Karoo Food by Gordon Wright [EPUB]
31 October 2018, 12:52
2018 | EPUB | 31.17MB
Following on the success of Veld to Fork, Gordon Wright’s first book, Karoo Food is bigger, better and tastier than ever, with more recipes, stories and anecdotes about life and food in the Karoo. Once again Gordon takes you on a Slow Food journey, via your taste buds, to foodie nirvana. Tracing the origins of ingredients and the stories behind the dishes, this is a selection of recipes and inspirations from the important people in his life. It’s a mix of the old and the new, and a tribute to all those lovely people and their marvellous food over the generations who have helped foster his love of cooking. This book is a must-have for cooks, foodies and aspiring home chefs.
Cauliflower is King: 70 Recipes To Prove It by Leanne Kitchen [EPUB]
31 October 2018, 12:50
2018 | EPUB | 41.63MB
Bow down. The reign of Cauliflower glory is upon us.
Recipes naughty or nice, the world's most versatile and best-loved Super Vegetable is all at once a healthy wholefood staple, a culinary fashion statement, or the key ingredient for a cosy, comforting winter dinner at Grandma's house. (Or solo on the sofa, straight out of the pan. No judgement. No rules for the King.)
The chameleon of the vegetable world, here are 70 recipes to prove Cauli's blue blood status. Roasted to golden perfection, barbecued, stir-fried, baked whole or in a pizza crust, and of course, the carb-dodger's delight, Cauliflower Rice.
The real Mr Worldwide, Cauliflower features in Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, French, Spanish, Italian, Indian and Anglo dishes, all thoroughly represented here via snacks, starters and soups, salads, mains, baked and accompaniments.
Unsavory Truth: How Food Companies Skew the Science of What We Eat [EPUB]
31 October 2018, 03:58
2018 | EPUB | 10.2MB
America's leading nutritionist exposes how the food industry corrupts scientific research for profit
Is chocolate heart-healthy? Does yogurt prevent type 2 diabetes? Do pomegranates help cheat death? News accounts bombard us with such amazing claims, report them as science, and influence what we eat. Yet, as Marion Nestle explains, these studies are more about marketing than science; they are often paid for by companies that sell those foods. Whether it's a Coca-Cola-backed study hailing light exercise as a calorie neutralizer, or blueberry-sponsored investigators proclaiming that this fruit prevents erectile dysfunction, every corner of the food industry knows how to turn conflicted research into big profit. As Nestle argues, it's time to put public health first. Written with unmatched rigor and insight, Unsavory Truth reveals how the food industry manipulates nutrition science--and suggests what we can do about it.