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As ’n eggenote en pastoriemoeder, ma van drie volwasse kinders en voltydse hoërskoolonderwyseres weet Marilyn Gantana presies hoe kosbaar tyd is. In Marilyn kuier en kook! nooi sy ons om te deel in die keur van haar versameling resepte wat sy vir meer as 30 jaar al bymekaar maak en toets. Daar is familieresepte wat sy tydens haar grootwordjare by haar ma en tannies geleer het en dan ook die wonderlike staatmakers wat geliefde gemeentelede van Loeriesfontein en Grabouw met haar gedeel het. Smulkos soos gebraaide lamsribbetjies, pannekoekies met hoendervulsel, mini-seekos quiches en roosterkoek word op ’n eenvoudige en bekostigbare manier berei met bestanddele wat reeds in elke Suid-Afrikaner se koskas teenwoordig is. Die resepte is sonder fiemies, doenbaar en gou om te maak.
MaryJane Butters wants YOU to have a cow--that pet cow you've always fantasized about. You know, that gorgeous beauvine grazing outside your kitchen window. What would it feel like to bring a bucket of fresh milk into your kitchen and turn it into butter, your own yogurt, sour cream, and artisan cheeses like Manchego? MaryJane's fifth book, Milk Cow Kitchen, is two parts cookbook (20 step-by-step cheese recipes and 50 farmstyle meals), one part milk cow how-to, and three parts play Beginning each day by milking her Jersey dairy queens--Maizy, Miss Daisy, Sally O'Mally, and Etta Jane, MaryJane's Creamery supplies milk, feta cheese, and butter to local residents in her hometown of Moscow, Idaho, where she runs her many businesses, that include a successful organic farm, product lines, and MaryJanesFarm magazine, now in its twelfth year. Follow MaryJane's milk-her-once-a-day-not-twice backyard milk cow movement at heritagejersey.org.
Bow down. The reign of Cauliflower glory is upon us. Recipes naughty or nice, the world's most versatile and best-loved Super Vegetable is all at once a healthy wholefood staple, a culinary fashion statement, or the key ingredient for a cosy, comforting winter dinner at Grandma's house. (Or solo on the sofa, straight out of the pan. No judgement. No rules for the King.) The chameleon of the vegetable world, here are 70 recipes to prove Cauli's blue blood status. Roasted to golden perfection, barbecued, stir-fried, baked whole or in a pizza crust, and of course, the carb-dodger's delight, Cauliflower Rice. The real Mr Worldwide, Cauliflower features in Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, French, Spanish, Italian, Indian and Anglo dishes, all thoroughly represented here via snacks, starters and soups, salads, mains, baked and accompaniments
Here is a bright new take on foodscaping your garden. Brie Arthur's Gardening with Grains is a passion project that grew from a light-bulb moment. That is when she realized we've been missing a dynamic piece of the burgeoning foodscape movement.We've learned the joys of interplanting our blooming flowerbeds with veggies, herbs and berries, but what about the grains, those ancient and beautiful grasses that practically gave us civilization? Why couldn't we grow wheat, barley and oats for winter; corn, rice and sorghum for the warm season? Gardening with Grains is a pioneering book, a companion to Arthur's The Foodscape Revolution. Richly illustrated, it combines history, environmental benefits and personal stories with simple how-to's for planning, growing and harvesting those six important grains...plus 12 chef-tested recipes for inspiration. This is a design book, too, with planting patterns and suggestions, no matter how much or how little garden space you have. These grains are ornamental grasses, and they show off beautifully in any setting. The grouped plantings reveal the grains' varied colors and textures, interplanted with flowers like poppies, larkspur, snapdragons, nigella, zinnias, sunflowers and marigolds. Not only flowers, but salad greens and other decorative veggies play well with grains. Gardening with Grains is foodscaping for fun, beauty and bragging rights. . . and maybe even some homemade beer and bread.(Genus illustrations and garden plans by landscape architect and botanical artist Preston Montague.)
