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Everyone loves pancakes and with Flipping Good! you can make them a regular occurrence, with no need to wait for pancake day. Sudi has taken inspiration from countries all over the world to create a dynamic and intriguing collection of recipes such as Ricotta pancakes with Banana and Honeycomb Orange Butter; Buttermilk and Spelt Pancake Stack with Poached Blackberries; Potato Latkes with Sumac Fried Egg; Galettes de Sarrasin with Leeks and Merguez sausage; Okonomiyaki with Shredded Cabbage, Prawns and Tamarind Sauce; Banh Xeo Rice Flour Pancakes with Prawns, Shitake and Mangetout; Russian Buckwheat Blini with Smoked Salmon; Fluffy Coconut Flour Pancakes with Apricots and Maple Syrup; Kaiserschmarren with Plum Compote. Organised into chapters on Breakfast & Brunch, Snacks, Main Meals, and Teatime & Desserts you're sure to find something for every occasion.
It is a daily undertaking - a morning shot of coffee, an absentminded sandwich at your desk, a hastily assembled dinner with the remnants from the fridge... With its every day ubiquity we can make the mistake of assuming that food is of little importance, or simply fuel to see us through the day. But what is its real impact on our emotional lives, and how can we better nourish ourselves? What we eat and how we eat it has a significant impact on our psychological well-being. In recent times, our society has been eager to recruit food to the project of physical health, but we've not always paid so much attention to how cooking and eating can assist us with our emotional health. With over 150 recipes, Thinking & Eating shows how ingredients and dishes can be supporters of certain ideas, emotions and states of mind that best help us confront the challenges of existence. In each recipe we discover of the ways in which food can store, memorialise and transmit the most important ideas of our lives.
In this cookbook you will find subtly spiced recipes as well as those that are red hot - meaning there are meals for every palate, every occasion and every season of the year.
Although seaweed is now all the rage, because we have been reading about and eating Japanese food, it has long been an important ingredient in Britain too, even if many of us don't recognize it as such. Just think of laver bread. Seaweed suppliers are becoming easier to find, but if you need some really quickly, a walk on your local beach will deliver the goods just as well. Fi Bird is nothing if not enthusiastic. She lives in the Hebrides and has written her own guide to foraging. In addition she is super-keen on teaching children to cook. This, her second book, combines these three elements: the Hebrides because seaweed runs amok there; foraging, because she lives in the midst of a natural larder; teaching, because she has written a fine set of intelligent and properly tested recipes. The book has four strands: an account of seaweed species that flourish here; a discussion of our use of seaweed over time, and in regional cookery; an assessment of the physical properties of seaweed and how they might contribute to a healthful diet; and a set of recipes. These last are not merely for boiling up dulse, or steaming kelp, but offer imaginative solutions to incorporating seaweed into our daily fare: brown bread ice-cream, fudge, curry (yes, curry!), dried seaweed biscuits, seaweed seasoning powder, water biscuits with rock samphire, seaweed croutons, seaweed treacle tart, and many more.
Semen is not only nutritious, but it also has a wonderful texture and amazing cooking properties. Like fine wine and cheeses, the taste of semen is complex and dynamic. Semen is inexpensive to produce and is commonly available in many, if not most, homes and restaurants. Despite all of these positive qualities, semen remains neglected as a food. This book hopes to change that. Once you overcome any initial hesitation, you will be surprised to learn how wonderful semen is in the kitchen. Semen is an exciting ingredient that can give every dish you make an interesting twist. If you are a passionate cook and are not afraid to experiment with new ingredients - you will love this cook book
Since 1973, representatives from home extension clubs in Carteret County, North Carolina, have met each month in a Morehead City kitchen to test new ways of handling, storing, and preparing fish and shellfish caught off the North Carolina coast. Their thirty years of seafood wisdom are now gathered in this comprehensive cookbook and guide for cooks who want to know more than just how to bake or fry fish. Mariner's Menu contains more than 160 original seafood recipes developed by the dedicated testers and tasters of the Seafood Lab kitchen. Many of these recipes, such as broiled tuna Provencal and steamed clams in wine broth, use easily available ingredients and require little preparation. Separate chapters instruct cooks on broiling, grilling, frying, and steaming. Important preparation techniques such as deboning fish, deveining shrimp, and cracking crab are illustrated in detailed drawings by Morehead City artist Connie Mason. Photographs by Scott D. Taylor of Beaufort reflect seafood's vital role in coastal communities. Packed with images, safety tips, helpful hints, and mouth-watering recipes, Mariner's Menu is more than a cookbook. It's a complete resource for handling, storing, preparing, cooking, and enjoying fresh seafood. |A complete seafood handbook that reflects 30 years of experience. Here are more than 160 original recipes for fish and shellfish developed by representatives from home extension clubs in coastal Carteret County, N.C. In addition to the recipes, the authors provide instructions for handling, storing, preparing, and cooking fresh seafood.
