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A beautiful and timeless new edition of the ultimate festive food book, from the most loved and respected British cookery writer of the 20th century. Treat yourself and make this Christmas the tastiest yet! Elizabeth David's Christmas is a celebration of every traditional recipe and favourite indulgence that we savour during the festive season. Containing over 150 classic recipes, together with a selection of wonderful articles, notes and observations from the Elizabeth David archive, this timeless book will inspire an elegant and memorable Christmas while taking the strain out of cooking for a crowd. All the classics are here: mince pies, stuffings, sauces and, of course, the perfect turkey, as well as simple first courses, party dishes and a range of desserts that make Elizabeth David's Christmas irresistible seasonal fare and a unique festive resource to treasure, hand down and return to year after year.
A cornerstone in the brand's renowned triple-tested recipe collections, this entirely new, photo-packed edition embraces today's food and dietary trends and continues to be the most trusted kitchen companion for novice and expert home cooks alike. Welcome the newest edition of Good Housekeeping's spectacular cookbook! Featuring 1,200 recipes and hundreds of stunning photos, this indispensable volume fulfills the magazine's mission of making cooking a delight--and success--for every home cook, at every level, every single time. Whether you're rushing to get family dinner on the table on a busy weekday, preparing a leisurely meal on the weekend, or putting together something special for a party or holiday, you'll find just the right dish to fit the occasion--including plenty of delicious gluten-free, vegetarian, and vegan fare, as well as one-pot meals, and grilled options. Enjoy Strawberry Cheesecake Flapjacks or a Spanish Potato Omelet for brunch. Warm up a cold day with Tomato Soup with Cupid Croutons, Clam Chowder, or Caldo Verde. Dig into Quick Quesadillas (with Perfect Guacamole, of course), Ropa Vieja, Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding, Herbed Skillet Chicken, Wiener Schitzel, Easy Shrimp and Grits, Easiest-Ever Spinach Lasagna, or Penne with Vodka Sauce. And don't forget the drinks--including a Strawberry Iced Tea or a Berry Bellini--and a dessert to top it off, including a Sticky Toffee Bundt Cake and Classic Apple Pie. As always, you get proven tips from the Good Housekeeping Test Kitchen on everything from choosing the perfect pots and pans to serving suggestions and ingredient spotlights!
One hundred crave-worthy recipes--for Gilmore Girls fans who can't get enough! In the first Eat Like a Gilmore book, fans of the Gilmore Girls were treated to 100 recipes for the decadent, delicious, and comforting foods that fueled the science-defying metabolisms of Lorelai and Rory Gilmore. But that was only a tease. Now fans can make all those other foods that they crave every time they watch an episode: things like pizza, Chinese food, pop tarts, and pies! Here are more favorites from Luke's diner menu, Sookie's eclectic inn fare, and Emily's fancy Friday Night Dinners . . . plus Korean "health" foods, soda shop favorites, foods for wallowing, and hangover survival food. Here's a taste of what's inside: Luke's Cherry Danish Mrs. Kim's Eggless Egg Salad from the Dance Marathon Taylor's Butter Brickle Crunch Ice Cream Tacos, burritos, tacquitos, and quesadillas Jackson's Raspberry Peach Jam The Fiesta Burger from Al's Pancake World A whole chapter of just pie And so much more! With beautiful photos, helpful kitchen tips, and fun tidbits about the show, Eat Like a Gilmore: Daily Cravings is a must-have for any Gilmore Girls fan. Easy-to-follow recipes make it possible to cook and eat your way through Stars Hollow--and satisfy your own cravings!
This new essential guide to entertaining is divided by occasion, offering a fresh lineup of menus and ideas from Oxford, Mississippi's go-to caterer for every celebratory scenario life serves up. In this update to the best-selling book of our mothers' and grandmothers' era, Elizabeth's tell-it-like-it-is voice provides a twist to the classic Southern advice that is a refresher for entertainers of any age or experience. Packed with delicious recipes from the original book like Smoked Salmon Canapes, Hot Cheese Squares, and Brandy Alexanders, the book also includes popular picks from the current pages of Southern Living as well as Elizabeth's treasured recipe box. The Southern Living Party Cookbook is an entertaining handbook loaded with lifestyle tips and hilarious Heiskell stories, along with lush photography to help you get the look from table setting to plated dish.
