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The Chocolate Room has become a place of pilgrimage for chocolate lovers from near and far, thanks to its simple mission: to create treats that bring back those original childhood memories of the pure joy of chocolate. Its chefs have a knack for reconstructing a classic American recipe in ways that improve on the original. Their showstopping Chocolate Layer Cake, for instance, is the cake all other chocolate cakes dream of being; it s made with a blackout pudding filling, three different kinds of chocolate, and a custardy ganache frosting. The book is filled with similar new twists that express the slightly irreverent and creatively whimsical spirit for which Brooklyn has become known: Chocolate Caramel Matzo, Chocolate Cuatro Leches Cake, and Chocolate Stout Gingerbread. Recipes reveal the secret tips behind signature favorites in every category from cakes and puddings to pies and cookies. Confections are geared to be achievable in the home: S mores bars, Rocky Road mounds, and Cookie Chip Chocolates. The book also features informative primers on important techniques including tempering chocolate, whipping cream and eggs, and assembling a cake. There s Always Room for Chocolate is set to become the new essential cookbook for all things chocolate.
Butchery was nearly a dead art, until a recent renaissance turned progressive meat cutters into culinary cult idols. Inspired by a locally driven, nose-to-tail approach to butchery, this new wave of meat mavens is redefining the way we buy and cook our beef, pork, fowl, and game. The momentum of this revived butcher-love has created a carnivorous frenzy, pulling a new generation of home cooks straight into the kitchen Primal Cuts: Cooking with America s Best Butchers is their modern meat bible. Marissa Guggiana, food activist, writer, and fourth generation meat purveyor, traveled the country to discover 50 of our most gifted butchers and share their favorite dishes, personal stories, and cooking techniques. From the Michelin star chef to the small farmer who raises free-range animals butchers are the guide for this unique visual cookbook, packed with tons of their most prized recipes and good old-fashioned know-how. Readers will learn how to cook conventional and unconventional meat cuts, how to talk to their local butcher, and even how to source and buy their own whole animals for their home freezer. Much more than just a cookbook, Primal Cuts is a revealing look into the lives, philosophy, and work of true food artisans, all bound by a common respect for the food they produce and an absolute love for what they do.
This beautifully designed cookbook will appeal to health-conscious home chefs and gardeners and those looking to expand their interest in sustainable consumption, with a collection of mouthwatering recipes for easily incorporating the healthy and nutritious baby greens into everyday meals. The East End s Good Water Farms teamed up with top food bloggers and chefs to offer creative, microgreens-driven recipes. Traditionally used more for garnish, here microgreens are elevated to key ingredients in unexpected and delicious ways. More than twenty varieties of microgreens are featured. The sixty recipes include roasted figs with lemon balm and fennel microgreens; grilled red cabbage and purple radish daikon noodles with red shiso microgreen dressing; Parmesan and farro risotto with truffle, roasted monkfish, arugula, fennel, and red mustard microgreens; and coconut water microgreen pops. Along with artful photography of plated dishes, this comprehensive cookbook includes a section on how to save money by easily growing your own microgreens at home year-round and a microgreens glossary.
Whether you re planning a picnic in the park, taking lunch on the plane, making a bag for the kids, or eating al desko there s no reason you have to sacrifice taste or health. A packed meal can be an extraordinarily delicious meal. The Portable Feast offers up more than one hundred recipes for inventive, wholesome dishes that are ready to roam. Preparing food in advance does come with its own set of challenges, but author Jeanne Kelley has done all the work to figure out ingenious solutions. You ll find here the secrets to packing salads so they stay crisp, layering the various components in a jar to be tossed together at the last minute. Recipes in the book are vegetable-forward and feature a selection of brilliant grain bowls built to go a more filling type of salad built on a heartier foundation. Behind The Portable Feast is a spirit of adventure: good food shouldn t be limited to the dining room. Why not ramp up your next concert in the park with Beet Hummus with Herbs End a romantic dejeuner sur l herbe with Banoffee Pie Jars. Create envy at the office with a Chia Yogurt Parfait. Sandwiches mix up smart new combinations and forms such as Beet and Ricotta, Roast Squash with Almond Chermoula, or Banh Mi Subs. The Portable Feast is about striking the right balance between work and play, healthy and indulgent and creating food people want to cook and can take wherever they go.
