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Following publication of Introduction to Japanese Cuisine, as well as volumes on Flavour and Seasoning and fish-cutting techniques (Mukoita I), the Japanese Culinary Academy is pleased to present the fourth book in the Complete Japanese Cuisine series: Mukoita Cutting Techniques (Fish). This book covers all the fundamentals of the subject, providing information that's necessary to understanding the cuisine and its cultural context. It covers filleting, with sections on how to fillet many different kinds of small and long fish as well as shellfish: horse mackerel, sardines, eel, tiger prawns, lobster, crabs, clams and octopus, and more.
These days being a parent is both wonderful and demanding at the same time. Feeding children healthy food is easier said than done as the pace of modern life takes over. With this book as your guide you will discover recipes that are quick and easy, can be made in advance and are full of goodness from inexpensive, wholesome fresh ingredients. Start healthy eating habits with ideas for first foods for babies, or change them for the better with healthy snacks for children. Recipes include food for the whole family to enjoy together, as well as snack options that can be used to create two weeks worth of snacks in only 90 minutes. With tips for meal plans and ways to include more vegetables in your diet, this go-to book will mean you can ensure your family eats healthy for life.
Most of us start planning what we will do for Christmas months in advance of the event. In fact, nothing short of gorgeous will do. And here are over 100 recipes to ensure that it is just that. In keeping with the other titles in the series, they are simple and, most importantly, they work - the last thing we need is to feel flustered or let down. The book spans the days in the run-up, the magic of Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day. There is a chapter on things to make and give, easy hand-me-rounds to have with drinks, recipes for big, warming pies, luxurious treats and after-dinner choices, as well as lots of ideas for Christmas dinner itself. With chapters on Christmas puddings and baking, trifles and jellies, and with plenty of White Christmas magic thrown in, Annie Bell's fail-safe recipes ensure your Christmas is as gorgeous as anticipated.
Vegetables have moved from the side dish to the main plate, grains celebrated with colour and flair. It’s a revolution that is bold, inspiring and ever-expanding.
Yotam Ottolenghi's Plenty changed the way people cook and eat. Its focus on vegetable dishes, with the emphasis on flavour, original spicing and freshness of ingredients, caused a revolution not just in this country, but the world over.
Plenty More picks up where Plenty left off, with 150 more dazzling vegetable-based dishes, this time organised by cooking method. Grilled, baked, simmered, cracked, braised or raw, the range of recipe ideas is stunning. With recipes including Alphonso mango and curried chickpea salad, Membrillo and stilton quiche, Buttermilk-crusted okra, Lentils, radicchio and walnuts with manuka honey, Seaweed, ginger and carrot salad, and even desserts such as Baked rhubarb with sweet labneh and Quince poached in pomegranate juice, this is the cookbook that everyone has been waiting for.
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)
Lisa focuses on food she loves to cook for her family and friends, with an original collection of over 120 recipes based around different occasions - Sunday Morning, Rainy Days, Something Special, when the Sun is Shining, when she has No Time and a House Full of Kids. There is something here to suit every occasion, with recipes ranging from the delicate Crab Ravioli and Chive Beurre Blanc, the sublime Venison, Celeriac and Apple Puree, Red Wine and Chocolate Sauce to Crispy Cornflake Chicken and Homemade Fish Fingers, perfect fare for hungry kids. Every recipe has Lisa's personal introduction, giving an insight into her life. This book will be an inspiration and friend for all cooks.
Meals for Beginners will help you cook easy recipes without breaking the bank. Three sections, Shopping on a Budget, Cooking on a Budget and Recipes on a Budget, are aimed at those who are new to cooking or do not feel confident in the kitchen. With loads of advice and information about how to keep your food bills down and economical ways to use food - in addition to basics such as cleanliness, equipment, techniques, storecupboard essentials, freezing and leftovers - you will be eating well and cheaply in no time.
127 dinners that take 30 minutes or less to prepare.
