A recipe collection and how-to guide for preparing base ingredients that can be used to make simple, weeknight meals, while also teaching skills like building and cooking over a fire, and preserving meat and produce, written by a sustainable food expert and founder of Belcampo Meat Co. Anya Fernald’s approach to cooking is anything but timid; rich sauces, meaty ragus, perfectly charred vegetables. And her execution is unfussy, with the singular goal of making delicious, exuberantly flavored, unpretentious food with the best ingredients. Inspired by the humble traditions of cucina povera, the frugal cooking of Italian peasants, Anya brings a forgotten pragmatism to home cooking; making use of seasonal bounty by canning and preserving fruits and vegetables, salt curing fish, simmering flavorful broths with leftover bones, and transforming tough cuts of meat into supple stews and sauces with long cooking. These building blocks become the basis for a kitchen repertoire that is inspired, thrifty, environmentally sound, and most importantly, bursting with flavor. Recipes like Red Pepper and Walnut Crema, Green Tomato and Caper Salad, Chickpea Torte, Cracked Crab with Lemon-Chile Vinaigrette, Veal Meatballs, Anise-Seed Breakfast Cookies, and Ligurian Sangria will add dimension and excitement to both weeknight meals and parties. We all want to be better, more intuitive, more relaxed cooks—not just for the occasional dinner party, but every day. Punctuated by essays on the author’s approach to entertaining, cooking with cast-iron, and a primer on buying and cooking steak, Home Cooked is an antidote to the chef and restaurant books that leave you no roadmap for tonight’s dinner. With Home Cooked, Anya gives you the confidence, and the recipes, to love cooking again. — Saveur, Best of 2016
Stuffing Sugo Zucchini hack rolls on peppers Zucchini couscous salad Zucchini rice frying pan Zucchini noodles with Almond Sauce Zucchini soup with Walnut crostini Zucchini pancakes with Herb Quark Spicy Zucchini bread Spaghetti in zucchini lemon cream sauce Zucchini pancakes Potato Gratin with ham Mediterranean Zucchini vegetables to roast beef cold cuts Chicken Zucchini lasagna Stuffed Zucchini Bolognese with cheese on bake Stuffed Zucchini with Ratatouille Grilled Zucchini with dill herb vinaigrette Spaghetti with basil pesto sauce Zucchini Unbekannt Apple Zucchini rice frying pan Zucchini noodles with Almond Sauce Zucchini soup with Walnut crostini Zucchini pancakes with Herb Quark Spicy Zucchini bread Spaghetti in zucchini lemon cream sauce Zucchini pancakes with ham Fish fillet with herb crust on courgette Julienne
DIV[This book was originally published with the title Hearty Vegan Meals for Monster Appetites (Fair Winds Press, 2011)]/divDIV Calling All Insatiable Appetites! /divDIVTo anyone who’s ever thought “a meal without meat is a terrible thing to eat,” we’ve got news for you: You’re about to sink your teeth into some of the best food you’ve ever eaten. Food that happens to be vegan but is so full of hearty flavor and taste that even your non-vegan guests—and family members—will be left wondering if they just ate a meatless meal or a Thanksgiving feast./divDIVInside, you’ll be treated to a vast collection of more than 200 “secret weapon” recipes from authors Celine Steen and Joni Marie Newman, two plant-based pros who know what it takes to wow the socks off of anyone with straight-up great food. From Banana Split Waffles to Ultimate Patty Melts, they’ll show you (and your meat-loving guests) that eating vegan doesn’t mean sacrificing flavor, but rather enhancing it using the natural flavors found in fruits, vegetables, grains, spices, herbs, and more./divDIVRecipes include:/divDIV- Baked Cinnamon Sugar Donut Holes/divDIV- Hearty Breakfast Bowl/divDIV- Chocolate Stout Chili/divDIV- Sweet Potato Po' Boys/divDIV- Five-Cheese Baked Macaroni and Cheese/divDIV- Crispy Burritos con Carne/divDIV- Garlic Truffle Fries/divDIV- Sun Dried Tomato, Garlic, and Basil Flatbread/divDIV- Strawberry Cream Pretzel Pie/divDIV- White Chocolate Almond Bars/divDIV- Peanut Butter Rocky Road Pound Cakes/divDIVWhether you’re looking to impress or indulge—or both!—Home-Cooked Vegan Comfort Food is your ultimate source for mean and mouthwatering eats at every meal./div
Publisher: Marshall Cavendish International Asia Pte Ltd
Home-cooked Meals: Favourite Asian Dishes and More celebrates the comfort of sharing a home-cooked meal with family and friends. In this collection, popular culinary consultant Allan Albert Teoh presents 45 carefully tested dishes that can be mixed and matched to form a satisfying meal. Choose from a variety of Asian home-style favourites such as beef rendang (spicy dry beef stew), fish head curry and stir-fried okra; or prepare simple one-dish classics like white bee hoon (braised rice vermicelli) and kampong fried rice. Round off a perfect meal with desserts such as pulut tai tai (glutinous rice cakes with coconut jam) and rose coconut ladu (sweet coconut balls), which are sure to delight your loved ones. Cooking at home becomes a simple pleasure with Allan’s easy-to-follow, mouth-watering recipes.
