad with squash and fennel, herby, peanutty, noodly salad, north African squash and chickpea stew, baby carrot risotto, kale and mushroom lasagne, cheesy tomato tart, spring onion gallette, asparagus pizza, beetroot and walnut houmous, spinach pasties and barbecued corn on the cob. And the irresistibly fruity recipes include roast chicken with pomegranate, slow-roast lamb shoulder with spiced apricot sauce, venison stew with damsons, toad-in-the-hole with apples, roast bacon and figs, fried fish with pineapple salsa, parsnip and apple cakes, damson and walnut praline sundae, chocolate pear cake and salted chocolate lime mousse. It's time to refresh and revitalise your cooking, and pack in more of that vibrant natural goodness every day!
The author of the popular farm-to-table cookbook Dishing Up the Dirt returns with a dazzling collection of inventive recipes using farm-fresh ingredients, inspired by her commitment to supporting the local food movement. For Andrea Bemis, eating locally is a way of life. After all, her and her husband own and operate an organic vegetable farm in the Pacific Northwest, and the produce they grow-from kale and kohlrabi to beets and butternut squash-is at the heart of the meals they serve and eat at their dinner table. They supplement their harvest with food produced by their neighbors, including the ranchers who supply their meat, and the orchardists who provide their fruit. Andrea has always identified as a sustainable eater-until one day, when she opened a can of coconut milk and realized she had no idea where it came from. This propelled her to look more closely at her pantry, taking stock of the other ingredients that may have traveled some distance. Considering the energy used to transport the avocados, olive oil, and lemons to her Northern Oregon kitchen, she came up with an idea-a 30-day challenge to cook and eat only local food grown from local dirt, using ingredients produced within 200 miles of her home. In Local Dirt, Andrea shares her journey through stories, photographs, and more than 80 recipes, re-creating a not-so-distant world when the ingredients cooked and eaten were produced within local communities. Organized by season, the delicious and creative dishes in this truly sustainable cookbook includes Fennel Gratin, Kohlrabi Yogurt Salad with Smoked Salmon, Winter Squash Toast with Honey & Hazelnuts, and Zucchini Swiss Chard & Chickpea Stew. Best of all, the recipes can be adapted to utilize any local fare. Ultimately, Andrea found that the "challenge" she set out for herself wasn't a challenge at all, but an opportunity to go back to basics, slow down, and connect even more deeply with her community. In Local Dirt, she offers the inspiration, instruction, and advice we need to eat deliciously and sustainably.
Bere is the native barley of Orkney. In the past it was an important multi-use crop and a staple of the Scottish diet, though its use declined as more easily-processed crops were introduced. Bere is still grown on Orkney farms by an agricultural contractor employed by the Birsay Heritage Trust who run the Barony Mill, Orkney's last operating water mill. Here the grain is milled into beremeal, a cream-coloured flour with a distinctive, earthy, nutty flavour. In this book acclaimed food writer Liz Ashworth traces the story of bere from its Neolithic origins to the present day, providing useful culinary tips and recipes on how this ancient grain can be introduced to the modern kitchen for enjoyment. Recipes are included for Breads, Scones, Tea Breads, Cakes, Tray Bakes, Puddings, Pastry Dishes, and Sweet and Savoury Biscuits.
An all-American tradition. Since the early 1800s America's state fairs have celebrated community. Now, 200 years later, food contests and recipe judging are more popular than ever and a blue ribbon from a state fair competition still signals that the winner is truly outstanding. Blue Ribbon Canning captures the best of the best with nearly 139 home-canning recipes that have won top prizes in fairs across the nation and share the tips that show you how to follow that success. You can do it. Blue Ribbon Canning will teach you time-honored canning techniques such as: Basics - ingredients and equipment Methods - water bath processing, pressure canning, safety, and storing Recipes - 139 first-prize-winning recipes showcased in delightful, full-color photographs Back to the basics. Home preserving is a top trend that shows every sign of continuing to grow as the appetite for locally grown foods increases. In addition to the resurgence in home canning, the popularity of state and local fairs has grown over the last five years. Blue Ribbon Canning celebrates these two traditions by sharing the top recipes and introducing you to the personal stories behind the winners.
