Cooking

Chef Dez on Cooking

Author: Chef Dez

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 186

View: 353

Take a culinary journey through the columns and kitchen of Chef Dezpopular food columnist, culinary instructor, and cooking show performer. Chef Dez on Cooking, Volume 3 is an informative collection of the popular food column Chef Dez on Cooking, currently published across Canada and Washington State, along with over one hundred of his most popular and favorite recipes. From appetizers to salad dressings, sauces, side dishes, main courses, breakfasts, desserts, and healthy recipes, Chef Dez on Cooking, Volume 3 has something for everyone. It is the third book in the series following Chef Dez on Cooking, Volume 1 and Volume 2, which have received rave reviews. With food columns, culinary questions and answers accompanying each of the chapters, these cookbooks become valuable kitchen references with a refreshing perspective on the wonderful world of cuisine. Gordon Desormeauxs nickname became Dez and then Chef Dez as he entered his culinary career. Most notably known for his biweekly food column Chef Dez on Cooking, Dez captures the reading audience of numerous communities across Canada and Washington State. His cooking shows and culinary classes are extremely informative, entertaining, and lighthearted, and they also reveal his passion for people, life, and food. Born and raised in the lower mainland of British Columbia, his recipes reflect the transformation of everyday ingredients into mouthwatering dishes that anyone would be proud to serve. The essential reference for family favorites and specialty entertaining . . . always a crowd pleaser! I cant wait for Volume 3.Gina S., Abbotsford, BC Your fabulous cookbooks have literally changed my life and the way I cook. Your recipes are easy to follow and always a success. Thank you, Chef Dez, for your always positive attitude and wealth of knowledge. I cant even begin to list the things I have learnt from you. Looking forward to Volume 3.Tammy C., Mission, BC Finally . . . a cookbook that works . . . clear instructions and lots of helpful hints . . . doable recipes that taste great and come with a pinch of Chef Dezs talent and passion . . . even I can make food look and taste good!Gail M., Maple Ridge, BC As one with a bookcase of cookbooks, I know that, ultimately, the always-urgent whats for dinner? will find its answer in only a handful of cookbooks, food-splattered from regular use. Chef Dez on Cooking, Volume 1 and 2 are included among those, so Im beyond excited to add Volume 3 to the shelf! Congratulations, Dez, on your most recent accomplishment. Thank you, thank you, for helping all of us WOW our friends and loved ones with culinary delights.Charlotte Lepp, Lepp Farm Market, Abbotsford, BC
Health & Fitness

Whole-food Guide to Strong Bones

Author: Annemarie Colbin

Publisher: New Harbinger Publications

ISBN:

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 257

View: 161

It's essential to maintain strong bones to keep an active lifestyle, but aside from taking a daily calcium supplement, is there really anything you can do to improve your bone health? With this complete program for stronger bones created by health educator Annemarie Colbin, you'll learn the best foods to eat to build bone mass and find out which foods actually weaken bones. In The Whole-Food Guide to Strong Bones, you'll also discover how exercise and finding personal balance can improve your health and prevent fragility fractures, menopause-related bone loss, and osteoporosis. Learn: What puts you at risk for bone fracture Why medication and estrogen therapy may not work for you How the nutrients in whole foods build bone mass 85 easy recipes that maximize the bone-building effects of whole foods
Cooking

Modern British Food

Author: Jesse Dunford Wood

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 192

View: 450

A delightfully wacky, delicious, irresistible and witty collection of British classics with a twist and a turn, all based around the premise that food should fun for all and that flavour is the key to having a great time at the table. Cow Pie – re-named and re-worked as Reindeer Pie at Christmas with Reindeer horns poking out through the pastry crust in place of the usual Desperate Dan cow horns – sits alongside retro favourites such as Chicken Kiev (Turkey Kiev at Christmas) and a wealth of wittily conceived, much-loved British stand-bys, beautifully realised through great photography that pushes the boundaries of expectation. Modern British Food is intended to be the ultimate fun cookery book, great to give and great to receive. A cookery book to make you smile and to make you hungry.
Cooking

