Covering a wide range of occasions from festive holiday fare to easy week-night dishes, three hundred hundred recipes--thrice tested by the food editors of Good Housekeeping--are complemented by more than one hundred full-color photographs and cooking suggestions.
More Than 1,000 Recipes, 1,800 Photographs, 500 Techniques
Author: Susan Westmoreland
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
With more than one thousand recipes and eighteen hundred color photographs, this in-depth cookbook provides aspiring cooks with all the basics, as well as innovative and unexpected foods, instruction in hundreds of cooking techniques, nutritional guidelines, entertaining advice, and tips on selecting wine.
Author: Good Housekeeping Institute (Great Britain)
Since its first publication in 1948, the Good Housekeeping Cookery Book has sold over 2 million copies, firmly establishing it as the ultimate cook’s bible. This updated edition celebrates 90 years of the Good Housekeeping Institute and contains their ultimate collection of over 500 delicious, triple-tested recipes. The Good Housekeeping Cookery Book has the perfect recipe for every occasion – from traditional dishes that have been passed down from generation to generation to contemporary classics. Discover hundreds of delicious ideas for meat, poultry, fish and vegetarian dishes, as well as mouth-watering cakes, puddings, jams, pickles and chutneys. Each page is packed with useful information – including recipe preparation and cooking times, freezing notes and nutritional info – plus you'll find tips on everything from storing fresh herbs and jointing a chicken to icing cakes and making perfect pastry. The book also includes hundreds of pictures to help you achieve perfect results every time. Complete with all the recipes that every cook should know, this classic compendium is an essential reference for every kitchen. Previous ISBNs: 9781843405924 9781843401155
In the mid-twentieth century, Virginia Woolf published ‘Six Articles on London Life’ in Good Housekeeping magazine, a popular magazine where fashion, cookery and house decoration is largely featured. This first book-length study of what Woolf calls ‘little articles’ proposes to reassess the commissioned essays and read them in a chronological sequence in their original context as well as in the larger context of Woolf’s work. Drawing primarily on literary theory, intermedial studies, periodical studies and philosophy, this volume argues the essays which provided an original guided tour of London are creative and innovative works, combining several art forms while developing a photographic method. Further investigation examines the construct of Woolf’s essays as intermedial and as partaking both of theory and praxis; intermediality is closely connected here with her defense of a democratic ideal, itself grounded in a dialogue with her forebears. Far from being second-rate, the Good Housekeeping essays bring together aesthetic and political concerns and come out as playing a pivotal role: they redefine the essay as intermedial, signal Woolf’s turn to a more openly committed form of writing, and fit perfectly within Woolf’s essayistic and fictional oeuvre which they in turn illuminate.
Good Housekeeping Book of British Food is a superb collection of imaginatively prepared, home-produced fare, using fresh ingredients and high-quality produce. The vast array of delectable ingredients that Britain has to offer are all included – succulent Scottish beef, tender Welsh lamb, Stilton and Cheddar cheese, young asparagus, tangy rhubarb, juicy Cox's apples and luxurious smoked salmon to name but a few. The triple-tested recipes represent the wide variety of British produce, whether recently introduced or grown here for centuries – food for any day of the year and every meal of the day. Many are favourite regional dishes, such as Scotch Broth, Irish Stew, Welsh Rabbit, Melton Mowbray Pork Pie, Bakewell Pudding and Soda Bread. And, of course, there are traditional recipes for the most recognized British dish, the Sunday roast. Tasty seasonal treats also abound, with recipes for a boozy Christmas Pudding, Easter biscuits and delicious pancakes. So whether you're looking for simple, yet interesting, everyday recipes, dishes to serve when entertaining, or vegetarian recipes to enjoy at any time, with this best of British cookbook, you'll have plenty of scrumptious ideas to hand.
Transform your salad from simple to super! The editors of Good Housekeeping have compiled their favorite, most creative recipes for turning salads into showstopping one-dish meals. The salads range from refreshing accompaniments and light starters to protein-rich main courses--including Rotisserie Chicken Cobb and Feta-Dill Greek Caesar. Whichever you choose, you'll discover a delectable combination of ingredients that make healthy eating exciting again.