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This cookbook is an ode to Japan's real, genuine ramen culture. The recipes are created by Guy Quirynen, the man behind the Umamido ramen shops and restaurants in Belgium and Switzerland. In every shop, Guy and his team aim to immerse their guests in their passion for Japan by serving pure and authentic ramen; in this cookbook you'll discover some of their closely guarded kitchen secrets, along with inspiring and mouth-watering photos. When Guy Quirynen was blown away by the umami flavours he tasted in Kyoto, he was hooked. With a Swiss hospitality training on his resume and an attention to detail that only comes from working in Michelin-starred kitchens, Guy decided to bring the Japanese ramen culture to Brussels. He opened the first Umamido ramen shop there on April 18, 2013. More ramen shops followed in Belgium (Brussels, Ghent, Antwerp and Leuven) and in Geneva, Switzerland. The recipes in this book are created by Guy Quirynen and written down by Femke Vandevelde (De Morgen, a.o.); photos by Piet De Kersgieter. SELLING POINT: Presents authentic Japanese ramen recipes and secrets from the Umamido kitchen, with mouth-watering photos and tips and tricks to create authentic ramen dishes at home
This mushroom cookbook demystifies the fantastical fungus with recipes for every palate and every meal. Roasted, raw, sauteed or steamed, mushrooms are delicious and decadent with a heavy dose of vitamins and minerals, and an earthy substance that makes any meal memorable. Bring a hearty dash of health to the table with the roasted garlic, mushroom, and leek bisque, make simple greens into a meal with the porcini and celery salad, and satisfy the whole table with grilled, stuffed portabellas.
Vegan, super easy and unbelievably tasty! In her new recipe book, food blogger and Instagram star Bianca Zapatka shows you quick and easy ways to make fantastic vegan dishes that taste amazing and look great too. How about a creamy tomato soup with vegan cheese toasties, crunchy granola tartlets, a chocolate mousse torte or courgette (zucchini) and chickpea burgers? One thing's for sure - this book has something for everyone! With 70 new recipes, Bianca shows just how diverse vegan food can be, with a range of speedy makes and bakes that anyone can do. Plenty of step-by-step images and helpful tips make the recipes simple to follow at home. Never before has vegan cooking been so easy!
The ultimate reference book for home cooks, seasoned chefs, and everyone in between, The Encyclopedia of Kitchen Tools guides readers through the history, practical uses, design features, and storage and maintenance requirements of each of the tools living in their kitchen cabinets. Whether you're a home cook pondering the difference between a cookie sheet and a baking pan (one of life's great questions), or a professional chef wondering whether you should sharpen your knives with a whetstone, a honing rod, or an electric sharpener, The Encyclopedia of Kitchen Tools has the answers you're looking for. Ranging from knives and spatulas, ladles and tongs, to Dutch ovens and crock pots, citrus reamers and zesters, The Encyclopedia of Kitchen Tools offers readers a chance to reconsider all of the kitchen accessories they've accumulated over the years, as well as the opportunity to encounter some new tools for the first time. With additional sidebars discussing a wide variety of topics including the history of elaborate table settings, the best types of cocktail strainers (yes, there's more than one), the cleanliness of salt pigs, and the best ways to care for cast iron, The Encyclopedia of Kitchen Tools is the new, must-have reference bible for active cooks and armchair chefs alike.