Once again in this title our team here at the test kitchen selected the recipes on the strength of what our families really enjoyed eating and what we have time to prepare after a day at work over the weekend. Rest assured that every one of the recipes were tested and have tasted by South Africans who enjoy eating well.
Our wonderful, sunny climate lends itself to cooking and eating outdoors virtually all year around. Every South African considers themselves a braai expert and secret recipes are often closely guarded. In this title the author share her best tricks of the trade with you. Enjoy the robust flavours of succulent seafood, poultry and meat cooked to perfection over coals. Become an expert with our sauces and seasonings to shorten preparation time. Learn all about the latest cooking techniques and how to use innovative equipment and methods. The title will provide you with inspiration, practical, easy to follow recipes and many happy hours around the fire with friends.
Become a better cook with Rosemary Rosemary Shrager has a passion for sharing what she loves: delicious food anyone can learn to make and enjoy. With decades of experience as a chef and cookery teacher, Rosemary knows how to make even the most nervous of cooks feel confident in the kitchen. Starting with classic principles and skills, Rosemary will show you how to develop as a cook recipe-by-recipe, so each new skill is learned through practical experience. Learn how to poach a perfect egg, make the creamiest bechamel sauce, knead a light and fluffy white loaf, bake a warming chicken and potato pie from scratch. With Rosemary's guidance and delicious dishes along the way, this is the most enjoyable way to learn to cook. With over 140 recipes, and gorgeous photography and illustrations throughout, this book is an essential for anyone who wishes they could have Rosemary by their side in the kitchen.
Beautiful gift presentation pack of two bestselling books - Maw Broon's But an Ben Cookbook, and Maw Broon's Cooking with Bairns. Both books give great introductions to cooking, whether you are an adult or having fun baking and cooking in the kitchen with children.
Many of our favourite movies come with a side of iconic food moments: the comforting frothy butterbeer from Harry Potter, the sumptuous apple strudel from Inglorious Basterds, the delectable deli fare from When Harry Met Sally, or Remy the rat-chef's signature ratatouille in Ratatouille. In this cookbook, author Andrew Rea (of the hit YouTube channel `Binging with Babish') recreates these iconic food scenes and many more. With recipes from more than 40 classic and cult films, Eat What You Watch is the perfect gift for both movie buffs and cooks who want to add some cinematic flair to their cooking repertoire.
Discover the joy of cooking with your loved ones using 100 recipes inspired by your favourite Disney characters.
Make spaghetti with Lady and the Tramp, sweet snowballs with Olaf and Elsa and Hawaiian pizza with Lilo and Stitch.
Each recipe uses only 2-5 ingredients and has simple instructions so that you can whip up a delightful dish with ease.
With healthy dishes for children, adults, or the whole family, you'll be cooking up a storm in no time!
Tying down this iconic food market in one volume would be to disregard its nature. The Market Day Journal started out as an idea for a book, but Russel Wasserfall soon realised that any attempt to tie down the iconic food market at the Biscuit Mill in Cape Town in one volume would be to disregard its nature. With designer Roxy Spears, he conceptualised a series of journals which, like the market itself, are living things which have the capacity to change constantly, with each successive iteration. This is the first of a series of four journals that look at the seasons and tides of the market over the course of two years. By the time you read this, things will have moved on. Steve Jeffrey will have a new sausage on offer, the price of a Dasdog Mandog will have changed, but that doesn't matter. Each story is a glimpse of what we found at the Neighbourgoods Market on the days we were there.
Slow cooker food reimagined. Finally, the fuss-free cooking you need meets the mouthwatering food you want. With 130 slow cooker recipes, each packed with bold flavors and wholesome ingredients, this life-changing cookbook will help you create delicious, no-hassle meals. With recipes such as Honey-Lime Pork Nachos, Coconut-Chickpea Curry, Shrimp Noodle Bowls, Moroccan-Spiced Chicken Stew, and even chapters for sides and meatless mains, including 40+ gluten-free dishes and 90+ recipes with hands-on time of 20 minutes or less, here's something here for everyone.