A Bone to Pick

Author: Mark Bittman

Publisher: Clarkson Potter

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 272

View: 223

Since his New York Times op-ed column debuted in 2011, Mark Bittman has emerged as one of our most impassioned and opinionated observers of the food landscape. The Times’ only dedicated opinion columnist covering the food beat, Bittman routinely makes readers think twice about how the food we eat is produced, distributed, and cooked, and shines a bright light on the profound impact that diet—both good and bad—can have on our health and that of the planet. In A Bone to Pick, Mark’s most memorable and thought-provoking columns are compiled into a single volume for the first time. As abundant and safe as the American food supply appears to be, the state of our health reveals the presence of staggering deficiencies in both the system that produces food and the forces that regulate it. Bittman leaves no issue unexamined; agricultural practices, government legislation, fad diets, and corporate greed all come under scrutiny and show that the issues governing what ends up in our market basket and on our tables are both complex and often deliberately confusing. Unabashedly opinionated and invariably thought provoking, Bittman’s columns have helped readers decipher arcane policy, unpack scientific studies, and deflate affronts to common sense when it comes to determining what “eating well” truly means. As urgent as the situation is, Mark contends that we can be optimistic about the future of our food and its impact on our health, as slow-food movements, better school-lunch programs, and even “healthy fast food” become part of the norm. At once inspiring, enraging, and enlightening, A Bone to Pick is an essential resource for every reader eager to understand not only the complexities inherent in the American food system, but also the many opportunities that exist to improve it.
Cooking

The Paley's Place Cookbook

Author: Vitaly Paley

Publisher: Ten Speed Press

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 240

View: 907

With an unquenchable ardor for local, luscious, sustainably produced food and drink, Vitaly and Kimberly Paley bring their elegant, soulful fare home in The Paley's Place Cookbook. Nestled in a converted Victorian in Portland's trendy Northwest District, Paley's Place Bistro and Bar has been serving Vitaly Paley's creative, beautifully executed cooking for over a decade. Co-owner Kimberly Paley's joyous hospitality has helped make their restaurant into a West Coast destination. Now, The Paley's Place Cookbook teaches you to create blissfully perfect dishes from the ground up, whether simple (Grilled Figs Wrapped in Prosciutto; Tomato-Bread Soup) or showy (Duck Wellington with Mole Sauce; Vegetable-Stuffed Morels with Green Garlic Confit and Parmesan Cream), the authors emphasize the building blocks of wonderful food: great ingredients and great technique. Chapters on appetizers; soups, salads, and sandwiches; pastas and grains; fish and shellfish; meat, game, and fowl; vegetable side dishes; and desserts are complemented by extras, including a primer on putting together a knockout Oregon cheese course and a bevy of recipes for hand-crafted and seasonal cocktails. Wine pairings point the reader to well-matched styles and makers from the Pacific Northwest and France. Throughout the book, the Paleys introduce us to some of the many skilled food producers who make the Pacific Northwest a culinary treasure trove, and also take us inside the chef's thought process as he creates and refines his recipes. Evocative photographs—of finished dishes, gorgeous local foodstuffs, and the people who produce the food that gives so much pleasure—round out this personal, passionate, enlightening, and utterly delicious cookbook.
Cooking

