More than 200 recipes that are delicious and good for you too
Publisher: Hachette UK
A student cookbook with a difference, The Hungry Healthy Student offers a choice of more than 200 quick, cheap and easy recipes, meaning more money in your pocket and more time to play! All the recipes have a healthy focus which means increased brain power and more energy to enjoy student life to the full. There are also indispensable tips on healthy habits, mood boosters, free ways to get fit and takeaway alternatives. With chapters dedicated to Breakfast and Lunchbox; Healthy and Hearty; Good Grains, Beans and Pulses; Super Salads, Snacks and Sides; Make it Light and Sweet Alternatives, there are recipes whether you want food on the go, for impromptu parties, or just comfort food and delicious treats for a night in. All the recipes in this book are balanced for a healthy diet, and they each have an affordability stamp to help with budgeting, as well as detailed instructions to make them accessible to even the most novice cook. Forget the textbooks, this is the only book you'll ever need to get through your first year!
With all the essays and exams, not to mention the enormous pressure of having to go out partying four nights on the trot, staying healthy and well-fed has never been more important, and The Hungry Student Vegan Cookbook will make sure you get all the essential nutrients to get you through from freshers' week to graduation, all while following a vegan diet. Alongside the recipes are helpful hints and tips for getting the most out of a tiny student budget, creating gourmet feasts out of what you can find in your storecupboard, and advice on what kind of equipment you might need to take to uni (read: steal from the kitchen at home). Carry the flag for the vegan revolution all the way to your student halls, and once your new friends get a whiff of the amazing food you're cooking up, you're bound to find more people are willing to join the healthy-eating and cruelty-free vegan revolt. Because this book isn't just about cooking some truly delicious recipes; it's also about reducing your carbon footprint and your impact on the environment by cutting out animal products, and improving your health with a plant-based diet. And ok, yes, it is also about cooking totally yummy recipes and scoffing the lot (and with a clear conscience too!). Whether you're a committed vegan looking to branch out with some new recipe ideas, or you're just getting started on the road to veganism and want to learn the ropes of vegan cooking, this is the perfect book to add to your student bookshelf.
A student cookbook with a difference, The Hungry Student Vegetarian not only gives more than 200 quick and cheap meat-free recipes that are so tasty, even hardened carnivores will keep turning up for dinner. There are also indispensable tips on budgeting, lunchbox ideas, healthy eating and how to get creative with leftovers. With chapters dedicated to Bring on Brekky, Comfort Food, Roasted and Baked, Made in a Flash and All the Carbs, there are opportunities for impromptu parties, end of the month budget creations and comfort foods for one. All the recipes in this book are balanced for a healthy vegetarian diet, and they each have an affordability stamp to help with budgeting as well as detailed instructions to make them accessible to even the most novice cook. Forget the textbooks, this is the only book you'll ever need to get through your first year!
Hi, I'm hungry. And if you're reading this, you probably are too. ?Meet your new best friend in the kitchen: Melissa Santell. She's a marketer, journalist, food stylist, photographer and founder of FoodxFeels.com. She's also the first person you'd text to have a Negroni with, the friend who brings Pear + Rosemary cupcakes to your birthday party, and a spunky New Yorker at heart. ?Hi, I'm Hungry is Melissa's personally curated collection of life moments in the form of delicious and unique recipes. Each chapter is thoughtfully categorized by life's most anticipated occasions - so, when you have zero time to think about what to eat, Melissa's here to do it for you. Whether you're cooking to impress on date night, or are ravenously hungover after a happy-hour-gone-too-far (eh hem, Breakfast in Bread), this book has you covered. ?Melissa incorporates a dash of nostalgia with recipes like PB&J Meringues, and ensures your brunch party will be a hit with her Bloody Mary Deviled Eggs. She even gives you permission to eat cake any damn day of the year with an entire chapter she likes to call, Unbirthday Cakes. Grandma Connie's Cheesecake is not to be missed! Seriously, she insists.You'll learn everything from how to infuse notes of bergamot into sugar cookies to the secret to making kimchi fried rice better than the questionable take-out place down the street. With Melissa as your guide, you won't have to look far for your ideal dish... or a healthy dose of sarcasm. ?If you're ready to have fun in the kitchen, need some inspiration for a special (or any) occasion, or are just plain hungry, this book is for you. Let's eat!