Greens-collard, turnip, mustard, and more-are a defining staple of southern food culture. Seemingly always a part of the southern plate, these cruciferous vegetables have been crucial in the nourishing of generations of southerners. Having already been celebrated in operatic terms-composer Price Walden's ""Leaves of Green"" includes this lyrical note: ""From age to age the South has hollered / The praises of the toothsome collard-greens now get their leafy culinary due in Thomas Head's Savor the South cookbook. Head provides a fascinating culinary and natural history of greens in the South, as well as an overview of the many varieties of edible greens that are popular in the region. Including practical information about cultivation, selection, and preparation, Head also shows how greens are embraced around the world for their taste and healthfulness. The fifty-three recipes run from classic southern ""potlikker"" styles to new southern and global favorites. From Basic Southern Greens to Turnip Green Tarts to Greens Punjabi-Style, cooks will find plenty of inspiration to go green.
Are you considering going vegan, but not sure how to start? Are you already committed to an animal-free diet, but are unclear about how to get proper nutrients? Vegan for Life is your comprehensive, go-to guide for optimal plant-based nutrition. Registered dietitians and long-time vegans Jack Norris and Virginia Messina debunk some of the most persistent myths about vegan nutrition and provide essential information about getting enough calcium and protein, finding the best supplements, and understanding the 'real deal' about organics, processed foods, raw foods, and more. Now, ten years since its original publication, the book has been completely revised and updated, with:a brand-new chapter on vegan eating for weight managementguidance on eating to prevent chronic disease the latest findings on sports nutrition and muscle masseasy-to-follow vegan food guides, menus, and pantry listsCovering everything from a six-step transition plan to meeting calorie and nutrient needs during every stage of life, Vegan for Life is the guide for aspiring and veteran vegans alike
Enjoy over 100 whole-grain vegan recipes for every meal and occasion!Whole grains are a great source of protein and other nutrients that are typically found in meat and eggs, making them a valuable part of any plant-based diet. While naturally vegan by nature, grains are often paired with non-vegan ingredients, making many recipes off-limits to vegans.That's where The Great Vegan Grains Book comes the rescue, taking you step-by-step through the myriad grains available today, and providing you with more than 100 delicious and easy plant-based, whole-grain recipes (many of them low-fat, soy free, and even gluten-free!). Each recipe uses whole-food ingredients that can be easily found at most grocery stores, so you can say yes to grains and eating better too!Cook delicious meals with ancient grains like amaranth, farro, millet, quinoa, and more and try recipes that will quickly become favorites, such as: - Quinoa Breakfast Pilaf- Apple and Oats French Toast- Sausage Smash Potato Hash- Spelt and Bean Burritos- Tempeh Buckwheat Bowl- Teff and Pea Fritters- Cracked Wheat Koftas- Roasted Corn and Barley Chowder- Warm Farro and Sweet Potato Salad Also enjoy gluten-free vegan recipes, such as: - Apricot Oats- Polenta Topped Mexi-Beans- Chickpea Millet Curry- Harissa Veggies and Rice Skillet- Spinach and Basil Quinoa- Sesame Purple Rice
A unique work dealing in-depth with flavor and flavorings!With the increasing popularity of regional and ethnic cuisines, cooks frequently encounter recipes calling for unfamiliar seasonings. Seasoning Savvy: How to Cook with Herbs, Spices, and Other Flavorings serves as a guide to identifying, locating, selecting, storing and using these exotic ingredients. Well-established flavorings are not neglected as Seasoning Savvy also brings new insights into cooking with these old favorites. No other book supplies so much information about so many herbs and spices as Seasoning Savvy. This book discusses over 100 herbs, spices, flavorings, and blends in detail, describing their origins and how to select, store, and use them--and what the reader might substitute if a seasoning is unavailable. You will also discover the flavor role of foods such as almonds, citrus fruits, and coconuts. Not a cookbook, Seasoning Savvy is a powerful compliment for every recipe and will help you get the most out of the seasonings you use to flavor your food. Within Seasoning Savvy you will explore: how to select and use the right seasonings for a recipe and how to tell if a spice is fresh drying, freezing, toasting, chopping, measuring, and storing herbs and spices culinary practices in the use of flavorings from chocolate and vanilla to amchur and mastic flavor combinations, including both well-known and exotic blends, flavored oils and vinegars, compound butters and seasoned salts how to reduce the intensity of some seasonings such as garlic and chili peppers an examination of the nature of taste of flavor along with a history of spice usage in the US brewing teas and tisanes savvy culinary tips, such as polishing a copper a bowl with lemon juice and salt, or storing a lump of asafetida in the spice cupboard to discourage insects Seasoning Savvy's tips and techniques will help you bring out the flavor in your food and teach you how to use seasonings to achieve the tastes you like. With this vital book, you will transform your cooking from satisfactory to sensational!