From fresh seafood to luxurious pasta and heavenly desserts - using lemons and limes in your cooking will make your food sing. A squeeze of lemon juice can bring a dull sauce or lacklustre soup to life as its tartness cuts through and brings out flavour in a subtler (and healthier) way than salt. Smaller, sharper but more intensely fragrant than lemons, limes work best with exotic, spicy food. Some dishes call for the sharp, clear lift of lemon, at other times the richer fragrance of lime is more appropriate. They are both perfect as an antidote to the heat of fresh chilli or pungent garlic, and the best of friends to herbs and olive oil, roast meat and freshly grilled seafood. Their brightness is also perfect in sweet, buttery desserts. Try a host of recipes including Lemon, Mushroom and Tarragon Arancini, Pork Dumplings in Lime-leaf Broth, Oven-baked Lemon Fennel or Lime and Chilli Sweet Potatoes. Ursula also investigates the history and culture of lemons and limes, their health-enhancing benefits, and explains how to grow your own.
Fans of "Food for Free" will be delighted at this new format--ideal for carrying in a rucksack. Over 100 edible plants are featured together with recipes and other interesting culinary information. With details on how to pick, when to pick, and regulations on picking, this new format of a best-selling title provides a portable guide for all those who enjoy what the countryside has to offer. More than 100 plants are listed, fully illustrated, and described, together with recipes and other fascinating information about their use throughout the ages. The recipes are listed so that you can plan your foray with a feast in mind. This is the ideal book for both nature-lovers and cooks. Particularly with today's emphasis on the freshest and most natural of foods. There is also practical advice on how to pick plus the countryside laws and regulations on picking wild plants.
A complete guide to help you safely identify edible species that grow around us, together with detailed artworks, field identification notes and recipes. First published in 1972, this updated edition of Richard Mabey's cult bestseller has been revised to reflect the ever-increasing eco-awareness and popular interest in finding different, and more natural, sources of food. Each of the 240 types of fruit, nut, flower, seaweed, fungi and shellfish featured has its own identification field notes and artwork. Understand and learn about the fascinating edible species that you may come across and, with the help of the numerous recipes also included, find out the best way to pick and enjoy them. Beautifully illustrated and written, 'Food for Free' will inspire you to take more notice of the natural harvest that surrounds us, learn how to make use of it and conserve it for future generations.
Peanut butter makes everything better. Think about it: Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies. Cold Peanut Noodles. Peanut Butter Fudge. Still not convinced? Try Peanut Butter Waffles, Pad Thai, or Chocolate Cupcakes with Peanut Butter Centers. In "The Ultimate Peanut Butter Book", the tenth addition to their "Ultimate" series, Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough offer up hundreds of recipes and variations for America's favorite spread. From comforting Peanut Butter Sticky Buns to decadent Peanut Butter Cheesecake to outrageous Elvis Spread (peanut butter, bacon, and bananas), "The Ultimate Peanut Butter Book" takes Peanut butter way beyond the same old peanut butter and jelly.
Feed your aubergine obsession! Discover surprising new ways to cook, serve and eat this king of veg. No longer the 'poor man's meat', aubergine can be transformed into impressive dishes with these 60 brand new recipes ranging from Aubergine Fritters with Honey and Goats Cheese, to Sicilian Aubergine Pizza, Persian Stuffed Aubergine, and even Aubergine Chocolate Cake. Whip up exotic yet simple mid-week suppers, impress friends and feed a crowd, and even convert aubergine haters with these creative and delicious recipes, packed with flavour.
Devised by a chef and based on nutritional advice, this much-needed cookbook is for people whose lives are touched by the cancer treatments chemotherapy and radiotherapy. Healthy Eating During Chemotherapy contains more than 100 recipes that have been created to excite the palate without over-stimulating it, together with helpful advice and information. Divided into chapters that focus on all important textures, such as Smooth, Soft with a Bite and Crispy, this book is an essential guide to helping patients or carers choose everyday dishes that are going to be enjoyed. Packed with practical tips and a Good Food List, it's not only an easy, flexible, appetising guide but also a source of inspiration for both patient and carer alike.
Merchant Gourmet produces quick and easy-to-use pulses, grains, seeds and chestnuts for the home cook. In their first cookbook, they offer 70 recipes using their delicious range of ingredients to make weekday dinners and weekend feasts more exciting - without the fuss.
