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TASTE! is a refreshed and expanded new edition of Glynn's REAL FLAVOURS - the handbook of gourmet & deli ingredients, voted World's Best Food Guide and described by Nigel Slater as 'one of the only ten books you need'. The book features unique new NEED TO KNOW panels for each category, fast-to-use lists telling you what's important, whether buying, cooking or eating. Each is a guide to how to spot the good, the bad or ugly, and the ideal ways to enjoy the world's best deli ingredients. TASTE! is an all-embracing, comprehensive handbook of speciality food information, from salt, pepper, sugar and salt to Portuguese Egg Tarts, sourdough, olive oil, caviar, wondrous British charcuterie, cheese and cheesecakes. Included are chapters on Beans, Peas and Pulses, Bread and Baking, Charcuterie, Chocolate, Chutneys, Ferments and Pickles, Coffee, Dairy including Cheese, Fish, Fish Eggs and Seafood, Fruit, Vegetables, Nuts, Dried Mushrooms and Sea Vegetables, Grains including Pasta, Herbs, Spices and Natural Flavourings, Oils, Olives, Sauces, Sugars, Syrups and Honey, Tea and Herbal Teas, and Vinegars. You'll end up reading TASTE! like a challenging novel, because it also presents controversial opinions about chillies, synthetic flavourings, palm oils and more. Glynn says: 'the book answers the questions you didn't know you should have asked, and is an ingredient handbook that makes every cookbook work.'
This is a cookbook for the millennium: an extravagant, shameless and highly entertaining work that will change the course of contemporary cuisine, it takes cooking out of the kitchen and away from the TV screens, and puts it where it deserves to be: in the philosophy section alongside Plato and other great culinary masters. The notorious Thursday Club reveals its culinary secrets as the reader is invited to take part in its annual banquet. The meal is lavish, its contents unique, the taste out of this world. It is not just a meal but a philosophical statement. It is not to be eaten, but absorbed into the body. Orlando Crispe demonstrates the power of food on human behavior and how it can incite both love and revulsion. And no detail of preparation is too insignificant or too outre to be revealed: Beef Stock au Orlando Crispe: Marinate the carcass of a cow in a hot-water bath for several hours with its chef, so that the juices of the one can mingle with that of the other.
The book about the power of sprouts as an ultra-food for health, weight loss, and optimum nutrition by Doug Evans, the co-founder of Organic Avenue and the founder of Juicero The Sprout Book is a transformative plan to empower readers to embark on a plant-based way of eating that's low-cost and accessible. With a foreword by Joel Fuhrman, M.D., this book introduces sprouts, one of the most nutritious sustainable foods on earth, by adding a few dishes to a diet and then shifting into a raw, whole foods plant-based diet. Among the mind-blowing nutritional qualities of sprouts: -- they have 20-30 times the nutrients of other vegetables and 100 times those of meat -- they pack cancer-fighting properties and help to protect us from cardiovascular disease and environmental pollutants -- they aid in digestion -- they are a simple way to grow your own vegetables and compatible with all diets The forty recipes inside feature sprouts on top of raw vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds, spices, sea vegetables, and top-quality cold-pressed vegetable oils for the healthiest diet possible. The Sprout Book includes informative interviews with leaders in functional medicine and nutrition. Use it to change your diet and super-charge your health!
Asian Salads shows you how to prepare the amazing variety of delicious Asian vegetables, herbs, and seasonings found in your local supermarket, farmers market, and world food market. It presents 72 recipes that will excite and awaken your palate-and open up new food horizons! Dozens of fragrant herbs like cilantro, Thai basil, and lemongrass are combined with delicious fresh Asian vegetables like Napa cabbage, spicy kimchi, daikon, and many more! These healthy recipes are simple and very easy to prepare-based on classic dishes found in Vietnam, Thailand, India, China and Korea. Many of the salads have meat or seafood options, and are perfect as side dishes or as complete and satisfying one-dish meals! Easy step-by-step instructions and photos provide shortcuts and substitutes to save you time. Delicious salad recipes include: Marinated Bean Sprouts with Black Vinegar Dressing Cucumber Salad with Yogurt & Garlic Dressing Korean White Fish Carpaccio Crispy Pork with Watercress Salad Pork, Kimchi and Leek Salad Multiple homemade salad dressings and vinaigrettes Simple enough for everyday meals and interesting enough for special occasions, you can't go wrong with these delicious Asian recipes!