Consisting of Recipes Contributed by Ladies of Leavenworth and Other Cities and Towns
Author: Ladies of Leavenworth
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
Published in 1874 in Leavenworth, Kansas, during the post-Civil War charity cookbook boom, The Kansas Home Cook-Book is a fascinating, genuine example of how women during this time were able to express their political influence through sales of cookbook collections. Besides the fund-raising that the cookbook provided, this culinary collection showcases the cooking talents of local women, what was common fare during the time period, and the local community opinions and prejudices. Each recipe is individually attributed and adds to the personal tone of the collection, which includes recipes with a Midwestern influence, such as Mrs. Elvira Burr’s Strawberry Short Cake, Prairie Chicken and Buckwheat Griddle Cakes, and Mrs. C. Foster’s Breakfast Rolls. With its special historical context and authentic local recipes, The Kansas Home Cook-Book is regional book in its origins, but it has modern-day appeal throughout the country. This edition of The Kansas Home Cook-Book was reproduced by permission from the volume in the collection of the American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, Massachusetts. Founded in 1812 by Isaiah Thomas, a Revolutionary War patriot and successful printer and publisher, the society is a research library documenting the lives of Americans from the colonial era through 1876. The society collects, preserves, and makes available as complete a record as possible of the printed materials from the early American experience. The cookbook collection comprises approximately 1,100 volumes.
"Mrs. Wakefield's 1881 work is a deceptively simple work of staple recipes for the home cook. Containing such basic recipes as ""Clear Macaroni Soup,"" ""Roux for Thickening All Kinds of Soups, Sauces, Gravies, etc., "" and ""To Bake a Ham,"" the work goes on to more advanced recipes that build upon the more simple ones. Designed to utilize more common ingredients, this work allows the cook to create inexpensive, yet still elegant meals. "
Brother Victor offers more simple and elegant vegetable recipes. Keeping simple, homegrown elegance at the center of his culinary approach, Brother Victor has delighted the world’s palate and its soul through the success of his books From a Monastery Kitchen and Twelve Months of Monastery Soups. On the heels of 2010’s The Pure Joy of Monastery Cooking, his first fully illustrated cookbook, Brother Victor revives one of his classics, Fresh from a Monastery Garden, originally published in 1998. These 200 vegetable recipes come direct from his kitchen at Our Lady of the Resurrection Monastery to yours. They rely on the vibrancy of flavors and aromas and stay true to Brother Victor’s belief in being kind to the Earth. If you’ve never tried Brother Victor’s clean, healthy approach to cooking, it’s high time you did. Dishes borrow the richness of his southern French culinary tradition, with recipes like Fennel Ratatouille, Asparagus Risotto, and Alsatian Tomato Salad. You’ll also find techniques for canning and preserving fruits, vegetables, such treasures as Apple–Sweet Potato Chutney and Corn Relish. The Monastery Garden Cookbook celebrates vegetables, offering a lifetime of deliciously healthy eating. Formerly published under the title Fresh from a Monastery Garden.