Market Math: 50 Ingredients x 4 Recipes = 200 Simple, Creative Dishes [EPUB]
06 February 2017, 02:37
2016 | EPUB | 56.34MB
Based on FOOD & WINE's popular monthly column, Market Math starts with 50 everyday ingredients and transforms them into 200 fast, fresh, and delicious weeknight meals.
This user-friendly guide is alphabetically organized by ingredient, each accompanied by four to six recipes that showcase its versatility and flavor. These are dishes you'll want to add to your weeknight repertoire: quick, crowd-pleasing dinners that make the most of farmer's markets and local foods stores.
Discover new ways to use fresh produce, hearty grains, meat, seafood, and dairy. Transform broccoli into a creamy soup or pair it with kale for a refreshing salad. Canned tuna becomes a lemony dip or the basis for banh mi sandwiches. Standards like pasta, peppers, rice, and spinach get a makeover with inspired flavor combinations and genius techniques.
The recipe collection features contributions from FOOD & WINE's favorite culinary stars, including Mario Batali, Giada De Laurentiis, and Bobby Flay. Each recipe has been tested and perfected by FOOD & WINE experts, ensuring success whether you're a novice or seasoned home cook.
Brimming with inspiration and illustrated with lush color photos, Market Math is a kitchen shelf essential for every home cook.
Lark: Cooking Wild in the Northwest [EPUB]
05 February 2017, 21:51
2016 | EPUB | 272.57MB
A James Beard Award-winning chef tells the story of Seattle’s popular restaurant, Lark, and shares his recipes for the local seasonal cuisine that has made it a Northwest destination for over ten years. Now available in paperback, Lark is John Sundstrom’s culinary homage to the Pacific Northwest, inspiration for his rustic yet elegant cuisine.
In this new edition Sundstrom adds a chapter of his restaurant’s favorite everyday kitchen staples, including recipes for cordials and syrups, house-made pasta, mayonnaise, dressings, breads, and smoked and pickled foods. Lark celebrates the distinctly moody and majestic Northwest and its bounty of ingredients with more than 100 recipes and stunning full-color photographs.
Living Food: A Feast for Soil and Soul [EPUB]
05 February 2017, 21:47
2016 | EPUB | 112.26MB
Living Food: A Feast for Soil and Soul is not just a cookbook. Rather, it is an eye-opening assessment of the central role food plays in our lives: vibrant food creates nourishment and vitality, and the way we grow it affects the stability and integrity of our planet Earth.
This book starts on the ground with the soil where food originates, moves on to how food can affect our digestion, immune system and mood, and examines how our modern practices are threatening both the environment and the nutritional value of the food we eat. Our health and the health of the planet are intertwined – one cannot thrive without the other.
Through delicious seasonal recipes, nutritional insights and easy-to-understand explanations, Daphne Lambert describes how linking our eating to seasonal rhythms can ensure a harmonious relationship between ourselves and the environment. Each section, one for each of the four seasons, reveals Mother Nature's knack for providing us with the food we need when we need it – both throughout the year and at each stage of our lives – and how we can make the most of her seasonal offerings.
Living Food is an all-encompassing nutritional guide that will make you think more deeply about the food you eat.