Enjoy an array of vegetables at the turn of a handle - in minutes the spiralizer creates spaghetti, ribbons and spirals from your favourite vegetables. From courgetti (courgette spaghetti) to cunoodles (cucumber noodles), it is now easier than ever to create healthy twists to your favourite meals. Featuring delicious recipes such as Butternut squash, goats cheese & sage tart, Thai beef salad and Pear tart tatin, 200 Spiralizer Recipes is perfect for the health-conscious; these fruits and vegetables can become the star of your dish, replacing heavier ingredients such as pasta and rice, so that you can enjoy your meal while eating fewer calories and cutting back on refined carbohydrates.
Have you heard? Milling at home can be less expensive and healthier than buying pre-ground flours! Much of the flour that is sold in grocery stores has been stripped of its nutrients and has extra ingredients and preservatives added to prolong shelf life. Not only that, but some flours, like almond and coconut, can run as high as $15 per bag! There has to be a better way. There is with The Homemade Flour Cookbook. Erin Alderson will explore the different ways to grind flour including electric and non-electric grinders, food processors, blenders, and even coffee grinders, making it easy for any do-it-yourself homemaker to have fresh flour whenever needed. Try out great grain recipes like Cheddar Rosemary Farro Scones, Zucchini Feta Empanadas, Einkorn Biscuit Cinnamon Rolls, and Black Pepper Pasta with Goat Cheese and Pesto. There are also dozens of Gluten-Free recipes. Check out Butternut Squash and Goat Cheese Lasagna, Cheddar jalapeno quesadillas with quinoa tortillas, Berry Crisp with Oat Dumplings, or Buckwheat Dutch Baby with Maple Cherries! There are even recipes for legume, nut, or seed flours. Flatbread with sun-dried tomato dip, Feta and Curried Red Lentil Dip, Coconut Pancakes with Citrus Compote, Honey Sunflower Biscuits with Jam and Dark Chocolate Dipped Almond Meal Biscotti are just a few of the recipes that you'll make with your own hand-milled flour!
"I Love Corn" gathers 50 of the best corn recipes from around the
world, including soups, appetizers, entrees, and desserts. Some of
the dishes you'll find are Jalapeno Corn Muffins; Sweet Corn
Fritters; Fresh Corn Gazpacho; Grilled New Zealand Venison with
Corn, Cocoa and Chipotle Relish; Polenta Stew; Corn Pudding with
Bacon and Leeks; Yankee Corn Bread; Popcorn Pudding with Salted
Caramel Corn and Butterscotch Sauce; and Fresh Corn Ice Cream. Also
inside this colorful, gift-worthy package you'll find tips for
buying, storing, cooking, and grilling fresh corn, along with
instructions for easily cutting kernels off the cob.
This is the only ramps-dedicated cookbook, for everyone who has ever savored this wild seasonal plant at a spring ramp festival or in a fine city restaurant and wants to bring this tasty relative of garlic and leeks into their own kitchen. Ramps have become one of the most sought-after wild-foraged plants from eastern North America, and now available overnight to any chef and home cook from coast to coast. The editors have gathered 50 mouth-watering ramp recipes and photos from well-known chefs, foragers and food bloggers across the Ramps Nation (from Georgia and Tennessee to Toronto and Quebec). In recent years, ramps have become the culinary harbinger of spring, an IN vegetable, celebrated in dozens of ramp festivals and special events in the Appalachian states and beyond. Gourmet, Bon Appetit, Martha Stewart, Emeril and many other big names have paid homage to the wild ramp. This ancient wild leek is finding fans far beyond its native wooded hills. RAMPS includes a brief history and lore associated with this colorful and highly aromatic plant.
With its quick, easy, healthy and budget-friendly recipes, The Student 365 Cookbook is the ideal cookbook to keep hungry, time-pressed students going throughout the academic year. This fantastic selection includes new twists and international flavours, such as Potato, cauliflower and spinach curry, Jalapeno turkey burgers and Teriyaki salmon noodles, as well as old favourites to re-create the flavours of home, like Creamy fish pie and Spaghetti and meatballs. If you're craving something sweet, why not whip up some Apricot and almond tartlets or Lemon popping candy cakes? With variations on each recipe you will find endless inspiration, for both feeding your friends and speedy on-the-go meals for one - perfect for for keeping those microwave meals at bay.