There are recipes for sweet treats, lunches on the go, meals for two and weekend feasts, as well as breakfasts and snacks. Discover how versatile these ingredients can be with dishes such as Herby Lentil and Mustard Scotch Eggs; Roasted Red Peppers Stuffed with Smoky Spanish-Style Grains and Rice; Chestnut and Squash Tagliatelle; and Banana, Freekeh and Caramel Cake. Every recipe indicates how long it will take, and includes simple variations to cater for vegans or vegetarians.
Interest in growing and eating chilis has increased tremendously in the past few years. Everyone wants to grow chilis. It's easy to understand why since chilis are fun and easy to grow and yield a big harvest. And best of all, there are many varieties to try-from the hottest varieties like Trinidad Moruga Scorpion and Carolina Reaper, to milder varieties like Jimmy Nardello and Padron. Included here are more than 200 different varieties with cultivation tips, images, and taste guides. Eva Robild and Kerstin Rosengren are two devoted chili lovers who show you the basics of growing chili, from planting a seed during the winter months to moving them outdoors during the summer. You will also learn how to test a chili from the weakest to the strongest heat. But chili is not just about heat. Some varieties may also have notes of lemon or pineapple. The authors also provide tips on how to take care of and store chilis and recipes for hot sauces and dishes.
Winner of the 2020 Guild of Food Writers First Book Award and Specialist or Single Subject Award, as well as the 2020 Fortnum & Mason Food & Drink Awards for Debut Cookery Book 'Everything you ever needed to know about this vital ingredient for good cooking' - Ken Hom 'An authoritative compendium on the history, production and benefits of a broad spectrum of vinegars interspersed with recipes.' - Sunday Times From food writer and historian Angela Clutton comes The Vinegar Cupboard, demonstrating the many great ways vinegars can be used to balance and enhance flavours, and enable modern cooks to make the most of this ancient ingredient. There aren't too many ingredients which manage to bring flavour and adaptability to recipes and are actively good for you, but vinegar manages it, and this must-have new book, winner of the Jane Grigson Trust Award 2018, looks at how they have woven their way through culinary and medical history for thousands of years, and highlights the ways we can all benefit from vinegar in our diet. There is a growing interest in vinegars and a recognition of the role acidity plays in cooking, and within these pages, Angela Clutton shows how much can be achieved using just red or white wine vinegar in your cooking, as well as exploring the vast array of vinegars available. The range of vinegars on the market are expanding rapidly, and you can easily find fruit, herb, sherry, cider, malt, rice, balsamic and many types of red and white wine vinegars (from rioja through to champagne) on your supermarket shelves. The Vinegar Cupboard encourages cooks to have an arsenal of as many varieties of vinegars as they can fit in their kitchen; while we don't expect everyone to have a vinegar cupboard, we'd like to think this book will encourage a vinegar shelf at least! Photography, info-graphics and flavour wheels enhance the recipes in this collection, ensuring this is a usable and accessible book for all home cooks.
Discover the vibrant tastes of Asia with over 70 authentic and creative recipes for cooking with all kinds of noodles. Fresh, tasty and bursting with nutritious ingredients and lively aromas, delicious one-bowl, Asian-inspired noodle dishes have never been more popular. Their variety and versatility, speedy cooking time and ability to soak up the bold flavours they're prepared with, make noodle dishes an exotic yet accessible dish and, with The Noodle Bowl, you'll be able to celebrate this wonderful food and feast on the results. Taking inspiration from all over Asia, author Louise Pickford shows you how to recreate Salmon & Scallion Gyoza from Japan, Beef Pho from Vietnam, Chicken Noodle Soup from China and Kimchi Dumplings from Korea, as well many more exciting recipes from countries such as Burma, Malaysia, Cambodia and Laos. After finding out all the must-know noodle facts in an introductory chapter, you'll then learn how to cook, serve and eat the straightforward recipes that give thoughtful insight into the provenance of each dish. This collection of Asian-inspired, aromatic and sizzling hot recipes is a must for any lover of exotic and adventurous food.