Yummy: This cookbook is packed with modern classics you'll love cooking for your friends and family. And that they'll love eating.
Easy: All the recipes rely on everyday ingredients; staples that you already have in your fridge, freezer or pantry.
Quick: All dishes can be prepared in 30 minutes or less.
Hunker down on the sofa for your next box-set binge with a themed bite to eat, or a drink to sip - from snacks and burgers to sticky cakes and strong cocktails, a fun foodie treat is within easy reach! Next time you plan a night in with Netflix why not up the ante by preparing themed food and drinks to keep your energy levels steady and make your viewing experience the best it can be. Choose from the Fantasy chapter and enjoy a slice of Sookie's Grandma's Pecan Pie while squirming at True Blood; or pick a box set and recipe from Crime and chow down on some Los Pollos Hermanos-style fried chicken with Breaking Bad; Medical ideas include some deep-pan pizza with Chicago-based ER, or if a good Legal drama is your thing join lawyer Alicia Florrick in a few shots of well-earned Tequila; Political drama gets a look in too - White House fixer Olivia Pope lives on popcorn and (really) good red wine in the sensational Scandal, or simply get the Girls round for Bundt cake to lighten the mood and forge friendships... Whatever your TV addiction, there is a snack here to enjoy while you stream the hours away.
Following the success of Real Food and Appetite, this is the tenth book from Nigel Slater, the award-winning food writer and author of the bestselling autobiography, Toast. The food in The Kitchen Diaries is simply what I eat at home. The stuff I make for myself, for friends and family, for visitors and for parties, for Sunday lunch and for snacks. These are meals I make when I stop work, or when I am having mates over or when I want to surprise, seduce or show off. This is what I cook when I'm feeling energetic, lazy, hungry or late. It is what I eat when I'm not phoning out for pizza or going for a curry. This is the food that makes up my life, both the Monday to Friday stuff and that for weekends and special occasions. Much of it is what you might call fast food, because I still believe that life is too short to spend all day at the stove, but some of it is unapologetically long, slow cooking. But without exception every single recipe in this book is a doddle to cook. A walk in the park. A piece of p . Fast food, slow food, big eats, little eats, quick pasta suppers, family roasts and even Christmas lunch. It is simply my stuff, what I cook and eat, every day.
Get more from your oven - and update your roasting techniques - with this classic and contemporary collection of delicious recipes.Alongside the classic roasted meats - beef pot roast, lamb shanks, pork ribs and the most delicious roast turkey - you'll also find more adventurous recipes including roasted duck with orange and cherries, slow-roasted rabbit, roasted quail with baked figs, and spiced poussin with herbed yogurt. With step-by-step carving instructions, a section of roasted vegetarian mains, as well as baked desserts, this is the ultimate roasting book to add to your collection.
'The new Nigella' - The Times 'My aim is maximum flavour for minimum effort, without breaking the bank' - Izy Hossack For those cooking for themselves for the first time, or for anyone who wants the weekly budget to go a bit further without sacrificing flavour, cooking sensation Izy Hossack has all the answers. With features that include menu plans, clever alternatives to meat and giving last-night's leftovers a makeover, The Savvy Cook is full of more than 160 nourishing and totally delicious vegetarian recipes that will be kind to your body, wallet and free-time. It's not about health fads, 'antioxidants' or obscure ingredients. Just honest, nourishing and delicious cooking that will make you glow inside and out! Recipes include Berry Oat Smoothie Boxes, Ricotta Gnocchi with Pesto & Courgettes, Lazy Potato Hash and Lemon Blueberry Drizzle Cake. Each recipe also contains a key, making it easy to spot the vegan, dairy- and gluten-free options. From healthy breakfasts to warming suppers, delicious sweet treats to snacks for sharing, Izy shares her favourite recipes that will make cooking easy for the new cook operating on a tight budget and busy schedule.