Author of the beloved Mad Hungry: Feeding Men and Boys, Lucinda Scala Quinn is the country’s foremost evangelist for family meals every day of the week. And she knows that the only way to make them a reality is by building a repertoire of dishes that are quick and easy to prepare, and guaranteed to please. In Mad Hungry Family, Scala Quinn has collected all the no-fuss, big-flavor recipes that send her family stampeding to the kitchen table—from flat roast chicken to second-day spaghetti pancakes—and peppered them with tips, tricks, and solutions learned over a lifetime of cooking both professionally and for her family of five. Here are survival strategies for nothing-in-the-fridge crises, feeding unexpected guests, getting Thanksgiving dinner on the table before your family revolts, and more. Also included are primers on the ingredients and techniques you need—and permission to ignore those you don’t. With soulful, satisfying recipes and real talk about what it takes to make family meals a reality, Mad Hungry Family is the “you-can-do-this” handbook every home cook needs.
There’s no better way to prepare for the coming week than with a comforting meal, and here is trusted cookbook author Lucinda Scala Quinn with a collection of her best recipes for getting the family together on a Sunday night. Recipes for classic chicken dinners like Chicken Parmesan and Vinegar-Glossed Chicken, hearty beef stews, roasts, and appetizing sides like Maple-Thyme Roasted Carrots and Steamed Yet Crispy String Beans will make a satisfying dinner easier than ever. Everybody loves an excuse to gather around the table for a home-cooked meal, and these recipes will give you an excuse to do so more often.
Fresh, Healthy and Easy Recipes to Cook on Your Next Camping Trip
Author: Katy Holder
The 'Hungry Campers Cookbook' brings together the fun of family camping holidays with fresh, healthy, gourmet recipes. Author Katy Holder has taken her many years of food writing and cookbook styling experience to produce recipes that are accessible for anyone embarking on a camping trip. All recipes use fresh ingredients and require minimal cooking equipment - there are recipes for meals you can prepare at home beforehand, one-pot dishes to cook at the campsite, fish and barbecue meals, substantial salads, kids' cooking, breads and desserts. Katy also understands the requirements of cooking while camping and offers a wealth of advice on eating well while sleeping in your tent or under the stars.
What are you hungry for? The Hungry Love Cookbook: Classy Eating, Trashy Reading is a collection of romantic parody vignettes interwoven with luscious recipes that are easy to follow and require the least amount of work for the maximum flavor. The amorous escapades contained within will whet your appetite for more than just food. The Hungry Love Cookbook will supercharge your love life with irresistible, aphrodisiac-laden menus and infuse your cooking experience with romance, intrigue, and a giggle. Each of the thirty chapters includes a scintillating escapade along with three or four recipes that delight the story’s characters and a beautiful photographs of the recipes—and the characters relishing their meal. The Hungry Love Cookbook’s suggestive stories will inspire the reader to re-create the recipes and magic within. Its sexy approach will make cooking more fun than ever before. Even readers with the most basic culinary skills will be able to follow the simplified steps to creating impressive, succulent dishes. The ultimate handbook for both new cooks and those hoping to expand their culinary skills, The Hungry Love Cookbook is peppered with culinary words of wisdom and indispensable aphrodisiac secrets. No other cookbook will make readers this hungry. Skyhorse Publishing, along with our Good Books and Arcade imprints, is proud to publish a broad range of cookbooks, including books on juicing, grilling, baking, frying, home brewing and winemaking, slow cookers, and cast iron cooking. We’ve been successful with books on gluten-free cooking, vegetarian and vegan cooking, paleo, raw foods, and more. Our list includes French cooking, Swedish cooking, Austrian and German cooking, Cajun cooking, as well as books on jerky, canning and preserving, peanut butter, meatballs, oil and vinegar, bone broth, and more. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.
Fan-Favorite Recipes for Winning Dips, Nachos, Chili, Wings, and Drinks
Author: Lucinda Scala Quinn
Publisher: Artisan Books
Everybody loves game day, and some of us love game-day food even more. Here is the complete playbook for all the snacks, sides, and mains you’ll need to feed the hungry crowd in your home or even at the tailgate. Impress with homemade Spinach Feta Pocket Pies and Quick Fried Chicken, or go for the tried-and-true classics like the perfect guacamole, queso fundido, or a French dip. Drinks like spiked lemonade and a spicy bloody Mary keep the party going.
300 Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Dishes Under 300 Calories
Author: Lisa Lillien
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
It's MEAL-MANIA, HG STYLE! This book features THREE HUNDRED satisfying and delicious recipes for full-on meals. Breakfast, lunch & dinner dishes, plus snazzy starters and sides, that contain less than 300 calories each! In addition to CROCK-POT recipes, FOIL PACKS, and other HG favorites, this book serves up more than SEVENTY-FIVE soon-to-be-famous HG TRIOS: three-ingredient combos that take easy to a whole new level! Included are . . . Bean 'n Cheesy Soft Taco in an Egg Mug PB&J Oatmeal Heaven Creamy Crab Cakes Benedict Classic Cheesesteak Salad Dreamy Butternut Chicken Foil Pack Burger-ific Mushroom Melt Buffalo Chicken Wing Macaroni & Cheese BLT Pizza Big Apple Butternut Squash Soup Loaded Bacon-Wrapped Hot Dogs . . . And more!