Cacao was once considered by ancient Mayan and Aztec civilisations as a food of the gods. In modern day it is undeniably one of the nature's healthiest ingredients; this Amazonian superfood is full of potent antioxidants (40 times more than blueberries), vitamins and minerals. Research shows that raw cacao contains anti-inflammatory and heart protective antioxidants which can help reduce the risk of strokes and improve blood circulation. Other elements found in cacao can help prevent premature ageing, balance hormones, improve digestion, combat fatigue and lower blood pressure. From the sweet to the savoury, The Cacao Cookbook is packed with nutritious cacao recipes including breakfast smoothies, raw brownies, snack bars, steak, ice cream and homemade beauty products.
Artisan pizzas with delicious, seasonally inspired toppings are the focus of this exciting new book co-authored by the pioneer of Saturday Pizzas, and one of Ireland's most prestigious food writers. Saturday Night Pizzas started as a small pop-up restaurant at the famous Ballymaloe Cookery School. The idea was such a success that the pop-up pizzeria has been going for nearly 10 years, and is considered something of an institution within Ireland. Due to high demand, Saturday Pizzas also sell their pizzas into local shops too. The man behind this thriving enterprise shares his secrets for making exceptional pizza in 90 of his favourite recipes. The book is also filled with Dennhardt's, anecdotes, principles, tips and techniques. Author and esteemed food writer Kristin Jensen also brings a wealth of food knowledge to the table to ensure that every recipe is of the highest standard. The first chapter Getting Started gives information on equipment, ingredients and cooking in both a domestic oven and a wood burning stove. The second chapter, Dough, gives guidance on making dough by hand or machine and recipes for Sourdough, Spelt and Gluten-Free. Sauces and Extras include delicious condiments such as Red Onion Jam and Hollandaise Butter. The main pizza recipes are then divided into Our Flagship Pizzas, which classics such as Margherita and Pepperoni. Then comes meaty options with Sausage, Cured Meat and Roast Meat Pizzas, with luxurious toppings such as Roast Leg of Lamb with Wild Garlic/Ramps, Aioli and Salsa Verde. Seafood Pizzas features delicious, fresh ideas like Smoked Salmon with Capers and Creme fraiche. A long list of Vegetarian Pizzas includes Roast pumpkin with Fennel and Walnut Pesto. There are also chapters on Calzone, Fruit Pizzas and Dessert Pizzas to finish.
Anita Sumer is a passionate, self-taught, 100% sourdough baker and teacher, based in Slovenia who has become an international sensation - she now has over 70,000 followers on Instagram @sourdough_mania. She started baking sourdough when her husband was ill and could not eat yeasted bread. So successful has she been that she is now teaching sourdough baking around the world; 9 countries and across 3 continents. In 2017, she published her unique sourdough book in her native Slovenia, a first of its kind and the book received two Gourmand World Cookbook Awards. The book has now been published in German, Dutch, French and Croatian. The book features both simple-to-make recipes and more ambitious recipes for more festive occasions. Readers can feast their eyes (and later their stomachs) on rye bread, simple white bread, corn bread, buckwheat bread, fruit bread, donuts, brioches and much more. Sourdough Mania contains chapters on types of grain, making a sourdough leven, the baking process, ingredients and useful tools. Every stage is fully illustrated with step-by-step photography on weighing, mixing, kneading, shaping, scoring, and baking, to take you on a journey to the healthy world of sourdough baking made easy. Anita has started a real bread revolution which more and more people are joining in to bake healthier and more delicious bread. Sourdough Mania is here.
Nuts are packed with nutrition. They are full of the protein, fibre, vitamins, minerals and healthy fats that help you curb your appetite, protect against heart disease, lower cholesterol and reduce your risk of developing cancer. Every nut has its own nutritional package, and with so many types - from walnuts and pecans to pine nuts and brazils - the combinations are endless. Some recipes included in this book are Spicy Peanut Soup, Zucchini & Walnut Rolls, Chia Seed & Pistachio Breakfast Pudding, Goji, Mango & Pistachio Popcorn Slices and delicious Roasted Almond Ginger Butter. These recipes demonstrate ingenious ways of incorporating nuts into every part of the day. You'll see them ground into flours or butters, tossed into salads, stirred into cookie dough, baked into muffins and cakes, and sprinkled over ice cream, yogurt and oatmeal. So come on, embrace this health-boosting superfood and delight your palate.
