Hippie Lane

The cookbook

Author: Taline Gabrielian

Publisher: Allen & Unwin

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 236

View: 458

Influenced by her cultural roots and with a creative gift for healthy recipe development, Taline Gabrielian is passionate about food, health and family. She uses whole, unprocessed ingredients to produce plant-based, vegan recipes that are packed with a powerhouse of goodness. Founder of Hippie Lane, which has a growing international following on social media, Taline is fast becoming a foodie rock star. Her first book features breakfasts the family will love, exciting and innovative lunches, nourishing snacks, power salads with gorgeous creamy dressings, beautiful bliss bowls, weekend meal inspiration, dinners for week nights and date nights and the most amazing sweet treats. Taline's food is delicious, easy to make and inventive; she takes nutritious eating to a whole new level of feel-good sophistication.

Thirty Thousand Bottles of Wine and a Pig Called Helga

A not-so-perfect tree change

Author: Todd Alexander

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN:

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 320

View: 617

Once I was the poster boy for corporate success, but now I’m crashing through the bush in a storm in search of a missing pig. How the hell did we end up here? Todd and Jeff have had enough of the city. Sick of the daily grind and workaday corporate shenanigans, they throw caution to the wind and buy 100 acres in the renowned Hunter Valley wine region, intent on living a golden bucolic life and building a fabulous B&B, where they can offer the joys of country life to heart-weary souls. Todd will cook, Jeff will renovate. They have a vineyard, they can make wine. They have space, they can grow their own food. They have everything they need to make their dreams come true. How hard can it be? ‘This joyously honest account will make you laugh till it hurts, and you’ll shed more than a few tears while being captivated by Todd, Jeff and their menagerie of loveable animals’ Bradley Trevor Greive AM, international bestselling author of The Blue Day Book and Penguin Bloom

The Austin Cookbook

Recipes and Stories from Deep in the Heart of Texas

Author: Paula Forbes

Publisher: Abrams

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 240

View: 806

The story of Austin food is equal parts deep Texan traditions and a booming food scene. It is this atmosphere that has fostered some of the hottest restaurants in the country, a lively food truck community, and a renaissance in the most Texan of foods: barbecue. Austin food is also tacos and Tex-Mex, old fashioned Southern cooking, and street food and fine dining, with influences from all over the globe. And above all, it’s a source of intense pride and inspiration for chefs and diners alike. Organized by Austin’s “major food groups”—like barbecue, tacos, and Tex-Mex—The Austin Cookbook explores the roots of Texas food traditions and the restaurants that are reinventing them, revealing the secrets to Bob Armstrong dip, Odd Duck’s sweet potato nachos, East Side King’s beet fries, and of course, smoked brisket that has people lining up to eat it—even in the Texas summer. Part cookbook, part souvenir, and 100 percent love letter, The Austin Cookbook is perfect for proud locals, visitors, and (t)ex-pats.

Making Slow Food Fast in California Cuisine

Author: Victor W. Geraci

Publisher: Springer

ISBN:

Category: Social Science

Page: 225

View: 689

This book follows the development of industrial agriculture in California and its influence on both regional and national eating habits. Early California politicians and entrepreneurs envisioned agriculture as a solution to the food needs of the expanding industrial nation. The state’s climate, geography, vast expanses of land, water, and immigrant workforce when coupled with university research and governmental assistance provided a model for agribusiness. In a short time, the San Francisco Bay Area became a hub for guaranteeing Americans access to a consistent quantity of quality foods. To this end, California agribusiness played a major role in national food policies and subsequently produced a bifurcated California Cuisine that sustained both Slow and Fast Food proponents. Problems arose as mid-twentieth century social activists battled the unresponsiveness of government agencies to corporate greed, food safety, and environmental sustainability. By utilizing multidisciplinary literature and oral histories the book illuminates a more balanced look at how a California Cuisine embraced Slow Food Made Fast.

Texas Eats

The New Lone Star Heritage Cookbook, with More Than 200 Recipes

Author: Robb Walsh

Publisher: Ten Speed Press

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 304

View: 261

Who says cooking is for homebodies? Veteran Texas food writer Robb Walsh served as a judge at a chuck wagon cook-off, worked as a deckhand on a shrimp boat, and went mayhaw-picking in the Big Thicket. As he drove the length and breadth of the state, Walsh sought out the best in barbecue, burgers, kolaches, and tacos; scoured museums, libraries, and public archives; and unearthed vintage photos, culinary stories, and nearly-forgotten dishes. Then he headed home to Houston to test the recipes he’d collected back in his own kitchen. The result is Texas Eats: The New Lone Star Heritage Cookbook, a colorful and deeply personal blend of history, anecdotes, and recipes from all over the Lone Star State. In Texas Eats, Walsh covers the standards, from chicken-fried steak to cheese enchiladas to barbecued brisket. He also makes stops in East Texas, for some good old-fashioned soul food; the Hill Country, for German- and Czech-influenced favorites; the Panhandle, for traditional cowboy cooking; and the Gulf Coast, for timeless seafood dishes and lost classics like pickled shrimp. Texas Eats even covers recent trends, like Viet-Texan fusion and Pakistani fajitas. And yes, there are recipes for those beloved-but-obscure gems: King Ranch casserole, parisa, and barbecued crabs. With more than 200 recipes and stunning food photography, Texas Eats brings the richness of Texas food history vibrantly to life and serves up a hearty helping of real Texas flavor.

Pregnant for 100 Years

From Conception to Contractions ... : Real Moms Tell All

Author: Jeanne Benedict

Publisher: Perigee Books

ISBN:

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 189

View: 804

Mothers share a hilarious collection of wit, wisdom, and observations as they reflect on their own experiences with pregnancy, from the choir director whose unborn child kicks her out of bed to the quick-thinking baker who drops a bottle of apple juice on the floor of the grocery store to hide the fact that her water had just broken. 50,000 first printing.