Benjamin Donath and Viola Molzen decided to call their book Bowl Stories because eating out of bowls is not a passing fad, but a declaration of love for the food itself. The duo defines eating from a bowl, or even directly from the pot, as the ultimate pleasure. Eating from bowls is both practical and sensuous; all ingredients and components are nestled close to each other so it's easy to have a bit of everything on your spoon. Ben and Viola serve up classic dishes with a fun twist: Asian carbonara with pork belly, ayran Black Forest cake, and pea soup with nectarine yakitori or hay panna cotta. Marketing manager Viola, who loves food above all else, and pastry chef Ben, author of the food blog EateryBerlin.com, find inspiration for their recipes from childhood memories, leftovers in the fridge, and of course, from their travels: to Turkey, Portugal, or a campground in Brandenburg.
Eating healthily can be a confusing business. But what if there were a single, simple change you could make that would transform your health, without forcing you to give up the foods you love?
According to a growing body of international studies, little tweaks to your everyday diet to get you beyond the 5-a-day minimum portions of fruit and veg could slash your risk of developing the biggest diseases to affect the Western world. In fact, experts agree that simply eating more fruit and veg is the single most important dietary change you can do for your health!
As only 3 out of 10 people are even achieving the minimum amount of fruit and veg, this book aims to make getting there easy. No gimmicks, no 'banned' foods, no miserly portion sizes. Just 80 of the classic recipes you know and love made healthier (and tastier) by simply upping the amount of fruit and veg in them, all backed by the best science available.
This book is about the most valuable substance in your diet. A substance that dramatically improves your heart health, reduces inflammation and strengthens your immune system. A treasure that is hiding in plain sight - fibre. Fibre is often considered boring, even invisible, yet it's more powerful than most life-saving drugs. The various dieting fads purporting to prolong life or reduce weight, pale in the face of what adding fibre to your diet can achieve. And its real power for improving society's health lies in its affordability. Adding more fibre to your diet can add years of good health on to your life. Who wouldn't want that? Why is fibre hiding in plain sight? Where do I find it? How much is enough? Is it the same as roughage? Doesn't it give me gas? Fibre for Life provides these answers and many more - inspiring you to shift your food intake to types of foods that are better for you, the environment, and the whole health of the planet. Chapters include: Hiding in Plain Sight - some background to fibre and the sugar-fibre ratio The Fibre Conspiracy - why is fibre so often ignored when it comes to discussions of healthy diet? Why Fibre is So Amazing - what is it and where do we get it from? Understanding Your Gut - how a healthy gut prolongs life The Fibre Fix - what you need to eat and the anti-diet plan Let's Get Cooking - simple recipes and a basic menu plan Beyond Fibre - By adding some movement and enjoyment, you will be adding even more years of healthy living
Ingenious short-cut recipes that show how canned food is not only convenient and budget-friendly but delicious too! Chef Theo Michaels presents 65 simple and delicious recipes for meals made using canned food plus just a few basic fresh and/or frozen ingredients. Most of the recipes can be pulled together in less than 30 minutes, ingredients lists are short and also allow for last-minute substitutions. Stock your kitchen cupboards with a good selection of canned food and you'll never be short of dinner options, even when getting out to the shops isn't easy! Rustle up tasty dishes for all the household, from soups and simple pasta dishes, to satisfying oven bakes and one-pot casseroles. Theo's recipes make clever use of canned vegetables, fruit, pulses, fish, seafood and even meat and poultry! Try a cannellini bean and artichoke gratin, smoked seafood tagliatelle, chicken and mushroom lasagne bake or a balsamic cherry tarte tatin and more.