Resize your sausage repertoire as the King-of-the-Links offers you a supreme gourmet sausage book - Includes 16 full-colour photos to make your mouth water and tummy rumble - Instructs you how to make mouth-watering, Irresistible, sausage filled recipes - Defines each type of sausage and explains its origins - Includes hundreds of related tips and essays on Aidells' never-ending quest for yet another great sausage dish ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: With The Complete Sausage Book in hand, you will be ready to add this most versatile, hearty, and satisfying ingredient to your gourmet cooking repertoire. The sausage king defines each sausage, explains its origin, teaches you sausage making techniques and generally makes mouths water in anticipation of his wonderful recipes. With sausages full of protein, never has a non-vegetarian recipe book looked so healthy, tasty and good.
Fruit collects a dozen of the South's bountiful locally sourced fruits in a cook's basket of fifty-four luscious dishes, savory and sweet. Demand for these edible jewels is growing among those keen to feast on the South's natural pleasures, whether gathered in the wild or cultivated with care. Indigenous fruits here include blackberries, mayhaws, muscadine and scuppernong grapes, pawpaws, persimmons, and strawberries. From old-school Grape Hull Pie to Mayhaw Jelly-Glazed Shrimp, McDermott's recipes for these less common fruits are of remarkable interest--and incredibly tasty. The non-native fruits in the volume were eagerly adopted long ago by southern cooks, and they include damson plums, figs, peaches, cantaloupes, quince, and watermelons. McDermott gives them a delicious twist in recipes such as Fresh Fig Pie and Thai-Inspired Watermelon-Pineapple Salad. McDermott also illuminates how the South--from the Great Smoky Mountains to the Lowcountry, from the Mississippi Delta to the Gulf Coast--encompasses diverse subregional culinary traditions when it comes to fruit. Her recipes, including a favorite piecrust, provide a treasury of ways to relish southern fruits at their ephemeral peak and to preserve them for enjoyment throughout the year.
Why aren't we using vegetables in dessert? That seems obvious at first - they're not as sweet as fruit. Until you remember that a lot of fruits are quite tart to taste, and many veggies are quite sweet. We all know there's a spectrum - every child knows that many vegetables are really fruits, including avocados, tomatoes, peas, sweetcorn, courgettes, and bell peppers. In this truly innovative new baking book, Ysanne Spevack has made sure to include not only veggies that are secretly fruits, but also veggies that are 100% bona-fide vegetables, such as carrots, lettuce, spinach, cauliflower and onions. Why conform to the norm, let's embrace the strange and say yes to vegetables in unusual places! Vegetables are delicious, and of course they can all be sweetened, either by being marinated and mixed with something sweet (and healthy), or by having their natural sugars caramelised - or both. Many vegetables offer other plus points, like outrageous colours, or surprising textures. Take beetroots - how could you turn down such a wonderful colour? And lotus roots - the crunch and the shape is too extraordinary to refuse! The gorgeous spiralling shapes of the fiddlehead ferns make a tart of true artistry. And, of course, there are the health benefits of eating more veg. Many people struggle with ways to eat their recommended five (or more) a day, and parents often worry about getting vegetables into their children without a fight. Children are savvy to every trick to smuggle vegetables into their dinner, and can find the evidence a speck of green in a veggie burger within seconds. But give them a cake with a big cauliflower inside, and the silliness of it gets a foot in the door. The pure anarchy of putting soft leaves inside a layer cake or loaf engages most people's sense of humour. Once you're there, Godzilla Cake is a cinch! Other ideas are things of pure beauty, whether cascading radish slices offering unexpected juicy crispness to a pavlova, or swirls of purple radicchio adorning a rich and creamy cheesecake. Widen your perspective and enter into a brave new parallel world of possibilities. These recipes may feature some of the most familiar ingredients in your fridge, but in an enlightening and often entertaining way. Lastly, but most importantly of all, the cakes, bakes, cookies and treats are all absolutely wonderful to eat - which is Ysanne's aim, to indulge in the pleasures of baking and eating, with a side helping of health along the way.
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