It Ain't Sauce, It's Gravy

Author: Steve Martorano

Publisher: Knopf

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 192

View: 968

Has cooking ever saved a life? It definitely rescued Steve Martorano from the streets of South Philadelphia, and an almost certain end in jail … or worse. Raised on Gram’s meatballs and Mom’s macaroni, Martorano learned at an early age that full-flavored food made with loving hands was the only food worth eating. And, by the way, that’s macaroni and gravy, not pasta and sauce, cuz. That’s just the way it is in Martorano’s world. When it seemed like the only future for a kid from the neighborhood was to drive a truck or join the mob, it was this passion for food that inspired Martorano to reach for more and start his first “restaurant”—selling homemade sandwiches he prepared in his mother’s basement. These sandwiches, served up with a side of Steve’s personality, turned out to be the recipe for success and started Martorano in the restaurant business. Eighteen years after opening the incredibly popular Cafe Martorano in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Martorano now runs a total of four successful restaurants in Florida and Las Vegas, and has built a devoted and ever-growing clientele—including a bevy of celebrities—who are more than willing to wait hours for a table. In this personal, funny, delectable cookbook, the self-proclaimed “heavyweight champ of Italian-American cooking” offers us a wide range of the dishes that have made his restaurants so popular. Among the book’s seventy-eight recipes, you’ll find tried-and-true favorites like Martorano Meatballs, Fresh Mozzarella, Stuffed Hot Peppers, and Fried Galamad Red (known as calamari outside Philly), as well as newer fare like Grilled Octopus, Rice Balls, and Sunday Pork Gravy with Rigatoni (featuring braised pigs’ feet). And don’t worry—Martorano doesn't skip the cocktails or dessert! Expect to indulge in Peanut Butter Cake with Peanut Butter Zabaglione, Cannoli Cream, Tuscan Lemonade, and Sicilian Mules. Steve Martorano’s It Ain’t Sauce, It’s Gravy delivers all the staples of delicious neighborhood-style comfort food, served up in the author’s one-of-a-kind, deliciously fun-loving style.
Cooking

The Italian American Cookbook

Author: John Mariani

Publisher: Harvard Common Press

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 451

View: 367

All the classics in lighter versions made with the freshest of ingredients.
Cooking

Cooking on the Lam

Author: Joseph Iannuzzi

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 145

View: 883

A former Gambino family mobster complements the story of his life on the run with culinary tips and Italian recipes, including such dishes as "chicken Andrea," "filet mignon Oscar," and "linguine with white clam sauce."
Cooking

The Urban Rajah's Curry Memoirs

Author: Ivor Peters

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 489

View: 129

Please note this has been optimised for display on tablets and colour devices. Bursting with delicious recipes and stunning illustrations, this is a food memoir like no other. Curry has become an integral part of our staple diet but few of us are aware of what 'authentic' means when it comes to Britain's favourite food - how it is cooked and what makes it so sublime. Instead we have been patronised with dumbed-down versions of wonderfully spiced dishes through the provision of gooey mixtures that slime their way out of jars. 'No more!' cries self-proclaimed Urban Rajah Ivor Peters. The search for homemade, straightforward fragrant food ends here. Packed full of inspiring stories and generations-old recipes, this book opens the door into a world of family cooking that will teach us how to cook delicious curry in our own homes. So put down that jar of low-fat chicken tikka masala, rip up your takeaway menu and let Ivor lead you through a journey of spice that will leave you revelling in colour, yearning for the delicate smells of cardamom and cinnamon and desperate to tear a chapatti to shreds and plunge it into a curry feast of your own making.
Cooking

Cooking Basics For Dummies

Author: Marie Rama

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 464

View: 353

Get started cooking now with Cooking Basics For Dummies, 5th Edition! Are you looking to dig yourself out of microwave dinners and learn the ropes of home cooking? Cooking Basics For Dummies, 5th Edition takes the intimidation out of cooking and helps you start cultivating your culinary prowess in no time. From learning fundamental cooking techniques like dicing, chopping, and saut?ing to creating delicious, easy-to-follow recipes, you'll discover how to cook up crowd-pleasing meals the whole family will enjoy—all without breaking a sweat! Even if you've never cracked an egg, this friendly, practical guide gives you all the ingredients to become a superior home cook. In plain English, it explains step-by-step how to master popular cooking techniques, such as dicing vegetables, hard boiling an egg, making quick and delicious sauces, planning menus, stocking your pantry, and so much more. Packed with more than 150 easy-to-follow recipes for every meal of the day, from mouth-watering mains to sumptuous sides to delectable desserts Helps you master grilling, slow cooking, baking, roasting, pressure cooking, and more Includes tips on adapting meals to meet the latest dietary trends, such as low-sugar, low-sodium, low-fat, plant-based, and vegetarian diets Covers shopping at farmer's markets and buying organic foods Cooking Basics For Dummies, 5th edition is for every beginner cook or polished chef looking for a refresher on breathing new life into home-cooked meals.