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Bring the Exciting and Comforting Flavors of Asia to Your Kitchen Born and raised in the Philippines, Abigail Raines traveled extensively in Southeast Asia to bring its flavors right to your plate. Her travels taught her that noodles and rice are the perfect canvas for the sweet, salty and spicy flavors of Asian cuisine--inspiring her to create this delicious collection of recipes. Expand your palate with Curry Noodle Soup with Chicken (Khao Soy Gai) and Filipino-Style Paella (Beringhe) or make restaurant favorites like Pad Thai and Pho Bo. Learn how to make staples of authentic Asian cuisine like compressed rice (Ketupat), dumplings and spring rolls, and taste a variety of national dishes from Vietnamese Grilled Pork with Rice Noodles (Bun Thit Nuong) to Indonesian coconut pancakes (Serabi). With Rice. Noodles. Yum. you'll be able to replicate the rich flavors of home-style Asian cooking, street food fare and everything in between.
Welcome to Quad's kitchen. Get ready to cook with spirit, eat with gusto, and laugh with abandon. Whether you follow her on Bravo's Married to Medicine, are a regular watcher of Sister Circle, or have tuned into her Cooking with Miss Quad Instagram videos, you will want to add this long-anticipated cookbook to your repertoire. Cooking is a pleasure and a respite for this star; it's an expression of love she wants to share with all her fans. Quad learned to cook from her mother, growing up in Memphis, Tennessee, so she's been cooking her entire life and insists that she's made every mistake possible behind a stove. Here she encourages even complete beginners to give cooking a try with delicious, updated southern classics, such as: Jalapeno Cheese Hushpuppies Cajun Deviled Eggs Peach, Fig, and Arugula Salad Cornmeal-Dusted Catfish Memphis Dry Rub Ribs Basil Pesto Chicken Quad's energy in the kitchen is contagious, as is her passion for teaching others to overcome kitchen intimidation.
Tablet's list of the 100 most Jewish foods is not about the most popular Jewish foods, or the tastiest, or even the most enduring. It's a list of the most significant foods culturally and historically to the Jewish people, explored deeply with essays, recipes, stories, and context. Some of the dishes are no longer cooked at home, and some are not even dishes in the traditional sense (store-bought cereal and Stella D'oro cookies, for example). The entire list is up for debate, which is what makes this book so much fun. Many of the foods are delicious (such as babka and shakshuka). Others make us wonder how they've survived as long as they have (such as unhatched chicken eggs and jellied calves' feet). As expected, many Jewish (and now universal) favourites like matzo balls, pickles, cheesecake, blintzes, and chopped liver make the list. The recipes are global and represent all contingencies of the Jewish experience. Contributors include Ruth Reichl, Eric Ripert, Joan Nathan, Michael Solomonov, Dan Barber, Gail Simmons, Yotam Ottolenghi, Tom Colicchio, Amanda Hesser and Merrill Stubbs, Maira Kalman, Action Bronson, Daphne Merkin, Shalom Auslander, Dr. Ruth Westheimer, and Phil Rosenthal, among many others. Presented in a gifty package, The 100 Most Jewish Foods is the perfect book to dip into, quote from, cook from, and launch a spirited debate.
This title presents traditional food and cooking in 30 authentic dishes. You can discover the tastes and traditions of delicious Irish home cooking, with this collection of easy-to-follow recipes. It features a fabulous selection of dishes from the Emerald Isle, with well-known Irish Stew, Dublin Coddle, Champ, and Pratie Apple Cake, alongside some lesser known regional dishes like Smoked Wicklow Trout with Cucumber, Crab Bake, and Dingle Pies. The introduction offers a conscise overview of Irish cooking and eating traditions plus a guide to the classic ingredients of the country. The recipes range from enticing breakfasts, hearty soups and moreish appetizers, to substantial main courses and mouthwatering desserts and cakes. Nutritional information for every recipe is given. It is illustrated with beautiful photographs of practical steps and final dishes. Ireland is famous for its lush, rolling countryside, lively pubs and hearty comfort food. Bounded by three seas and with numerous freshwater rivers, Irish cooks have access to a fabulous range of top-quality fish and shellfish. Inland, cows, pigs and sheep thrive, providing some of the best meat in the British Isles. This lovely little book is the perfect introduction to the country's cuisine with 30 dishes that embody the ethos at the heart of Irish cooking - first-class seasonal ingredients, cooked simply and with care.
