From the kitchen of celebrated chef and television host Michael Chiarello, the deliciously simple recipes in this deck are sure to spice up any gathering. From crispy Sausage-Stuffed Olives to scrumptious Chocolate Panini—friends and family will be coming back for seconds, or thirds!
When you're short on time and ideas, hosting an impressive dinner party or making lunch for family and friends can seem like a stressful task. In 101 Easy Entertaining Ideas, olive magazine has inspiration for even the most daunting occasions. Including modern classics like Sugar-cured salmon and Fillet of beef with shallots and mushrooms to more unusual ideas like Crisp noodle wrapped prawns with tomato jam and Roast goose with sour cherry and red wine sauce, there are plenty of starters, mains and sides to wow. There are also lots of meat-free suggestions for vegetarian dining, and some delicious desserts to complete the meal. olive is the stylish monthly magazine for food lovers. As well as easy, seasonal recipes, restaurant recommendations and food-focused travel, olive features ethical shopping guidance, unpretentious wine advice and expert cooking tips and techniques from leading chefs Gordon Ramsay and MasterChef's John Torode.
A lavishly illustrated reference shares a range of accessible menus for entertaining at any time of year, providing recipes and hosting recommendations for everything from casual gatherings to formal parties. 50,000 first printing.
This book will help you learn how to cook. Learning how to cook is the way to save money. You don’t save by buying hamburger helpers and prepared foods; you save by buying fresh foods in season or in large supply when they are fresh and usually best and by preparing them from scratch at home. Why pay for someone else’s work when you know how to do it and can save money for yourself? Cooking well doesn’t take a great deal of time, and when you cook, you’ll be eating far better meals than you can by buying from a freezer or at a restaurant. I’m eager to share this book, and I hope to have achieved most of the foregoing points in the following pages, which include a variety of dishes. In this book, you’ll enjoy delicious meals, and these recipes are typical of the American approach of taking ordinary, everyday ingredients and, with a little love and imagination, turning them into something appealing, even exciting, and certainly fun to make, as well as to serve and eat.
In this volume in the Good Things with Martha Stewart Living series, you will find dozens of ideas, projects, and recipes to help you entertain more easily and often. Delicious drinks and hors d'oevres, simple lighting projets, beautiful centerpieces, clever place cards, creative table coverings, and luscious desserts round out this inspired collection.