Wholesome and healthy recipes that are totally #squashgoals! Squashes and pumpkins are the versatile vegetables that not only pack a flavour punch, but are also oh so good for you. Not only are they low calorie, but they're also jam packed full of vitamins A, C and E and a jackpot of minerals, from iron and zinc to magnesium and potassium. These super ingredients are so versatile that you can bake, roast, fry, grill, barbecue and stuff them. From spicy chutneys and hearty soups and curries, to light refreshing salads and delightful bakes, this cookbook will carry you through the colder months with nutritious, homely and comforting recipes to suit every taste.
Praised in Britain as a return to a forgotten tradition of literary food writing, a delectable and surprising celebration of cooking through the story of an early spring meal First, Catch is a cookbook without recipes, an invitation to journey through the digressive mind of a chef at work, and a hymn to a singular nine-dish festive spring lunch. In Eagle's kitchen, open shelves reveal colorful jars of vegetables pickling over the course of months, and a soffrito of onions, celery, and carrots cook slowly under a watchful gaze in a skillet heavy enough to double as a murder weapon. Eagle has both the sharp eye of a food scientist as he tries to identify the seventeen unique steps of boiling water, as well as of that of a roving food historian as he ponders what the spice silphium tasted like to the Romans, who over-ate it to worldwide extinction. He is a tour guide to the world of ingredients, a culinary explorer, and thoughtful commentator on the ways immigration, technology, and fashion has changed the way we eat. He is also a food philosopher, asking the question: at what stage does cooking begin? Is it when we begin to apply heat or acid to ingredients? Is it when we gather and arrange what we will cook--and perhaps start to salivate? Or does it start even earlier, in the wandering late-morning thought, "What should I eat for lunch?" Irreverent and charming, yet also illuminating and brilliantly researched, First, Catch encourages us to slow down and focus on what it means to cook. With this astonishing and beautiful book, Thom Eagle joins the ranks of great food writers like M.F.K. Fisher, Alice Waters, and Samin Nosrat in offering us inspiration to savor, both in and out of the kitchen.
60 recipes for banana breads, easy loaf cakes and other one-bowl bakes, perfect for everyday home baking. In 2020, banana bread had a moment. When the first lockdown arrived, anxious shoppers quickly stocked up on food but then found themselves with cupboards full of flour and fruit bowls overspilling with rapidly ageing bananas. The answer was simple and the resulting baking craze intense! But why stop at banana bread? There are plenty of other loaf cakes and easy bakes that you can rustle up in no time to enjoy with your mid-morning coffee or afternoon tea. A loaf cake is, by definition, made in a bread loaf pan (as its name implies) and is sometimes also known as a quick bread for that reason. These fuss-free recipes can incorporate a wide variety of ingredients, from fresh and dried fruit to nuts and seeds, and include delicious flavourings including chocolate, vanilla and warm spices. Popular recipes included here are Chocolate Chip Banana Bread, Marmalade & Almond Bread, Lemon Polenta Loaf, Vanilla Pound Cake, Honey Cake and so much more!
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.
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.
Wake up and enjoy the most important meal of the day with over 60 relaxed recipes for every morning occasion, from lazy lie-ins to brunch parties. For many, breakfast is the best meal of the day, and on the weekends when the pace of life slows, there's nothing better than an indulgent brunch. With more than 65 appetizing and modern recipes, there is a dish here to suit everyone's brunch style. With meat, fish, vegetarian and vegan options, starting the day the right way has never been easier, or tastier! For slow-release energy, opt for something like Pink Grapefruit with Vanilla Sugar or Bircher Muesli with French Berries. Nothing says brunch quite like eggs, but why not serve your friends something different like Baked Mushroom & Egg Ramekins or a Steak and Egg Breakfast Taco? Even those with the biggest appetites will meet their match with substantial brunch plates of Chorizo Cornbread or Herbed Feta On Sourdough. And for the sweet tooth, breakfast bakes such as Banana Bread or Blueberry Pancakes will hit the spot. Also included are drinks to complete the feast, from a Pour Over Coffee to The Ultimate Bloody Mary with Pickled Celery.
