Food and Fire: Create bold dishes with 65 recipes to cook outdoors [EPUB]
11 August 2019, 15:04
2019 | EPUB | ISBN: 1911026887 | 38.29MB
65 recipes for grilling, smoking and roasting with fire.
Cooking with fire is primal. There is nothing simpler – no metalwork, no fancy gadgets, just food and flame – allowing you to take the most basic of ingredients and turn them into something special. Cultures across the globe have cooked in this way, developing their own innovative methods to combine heat and local flavours. Cooking with Fire takes the best of these global artisanal techniques – from searing directly on the coals to rotisserie, wood-fired ovens, cast-iron grilling, and plenty more – and creates 65 lip-smacking dishes to cook outdoors and share in front of the fire with family and friends.
Apple: Recipes from the orchard [EPUB]
10 August 2019, 05:11
2019 | EPUB | ISBN: 1784882321 | 44.15MB
Who doesn't love apples? Grown, harvested and eaten for centuries, apples play an important role in everyday life and are enjoyed in a huge variety of ways. Author James Rich hails from apple country in Somerset, England, where his family own a cider farm. Apples, it could be said, are in his blood, this is a collection of over 90 of his best-loved recipes. Try your hand at a summery Crunchy apple, cherry and kale salad, a comforting Slow-roasted pork belly and pickled apple, and an Ultimate apple crumble, all washed down with a Cider and thyme cocktail.
James uses whole apples as well as cider, apple juice, cider brandy and cider vinegar to add depth to his dishes. Apples can be delicate and complementary, floral and simple or they can be bold, sharp and stand out from the crowd. Set to the backdrop of his family's stunning apple, Apple is a celebration of this humble fruit.
A Pinch of Culinary Science: Boiling an Egg Inside Out and Other Kitchen Tales [EPUB]
09 August 2019, 06:25
2019 | EPUB | ISBN: 1138611301 | 4.82MB
This book provides a playground for the readers to practice and develop scientific thinking, by exploring the world of food in a fun way. The authors take the role of someone trying to find interesting questions to ask about familiar, though often hidden, phenomena. Claims (or myths) on everyday cooking provide numerous cases for this. Using popular cooking myths as a springboard, this book discusses these riddles, interweaving a scientific rationale for the phenomena with a culinary or craftsman explanation. This book covers not only science (physics, chemistry, biology) but also cultural aspects (tradition, history, emotion), of what food/cooking is all about.