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Balancing your diet by consuming animal protein is straightforward - a chicken breast, fillet of salmon or lamb chop are nearly pure protein - but there is very little that offers the vegetarian, vegan - or flexitarian - that ease. In Plant Power, Annie Bell shows you how to source plant proteins from high-quality unrefined whole foods. She explains which foods contain protein and the simplest and most delicious ways to include a broad range in your diet to ensure that you optimise your protein consumption with no need for expensive supplements or 'fake' meats. Recipes include Three Seed Porridge with Berries for breakfast, Spicy Lentil Baked Eggs for a power brunch, a nourishing Spring Root and Farro Salad for lunch on the go and Halloumi and Pine Nut Burgers for a satisfying supper. With comfort food like Spaghetti Carbonara and bowls of energy such as Cauliflower Dhal with Coco-Lime Yogurt, Annie shows that good nutrition and good food should always go hand in hand.
Beans. Affordable, full of high-value protein, with a long-lasting shelf life, beans are versatile-equally delicious in stews or salads. And now we are learning to appreciate their worth as sustainability staples. Once pushed aside by Whole30 and Plant Paradox dieters, legumes have been rediscovered by home cooks everywhere. From common classics like black and pinto to heirloom beans like Appaloosa and Dapple Greys, The Mighty Bean, written by established cookbook author Judith Choate, provides a never-ending collection of recipes to showcase these plant-based powerhouses. Including vegetarian, vegan and meat-friendly recipes, The Mighty Bean inspires a new outlook on legumes. Enjoy them as appetisers such as a Spicy Bean Dip, savour nourishing mains like Ayocote Negro Chili and delight in desserts including Red Bean Cake. No matter what the dish or time of day, the flexibility of beans is undeniable and, with vibrant colour photography, irresistible.
44 Nutritious and Delicious Recipes Using Beans, Peas, and Lentils Beans-high in protein, fiber-rich, and full of minerals-are one of the healthiest foods around. But did you know that baking with beans improves their nutritive values? Now, you can learn to bake with beans to make delicious, gut-healthy, and vegan breads and desserts that are jam-packed with nutrition and unique flavors. Along with peas, lentils, chickpeas, and more, Baking with Beans showcases the healthy legume as the main star in a variety of baked goods. Whip up fresh nutty breads, delightful plant-based cakes and cookies, and creative pies and pizzas, as well as some gluten-free options. Learn to make: Walnut Bread with Green Lentils Focaccia with Rosemary and Olives Braided Bread with Pistachio Pesto Carrot Rolls with Pumpkin Seeds Blueberry Bars with Cinnamon and Cardamom Chocolate Balls with Banana Chips Saffron Cake with Figs Coconut Lime Muffins Kidney Bean Brownies Black Bean Chocolate Chili Cookies And More! Add healthy fibers to your breads and desserts and invest in your health with beans!
Drawing on a genuine lasting friendship between Ken Hom and Pierre-Jean Pebeyre, a meeting of East and West, this essential modern kitchen book unveils and revels in the mystery of the world's most sought-after scented ingredient: the black truffle of France. Recipes within range from the simple to the elaborate, although nothing complicated, with all featuring truffles as the star.
A groundbreaking study that reveals how decades of misleading science and policy unjustly demonized the high-fat diet, which might actually be our healthiest option. For the past 60 years we have been told that a low-fat diet can protect against obesity, diabetes, and heart disease. Yet despite many of us taking this advice in the developed West, we are now in the midst of an obesity epidemic that is breeding serious health problems. Recent more rigorous scientific work has overturned some of the shoddier theories of earlier decades to demonstrate conclusively that we have been needlessly avoiding red meat, cheese, whole milk, and eggs for decades, and that we can now, guilt-free, welcome these delicious foods back into our lives.
Tal Smith, owner of the much-loved Cape Town deli Sababa, is back with new recipes in Sababa: More Middle Eastern and Mediterranean Food. This follows the incredible success of the first book Sababa: Middle Eastern and Mediterranean Food, and the constant request for more recipes. The recipes continue to be simple to follow and the ingredients are always easy to find. Sababa encourages home cooking and are all based on family recipes not only for cooking everyday suppers but for celebrations too.