Hartskombuis: Boerekos Van Die Anglo-Boereoorlog Tot Vandag bring tydlose Boerekosresepte, pragtige kleurfoto’s van artefakte uit die oorlog en fassinerende brokkies historiese inligting saam in een boek.
Dit bevat meer as 100 resepte vir alles van biltong en beskuit, watertand wildspastei en pampoenkoekies tot ’n magdom gebak.
Die skrywers verweef hierdie resepte soomloos met historiese feite soos oor hoe Nonnie de la Rey, vrou van genl. Koos de la Rey, moes vlug en in die veld oorleef.
Now readers can prepare a feast: Moomin-style! The Moomins Cookbook contains all the secrets to the tasty dishes prepared by the unflappable Moominmamma for the lovely little characters that live in Moominvalley. The recipes are a wonderful introduction to Finnish cuisine, presented by season, and include over 150 differest forest dishes ranging from salads, soups, fish, meat and desserts plus all the delicacies of Finnish life, from breakfast at the end of a sunny Nordic summer night to garden parties, campfires and birthday celebrations.
When keen, self-taught home cook Simon Daley tasted his future mother-in-law Roshan's chicken curry for the first time, he was smitten. Simon asked Roshan to teach him her vast personal collection of recipes and now, in their kitchen, a special friendship flourishes. This unique book draws on the extensive repertoire of an exceptional home cook, including traditional dishes passed down from mother to daughter over centuries, from the family's Gujerati roots in India to modern adaptations for life in England today. This is real Indian home cooking with simple recipes and authentic results. Stunning modern photography of Simon and Roshan cooking at home, with step-by-step sequences to illustrate the more unique techniques, complements the lively personal text. Over 100 recipes included.
Winner of the Observer Food Monthly Cookbook of the Year 2013.
Yotam Ottolenghi and Sami Tamimi are the men behind the bestselling Ottolenghi: The Cookbook. Their chain of restaurants is famous for its innovative flavours, stylish design and superb cooking.
At the heart of Yotam and Sami's food is a shared home city: Jerusalem. Both were born there in the same year, Sami on the Arab east side and Yotam in the Jewish west. Nearly 30 years later they met in London, and discovered they shared a language, a history, and a love of great food.
Jerusalem sets 100 of Yotam and Sami's inspired, accessible recipes within the cultural and religious melting pot of this diverse city. With culinary influences coming from its Muslim, Jewish, Arab, Christian and Armenian communities and with a Mediterranean climate, the range of ingredients and styles is stunning. From recipes for soups (spicy frikkeh soup with meatballs), meat and fish (chicken with caramelized onion and cardamom rice, sea bream with harissa and rose), vegetables and salads (spicy beetroot, leek and walnut salad), pulses and grains (saffron rice with barberries and pistachios), to cakes and desserts (clementine and almond syrup cake), there is something new for everyone to discover.
Packed with beautiful recipes and with gorgeous photography throughout, Jerusalem showcases sumptuous Ottolenghi dishes in a dazzling setting.
'Kay Plunkett-Hogge's cooking and knowledge of Thai cuisine is second to none. I dream about her food. Thank God she's written this book.' - Diana Henry
'This book makes me hungry. Truly a beautiful, personal, delicious and easy-to-use guide to Thai cuisine full of stories and tips that make the food jump off the page and onto the plate.' - Ian Kittichai
'Wise, witty, and wonderfully written, Baan sits alongside David Thompson's Thai Food and Andy Ricker's Pok Pok as one of the great English language works on regional Thai cookery.' - Tom Parker-Bowles
'Kay's true home is Thailand. Rarely have I met someone with such a love of a country, its people and their food. This book, so aptly named Baan, is the result of her journey through the Kingdom and many kitchens. It is home cooking, the true source of the best of Thai food. Kay recounts the charm, delicious fun and spirit of Thai kitchens in this book. I am captivated.' - David Thompson
'Baan' means the hearth, the home, the community, the place where you come from and this new book by Kay Plunkett-Hogge emulates just that feeling from Thai cuisine.
Born and raised in Bangkok, Kay spoke Thai before she spoke English and has spent more than half her life in Thailand. Baan is a true homage to her childhood, to the delicious recipes that she was raised on and a cuisine and country that she loves.