A delicious and versatile fruit, the Key Lime is an exotic addition to back yard gardens and a favorite on restaurant menus. Gourmets and novices alike will rave over easy-to-prepare recipes such as Key Lime Drop Cookies, Frozen Key Lime Cake Supreme, and Key Lime Rum Sherbet. Not to be forgotten are variations on traditional Key Lime pie including Black Bottom Key Lime Pie, Mango Key Lime Pie, and Key Lime Ice Cream Pie.
Manchet and Trencher: Bread. Following a history of the importance and evolution of bread, its recipes include bean bread, medieval gyngerbrede, and peynreguson (which uses wine). Cinnamon, liquorice, peas, sour milk, honey, coriander, fennel, caraway seeds, almonds, oranges, lemons and mussel shells are some of the many pleasing ingredients.
Craft beer is the new seasonal ingredient. From Jacquelyn Dodd-the woman behind the award-winning website The Beeroness-comes Lush, a celebration of fruit, vegetables, and craft beer. After all, beer is as seasonal as produce; its ingredients come from the soil and are harvested at peak freshness, just like the offerings at your local farmers' market. It's no surprise that the flavors of seasonal craft beers pair perfectly with the food we're eating at the moment. This cookbook features 80 creative, produce-forward recipes-all of which are made with seasonal craft beer. From Gochujang ISA Shakshuka to Grilled Apricot Saison Shortcakes to Doppelbock Rutabaga Mash, make no mistake: this isn't your drunk uncle's beer chili. Whether your Saturdays are spent at the farmers' market or your favorite local craft brewery (or both!), Dodd's creative use of produce and beer opens the door to deliciously complex flavors that evolve with the seasons.
Craig Sams' collection of recipes features brown rice in delicious macrobiotic dishes, including soups, salads, main courses, and desserts.The authors offer tasty recipes for sauces as well as other informationand advice for making this nutritious grain a delectable part of your diet.Macrobiotic cooking is now widely recognized for its healing propertiesby the medical establishment as well as culinary experts. One of the most popular and versatile whole grains, brown rice is oftenat the heart of a good meal. But it can also be used to enhance a widevariety of other foods in infinite combinations
Who doesn't love apples? Grown, harvested and eaten for centuries, apples play an important role in everyday life and are enjoyed in a huge variety of ways.
Author James Rich hails from apple country in Somerset, England, where his family own a cider farm. Apples, it could be said, are in his blood, this is a collection of over 90 of his best-loved recipes. Try your hand at a summery Crunchy apple, cherry and kale salad, a comforting Slow-roasted pork belly and pickled apple, and an Ultimate apple crumble, all washed down with a Cider and thyme cocktail. James uses whole apples as well as cider, apple juice, cider brandy and cider vinegar to add depth to his dishes.
Apples can be delicate and complementary, floral and simple or they can be bold, sharp and stand out from the crowd. Set to the backdrop of his family's stunning apple, Apple is a celebration of this humble fruit.
The omelette, at once simple and complex, is delicious at any time. John Finn's mother was a fan and passed her knowledge and passion to her son. Here Finn provides instructions for four master recipes-the classic French omelette, an American diner omelette, a frittata and a dessert omelette-and delectable variations on each.
A book which celebrates rice in all its forms : 40 different recipes. Illustrated in full colour.
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