Christopher Kimball's Milk Street airs to 1.5 million viewers weekly on public television stations across America, and this book is the complete, up-to-date compendium of recipes for the show's fans. This cookbook containing more than 200 recipes, 75 of which are brand new, that show you how to cook the Milk Street way: with bolder flavors, healthier ingredients, and simpler techniques. And because they're from Christopher Kimball, one of Epicurious' "100 Greatest Home Cooks of All Time," you can trust them to just work. At Milk Street, there are no long lists of hard-to-find ingredients, strange cookware, or all-day methods. Skillet-charred Brussels sprouts, Japanese fried chicken, rum-soaked chocolate cake, Thai-style coleslaw, and Mexican chicken soup all deliver big flavors and textures without your having to learn a new culinary language. Every recipe is paired with a photograph and insights into why the dish works. With chapters arranged by type of dish: from grains and salads, to a new way to scramble eggs, to simple dinners and twenty-first-century desserts, this new edition promises to elevate the quality of your cooking far beyond anything you thought possible.
Following publication of Introduction to Japanese Cuisine, as well as a volume on Flavour and Seasoning, the Japanese Culinary Academy is pleased to present the third book in the Complete Japanese Cuisine series: Mukoita Cutting Techniques (Fish) - Japanese Language Edition. This book covers all the fundamentals of the subject, providing information that's necessary to understanding the cuisine and its cultural context. It features an introduction to Japanese cutting techniques including its importance to preparing and serving sashimi, its history, hygiene and regulations for using raw ingredients in Japan, and a discussion of Japanese knives.
This title "Summer Food" celebrates South Africa' favourite season. We all love the hot weather and eating outside. We enjoy sharing warm hospitality while grilling, braaing and spoiling family and friends with delicious treats. Summer Food includes a selection of all new recipes from our website and features the most popular braais, weekday winners, special occasion treats, healthy salads and desserts for summer eating.
A fun, funky, relevant recipe book for twenty- and thirty-somethings who love life, love food, love their friends, and love to squeeze the last drop from their time and money. It is a collection of simple, down-to-earth and healthy, no-mess-no-fuss recipes that almost anyone can cook.
A companion of convenience, the blog-themed writing style ensures that the writer/reader relationship is established right off the bat. Bitten is a quirky cross between a food memoir and a cookbook with un-intimidating recipes. Besides delicious dishes, Bitten features handy hints for the novice and reluctant cook, cooking and baking tips, and kitchen and baking starter kits. Also included is a useful Meals for a Month guide that takes the guesswork out of the eternal question 'What should I cook tonight?'
Each dish in this nifty guide is complemented with a wine suggestion to help round off the perfect meal.
Ultimate Braai Master and MasterChef South Africa judge, veteran food columnist and one of South Africa’s most recognisable celebrity chefs, Pete has done his time in some of the best restaurants in the country. An invaluable gastronomic guru for South African foodies. A Life Digested charts a path through Pete’s culinary experiences, from his early amorous endeavours to his take on tricky customers, picky eaters and the top restaurants he has worked in, dined at and run over the years.
Each chapter is driven by stories he’s written over the past 10 years and which revolve around what he finds most important as a cook. From how travelling influences your repertoire and teaching men to reclaim their skills in the kitchen to learning from masters (both lauded and unsung) or simply cooking over open coals – each chapter gives you a taste of Pete’s life, his opinions (of which there are plenty) and his dishes.
(Originally released in 2014)
An obsession with food. A nostalgia for the taste of childhood. Living in a fractured and constantly shifting city. These are the strands that Andrea Burgener weaves together to create an irresistibly quirky collection of recipes in Lampedusa Pie.
Andrea describes herself as a magpie cook attracted to an eclectic combination of tastes that evoke her world. She reinvents breakfast expectations with creme brulee and pumpkin fritters but also reveals the secret to the perfect hollandaise sauce. Discover the recipes that elicit a sigh of comfort from Andrea - roast chicken with bread sauce or a Sri Lankan potato and mustard curry. Delight in the playfulness of making your own butter. Celebrate the exuberance of a party with a bright crimson soup or the seventies nostalgia of strawberry friandise and devils on horseback. Stretch yourself to explore an Ethiopian-inspired steak tartare, an Ivorian fish or the famous Lampedusa pie.