A powerhouse collection of soups and meal pots that deliver 5 portions of fruit and veg (sometimes more!) that are also low in calories, sugars, carbohydrates and salt, plus are dairy and gluten free. The first section explains what 5-a-day really means and includes a guide to what counts and what doesn't, as well as which fruits and veg give you a large dose of sugar. Armed with this better understanding of how to achieve your 5-a-day, you can then aim for even more. The recipes range from soups such as Pea & Watercress (which also includes onion, apple, spinach and garlic) and Tomato & Aubergine (which also includes onion, peppers, carrot and basil) to Spiced Pineapple & Tomato Stew (which also includes sweet potato, peppers, onion and garlic). Each one makes enough for one person but can easily be adapted for larger servings. They have all been fully analysed by a qualified nutritionist so that the reader can see immediately the benefits of what they're eating. The authors also show the reader how to create their own 5-a-day soups and meal pots that range from cleansing to therapeutic and everything in between.
Honey has the sweetest associations. Put a dab on your tongue and let its smooth sugars dissolve into a long hit of flavour and energy. It makes you think of summer days when bees buzz between flowers in the sunshine.
Made from nectar concentrated down to a sweet stickiness by tens of thousands of bees working together in the hive, honey can be found all over the world. Caribbean jerk, Spanish tapas, French sauces, British biscuits and Turkish cakes all gleam with the sweet stuff. It can take no more than a spoonful of honey to bring its deep flavour to a dish. As a marinade it enhances meat and poultry, and works particularly well with nuts and fruits, cream and cheese, and herbs and spices.
Join award-winning author Hattie Ellis in the kitchen as she shares over 80 recipes covering meals throughout the day, snacks, sweets, puddings, sauces and drinks.
From Honeyed Chicken and Aubergine Biryani and Honey Sauce Vierge to Honey, Apple and Rosemary Jelly and Sicilian Honey Balls (Sfingi), Hattie explores different flavours and varieties of honey from around the world.
Spoonfuls of Honey also explains what to consider when buying and storing honey, gives tips on its use in your cooking, examines the benefits to your health and includes the role bees and honey play in nature.
Chapters include: What is Honey?; A-Z of honey; A-Z of honeybees; Honey in the kitchen; How to buy and store honey; How to taste honey; Honey and health; Honey and the natural world; Around the world in 90 pots. Recipe chapters include: Breakfast and brunch; lunch and supper; Snacks, sides and sauces; Teatime baking; Puddings; Preserves, Sweets and drinks
Black, green, white and oolong teas, as well as herbal infusions, have numerous health benefits. Infused with fresh, vitamin-rich fruits, they become a delicious way to increase your liquid consumption. Cold brewing tea, according to Mimi Kirk, is the best way to achieve a smooth taste and extract the antioxidants and other benefits from the tea. For cold days or when you're under the weather, her hot water infusions will warm and soothe. Kirk shares 70 recipes including: Black Cold Brew Tea + Blackberries, Green Cold Brew Tea + Lavender + Lemon and Rosemary Hot Water Infusion + Strawberries. With gorgeous photography, Tea-Vitalize gives information about the health properties of each ingredient.
A practical guide to all aspects of edible wild plants: finding and identifying them, their seasons of harvest, and their methods of collection and preparation. Each plant is discussed in great detail and accompanied by excellent color photographs. Includes an index, illustrated glossary, bibliography, and harvest calendar. The perfect guide for all experience levels.
The Cookbook That Celebrates the Crisp, Colorful, Healthy Fruit Easy to grow, abundant, and delicious, the apple is America's favorite fruit. It has a slightly sour and bitter taste that's overpowered by juicy sweetness-and it is enjoyed daily in homes across the country. Apples is a cookbook by Julia Rutland that features 50 easy recipes geared for busy cooks who enjoy great flavor. The author is a professional writer, recipe developer, recipe tester, food stylist, and television/media demonstrator, so you can be certain that every recipe is a crowd-pleaser! From drinks and salads to breads, main dishes, and, of course, dessert, the options presented here will become instant family favorites. The book's full-color photography adds to the enjoyment of cooking. Plus, growing tips and the fruit's fascinating history make Apples even more useful. And when your backyard is filled with more than you can eat, you'll find simple and delicious ways to preserve those fresh bounties. People love apples because the flavor connects them to loved ones and special memories. It reminds them of climbing trees, family picnics, and Grandma's homemade pie. Add Apples to your cookbook collection, and savor this wonderful variety of delicious dishes.
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