The Homemade Kitchen

  • Filename: the-homemade-kitchen.
  • ISBN: 9780385346160
  • Release Date: 2015-10-06
  • Number of pages: 320
  • Author: Alana Chernila
  • Publisher: Clarkson Potter



This book is a map for how, day in and day out, food shapes my life for the better, in the kitchen and beyond it. —from the Introduction Start where you are. Feed yourself. Do your best, and then let go. Be helpful. Slow down. Don’t be afraid of food. Alana Chernila has these phrases taped to her fridge, and they are guiding principles helping her to stay present in her kitchen. They also provide the framework for her second book. In The Homemade Kitchen she exalts the beautiful imperfections of food made at home and extends the lessons of cooking through both the quotidian and extraordinary moments of the day. Alana sees cooking as an opportunity to live consciously, not just as a means to an end. Written as much for the reader as the cook, The Homemade Kitchen covers a globe’s worth of flavors and includes new staples (what Alana is known for) such as chèvre, tofu, kefir, kimchi, preserved lemons, along with recipes and ideas for using them. Here, too, are dishes you’ll be inspired to try and that you will make again and again until they become your own family recipes, such as Broccoli Raab with Cheddar Polenta, a flavor-forward lunch for one; Roasted Red Pepper Corn Chowder, “late summer in a bowl”; Stuffed Winter Squash, rich with leeks, chorizo, apples, and grains; Braised Lamb Shanks that are tucked into the oven in the late afternoon and not touched again until dinner; Corn and Nectarine Salad showered with torn basil; perfect share-fare Sesame Noodles; Asparagus Carbonara, the easiest weeknight dinner ever; and sweet and savory treats such as Popovers, Cinnamon Swirl Bread, Summer Trifle made with homemade pound cake and whatever berries are ripest, and Rhubarb Snacking Cake. In this follow-up to Alana’s wildly successful debut, The Homemade Pantry, she once again proves herself to be the truest and least judgmental friend a home cook could want.

The Homemade Pantry

  • Filename: the-homemade-pantry.
  • ISBN: 9780307953261
  • Release Date: 2012-04-03
  • Number of pages: 288
  • Author: Alana Chernila
  • Publisher: Clarkson Potter



“This is my kitchen. Come on in, but be prepared—it might not be quite what you expect. There is flour on the counter, oats that overflowed onto the floor, chocolate-encrusted spoons in the sink. There is Joey, the husband, exhausted by the thirty-five preschoolers who were hanging on him all day, and he is stuffing granola into his mouth to ease his five o’clock starvation. There are two little girls trying to show me cartwheels in that miniscule space between the refrigerator and the counter where I really need to be.” In her debut cookbook, Alana Chernila inspires you to step inside your kitchen, take a look around, and change the way you relate to food. The Homemade Pantry was born of a tight budget, Alana’s love for sharing recipes with her farmers’ market customers, and a desire to enjoy a happy cooking and eating life with her young family. On a mission to kick their packaged-food habit, she learned that with a little determination, anything she could buy at the store could be made in her kitchen, and her homemade versions were more satisfying, easier to make than she expected, and tastier. Here are her very approachable recipes for 101 everyday staples, organized by supermarket aisle—from crackers to cheese, pesto to sauerkraut, and mayonnaise to toaster pastries. The Homemade Pantry is a celebration of food made by hand—warm mozzarella that is stretched, thick lasagna noodles rolled from flour and egg, fresh tomato sauce that bubbles on the stove. Whether you are trying a recipe for butter, potato chips, spice mixes, or ketchup, you will discover the magic and thrill that comes with the homemade pantry. Alana captures the humor and messiness of everyday family life, too. A true friend to the home cook, she shares her “tense moments” to help you get through your own. With stories offering patient, humble advice, tips for storing the homemade foods, and rich four-color photography throughout, The Homemade Pantry will quickly become the go-to source for how to make delicious staples in your home kitchen. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Mad hungry

  • Filename: mad-hungry.
  • ISBN: 3833158697
  • Release Date: 2011
  • Number of pages: 267
  • Author:
  • Publisher:



The Homemade Chef

  • Filename: the-homemade-chef.
  • ISBN: 9781101990452
  • Release Date: 2016-09-13
  • Number of pages: 304
  • Author: Chef James Tahhan
  • Publisher: Penguin