Recipes and strategies for bringing back the family meal When first published in 2009, Lucinda Scala Quinn's Mad Hungry met with critical acclaim, but it wasn't just the media that fell hard for this book--it was mothers everywhere, who embraced her message to bring back the family meal and loved the ease, simplicity, and robust goodness of her recipes. The book went on to launch a TV series (Mad Hungry with Lucinda Scala Quinn) and now, with over 65,000 copies sold, it is available in a paperback edition that will reach a yet wider audience. In Mad Hungry, Scala Quinn shares winning strategies for how to sate the seemingly insatiable, trade food for talk, and get men to manage in the kitchen. She provides recipes for single-skillet meals, dinners that yield fabulous leftovers, and dishes that are a cinch to stretch fore extra guests. Her grab-and-run breakfasts will help kids start the day right, and her healthful drinks make it easier for guys to say no to soda. Along with her techniques that help make homemade meals second nature, nourishing both diner and cook, Scala Quinn offers empowering advice on how to feed one's family's spirits as well as fill their bellies.
When I was in the hospital with a bad infection from knee surgery, as I was starting to feel better, I got very, very hungry and I needed a good breakfast. From the hospital menu, I ordered a breakfast burrito with extra eggs and potatoes, pancakes, banana, oatmeal, vanilla pudding, and a couple of cookies for later. I justified my rather greedy choices by telling myself that the nurses would be happy to see me with such a healthy appetite. I was in the hospital for 3 weeks. Sometime during this stay, I realized that the steroid demons had taken over my brain! "What am I doing?", I asked myself. Under normal circumstances, I would never eat like this. For the rest of my stay, I put myself on a low calorie, sodium, fat, sugar, high antioxidants, and high calcium diet, because I knew that steroids spike your sugar, make you retain water and sodium, give you hypertension, stir up heartburn and alter your body's ability to use calcium.
From the first edition of The Fannie Farmer Cookbook to the latest works by today's celebrity chefs, cookbooks reflect more than just passing culinary fads. As historical artifacts, they offer a unique perspective on the cultures that produced them. In Manly Meals and Mom's Home Cooking, Jessamyn Neuhaus offers a perceptive and piquant analysis of the tone and content of American cookbooks published between the 1790s and the 1960s, adroitly uncovering the cultural assumptions and anxietiesâ€”particularly about women and domesticityâ€”they contain. Neuhaus's in-depth survey of these cookbooks questions the supposedly straightforward lessons about food preparation they imparted. While she finds that cookbooks aimed to make readersâ€”mainly white, middle-class womenâ€”into effective, modern-age homemakers who saw joy, not drudgery, in their domestic tasks, she notes that the phenomenal popularity of Peg Bracken's 1960 cookbook, The I Hate to Cook Book, attests to the limitations of this kind of indoctrination. At the same time, she explores the proliferation of bachelor cookbooks aimed at "the man in the kitchen" and the biases they display about male and female abilities, tastes, and responsibilities. Neuhaus also addresses the impact of World War II rationing on homefront cuisine; the introduction of new culinary technologies, gourmet sensibilities, and ethnic foods into American kitchens; and developments in the cookbook industry since the 1960s. More than a history of the cookbook, Manly Meals and Mom's Home Cooking provides an absorbing and enlightening account of gender and food in modern America.
Recipes and Survival Strategies for Guilt-Free Eating in the Real World
Author: Lisa Lillien
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
Do you want to eat burgers, chocolate cake, frozen margaritas, fudge, and French fries—and still fit into your pants? Is life not worth living without brownies and onion rings? Do you want a surefire way to tame your cravings? From breakfast ideas and chopped salads to guilt-free junk food and cocktails, Hungry Girl recipes taste great but are low in fat and calories. Check it out! • Eggs Bene-Chick: 183 calories • Bring on the Breakfast Pizza: 127 calories • Ooey Gooey Chili Cheese Nachos: 216 calories • Big Bopper Burger Stopper: 202 calories • Dreamy Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge: 65 calories • Lord of the Onion Rings: 153 calories • Rockin' Tuna Melt: 212 calories • 7-Layer Burrito Blitz: 277 calories • I Can't Believe It's Not Sweet Potato Pie: 113 calories • Cookie-rific Ice Cream Freeze: 160 calories • With easy instructions, simple steps, and hilariously fun facts and figures, Hungry Girl recipes are as fun to read as they are to make! And when you're not in your kitchen, check out HG's 10 mini survival guides, plus tips 'n tricks that'll help you make smarter food choices anywhere, anytime!