With food culture in the midst of a do-it-yourself renaissance, urbanites everywhere are relishing craft beers, foraged ingredients, sustainable seafoods, ethically raised meats and homemade condiments and charcuterie. Inspired by the delicious creativity of local artisans, chefs, brewmasters and mixologists, Michelle Nelson began urban homesteading in her downtown apartment. Armed with a passion for food and farming, and a PhD in conservation biology and sustainable agriculture, she shares her hard-won knowledge and recipes with readers interested in collecting, growing and preserving sustainable food-even when living in an apartment or condo. In The Urban Homesteading Cookbook, Nelson explores the worlds of foraging wild urban edibles, eating invasive species, keeping micro-livestock, bees and crickets, growing perennial vegetables in pots, small-space aquaponics, preserving meats and produce, making cheese and slow-fermenting sourdough, beer, vinegar, kombucha, kefir and pickles. Nelson fervently believes that by taking more control of our own food we will become better empowered to understand our relationships with the environment, and embrace sustainable lifestyles and communities. With 70 fabulous recipes, including sesame panko-crusted invasive bullfrog legs, seaweed kimchi, rabbit pate with wild chanterelles, roasted Japanese knotweed panna cotta and dark and stormy chocolate cupcakes with cricket flour- this exciting new book is sure to inspire readers to embark on their own urban homesteading adventures. Generously illustrated with gorgeous colour photography and complete with useful how-to chapters, The Urban Homesteading Cookbook is an invaluable guide for all those seeking ethical and sustainable urban food sources and strategies.
2016 IACP Cookbook Award winner in Children, Youth & Family category "An intuitive cook, a passionate cook, a knowledgeable cook...JeanMarie and I have been in cooking sync for more than two decades." -Rick Bayless JeanMarie Brownson has long been a beloved chef and food writer, from her professional partnership with the iconic Rick Bayless (Frontera Grill, Topolobampo, Xoco) to her time as the test kitchen director and associate food editor for the Chicago Tribune. Since 2007, Brownson has chronicled her life of cooking in a series of columns, the best of which have been hand-picked to form her newest cookbook, Dinner at Home. This book features inventive and easy-to-make recipe ideas, along with gorgeous full-color photography. Organized by course, Dinner at Home also devotes chapters to holiday dinners, party snacks, rubs and sauces, and "breakfast for dinner." Readers will enjoy the seasonal menus for special occasions such as Anniversary Dinner, Ultimate Father's Day, and Sunday Brunch, as well as themed meals like Manhattan Cocktail Party, Saturday Night Beer Tasting, and Wish We Were in Ireland Supper. This book is a must-have for home cooks who love the time spent gathered around the table with friends, family, and delicious meals.
Satisfy your whole family with nourishing meals they'll love. In this revised and expanded version of the top-selling Clean Eating for Busy Families, you'll find even more recipes and photos, streamlined weekly grocery lists, and practical tips for healthy family eating. All parents know what a struggle mealtimes can be-you want to prepare healthy dishes for your family, but picky eaters, busy schedules, and way-too-long cooking times and ingredient lists always seem to stand in your way. Clean Eating for Busy Families takes the challenge out of putting delicious food on the family table on a nightly basis by providing you with a clear plan for dinner success. How does this book work? It's Quick: From easy sautes and casseroles, to slow cooker and one-pan meals, all the recipes you'll find inside list both mode and length of cooking time, so there's no time wasted trying to calculate the timing for your schedule. Plus, most recipes can be prepared in 30 minutes or less! It's Clean: The ever-growing "clean food" movement, which focuses on a healthy, whole foods-based approach to eating, lies at the foundation of this book, so you can be sure you're feeding your family the very best. From wholesome ingredient lists to nutritional analysis on every recipe, you can feel confident that every meal you prepare is both nutrient-rich and calorie-conscious. Options for plant-based, gluten-free, and dairy-free alternatives are also listed wherever possible. It's Green: Featuring eco-friendly tips, along with information on how to go green while shopping and cooking, you'll find it a cinch to keep your family happy and stay eco-conscious. And most importantly...it's delicious! From Orange Peel Chicken & Broccoli Stir-fry with Brown Rice to Baja Fish Tacos with Pico de Gallo and Summer Berry Slump with Vanilla Greek Yogurt, you'll enjoy night after night of delicious home cooking-without any of the hassle. Get started creating new and exciting dishes for your family today!