The debut cookbook from the star co-host of Telemundo’s Emmy winning morning show, Un Nuevo Dia, celebrity chef James Tahhan, who has become a household name by offering expert culinary advice with his signature WOW factor. Trained at the prestigious Le Cordon Bleu, Chef James is known for world-class Pan Latin cuisine at his award-winning restaurant, but his passion extends far beyond his restaurant’s kitchen. When it comes to learning about food, preparation, and everyday cooking, this innovative chef is hard at work finding simple and efficient ways to make your kitchen a creative yet comfortable space in your home. Drawing on his roots as a young home chef, Tahhan shows that anyone can make delicious and impressive dishes for all types of casual and formal occasions. In his debut cookbook, Chef James focuses on simple, high-quality ingredients from different parts of the world and blends them with Latin flavors to create extraordinary food. In addition to the array of spectacular recipes, James invites readers to go behind the scenes of his life as a professional chef, sharing valuable tricks of the trade to help you avoid common kitchen errors, be creative when you miss a step or two, pick the best ingredients at the farmers’ market and the supermarket, and learn foolproof shortcuts for faster food preparation. Whether you already love to cook or are just starting out, Chef James takes home cooking to another level with simple and wholesome meals that are sophisticated, flavorful, and exceptional.

Chained

  • Filename: chained.
  • ISBN: 9781628386851
  • Release Date: 2014-09-25
  • Number of pages: 214
  • Author: Susie Hirschi
  • Publisher: Page Publishing Inc



They say family is where you find solace, a safe haven, but what if the same people who are supposed to protect you, are the ones who abuse you? Chained: The Lives of Six Children tells the sad but bitter reality of pain and suffering that starts at home. Abuse can forever mark the abused, but some are remarkably strong. Witness the essence of survival and true strength amidst the darkest of sufferings

Hard Times

  • Filename: hard-times.
  • ISBN: 9781456895501
  • Release Date: 2011-04-15
  • Number of pages:
  • Author: M. Anthony Phillips
  • Publisher: Xlibris Corporation



The Homemade Vegan Pantry

  • Filename: the-homemade-vegan-pantry.
  • ISBN: 9781607746782
  • Release Date: 2015-06-16
  • Number of pages: 224
  • Author: Miyoko Schinner
  • Publisher: Ten Speed Press



A guide to creating vegan versions of staple ingredients to stock the fridge and pantry--from dairy and meat substitutes such as vegan yogurt, butter, mayo, bacon, and cheese, to mustards, dressings, pancake mix, crackers, pasta sauces, cookies, and more. Kitchen crafters know the pleasure of making their own staples and specialty foods, whether it's cultured sour cream or a stellar soup stock. It's a fresher, healthier, more natural approach to eating and living. Now vegans who are sick of buying over-processed, over-packaged products can finally join the homemade revolution. Studded with full-color photos, The Homemade Vegan Pantry celebrates beautiful, handcrafted foods that don't take a ton of time, from ice cream and pizza dough, to granola and breakfast sausage. Miyoko Schinner guides readers through the techniques for making French-style buttercreams, roasted tomatoes, and pasta without special equipment. Her easy methods make "slow food" fast, and full of flavor. The Homemade Vegan Pantry raises the bar on plant-based cuisine, not only for vegans and vegetarians, but also for the growing number of Americans looking to eat lighter and healthier, and anyone interested in a handcrafted approach to food.

Eating from the Ground Up

  • Filename: eating-from-the-ground-up.
  • ISBN: 9780451495006
  • Release Date: 2018-02-27
  • Number of pages: 272
  • Author: Alana Chernila
  • Publisher: Clarkson Potter



A vegetable-focused cookbook of 100 seasonal recipes that will help anyone make the most out of the bounty they take home from the farmer's market, receive in a CSA, or grow at home "But what is the best way to eat a radish?" Alana Chernila hears this sort of question time and time again as she works a stand at her local farmer's market. Arugula, celeriac, kohlrabi, fennel, asparagus--whatever the vegetable may be, people always ask how to prepare it so that the produce really sings. Eating from the Ground Up is filled with 100 recipes that showcase the unique flavor and texture of each vegetable. There are dishes so fresh and quick that they feel more intuitive than a recipe to follow; pots of soup for all times of the year that are packed with nourishment; ideas for maximizing summer produce, even when the garden's abundance is overwhelming; cozy, hearty fall and winter meals that are all about comfort; and fun, celebratory dishes that put vegetables front and center. The many tips on selecting, storing, preparing, and enjoying the season's bounty make this book an ideal handbook and celebration in one.