Two dimensional recipes? How passe. We're living in the 21st century, baby, and 3D Munchies is here to bring your late-night cravings to life. They say seeing is believing, and this book will let you visualise those super-cheesy nachos, spicy wings and gooey chocolate s'mores before they even hit the plate - not to mention all the things you can do with the humble potato chip. From (half) baked snacks to (fully) loaded, pop-off-the-page carbs and a whole section for anyone chasing that sugar high, this book is here to satisfy all your senses with its over-the-top visuals and diet-unfriendly recipes. Includes two sets of 3D glasses!
South Africans love the flavours of the Mediterranean: olive oil, lemons, herbs, vineripened tomatoes, fragrant spices, fresh seafood and succulent grilled meats get us excited. In Weber Mediterranean, master griller Jamie Purviance explores the cuisine of the region. Jamie’s recipes are simple to follow and take the guesswork out of braaiing, while his handy tips provide advice where it is needed. The short introduction includes how to make flat breads and kebabs, and what equipment you need for effi cient braaiing. Also included are cooking charts for fi sh and shellfish, lamb, beef, pork, poultry and vegetables.
To keep within your budget, can be challenging in these days - especially if you like eating out. However, As Good As Eating Out provides the perfect solution: make your own restaurant food at home. It's much more healthy and affordable.
In this cookbook you will find easy recipes for fast food favourites like chicken bites, fish and chips, hot dogs and boerewors rolls, pizza and pasta - and ice cream of course. And if you prefer a diet low in carbohydrates and sugar, even you are catered for. Start planning your menu: choose from soup, salads, wraps, nachos and tacos, stir fries, curries, steaks, bunny chow, lamb shanks and pork ribs to mention a few. And if you worry about basics like how to make pizza dough or pasta yourself, even these topics are catered for. End your menu with dessert, ranging from cheesecake and mousse to malva pudding and panna cotta.
You will eventually see: real restaurant can be affordable - at home.
Transform a Few Staple Ingredients into Spectacular Meals. Dinner doesn't have to be complicated or time-consuming with Rebecca White's nourishing and exciting meals, prepared with only a few key ingredients already found in your pantry. With one-pot, sheet-pan and slow-cooked recipes, she'll show you how to make simple staples into standout meals. This incredible collection features recipes such as: * Sheet-Pan Cumin Chicken and Bell Peppers * One-Pan Lemon Parmesan Linguine * Porcini Beef Ragu * Braised Star Anise Short Ribs * Pan-Seared Lamb Chops with Shallots and Mushrooms * Duck Fat-Seared Scallops Whether you're making a convenient weeknight dinner or a party entree that's sure to impress, stressful mealtimes will become a thing of the past.
More than 75 satisfying recipes to warm body and soul as you snuggle up against the cold by the fireside. Winter is the perfect time to stay indoors and prepare comforting home-cooked meals. Lizzie Kamenetzky takes her inspiration from snow-covered mountains, ski towns and cosy winter cabins, to bring you recipes that are perfect for snuggling up against the cold in front of a crackling log fire. Enjoy these delicious recipes from dawn till dusk. Start your day with coffee and a sugar-dusted breakfast bake, still warm from the oven. Rustle up a hearty winter salad or serve a bowl of steaming soup for lunch, as you look forward to a satisfying plate of dumplings, or a rich casserole come the evening. Create creamy gratins, tasty supper skillets, slow-cooked meats and deep-filled pies, or entertain your friends with a traditional cheese fondue. Finish your indulgent meal with a rustic fruit tart, or a baked souffle spiked with a little warming winter spirit. Whatever your craving, you will find the perfect recipe to satisfy it here, as winter food has never been so comforting or delicious.
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