Baan features over 120 recipes that Kay has collected from all over Thailand from friends, acquaintances and street-stall holders, all gathered over around 30 years of travel, and all of them tried and tested back in London. Some are familiar, some unusual, and some so regional they capture a distinct sliver of Thailand and all its unique character. Crucially, all of them are well within the capabilities of the competent and curious cook. Kay demystifies Thai food, providing clear and concise recipes and revealing the shortcuts, kitchen hacks and ingredient substitutions that make delicious Thai cookery achievable in an ordinary Western home.
Chapters include How To Cook Rice - so central to Thai food and so easy to get right, whether steamed jasmine rice or sticky rice, all secrets are revealed Snacks and Aharn Len; Yums, Laarps and Tums; Soups; Stir-fried and Deepfried; Curries, Stews and Braises; Grilled, Steamed and Baked; Relishes and Dipping Sauces; and Drinks and Desserts.
Baan guides the reader through the fragrant world of Thai cooking - dishes of profound and gracious subtlety - onto a culinary adventure all within the comfort of their own kitchen.
The tastes of Tex-Mex cooking are well-known and much loved - despite that, most people don't know how simple and tasty it is to prepare the food yourself, from scratch. In the USA, this sort of properly made Mex food is rapidly gaining in popularity: several of the trendiest young restaurateurs have left their restaurants to start mobile food places in so-called Taco trucks. It is from the US border states, rather than directly from Mexico, that we get our inspiration for this book. Such as from Texas - with its robust Tex-Mex food inspired by both their southern neighbor and by cowboy culture with its beans, cheesy enchiladas and smoky BBQ. Or New Mexico - with its smoky, luxurious and more authentic Mexican cuisine, and California - with its well-prepared Mex food, so-called fresh Mex. Often made with fish and shellfish, and always without using any semi-manufactured products, of course. Beautiful images of settings are followed by simple recipes, entertaining Tex-Mex stories and extremely nerdy tips like where on the hamburger one really should put the accessories, or why it ought to be forbidden to mix your guacamole. This book is planned with an introductory chapter where the reader can learn the basics of Tex-Mex cooking: how to make your own tortillas, deep fry your own nacho chips, knock together the perfect guacamole, make the hottest chilli sauce, make your own BBQ smoker and so on. Then there are separate chapters on: side dishes; tacos, enchiladas and burritos; salads and soups; BBQ; sandwiches and hamburgers; desserts; drinks.
This title helps you create the evocative tastes and traditions of Greek cuisine easily and simply in your own kitchen. The recipe section offers 160 delicious and authentic dishes, both classic and modern - mezes, soups, main meals, vegetable dishes and desserts. You can enjoy delightful mezes such as filo fish pies and hummus; progress to classic main-course moussaka or kleftiko; and end the meal with mouthwatering desserts including walnut cake, baklava, or aromatic fruit and nut pastries. It features over 700 photographs, with stunning pictures of every finished dish. It offers easy-to-follow illustrated step-by-step instructions to ensure perfect results every time. It includes complete nutritional information for every recipe. The culinary heritage of Greece is shaped by the sun, the sea and the rich Mediterranean land. It makes full use of ripe summer fruits, herbs and vegetables, particularly tomatoes and olives, and ingredients fresh from the farms and small-holdings - succulent lamb; fish; yogurt; feta cheese, and home-baked bread. This book opens with an inspiring introduction to Greek cuisine followed by a section of authentic recipes for every occasion - mezes, family meals, summer barbecues and celebrations. The glorious dishes included here will allow you to recreate the atmosphere of sunny Greece and its islands in your own cooking and entertaining.
Good Housekeeping Book of British Food is a superb collection of imaginatively prepared, home-produced fare, using fresh ingredients and high-quality produce. The vast array of delectable ingredients that Britain has to offer are all included - succulent Scottish beef, tender Welsh lamb, Stilton and Cheddar cheese, young asparagus, tangy rhubarb, juicy Cox's apples and luxurious smoked salmon to name but a few. The triple-tested recipes represent the wide variety of British produce, whether recently introduced or grown here for centuries - food for any day of the year and every meal of the day. Many are favourite regional dishes, such as Scotch Broth, Irish Stew, Welsh Rabbit, Melton Mowbray Pork Pie, Bakewell Pudding and Soda Bread. And, of course, there are traditional recipes for the most recognized British dish, the Sunday roast. Tasty seasonal treats also abound, with recipes for a boozy Christmas Pudding, Easter biscuits and delicious pancakes. So whether you're looking for simple, yet interesting, everyday recipes, dishes to serve when entertaining, or vegetarian recipes to enjoy at any time, with this best of British cookbook, you'll have plenty of scrumptious ideas to hand.