The many influences of the past on our diet today make the concept of 'British food' very hard to define. The Celts, Romans, Saxons, Vikings and Normans all brought ingredients to the table, as it were, and onwards the Crusades gave us all manner of spices. The Georgians enjoyed a new level of excess and then of course the world wars forced us into the challenge of making meals from very little. This book, one of three volumes, documents the rich history of our food, its fads and its fashions to be combined with a practical cookbook of over xxx recipes from antiquity. Offerings include tasty beach BBQ ideas from Celtic times, a hearty Roman Army lentil stew and ideas for festive feasts of ancient times.
The first book-length treatment of Utah's distinctive food heritage, this volume contains work by more than sixty Subject-matter experts, including scholars, community members, event organizers, journalists, bloggers, photographers, and food producers. It features recipes and photographs of food and beverages. Utah's food history is traced from preContact Native American times through the arrival of multinational Mormon pioneers, miners, farmers, and other immigrants to today's moment of 'foodie' creativity, craft beers, and 'fast-casual' restaurant-chain development. Contributors also explore the historical and cultural background for scores of food-related tools, techniques, dishes, traditions, festivals, and distinctive ingredients from the state's religious, regional, and ethnic communities as well as Utah-based companies. In a state much influenced by Latter-day Saint history and culture, iconic items like Jell-O salads, funeral potatoes, fry sauce, and the distinctive 'Utah scone' have emerged as self-conscious signals of an ecumenical Utah identity. Scholarly but lively and accessible, this book will appeal to both the general reader and the academic folklorist.
Up until three years ago I was confident that I had experienced true Spanish cooking bringing together the many flavours of the Mediterranean - and its health benefits too. I had holidayed many times in this incredible country and sampled many traditional dishes and there are numerous lovely Spanish restaurants emerging all over the UK now too. Moving to Spain in 2015 made me quickly realise that I had not even scratched the surface and that the types of foods the Spanish eat, when they eat, their cooking methods and their use of herbs, spices, oils and locally produced foods was so incredibly different to anything I had tasted or experienced before. My quest to learn as much as I could during my time in Spain about their food and culture resulted in me working in a wide range of incredible restaurants, some Michelin Star with award winning chefs and others only the locals would know where the grandmother is still cooking her famous recipes in what was her original house 60 years earlier. Some in the city, some by the beach and others hidden in the mountains. Collaborating with many of the restaurants in which I worked, I have now brought to you Authentic Spanish Cooking which shares the recipes of restaurant quality food that you can easily recreate in your own home using traditional ingredients and methods. With each restaurant we have provided their most popular dishes including a starter, main course and dessert.
For more than 100 years, Bertazzoni kitchen appliances have helped people bring the best of home-cooked food to the family table. This book traces the history of the brand, from the first wood-burning cooking stoves through the gas stoves of the 1950s to contemporary completely designed kitchens. From the nineteenth century to the present day, the history of Bertazzoni appliances is intertwined with the history of home, living, and family cooking traditions. By looking at the evolution of kitchen design, we can trace the changes in our lifestyles. A brand with cooking ranges at its core that now also provides complete kitchens in every part of the world, Bertazzoni first began selling in the U.S. and Canada in 2005, and since then it has become a global brand that is still proud of its local, family roots in Italy.
There's so much confusion about what to eat. Are you sick of seeing contradictory health advice from experts? Just like the tobacco industry lied to us about the dangers of cigarettes, the same untruths are occurring in the food industry. Vani Hari, aka The Food Babe, blows the lid off the lies we've been fed about the food we eat - lies about its nutrient value, effects on our health, label information and even the very science we base our food choices on. You'll discover: * How research is manipulated by food company funded experts * How to spot fake news generated by Big Food * The tricks food companies use to make their food addictive * Why labels like 'all natural' and 'non-GMO' aren't what they seem and how to identify the healthiest food * Food marketing disguises junk food as health food Vani guides you through a 48-hour Toxin Takedown to rid your pantry of harmful chemicals and offers a blueprint for living your life without preservatives, artificial sweeteners, additives, food dyes or fillers, eating foods that truly nourish you and support your health.