Struggling with Leptin Resistance? Are you having trouble controlling your appetite? Do you find yourself always on a food binge right after exercise? JJ Lewis' Leptin Diet cookbook is the answer to your eating problem! When you replace your meals with the recipes inside JJ's cookbook and follow the meal plan she recommends, you'll see a significant improvement in your body. JJ Lewis is a highly decorated chef and author of several cookbooks. She's published bestselling cookbooks and contributed to countless recipe collections. Her recipes focus on healthy dishes that promotes physical wellness. She's an innovator who loves to try out new combinations of flavors and nutrient mix, while targeting specific physical conditions. She's undergone a lot of training and has attended classes with many of world's best cooks. You can trust that her recipes will do what she says they will. You'll have better control of your appetite and you'll be getting the body you've been longing for! JJ's meal plan in the Leptin Diet cookbook includes food that will allow your brain to be sensitive again to leptin--the major substance in the body that plays a vital role in the stimulation of hunger. The physiological rule is: the more leptin in your body, the less hungry you are. Therefore, once you adopt the Leptin diet, you'll no longer be powerless against your appetite and you'll be able to stop eating when you feel like you've had enough already. You'll have a perfectly fit body and you'll be more confident with yourself! Because the Leptin Diet will allow you to regain control of your appetite, you become more able to follow exercise and weight loss regimen. You can finally be successful in getting the body that you've always wanted. Thus, the ultimate benefit that you'll be getting from following JJ's Leptin Diet is a much happier and confident you! A preview of the lifestyle enhancement you'll be getting from the Leptin Diet The Leptin Diet can be summarized into 5 rules. These are: 1.Never Eat After Dinner 2.Eat Three Complete Meals Each Dayv 3.Never Eat Large Meals 4.Eat Protein-Rich Breakfast 5.Reduce Your Carbohydrate Intake Download NOW by clicking the orange "BUY NOW" button. Get your copy of JJ Lewis' Leptin Diet now so that you can start regaining control of your eating habits and you can move closer having a perfect body! Don't lose your chance and join thousands of readers today before the price becomes higher!
80 Fast, Easy Recipes for Hungry People—All You Need Is a Mug and a Microwave
Author: Denise Smart
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Charmingly designed and perfectly approachable, here are eighty simple recipes for delicious, healthy food that require nothing more than a mug and a microwave. For anyone who can’t cook, won’t cook, or doesn’t have the time to cook—but still wants a fresh, delicious meal instead of takeout or packaged, processed food when they’re eating alone—here is the answer. All you need for real food, really fast, is a large mug, a microwave, a handful of ingredients, and a spoon. Whether you’re cooking in a pocket-sized apartment, a crowded dorm, or an office kitchenette, here are quick and clever recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and snacks. Squeezing a home-cooked breakfast into your morning dash is no problem with Peanut Butter and Jam Porridge, Eggs Florentine with Hollandaise, or seed- and fruit-packed Breakfast Muffins. And no more sad office salad: whip up Spicy Lentil and Bacon Soup, Pea and Pesto Soup, and Shrimp Laska in the office kitchen for lunch, with a side of Honeyed Carrots or Garlicky Mushrooms! Chicken Korma, Thai Shrimp Curry, Wild Mushroom Risotto, Chili con Carne, and Sweet Potato and Chickpea Tagine make healthy, quick, and delicious dinners that easily trump overpriced takeout or preservative-laden frozen food. And mug baking is a piece of cake with Chocolate and Pistachio Brownies, White Chocolate and Lime Cheesecake, Berry Crumble, Sticky Gingerbread, and much more. Finally, don’t forget the more conventional (but no less delicious) mug treats: Ultimate Hot Chocolate, Mulled Cider with Ginger, and Vanilla Latte. Yum! You will be in and out of the kitchen, cravings fully satisfied, in five minutes or less!
A unique eating-disorder memoir written by a mother and daughter. Unbeknownst to food critic Sheila Himmel-as she reviewed exotic cuisines from bistro to brasserie- her daughter, Lisa, was at home starving herself. Before Sheila fully grasped what was happening, her fourteen-year-old with a thirst for life and a palate for the flavors of Vietnam and Afghanistan was replaced by a weight-obsessed, antisocial, hundredpound nineteen-year-old. From anorexia to bulimia and back again-many times-the Himmels feared for Lisa's life as her disorder took its toll on her physical and emotional well-being. Hungry is the first memoir to connect eating disorders with a food-obsessed culture in a very personal way, following the stumbles, the heartbreaks, and even the funny moments as a mother-daughter relationship-and an entire family-struggles toward healing.