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Pizza is a universal food - beloved throughout the world, statistics show that Americans consume more than 100 acres of pizza a day. That's about 350 slices a second! With the help of this innovative idea book, pizza lovers can stretch their imagination, their brain, and their stomach by learning art history while they munch. Whether they are in the mood for a Picasso or a Keith Haring, something in the style of the Incas, or perhaps a pizza out of a fairy tale, readers will be inspired by these absolutely new and original pizza variations. The pizzas featured are guaranteed to make everyone smile.
This exceptional cookbook offers instruction on preparing: -Starters, such as Sesame Beef Appetizer -Lunch and dinner fondues, such as Breaded Red Snapper -Desserts, such as Creamy Caramel Fondue -Breakfast fondues, such as Ham and Cheese Fondue -Healthy choices, such as Dieter's Fondue
Who inspired Jamie Oliver to put a premium on fresh, 'naked' food? Who influenced Sylvia Woods' talent for titillating the sweet tooth? It just might have something to do with their mothers. Now, in this one-of-a-kind cookbook, America's top celebrity chefs divulge the cooking secrets that started it all. Mom's Secret Recipe File features endearing stories, approachable recipes, family cooking lore, valuable tips, and timeless advice from each chef/mother pair. The duos are featured in 'mini chapters' that begin with short introductions written by the chefs-a favorite memory about how their moms' cooking styles inspired their own-followed by four recipes from their moms' secret files. Mom's Secret Recipe File is not only a perfect Mother's Day gift, it's sure to become a cooking classic.
Marlene Koch proves Splenda[registered] is versatile enough to be used in all types of recipes for all meals. Here are 150 delicious all-new recipes for all meals ranging from breakfast foods to midnight snacks and from appetisers to desserts - all low in sugar, fat, carbohydrate and calories.
The time has come for a gourmet complement to the extraordinary popular, low-carbohydrate, high protein diet popularised by Dr. Robert Atkins. You will be amazed by the Italian delicacies that can be produced with little-to-no carbohydrates. The book includes 150 delicious recipes for such traditional dishes such as Chicken Marsala, Veal Parmesan, and Beef Bracciole, as well as some of the Love Chef's more original recipes. All of them are guaranteed delicious, nutritious, and absolutely carbohydrate-free!
Published in 1981, The Great American Writers Cookbook was a treasure trove of recipes submitted by the country's most celebrated authors. This all-new collection, a fine follow-up for a new era, features recipes that range from peanut butter sandwiches to eggplant caviar, with dishes-and anecdotes-offered by writers of every imaginable stripe, ethnicity, region, and culture in America. Contemporary novelists such as National Book Award winners Jonathan Franzen and the late, great Bernard Malamud share space with columnists Dave Barry, P. J. O'Rourke, and Christopher Buckley, with journalists and novelists Andrei Codrescu, Anna Quindlen, and John Berendt, and with poet and novelist Sandra Cisneros. The interspersing of recipes from older and younger generations reveals cookery as creatively diverse as the writings from David Guterson, T. C. Boyle, Elizabeth McCracken, and former First Lady Barbara Bush. This unusually tangy assortment of more than 150 recipes runs the gamut from tofu to heart-clogging chili. Writers play fast and loose with ingredients and forewarn readers planning to try them that some of the most seductive recipes are loaded with cholesterol. With such temptations as Thighs of Delight, Crevettes Desir, a sexy spaghetti sauce, and a lemon icebox pie that allegedly elicits proposals of marriage, the recipes-and stories revealing their origins-is enticing, bizarre, and promisingly tasty. The collection gives particular emphasis to contemporary southern writers-Padgett Powell, Jack Butler, Larry Brown, Ellen Gilchrist, and Josephine Humphreys, among others, although their recipes are often far from being quintessentially Southern. Scintillating with writerly antics and witty histories as transfixing as the recipes themselves, The New Great American Writers Cookbook is not just for daring cooks. It's also a collector's item for food-doting lovers of American literature. Dean Faulkner Wells lives and writes in Oxford, Mississippi. She is the editor of The Great American Writers Cookbook, The Best of Bad Faulkner, The Great American Politicians Cookbook, and Ghosts of Rowan Oak. Her work has been published in the Paris Review, Parade, Playboy, Ladies' Home Journal, Southern Living, and other periodicals. Julia Reed is a senior writer at Vogue and a contributor to the New York Times magazine, writing about food.
Most recipes serve four to six people, leaving the solo cook in a predicament. Enter acclaimed cookbook author Joyce Goldstein and her stellar repertoire of meals that are fun for one. From hearty recipes like Spicy Tortilla and Lime Soup and Tuscan Style Rib-Eye Steak with Rosemary and Garlic, to dressed-up salads and seasonal fruit gratins, each dish is designed to serve one in style. Essential tips and techniques offer valuable advice on smart shopping for one and stocking the pantry. Numerous recipe variations take advantage of seasonal ingredients, while an array of sauces can turn that salmon fillet or lamb steak into a gourmet feast. When the good company is your own, Solo Suppers is the way to go.