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  • Instant Pot, please, make my day!: Cookbook with 100+ delicious & healthy Instant Pot recipes for you and your family

    by Amy Jay May
    Are you a busy woman with a family to feed but little time to cook? Then easy instapot recipes are for you. With a preparation time of only 10 minutes for most recipes, this cookbook will ensure every stomach is fed and every task is done on time. From North American to South European cuisine, the author will make you discover a 100 different recipes for breakfast (rice & berries), soup (creamy mushroom), stew (tuscan chicken), beans (curried quinoa), pasta (meatball spaghetti), red meat (... more
  • Lets create design

    by Lets create design
    Let’s Create establishes a vibrant and interactive community of designers from all over the world.

    by Paulus V
    Brutal Chef is a spicy read that gives a raw and realistic look at 'life inside the professional kitchen'' and it ain't tender. Based upon years of personal experience in all sorts of kitchen formats, the book collects sizzling stories that are delivered with a humorous twist, but also has sparks flying where it tackles more serious matters. 'Brutal Chef' is an entertaining and informative all-rounder that will make you laugh, cringe and groan, stepping into the shoes of a chef in a hot headed k... more
  • Eat Happy, Too: 160+ New Gluten Free, Grain Free, Low Carb Recipes Made from Real Foods for a Joyful Life

    by Anna Vocino
    Anna Vocino is back with Eat Happy Too: 160+ NEW delicious grain-free, gluten-free, low carb recipes that are also free of processed sugars. Get back to cooking and retrain your taste buds to love food again. You'll be shocked at how good food can taste! Eat Happy Too has 150 more starters, mains, sides, soups, casseroles, slow cooker AND Instant Pot recipes, plus breakfast and a chapter called make your own, so you can learn how to make sauces and dressings from scratch and not be stuck buying ... more
  • Hallee Crockpotter

    by Hallee Bridgeman
    It doesn’t take magic or a spell to make whole food/real food meals – even when you need to leave it and go! The slow cooker is an amazing invention for the busy home, and Hallee Bridgeman, aka Hallee the Homemaker™, has conjured up some whole food recipes that will delight your tastebuds and make cooking a meal easy as abra cadabra. Cooking for a start-of-term feast? You’ll find dips and soups and delicious delights to satisfy any crowd. Studying for finals in potions? Spend a few minutes in th... more
  • Iron Skillet Man

    by Hallee Bridgeman
    It's a bird! It's a plane! It's a cookbook! Move over men of steel! Make room mutants, aliens, and chemically or radioactively enhanced rescuers! Prepare to assemble your spatulas and get your "Flame on!" while the heroic Hallee the Homemaker™ (whose secret identity is Christian author and blogger Hallee Bridgeman) swings into action and shows her mettle with her third title in the Hallee's Galley parody cookbook series. Is your skillet-sense starting to tingle? Don't start crawling the walls, w... more
  • The Walking Bread

    by Hallee Bridgeman
    While confronting and redeeming a recent popular secular phenomenon, Hallee Bridgeman, A.K.A. "Hallee the Homemaker" finds every grain of truth in her second whole food, real food cookbook with in-depth analysis and amazing recipes of yeast breads, quick breads, sourdoughs, and breads using grains other than wheat. The Walking Bread is a cookbook wrapped in a parody surrounded by a comedy with a tongue firmly inserted into a cheek -- but the recipes are "dead serious" and may leave readers searc... more
  • Fifty Shades of Gravy: A Christian Gets Saucy

    by Hallee Bridgeman
    Hallee Bridgeman, A.K.A. "Hallee the Homemaker" rides the gravy train to triumph and hilarity with her premiere cookbook, revealing the secrets of the penultimate comfort food – gravy. Fifty Shades of Gravy "a Christian Gets Saucy!" is a cookbook wrapped in a parody surrounded by a comedy with a tongue firmly inserted into a cheek – but the recipes are deadly serious and may leave readers licking the gravy boat. Her famous whole food, real food recipes bathe in luxuriant liquid comfort with reci... more
  • How To Make The Perfect Gin & Tonic At Home: The G&T Secret Revealed

    by Philip Calvert
    The secret to making the perfect G&T at home - as revealed by a direct descendant of one of the great gin family dynasties
  • Backyard Dairy Goats

    by Kate Downham
    Work with nature to raise dairy goats in any yard... Backyard Dairy Goats is a book focusing on raising dairy goats in a way that respects their nature, on any amount of land. Backyard dairying is achievable for anyone. It doesn't have to be a dream that may happen one day in the distant future, it could happen now, and this book will show you how. Topics covered include: -Everything you need to know about goats - their behaviour, how to feed them, handle them, what they need to thri... more
  • The Maestro's Favourites

    by Marlin Wolfe
    This cookbook has been in the making for some time. I have been cooking from a young age and have had things that turn out well and things that just turn out awesome. The objective of the book is to show anyone that has an interest in cooking and in being creative can do it as long as there is a desire to take on the challenge. I have a vast variety of recipes within the book, and some are easy and a little more challenging. All my life has been involved in music as a violinist and a conductor o... more
  • Human Cuisine

    by Gary Allen
    Human Cuisine addresses one of the key points about cannibalism: It's fascinating. The stories, essays, poetry, and drama in this anthology reveal that cannibalism can also be disgusting, sometimes frightening, sometimes hysterically funny, sometimes touching—but always interesting, at least once you get past the gag reflex. Co-editors Ken Albala and Gary Allen have assembled an anthology of writings that is guaranteed to give the curious reader something meaty to chew upon.
  • Beautiful Living: Cooking the Cal-A-Vie Health Spa Way

    by Terri Havens
    Beautiful Living: Cooking the Cal-a-Vie Health Spa Way is a 304-page, coffee table cookbook featuring over 100 of the world-renowned, five-star retreat's delicious and healthy recipes written and tested for the home kitchen. Beautiful Living has stunning photography by award-winning Debora Smail and nationally recognized Max Kimbee and Anne Watson, and includes nutrition breakdowns for every dish and tips on cooking and preparing fresh, nutritious meals for your family and friends. It also t... more
  • A Chocolate Affare: Mastering Artisan Chocolates in the Home Kitchen.

    by Jaxon Stallard
    A Chocolate Affair; Mastering Artisan Chocolates is designed for the actual process, simple and straightforward including demystifying tempering technique, and theories.
  • Essentials for Food Safety

    by Roger Lewis
    In the food business, it takes months to earn and just seconds to lose a good customer. Food safety is a vital part of our daily lives and helps all of us ensure we remain healthy. From sushi preparation to fast food to fine dining, there is nothing more important for people working within the food and beverage industry than guaranteeing that their food is safe for human consumption. Roger Lewis, a certified trainer in food safety, begins by offering guidance on how to develop a Hazard Analysis ... more
  • CafeLiving's Favorite Cocktails

    by H.L. Sudler
    SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE TO DRINK! A must-have recipe book for anyone who wishes to make restaurant-style cocktails at home, here are more than 150 selected recipes from all over the world, including mixed and frozen drinks, shots and spritzers, punches and sangrias. The book is full of color photography, with not only the history and background of various cocktails included, but also bartending techniques to make hosting your large and small gatherings a little easier. Also included are hot... more