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FOUR & TWENTY BLACKBIRDS PIE BOOK is by Melissa and Emily Elsen, the sisters who are third generation pie bakers from South Dakota and proprietors of the wildly popular Brooklyn Pie Shop and Cafe, Four & Twenty Blackbirds. The cookbook contains over sixty delectable pie recipes organized by season, with groundbreaking and mouthwatering pie combinations such as Salted Caramel Apple, Green Chili Chocolate, Black Currant Lemon Chiffon, and Salty Honey. There is also a detailed and stunning techniques section. The book will have 90-120 photos and illustrations of the Elsen sisters' beautiful creations. And the photographers are Gentl & Hyer, two of the best food photographers in the country today. Pie may be the ultimate comfort food in these recessionary homemade times. This may not be your mother's pie book, but it's one you'll want to bake from and share with loved ones again and again.
Like most of us, Molly Stevens has no team of prep cooks, no vast pantry and no one paid to clean up her home kitchen. What she does have are delicious, time-tested recipes made from easy-to-find ingredients. Collected for the first time in All About Dinner, these are the dishes that Stevens loves most, the ones her students clamour for. Building on the fool-proof clarity of her previous cookbooks, each recipe is designed to impart solid kitchen skills while encouraging home cooks to expand their personal repertoires by mastering everyday favourites. A gorgeous collection of balanced meals, packed with flavour, All About Dinner will entice busy cooks back into their kitchens.
With growing interest in fermentation and the medical benefits of a Mediterranean diet, Armenian food offers a new take on healthful deliciousness. It combines the best flavors and techniques of Mediterranean and central European cuisines into fresh and satisfying dishes, served with plenty of pickles, sides, and the soft, ubiquitous bread known as lavash. An ode to Armenian food and culture, Lavash is part cookbook, part travelogue, and part lookbook of tempting food and revealing atmospheric photography. More than 60 recipes-arranged by course-cover authentic breads and everything you eat with them, from soups and salads to mains and sweets. For both armchair travelers and home cooks, here's a book as enticing in the reading as its recipes are to the palate.
A Maine breakfast is more than just blueberries. Maine is a travel destination, and its B&Bs are some of the most visited places in the state. Moos, the former innkeeper of the Kingsleigh Inn in Southwest Harbor, has great advice on serving a breakfast that not only tastes great but looks good, too. Perfect for B&B owners, but also great for folks with out-of-town guests, or who just want to have friends over, this book makes it easy to create an artful and tasty breakfast.
Fortunately, being a lifelong outsider has made Orkin a more curious, open, and studious chef. In The Gaijin Cookbook, he condenses his experiences into approachable recipes for every occasion, including weeknights with picky kids, boozy weekends, and celebrations. Everyday dishes like Pork and Miso-Ginger Stew, Stir-Fried Udon, and Japanese Spaghetti with Tomato Sauce are what keep the Orkin family connected to Japan. For more festive dinners, he suggests a Temaki Party, where guests assemble their own sushi from cooked and fresh fillings. And recipes for Bagels with Shiso Gravlax and Tofu Coney Island (fried tofu with mushroom chili) reveal the eclectic spirit of Ivan's cooking.
This foundational book of cookies covers tips and tricks for making, storing, and gifting cookies of all kinds. With chapters organised by baking circumstances, bakers can quickly find a cookie recipe right for them - whether it's No-Bake Peanut Butter Kiss Cookies when it's too hot to turn on the oven, the Caramel-Filled Snickerdoodle Blondies that are easy to take on the go, or the Festive White Velvet Star Stacks that will light up any celebration. Features expand the cookie repertoire: baking with kids, hosting a cookie exchange, cookie dips, cookie garnishes, and clever ways of using cookie cutters. Icons throughout note recipes that start with a mix for the short-on-time baker, as well as recipes that make a big batch, for those baking for a crowd or cookie exchange.