Drawing on recipes from her restaurants Superbonbon, Deluxe and The Leopard as well as the inspiration of other local and international food experiences, Andrea will take you on a journey of discovery in your own kitchen.
Combining his years of culinary globetrotting and passion for British produce, Jack celebrates his favourite dishes from around the world.
"In the past 20 years there have been huge movements in the way we British think about produce. As someone is involved in that conversation I have seen it change and now, more than ever, the produce that is available to the keen home cook has increased in variety and quality immensely. What this means is that the home cook is now faced with the fantastic situation of being able to source the produce needed to make great food all year round. It is important that this movement progresses, and that if we choose to source our meat, fish and other major ingredients from Britain, why not have fun with world food concepts?"
In this beautiful new book, Jack Stein combines his culinary experience from working in restaurants around the world and his passion for British produce to create 100 dishes to enchant and entice home cooks. From dishes such as chilli crab (using the very finest Cornish crab) and Szechuan-style pigeon to hot and sour Sumatran soup and XO clams, the recipes featured are all easy to follow and simple to make, bringing the taste of exotic holidays to our own kitchen tables. Stunning photography complements these delightful recipes, ensuring this is a book you will cook from time and time again.
An edition of The Culture and Cuisine of the Cape Malays. Each chapter is structured around the many important feasts celebrated in the Cape Malay community, with the recipes of special dishes prepared for special celebrations. Nowhere on earth are there people who relish a feast so much as the Cape Malays; nowhere on this planet is there a community so fervent in thanks to the Almighty for the blessings of the table...says Dr MC D'arcy in the foreword to this fascinating and informative title. Over many centuries Cape Malay food has proved to be extremely popular amongst South Africans from all walks of life, and now, increasingly amongst the many tourists visiting our country. This title contains recipes for all the firm favourites as well as less known, but equally delectable, dishes traditionally gracing the Cape Malay table. This new edition contains an extended recipe selection, including traditional food from other groups of our multicultural community that have become part and parcel of the Cape Malay tradition. There are more serving suggestions outside of the cultural context, and the stunning food photographs focus on plated, beautifully presented food rather than the opulence which is so customary at traditional Cape Malay celebrations. With this approach Cass hopes to take dishes which have been passed down from generation to generation for well over 300 years out of the family kitchens and on to the menus of the restaurants of South Africa so that everyone visiting our shores will be able to savour the flavours of the unique Cape Malay cuisine.
Japanese-style pub "Nobu" is open for business in an odd, foreign world, and the ever-welcoming Shinobu and Chief are happy to serve up unusually tasty bar food to an array of strange customers. A little thief, an obnoxious messenger, and a pair of squabbling craftsmen are all ready to chow down! Kisu tempura, sashimi, omusoba, and shuto and more are on the menu... The delicious aromas of food and drink bring everyone together in this gourmet tale of humanity!
For over 25 years, millions of families have trusted Annabel Karmel's expertise in feeding. Now, Annabel's Baby-Led Weaning Recipe Book has been designed for parents wanting to explore self-feeding. Championing a flexible approach to feeding, this book makes for the ideal stand-alone guide for those wanting to explore baby-led weaning (BLW) exclusively. Or for those wanting to introduce BLW alongside spoon-feeding purees, it can be used as a companion cookbook to Annabel's New Complete Baby & Toddler Meal Planner which is filled with her famous puree recipes. This delicious, nutritious collection of 120 family friendly recipes is paired with useful advice and essential tips to equip parents with the power to choose what's best for their baby. Whilst purees provide an obvious bridge between liquid and solid foods, self-feeding offers a prime opportunity for babies to discover their natural abilities to explore a wide variety of tastes and textures, encouraging independence and good eating habits. Many families find that incorporating a mix of both works best for their baby. Whether you are choosing exclusive BLW or combining with spoon-feeding, Annabel's Baby-Led Weaning Recipe Book is the ultimate companion for exploring self-feeding safely. "Annabel's baby-led weaning recipes are a great addition to her failsafe purees. Combining the two methods helps ensure optimum nutrition while helping your baby to develop those important motor skills and enjoy social family mealtimes." Sarah Almond Bushell, Registered Dietitian and Consultant Nutritionist
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