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.
Op soek na inspirasie vir heerlike gesinskos wat iets nuuts en anders is? Die reeks lekker & vinnig is net die antwoord... Smaaklike resepte met bestanddele wat reeds in die koskas is of geredelik beskikbaar is by die meeste supermarkte. Ontdek nuwerwetse kombinasies en interessante smake wat gou familiegunstelinge sal word.
In 2006, Chef Aliza Green published Starting with Ingredients, a 1000-page collection of hundreds of recipes, ingredient tips, and food history designed to be a master class for the home cook. Fifteen years later, Starting with Ingredients is reinvented in a convenient magnetic-closure format with 50 recipe cards and an 88-page booklet chock-full of ingredient history. Aliza's chef-tested and approved recipes are easily navigated with brightly colored illustrations, sorted by main ingredient, giving you a starting place when you have lots of lemons, or are craving a meal with beef. The deck is the perfect gift (or self-purchase) for anyone who finds pleasure in a homemade meal.
Mushroom guru Gary Lincoff escorts you through the cultural and culinary history of the mushroom, hunting and identifying wild mushrooms, mushroom safety, and on to preparing and serving the fungi. Stunning photographs and Lincoff's fascinating anecdotes from the field will make you an instant mycophile. Gathering edible wild food is a wonderful way to forge a connection to the Earth. Mushrooms are the ultimate local food source; they grow literally everywhere, from mountains and woodlands to urban and suburban parks to your own backyard. The Complete Mushroom Hunter, Revised will enrich your understanding of the natural world and build an appreciation for an ancient, critically relevant, and useful body of knowledge. With great expertise, Lincoff provides a complete overview of edible mushrooms: from the mushroom's earliest culinary awakening, through getting equipped for mushroom forays, to preparing and serving the fruits of the foray, wherever you live. Inside you'll find: A brief, colorful history of mushroom hunting worldwide How to get equipped for a mushroom foray A completely illustrated guide to the common wild edible mushrooms and their poisonous look-alikes, with information of psychedelic and psychotherapeutic mushrooms An illustrated guide to medicinal mushrooms Where to find your fare, and how to identify them How to prepare and serve your fungi Thirty delicious recipes Five appendices offer even more mushroom knowledge, with information on how to make mushroom artwork, mushroom cultivation, less common edible varieties, and winter hunting; plus find an essential guide to major poisonous mushrooms, symptoms of poisoning, and treatment. Whether you're just starting out with the hobby or an experienced mycophile looking to add to your collection, The Complete Mushroom Hunter, Revised is your ideal guide.
This is the definitive book about chocolate and coffee, with a classic compilation of delicious recipes. It begins by telling the story of the cocoa bean, and then contains over 200 of the most devilish chocolate recipes ever conceived, including Death by Chocolate, Mississippi Mud Pie and Black Forest Gateau. The second section traces the social and cultural impact of coffee through history, and features over 100 coffee desserts and cakes, including Tiramisu, Mocha Sponge Cake and Cappuccino Torte.With every recipe shown step by step, and with over 1300 photographs, this is the ultimate bible for all chocolate and coffee lovers.
After years of living in awe of the mysterious fungi known as mushrooms -- chefs, health enthusiasts, and home cooks alike can't get enough of these rich, delicate morsels. With updated production techniques for home and commercial cultivation, detailed growth parameters for 31 mushroom species, a trouble-shooting guide, and handy gardening tips, this revised and updated handbook will make your mycological landscapes the envy of the neighborhood.