The Easy Vegetarian Kitchen

  • Filename: the-easy-vegetarian-kitchen.
  • ISBN: 9781592336586
  • Release Date: 2015-04-15
  • Number of pages: 192
  • Author: Erin Alderson
  • Publisher: Fair Winds Press (MA)



50 core meatless recipes as well as advice for how to fill your pantry with seasonal ingredients.

Fodor s Montreal Quebec City 2013

  • Filename: fodor-s-montreal-quebec-city-2013.
  • ISBN: 9780891419402
  • Release Date: 2013-02-26
  • Number of pages: 356
  • Author: Fodor's
  • Publisher: Fodor's Travel



Montreal and Quebec City are treasured destinations for American travelers: a corner of France in North America. This ebook captures the French-speaking cities’ universal appeal, from sidewalk cafés to winter sports and traditional French cuisine. Competitive Advantage: This ebook outscores the competition in key areas, including deeper coverage of Montreal’s renowned shopping and nightlife scenes, and Quebec City’s historic sights. Expanded Coverage: New hotel and restaurant recommendations have been added throughout Montreal and Quebec City, as well as their surrounding regions, including the Laurentians, the Eastern Townships (les Cantons de l’Est), and Charlevoix. Indispensable Trip Planning Tools: City walks provide visitors with thematic tours of Montreal and Quebec City. Itineraries cover step-by-step day trips or multi-destination visits to surrounding regions. Hotel and restaurant Best Bets guide travelers to the top places to stay and eat by price, style and/or cuisine. Discerning Recommendations: Fodor’s Montreal and Quebec City offers savvy advice and recommendations from expert and local writers to help travelers make the most of their time. Fodor’s Choice designates our best picks, from hotels to nightlife. “Word of Mouth” quotes from fellow travelers provide valuable insights.

LET THE SPIRIT FLY WHEREVER IT TAKES YOU

  • Filename: let-the-spirit-fly-wherever-it-takes-you.
  • ISBN: 9781499040869
  • Release Date: 2014-09-16
  • Number of pages: 240
  • Author: Cris Smith
  • Publisher: Xlibris Corporation



When one cannot see what lies ahead, prayer and meditation become the compass that symbolically points us to our cardinal directions - north, south, east, or west. Through the power of the Spirit we can trust in His guidance!

The Evolution of Pollution

  • Filename: the-evolution-of-pollution.
  • ISBN: 9783863730543
  • Release Date:
  • Number of pages:
  • Author: Frank Mancuso
  • Publisher: Frank Mancuso



History and cause of ocean pollution

Resistance The Gathering Storm

  • Filename: resistance-the-gathering-storm.
  • ISBN: 9780345513472
  • Release Date: 2009-04-28
  • Number of pages: 352
  • Author: William C. Dietz
  • Publisher: Del Rey



Great Britain. July 1951. Three years ago, Russia went dark. Nothing got in. Nothing got out. The world assumed it was political strife. But it was the Chimera: voracious extraterrestrial invaders. And in December 1949, they burst across the Russian border and poured into Europe. The luckiest humans died. The less fortunate succumbed to an alien virus–and changed. Within a year, most of Europe had fallen. Only Great Britain, after struggling desperately, had kept the conquerors at bay. But as the Chimera were repelled, they were evolving. Building. Planning. America. November 1952. The Chimera have crossed the Atlantic. Their lightning strikes on American borders are devastating. Cities are lost. Small towns overrun. Citizens transformed into monstrosities. Enter Lieutenant Nathan Hale, U.S. Ranger. A veteran of the Chimeran conflict, he is uniquely immune to the alien virus. And when regular troops can’t stem the Chimeran onslaught, Hale and his special-operations team meet the menace head-on. But while they battle the relentless Chimera, deadly power games rage in the White House. And when Hale discovers a far-reaching conspiracy, one with deadly consequences for the human race, his allegiance to country and mankind is stretched to the breaking point. From the Paperback edition.

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