Following the phenomenal success of The Silver Spoon, this book presents a collection of over 400 summer recipes for all lovers of Italian food, collected by the team behind the original book. Recipes from an Italian Summer presents a range of easy-to-follow, authentic Italian recipes using the most delicious seasonal ingredients. From informal picnics to family barbecues and entertaining outdoors, Recipes from an Italian Summer has the perfect dish for every day of summer, in a collection greatly expanded from the original book.
Together celebrates the power of cooking to connect us to one another.
In the aftermath of the Grenfell Tower fire, a group of local women gathered together to cook fresh food for their families and neighbours. Over the chatter and aromas of the kitchen they discovered the power of cooking and eating together to create connections, restore hope and normality, and provide a sense of home. This was the start of the Hubb Community Kitchen. Together is a storybook of this West London community, showcasing over 50 delicious recipes from the women of the Hubb Community Kitchen and including a foreword by HRH The Duchess of Sussex.
The women invite you to make their favourite simple dishes - many handed down over generations - from the Middle East, North Africa, Europe and Eastern Mediterranean for you and your loved ones.
Every dish tells a story of history, culture and family, and each has been developed to use few ingredients and easy methods so that anyone can cook these personal recipes. Together features mouthwatering recipes including Green Chilli and Avocado Dip, Coconut Chicken Curry, Aubergine Masala, Persian Chicken with Barberry Rice, Caramelised Plum Upside-Down Cake, Spiced Mint Tea and lots more.
This stunning charity cookbook is a homage to life, friendship and togetherness.
Discover Spain's culture and cuisine Claudia Roden has spent five years researching and writing about the food of Spain, resulting in this definitive, passionate and evocative cookbook which takes in the different regions and looks at the history, the people and the culture at the heart of this country, and at that which binds it all together - the delicious food and recipes passed down through generations. From simple, rustic tapas and delicately flavoured soups, to elaborate celebratory dishes served on silver platters and cakes and desserts each with a story to tell, this is the book about Spain to learn from and to cook from.
Catalonia, located in Spain's far north-east corner and centred around the port of Barcelona, has its own cuisine and culture which has spread to encompass Valencia, the Balearic Islands (Majorca, Minorca and Ibiza), Andorra, the ancient region of France formerly known as Roussilon, and a single city on the Italian island of Sardinia. Colman Andrews explores this whole territory of Catalan cooking, from its French, Roman and Moorish roots to today's modern interpretation. Along the way he creates a portrait of the food, wine, history and culture of the region.
An homage to the classic French bistro featuring over fifty-five recipes from the Paul Bert in Paris and a dozen of the best bistros in the French capital. The French bistro provides an irresistible dining experience, combining fresh, traditional dishes with a friendly atmosphere. With its checkered tablecloths, chalkboard menus brandishing the plats du jour, emblematic wooden chairs, and an endless supply of crusty baguettes, the gastronomic bistro has firmly established itself as a culinary institution. Bertrand Auboyneau, owner of the Paul Bert in Paris, offers a seasonal selection of over fifty-five hearty recipes. Starters include Country Pate with Pickled Chanterelles and Anchovy Fillets with Marinated Red Bell Peppers. An extensive selection of main courses ranges from Milk-Fed Lamb and Baby Vegetable Pot Roast; Fattened Hen in Jura Vin Jaune and Homemade Mashed Potatoes; and Duck Breast with Morello Cherries and Roasted Baby Potatoes; to Entrecote with Bearnaise Sauce and French Fries. After a whiff of a dazzling cheese tray, if you still have room for dessert, you can indulge in an assortment of delicious classics, such as the Paul Bert's signature Paris-Brest, praline cream in a crisp choux pastry ring; Tarte Tatin; a heavenly Chocolate Souffle; or a glistening Rum Baba, brimming with vanilla-scented Chantilly cream. To accompany the recipes, revered food critic Francois Simon outlines ten essentials for a true bistro, such as the importance of an inspirational owner, a highly experienced chef, impeccable servers, and the art of creating an authentic decor, dense with the wafting aromas of good food and wine. Photographs feature both recipes and the lively spirit of a dozen Parisian bistros.
