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Food & Cooking
by Daphne GroothuijseThis book will make you a real superfood smoothie specialist. You will learn the benefits of popular superfoods and of fruits and herbs. Focus is given to baby smoothies, kids, teens, pregnant women and the elderly. We show you how to create great tasting smoothies, which detoxify your body and make you lose a lot of weight. You do not want to miss the chapter about green smoothies, as they are fantastically healthy. With the basic recipes of nuts, hemp and sesame milk, you will learn to make yo... more
by J. N. CameronDetroit was built on innovation and that can also be said of its most famous dishes. By exploring seven neighborhoods, you’ll discover the areas unique culinary history as you cook your way through its most crave-worthy recipes! A nostalgic keepsake for Detroiters, this cookbook is also a comprehensive resource for anyone interested in regional cuisines. This full-color cookbook features stunning photography and more than 75 kitchen-tested recipes inspired by the Motor City, including: ... more
by Alicia MaherDelicious El Salvador: 75 Authentic Recipes for Traditional Salvadoran Cooking, winner of First Cookbook "Best In The World" in 20 years of Gourmand Awards at the 2015 Franfurt Book Fair. Delicious El Salvador is the first Salvadoran cookbook in English in the U.S. and the world. My mission was to rescue and preserve Salvadoran cooking traditions for the next generations. I am also a Food Blogger, Mom, Wine Lover, Bilingual. UCLA alumna. In this cookbook you will find over 75 authentic dishe... more
by ed duganThe book is a very comprehensive Cooking Course for people who need to cook but don't know how.
by Amelia Painterthis cookbook is for anyone who appreciates the right combination of fresh ingredients cooked in a simple fashion resulting in fantastic eating that tickles your palate and enlivens your senses! Iowa Innkeepers love to cook and share their wonderful recipes with others. They use fresh seasonal, local, ingredients and turn them into mouth-watering delicious Main Dishes, Wine Dishes, Side Dishes, Appetizers, and Desserts. In America’s Heartland, they are embracing a great culinary tradition, and ... more
by M.E. CHIDIAC
Africa has drawn explorers and adventurers for centuries, and wildlife-viewing safaris continue to be popular across the globe. When author M. E. Chidiac turned her passion for African safaris into a wildlife photography career, she also began gathering recipes from the array of cuisines that have developed in Africa’s different regions—such as the fragrant dishes of North Africa, the exotic tastes from the African islands, and the contemporary creations of South Africa. Now, the ... more
by Vickie LyneThe Stroke Free Cookbook details food and lifestyle choices for avoiding strokes and other heart disease. The first part of this book tells you why you should eat the foods we suggest. The second part of the book gives you the important stuff: Shopping Lists, Menus and Recipes. The second part will change your life; the first part will make you smarter than your Facebook friends. Start eating the right foods and enjoy the simple tasty recipes. This book is an outline of what we did to lose the w... more
by Vickie LyneAs men and women over 50 who face this issue, we thought it was time to tell the truth about erectile dysfunction (ED) and put the tall tales about ED to bed. We combined our personal knowledge about ED with a healthy and tasty alternative to pills and injections. In addition to offering an outline of the medical issues surrounding ED this book offers an eating plan alternative utilizing the specific foods, vitamins and minerals we eat to relieve the effects of ED. We wrote this cookbook as ... more
by Ronald Pickarski
The Classical Vegetarian Cookbook for Professional Chefs and Inspired Cooks offers a new classical vegan cuisine focused on ancient, traditional, and modern vegan proteins, plant-based ingredients, and unique vegan cooking techniques. With more than 400 recipes and 1200 recipe variations, this cookbook addresses vegetarian proteins (Seitan, Tofu, Tempeh, beans, and meat-style proteins), classical French and modern American pastries, many gluten-free choices, limitless center of... more
by LaDaska MechelleEating clean is not a fad, it’s a lifestyle. With any lifestyle change, there’s a commitment which takes dedication to one’s self. EAT Like You’re NAKED...14 Day Detox does not require you to starve yourself , take any capsules, and/or liquid formulas to cleanse the body. NO! This is a wholesome, nutritious detox which guides you into transitioning into a more energized lifestyle by helping to eliminate cravings, removing toxins and unhealthy fats stored in the body. Detoxing the Natural Way ... more
by Melissa MachowskiThe book includes twelve original soup recipes, plus three crunchy garnishes and homemade broth/stocks. Illustrated by Kendra Shedenhelm, this book is a delightful addition to your home cooking arsenal. This is the first book in my twelve book series "The Home Cook's Dozen".
by Aida Lugo McAllisterBilingual Puerto Rican Cookbook with 42 Classic and Contemporary Puerto Rican Recipe Favorites. This cookbook is written in English and Spanish and consists of 42 authentic Puerto Rican recipes. Most of the recipes in this cookbook are prepared to create a much healthier version of Puerto Rican cookery. These classic and contemporary recipes are updated and modified, maintaining the texture and flavor of the dishes. The author shares personal stories, time-saving ideas and helpful food preparati... more
by Bennett Jacobstein
Part of the experience of going to the ballpark is what you can get to eat. During the 2014 baseball season, Bennett Jacobstein and his wife traveled to each of the major league stadiums to investigate the variety of food offerings. In January 2015, he published The Joy of Ballpark Food: From Hot Dogs to Haute Cuisine.
In the early days, when baseball was becoming the American national pastime, a fan who wanted a hot dog at the ballpark got just that - a hot dog. There was no choice; a ... more
by Kirsten Henry FoxWant profit from your wine list without becoming a sommelier? Is your wine list working for your customers? Are you making money on the wines you’re selling? Which wines go with your menu? How do you price wines? How can you add yet another job like wine training to your day? Are there tools that you must provide at your restaurant to serve wine? If you are thinking of starting or are in the middle of running a casual to mid-level U.S. restaurant, there are some simple ways to ma... more
by Julia BarnardVegan Tapas: 150 quick and delicious snacks and bites for sharing – now you can enjoy tasty vegan cuisine with your friends and family. Featuring recipes perfect for tapas, meze, buffets, picnics or for simply enjoying in front of the TV. All are simple to prepare and made using accessible, everyday ingredients.