Perfect for a tasty midday treat, or intricately gift wrapped for a special occasion, cookies are simple to bake yet sumptuous to eat, and with over 90 home-baked recipes you can celebrate the joy of indulging from the cookie jar. There's nothing quite like the irresistible smell and the mouth-watering taste of freshly baked cookies straight from the oven. Sometimes savoury, but often wonderfully sweet, they are the ultimate bite-sized comfort food, and oh so simple to make. Here you'll find classic recipes such as Gingerbread Men, Choc Chip Cookies and Snickerdoodles, along with more contemporary creations like Peanut Crunch, Spiced Pumpkin or Rosemary & Pine Nut Cookies to truly showcase the variety of flavours share amongst friends... or keep for yourself! Together with some basic baking tips, information about the equipment you need and advice on the best ingredients to buy - you'll be prepared and ready to bake in no time! If you're partial to some Brandy Snaps, the buttery taste of Shortbread or could nibble on the whole selection, get ready to fill up your cookie jar with these crunchy, moreish and easy-to-make bakes.
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.
Miso is fast becoming a vital ingredient for the health-conscious foodie. The fermented soybean paste, which originates from Japan, is prized for its rich, complex umami flavour alongside its health-giving properties. Despite being used by the Japanese for hundreds of years, miso has been experiencing a new found popularity as top chefs, cooks and food writers champion miso as an essential yet exciting everyday ingredient. In Miso Tasty: The Cookbook Bonnie Chung, founder of the UK's only dedicated miso brand and a self-taught miso expert, explores the great versatility of this exciting paste, and demonstrates the depth that it can bring to everyday cooking. Her book shares 60 recipes on how to enjoy this ingredient in both Japanese and non-Japanese dishes. The recipes are a mix of well-loved classics and new discoveries: swirl it into a hot stock for miso soup, mix it with a drop of olive oil and a spoon of mustard for a deeply satisfying salad dressing, or baste it on to steaks for a quick but deeply flavoured barbecue marinade. The book will also include simple cooking tips on how to make the most of miso, an in-depth exploration of the many different types of miso and even how to make your own miso at home. Miso is full of possibilities - as diets become more focused on being wholesome and nutritious, this ancient soybean paste is fast becoming a vital ingredient in every cook's kitchen.
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.
Daar is ’n melktert vir elke okkasie en na elkeen se smaak: met ’n skilferkors-kraag, krummelrige broskors, koekiekrummelkors of sonder kors; gegeur met kaneel, naartjieskil, perskeblare, neutmuskaat of vanielje, amandel, karamel, sitrusskil of kardemom; gebruik as ’n tert (gebak of ongebak), nagereg, skommeldrankie, “shooter”, melkskommel of as vulsel vir ander gebak soos doughnuts: melkterte van oor die hele wereld – Nederland, Portugal, Spanje, Amerika, Frankryk, Engeland en selfs China.
From the delectable Pluot Bruschetta (cover), and Heirloom Tomato Tart Tatin, a savory play on a French favorite, to a fragrant Lamb and Apricot Tajine with Ras el Hanout; from Pomegranate, Persimmon Forbidden Rice and the show-stopping Fig Leaf Roasted Salmon with Fig-Fennel Relish, to the humble Eton Mess, an English classic, Les Fruits: Savory and Sweet Recipes from the Market Table highlights the versatility of fruit as the main event forever redefining savory appetizers, salads, main courses, and, naturally, sweet desserts. Grouped by key ingredient and accompanied by stunning full-page photos, engaging anecdotes and approachable recipes, Les Fruits showcases seasonal fruit in every course, and for every season. In Les Fruits, author Pascale Beale takes inspiration from, among other things: an Alpine hike during a summer family reunion; the generosity of neighbors who shared from their abundant gardens; a Salvador Dali painting; the irresistible bounty found at the local farmers markets; and more, all delightfully intertwined with indelible childhood memories of cooking with her French grandmother and their shared obsession of searching for the perfect piece of fruit. Highlighting the tastes, colors and textures of twenty different fruits, Pascale has created nearly 100 recipes, brimming with glorious colors, innovative ingredients, and savory and sweet surprises. Her passion for great food, seasonal ingredients and unexpected flavor combinations, along with her sense of style and ease, make this, her seventh book, a must-have for experienced and aspiring cooks alike. Wildly colorful, thoroughly engaging and with spectacular dishes that both satisfy and impress, Les Fruits is as luscious, compelling and welcome as the first ripe peach of summer.
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