This title helps you make the most of fresh ingredients through the year with delicious dishes shown in 190 photographs. It features more than 175 imaginative and inspiring recipes using seasonal ingredients. You can prepare delicious, fresh-tasting food season-by-season for good taste and better nutrition. It offers step-by-step, clearly explained instructions help you to produce great results every time. There are traditional and modern recipes for every season and every occasion, from soups, snacks and salads to vegetable, fish and shellfish dishes, main meals, desserts and drinks. It includes quick family suppers and ideas for entertaining. Each recipe has a complete nutritional analysis and a photograph of the finished dish. Choosing foods that are in season makes good sense economically and nutritionally. This collection of recipes makes the most of available ingredients in spring, summer, autumn and winter. The volume features ideas for every occasion and includes soups, snacks, salads, vegetable dishes, fish and shellfish dishes, meat, dessert and drinks. You can follow the recipes year-round: for a light lunch in spring, try Globe Artichoke Salad and Cheese and Asparagus Flan; or for a summer picnic, Baked Tomatoes with Mint. In autumn, why not cook Curried Pumpkin and Leek Soup; in winter, Winter Coleslaw and Chicken with Winter Vegetables would make a splendid lunch or supper. With more than 190 photographs showing the finished dishes, and clearly explained recipes, this book will be an essential resource through the year.
From the humble sandwich to creative party food, in this collection of recipes Mark Northeast, Founder of Funky Lunch, provides inspiring ideas for even the most fussy of eaters, some savoury and some sweet, but all perfect for hungry little girls and boys. Every parent knows how stressful meal times can be, young minds need inspiring and this is exactly what Fun Food sets out to do.
The book features many of the very best sandwich ideas, from simple farmyard creatures and cucumber crocodiles to favourite characters from the world of children's TV, as well as some fun and creative ideas to help get the little ones involved in choosing and making their own lunch.
Within these pages you'll find special creations guaranteed to set the right tone for any party and fill the tummies of all tiny party-goers. These are perfect recipes for parents who want to create memorable party food for their children, with ideas that are ideal for birthdays or themed parties and which also cover ideas for smaller crowds, whether it's an impromptu supper or a sleepover. From adorable jacket potato people to garden worm 'bangers and mash', and from scotch egg owls to ghoulish meringues, Fun Food is filled with achievable ideas for parents to encourage their children to eat, experiment and enjoy food.
In Simply Good Food, renowned Australian chef Neil Perry presents a collection of the simple, produce-driven recipes he likes to cook for friends and family. The featured dishes are influenced by many different cuisines, but they are all an expression of Neil Perry's belief in cooking with top-quality, sustainably produced, seasonal ingredients. The recipes illustrate just how easy and enjoyable it is to cook fresh, healthy food at home. In this evocatively photographed and elegantly styled book you will find a dish for any kind of gathering, from an intimate family meal to a dinner party. Many of the recipes can be prepared either as individual dishes or enjoyed as part of a shared table, and Neil Perry has grouped together Mexican, Asian-inspired and Mediterranean banquet suggestions. With 105 recipes encompassing everything from a small but perfectly formed selection of cocktail recipes through to Chicken with pancetta, Thai-style squid salad and Raspberry and champagne jelly with spiced berry compote, Simply Good Food has your kitchen table covered.
Healthy food that children will actually eat? Most parents would go to the moon and back for the secret....
