Farmhouse Weekends is the cookbook for anyone who daydreams of country life. Prepare meals and experiences to enjoy in the companionship of family and friends. Each chapter provides recipes inspired by author Melissa Bahen’s weekend jaunts in the country. You’ll find brunch, dinner, and dessert recipes: 65 to entertain and enjoy good company.
Tom Fitzmorris is uniquely qualified to write about the food of New Orleans. Born in the Crescent City on Mardi Gras, he has been eating, celebrating, and writing about the city’s cuisine for more than 30 years. Now Fitzmorris is refreshing his bestselling cookbook New Orleans Food. The book features all of the favorite recipes, steeped in the town’s Creole and Cajun traditions, but is updated to include a 16-page color insert with gorgeous food photography and an updated introduction. From small plates (Shrimp Rémoulade with Two Sauces) to main courses (Redfish Herbsaint, Creole Lamb Shanks) to desserts and drinks (Bananas Foster, Beignets, and Café au Lait), these dishes are elegant and casual, traditional, and evolved.
Forever a girl obsessed with all things French, sweet freak Amy Thomas landed a gig as rich as the purest dark chocolate: leave Manhattan for Paris to write ad copy for Louis Vuitton. Working on the Champs-Élysées, strolling the charming streets, and exploring the best patisseries and boulangeries, Amy marveled at the magnificence of the City of Light.But does falling in love with one city mean turning your back on another? As much as Amy adored Paris, there was part of her that felt like a humble chocolate chip cookie in a sea of pristine macarons. Paris, My Sweet explores how the search for happiness can be as fleeting as a salted caramel souffle's rise, as intensely satisfying as molten chocolate cake, and about how the life you're meant to live doesn't always taste like the one you envisioned.Part love letter to Paris, part love letter to New York, and total devotion to all things sweet, Paris, My Sweet is a treasure map for anyone with a hunger for life.
A revelatory collection of mouthwatering recipes and fascinating anecdotes about the singular cuisine and storied history of Portugal. Revised and updated, this authoritative and fascinating cookbook traces the legacy of Portugal’s culinary excellence from medieval to modern times through a collection of recipes that are unforgettable, accessible, and completely authentic—all interwoven with a rich pageant of historical context. From simple and wholesome peasant fare to elaborate celebratory meals, ingredients include salt cod (bacalhau) in all its myriad variations, cumin and oranges redolent of the country’s voyaging past, and green coriander as the cuisine’s main flavoring herb. A vibrant Mediterranean cuisine alive with a vast global influence, poet and journalist Edite Vieira brings classic and modern Portuguese recipes to the modern dining experience.
Everything you need to know about home smoking, plus over 100 recipes and tips for making brines, marinades, cheeses, appetizers, soups, and entrées.
In Smoking Food, Chris Dubbs and Dave Heberle assure us that smoking is an art, not a science, and they fearlessly reveal that art's essentials—and how simple they can be. They explain how to choose the best fuels (you can use corncobs!), how to build smokers from old refrigerators and cardboard boxes, and, of course, how to smoke everything from turkeys to turtles.
Their advice is as ingenious and cost-conscious as any given by Alton Brown. Aware of the needs and wants of the modern cook, they include low-sodium preparations, alternatives to preservatives like sodium nitrite, and thoughts on safely handling meat. Recipes include:Slow-smoked salmonHot-smoked shrimpPastramiCountry-style baconWine-marinated rabbitFirecan turkeySummer sausageSmoked cheeseSmoked nutsJerkyChowdersStuffingVegetablesAnd more
With more than one hundred recipes and tips for making brines, marinades, cheeses, appetizers, soups, and main dishes, Smoking Food is an invaluable resource for the home smoker.
'This is Rayner at his rambunctious best: upfront, full-fat, and always deliciously written.' Nigella Lawson'A sophisticated palate and a fiery, comic tongue. Jay Rayner's food writing is brilliant.' Stanley TucciWhy are gravy stains on your shirt at the dinner table to be admired? Does bacon improve everything? And is gin really the devil's work?In this rollicking collection of his hilarious columns, the award-winning writer and Observer restaurant critic Jay Rayner answers these vital questions and many, many more. They are glorious dispatches, seasoned in equal measure with both enthusiasm and bile, from decades at the very frontline of eating.'Deliciousness served up in book form.' Philippa Perry'Wonderfully funny, foodie and perfectly short.' Tom Kerridge
The New York Times bestselling author and restaurant critic takes readers on a foodie tour of Santa Fe—complete with recipes from more than 50 restaurants. A city known for fine dining, Santa Fe boasts many wonderful restaurants, from famous gourmet establishments to delicious mom-and-pop diners. In Santa Fe Flavors, restaurant critic Anne Hillerman takes connoisseurs on a whirlwind tour through some of the city’s most delectable eateries. Along with recommendations on where to find truly memorable meals, Hillerman also provides diners the chance to re-create some of their favorite dishes with recipes contributed by restaurant chefs. Hillerman takes readers inside more than fifty restaurants, introducing both celebrated and undiscovered chefs. Featured restaurants include Bobcat Bites, El Farol, The Pink Adobe, Blue Heron at Sunrise Springs, Coyote Cafe, Geronimo, Trattoria Nostrani, and more.
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