Indonesian Food is the most comprehensive account of this ancient, exotic and varied cuisine ever published. Sri Owen, the world's leading authority, provides over 100 mouthwatering recipes, from staples and basics to food for festivals and special occasions. All recipes have fascinating introductions which place them in their regional and cultural settings and are easy to follow. The book is split into two parts - in part one a series of introductory chapters examine the role of food in Sri's life, in Indonesian culture and society, with recipes to accompany. Part two explains the essential ingredients and techniques of Indonesian cookery, with notes on availability and substitutions and discussions of modern developments, again with the relevant recipes and variations to accompany each technique. Painstakingly researched, and complemented by the superb photography of Gus Filgate, this book captures all aspects of this diverse culinary culture.
This isn't just any cookery book. It is 'Mastering the Art of French Cooking', first published in 1961, & it's a book that is a statement, not of culinary intent, but of aspiration, a commitment to a certain sort of good life, a certain sort of world-view; a votive object implying taste & appetite & a little je ne sais quoi.
When successful Italian restaurateur Aldo Zilli took part in Celebrity Fit Club, the fascinating TV series, it changed his life. It was the start of a new lifestyle and a new way of looking at his favourite foods. In Zilli Light, he shares his new, exciting way of life - with advice on how to eat delicious food but less of it: have large meals, but at certain times of the day; enjoy irresistible desserts but leave out another dish; and a host of tips on how to continue dining deliciously, while getting the weight off and keeping it off. Zilli Lightrecipes are based on the mouthwatering Mediterranean diet - with a new take. They are zesty and feisty, but with fewer calories. They are an essential introduction to anyone in search of a newer, more energetic way of life. If you want to be lighter and brighter, Zilli Lightis for you. Buon appetito!
'The next best thing to actually travelling with Caroline Eden a warm, erudite and greedy guide is to read her. This is my kind of book.' Diana Henry
'A wonderfully inspiring book about a magical part of the world' Viv Groskop, author of The Anna Karenina Fix
'Part travelogue, part recipe book, this is a love letter to the sea that welcomes strangers , soaked in colour, history, myth and the flavours of many cultures.' Nick Hunt author of Where the Wild Winds Are
This is the tale of a journey between three great cities Odessa, built on a dream by Catherine the Great, through Istanbul, the fulcrum balancing Europe and Asia and on to tough, stoic, lyrical Trabzon.
With a nose for a good recipe and an ear for an extraordinary story, Caroline Eden travels from Odessa to Bessarabia, Romania, Bulgaria and Turkey s Black Sea region, exploring interconnecting culinary cultures. From the Jewish table of Odessa, to meeting the last fisherwoman of Bulgaria and charting the legacies of the White Russian émigrés in Istanbul, Caroline gives readers a unique insight into a part of the world that is both shaded by darkness and illuminated by light.
Meticulously researched and documenting unprecedented meetings with remarkable individuals, Black Sea is like no other piece of travel writing. Packed with rich photography and sumptuous food, this biography of a region, its people and its recipes truly breaks new ground.
"The Cheese Chronicles" is an insider's look at the burgeoning world of American cheese from one lucky person who has seen more wedges and wheels, visited more cheesemakers, and tasted more delicious (and occasionally stinky) American cheese than anyone else. Liz Thorpe, second in command at New York's renowned Murray's Cheese, has used her notes and conversations from hundreds of tastings spanning nearly a decade to fashion this odyssey through the wonders of American cheese. Offering more than eighty profiles of the best, the most representative, and the most important cheesemakers, Thorpe chronicles American cheesemaking from the brave foodie hobbyists of twenty years ago (who put artisanal cheese on the map) to the carefully cultivated milkers and makers of today.
Thorpe travels to the nation's cheese farms and factories, four-star kitchens and farmers' markets, bringing you along for the journey. In her quest to explore cheesemaking, she high-lights the country's greatest cheeses and concludes that today's cheesemakers can help provide more nourishing and sensible food for all Americans.
Steve Jenkins, author of the celebrated "Cheese Primer," calls this "the best book about cheese you'll ever read." "The Cheese Chronicles" is a cultural history of an industry that has found breakout success and achieved equal footing with its European cousins.
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