In this game-changing book, designed for busy parents, top child nutrition expert Lucinda Miller shows you how to cook nutritious food that your children will love. With fabulous photographs and mouth-watering recipes, The Good Stuff will help you wean your children off ready-made convenience foods and have you positively looking forward to healthy family meals.
From Five Veg Shepherd's Pie to Brain-Boost Pancakes, there are recipes to suit all ages, including lots of simple lunchbox and snack ideas, plus menu planners and clever swaps for the main food allergens.
Follow Lucinda's approach, and help your children create a positive relationship with food that will have huge benefits. Watch them lose their sugar cravings, sleep better, build a stronger immune system and enjoy a new sense of focus, balance and calm.
The Good Stuff - it's a recipe for happiness!
With 400 delicious, healthy and economical dishes, ranging from soups, appetizers and vegetarian main dishes to meat, fish, desserts, breads and preserves, this is the perfect book for anyone on a tight budget who does not want to sacrifice flavour, nutritional values and the enjoyment and satisfaction of making good food for loved ones.
Joernaal vir ’n bedonnerde diva is vir alle divas wat weet dis nie maklik om te leef nie, wat verstaan dat die lewe soms ’n triomf en soms onhoudbaar is, wat weet dat geluk en leed soms ewe veel kos, en veral weet dat praat bloot asem is wat in die atmosfeer verdwyn. Die ding wat ’n diva help om koers te hou, is skryf. Dit dwing haar om gedagtes te orden, te verwoord en uit haar lyf te kry.
Hierdie joernaal is ’n uitvloeisel van Oorlewingsgids vir ? bedonnerde diva en jou geleentheid om deel te wees van die diva se reis, en veral om die diva in jou te herontdek.
'A joy to behold' Yotam Ottolenghi Learn how to cook the Swedish way with this beautiful book of over 100 delicious recipes. From spring picnics on the archipelago and barbecues at the summer cabin, to cosy autumnal suppers and dark snowy winters filled with candlelight, gingerbread and gloegg. Complete with stunning location and food photography, Rachel's new cookbook lets you in on what the Swedish like to call Lagom . . . the art of not too little, not too much but just the right amount. Learn how to cook beautiful, fuss-free food . . . With over 100 recipes, Rachel explores Sweden's simple and balanced approach to cooking, celebrates their best-loved ingredients and reveals a must-try cuisine that is about far more than just meatballs, fika and cinnamon buns . . . _________________ Inside you'll discover recipes from the Swedish summer, perfect for yours, food for autumn, through to winter, taking you all the way to spring . . . * POACHED CHICKEN WITH QUICK PICKLED STRAWBERRY SALAD. Or replace the chicken with grilled halloumi cheese for a delicious vegetarian alternative. This is the ultimate barbeque salad. * PEAS, POTATOES AND CHICKEN IN A POT. The one dish delight: the summer comfort food that's perfect for midweek. * MIDSUMMER MERINGUE CROWNS. The Swedes have been wearing flower crowns long before the festivals, so why not make the edible kind for parties or puddings? * PLUM TOSCA CAKE. This Swedish favourite, named after Puccini's opera is filled with tart plums and sweet almonds. _________________ 'I am so ready to race home and devour these fun, effortless and beautiful recipes that just beg to be cooked' Melissa Hemsley 'The magic of Sweden's beautiful seasons comes alive . . . a real celebration of seasonal Swedish home cooking and tradition with Rachel's trademark inspirational twists!' Donal Skehan
Gourmet Guru Festive Cooking is a collection of 35 tempting recipes to satisfy family and friends during the festivities. This mini volume includes step-by-step instructions for creating sweet and savoury Asian favourites that will please all palates. From hearty main dishes to bite-sized treats, this book provides great ideas for celebratory feasts and nibbles. These include Chinese Chives Spring Rolls, Coconut Crabs, Chocolate Macaroons, Pineapple Tarts, Marble Pudding and Rainbow Tang Yuan in Fruit Cocktail.
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