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One-Pot Wonders - James Barber's...
James Barber—who was Canada’s most famous television chef and author of more than fourteen bestselling cookbooks—wrote One-Pot Wonders for people who are wet and cold and want dinner in a hurry. Over the years, Barber whipped up meals while cruising on seiners, yachts and even a wee Davidson dinghy, so he knew first-hand the challenges of cooking on the ocean in a tiny—or non-existent—galley. One-Pot Wonders makes gourmet cuisine accessible to the average cook, featuring over one hundred simple recipes for delicious soups and salads, hearty breakfasts, delectable desserts and exquisite one-pot main dishes that can be served for lunch or dinner. Each dish is easy and quick to prepare, uses readily available ingredients and only a few essential kitchen tools. There are also tips on how to stock your galley and many suggestions for recipe substitutions and variations to address diminishing supplies—a common occurrence at the end of a long trip. From Fancy Oyster Stew to Banana Omelette to Chicken Biryani or Asian Almost Risotto, these recipes will buoy your spirits and keep you afloat! So come aboard: let James Barber’s passion for good food inspire you to enjoy a fine meal after a long day out on the water.Show book
How to leave your job and open a restaurant even if you're not sure how. Have you ever dreamed of quitting your job and starting a business of your own, cooking delicious food to make people smile? Anna Hedworth did. She opened Cook House: an award-winning restaurant housed in two shipping containers. Self-taught chef and proprietor Anna tells the story of how she plucked up the courage to realise her dream – from designing a restaurant, to menu planning, growing her own produce, foraging locally and cooking every day. Cook House is a book filled with more than 100 delicious recipes as well as a story to inspire the millions of others who dream of jumping ship. 'Anna is as impressive in her storytelling as with her food' JEREMY LEE. 'Inspiration on every page ... This book makes you want to down tools and get cooking' JULIE JONES. 'Anna's enthusiasm bursts from the pages ... Cook House made me laugh out loud and hungry. It's brilliant' JAMES WHETLOR.Show book
River Cottage Much More Veg -...
Hugh's River Cottage Veg Every Day! became the UK's best-selling vegetable cookbook, persuading us through sheer temptation to make vegetables the mainstay of our daily cooking. In this much-anticipated follow-up, Hugh delivers more irresistible recipes, and this time, takes things one step further. Fuelled by his passionate belief that plant foods should be the dominant force in our kitchens, Hugh has put cheese, butter, cream, eggs, and refined flour and sugar firmly to one side. Instead, he uses veg, fruit, wholegrains, nuts, seeds, spices and cold-pressed oils to explore the length and breadth of what can be achieved with natural, unprocessed plant foods. River Cottage Much More Veg! makes it clear that unadulterated ingredients are the very best building blocks for delicious and healthy meals. In typical Hugh style, the recipes are easy, utterly foolproof and delicious. All but a handful are gluten-free, and at least half the dishes require 20 minutes (or less) hands-on work time. With recipes such as Roast squash and chickpeas with spicy apricot sauce, Blackened cauliflower with pecans and tahini, Spiced beetroot, radicchio and orange traybake, Celeriac and seaweed miso broth, Seared summer cabbage with rosemary, chilli and capers, and Baked celery agrodolce, River Cottage Much More Veg! demonstrates how easy it is to make versatile, plentiful and delicious vegetables the bedrock of your diet.Show book
Masala - Indian Cooking for...
Wholesome recipes, bold flavours and easy cheats to create a true taste of India in a modern kitchen '20 Best New Cookbooks of 2018' Independent '3 Comfort Food Cookbooks For Autumn' Huffpost UK 'Her style of simple yet delicious Indian recipes will take you on a journey through this extravagant cuisine' Dr Rupy Aujla Food writer Mallika Basu grew up enjoying exotic flavours from across India in an unconventional, bustling home in Kolkata – and then spent years recreating them in a London kitchen. Now she shares those recipes, techniques and shortcuts so you too can cook wholesome, real Indian food simply. Embrace weekday dinners with lightly spiced fish curry, wok-friendly Goan chilli beef fry or silken kofta curry made with packs of ready-rolled meatballs. For leisurely weekends, tuck into a feast of Vindaloo pulled pork; give your Sunday roast a sumptuous twist with spicy marinades, or enjoy a whole roasted cauliflower encrusted with nut butter. And that's before you even think about swirling dosa and more for a full-on Indian brunch... Mallika's recipes respect the past and celebrate the present in an easy and informal way that will broaden your understanding of Indian cooking, and inspire you to return to these simple recipes time and time again.Show book
Effortless Clean Eating Cookbook...
This book is all about cutting down on carb that you might have injected in through processed foods, packaged snack, eating refined carbs, and alcohol consumption and so on. This very cookbook will be revealing some vital information you need to know about clean eating and how to go about it and you will also come across tasty and effortless recipes for the whole thing from main dish to snacks, from vegetable to soup after some weeks of clean eating you are going to observe some changes. This book will as well be dishing out the tips and benefit of clean eating.Show book
Indian Harvest - Classic and...
One of Vikas Khanna's favorite places in the world growing up was the garden he and his grandmother planted at their home in Amritsar, India. He would rush home from school to tend to the aromatic basil and cardamom, tomatoes, peas, and squash. His intimate knowledge of spices and produce would guide him on his journey to become the Michelin-starred chef at one of New York's most highly regarded Indian restaurants, Junoon. And this knowledge of nature's bounty and its seasons informs his inspiring and beautiful cookbook, in which vegetables are the star ingredients. Vegetables have always been integral to Indian cuisine, and Khanna's dishes expertly showcase their natural goodness, their flavor and color and hidden nuances. Khanna brings together traditional recipes, handed down over generations, alongside exciting new ones--for soups, salads, and starters; main courses; rice dishes and lentil dishes; breads; condiments; desserts; and drinks. Though the flavors are complex, the recipes are written to be simple and inviting, to encourage seasonal substitutions and experimentation. Vikas Khanna's love of food and culture, his enthusiasm and warm hospitality shines on every page. Bursting with 125 recipes and more than 200 color photographs from Michael Swamy and Khanna himself, Indian Harvest opens a new world of inspiration to vegetarians and omnivores alike.Show book