Open up this little gem of a cookbook and find a world of new flavours to add to your dinner table! The 70 recipes are easy to follow, with short ingredient lists and bright photographs taken at Coco and The Cellar Bar, the authors' restaurant in Massachusetts. The book is organised around foundational flavour components, followed by recipes that use each flavour booster. Miso Honey Dressing lends full-bodied flavour to Honey Miso Noodle Salad, and Shoyu Ramen Broth (made in an Instant Pot) is the key ingredient in Coco Shoyu Ramen. Other favourites include Korean Bolognese (for Korean Spaghetti and Korean Sloppy Joes), Chow Fun Sauce (for Coriander Shrimp Chow Fun), Scallion Ginger Jam (for Clay Pot Miso Chicken), Hoisin Barbecue Sauce (for Hoisin-Glazed Baby Back Ribs), and Ponzu Sauce (for Miso-Glazed Cod Rice Bowl). On every page, Abkin and Taylor's chef secrets inspire readers to create dishes with freshness and clarity of flavour.
Breakfast is said to be the most important meal of the day and nowhere is that fact more appreciated than at the Wolseley restaurant in London's Piccadilly. The brainchild of Jeremy King and Chris Corbin - celebrated restaurateurs and founders of three of London's most iconic dining destinations: The Ivy, The Caprice and J Sheekey - the Wolseley is a cross between the traditional robustness of the Parisian brasserie and the gloriously grand but cosy comfort of the Viennese cafe. Breakfast is an institution at the Wolseley and whether you want a healthy breakfast of fruit, cereal and yoghurt, or a full no-fuss English, every need is catered for using the finest ingredients from the best of British and European producers. Breakfast at the Wolseley serves up the ultimate guide to producing and enjoying a superb breakfast in the Wolseley style. There is a host of delicious recipes, whether it's fresh fruit and crisp croissants or a full English with steaming high-grade Arabica blend coffee. You can also learn more about the background and ethos of the Wolseley with a description of the building and how it became the icon it is today, including an intriguing look at how breakfast service is run at the Wolseley both at front of house and behind the scenes.
These dishes have been designed for every occasion and offer recipes for a variety of diets. Cook rapid weekday meals, watch slow-cooked ramens simmer and even learn the art of making gyoza - Feed Your Soul is packed with tips and ideas for bringing wagamama to your kitchen. Feed Your Soul encourages mindful cooking - taking the time to appreciate and enjoy creating and eating these dishes is key. Methods for preparing your own homemade ramen noodles, kimchee, sauces and stocks are shared, so your dishes can be created entirely by you. We can't always spare the time to make everything from scratch, so you'll also find speedy, nutritious and simple recipes, as well as ingredient swaps and hacks. Including the never-before-shared recipe for chicken katsu curry, the famous yaki soba and fiery bang bang cauliflower, the dishes are balanced and offer suggestions for alternatives should you not have all the ingredients at home, allowing you to be more sustainable and creative in the kitchen. With original food photography, evocative shots of Japanese food emporia and lifestyle shots of noodles, ramen and ingredients, Feed Your Soul is set to become the new classic wagamama cookbook.
Wholesome, yummy . . . joyously healthy - The Sunday Times Be pot-prudent with Little Leon: One Pot, the bite-sized collection of healthy and tasty one-pot recipes, from Storecupboard Daube and John's Thai Curry to warming Winter Vegetable Herb Pot Roast and Leon Chilli Con Carne.
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 appetising 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.
Sharing a meal is something most couples love to do; meal-planning programs such as Blue Apron have made it easy and fun to prepare dinner together, too. But home cooks who enjoy homemade food at a reasonable cost really only need a great cookbook, with a friendly voice and delicious recipes, designed to be made and eaten by two. Here is that book. From simple meals to celebratory dinners, comfort food to healthy but hearty options, Dinner Just for Two features 100 dishes, including: Bourbon- Glazed Turkey Burgers Creamy Baked Spaghetti for Two Pear Pecorino Pasta Sheet Pan Summer Salmon Gorgeously designed with more than 100 photographs, Dinner Just for Two is destined to be a classic.