Spice-Packed Dishes for Sizzling Flavor at Every MealCalling all chiliheads Become a master of spice with these 75 easy recipes for big, bold flavor. Mike Hultquist, creator of the blog Chili Pepper Madness and author of The Spicy Dehydrator Cookbook, takes you head first into the wide world of all things spicy. Explore peppers, like poblanos, jalape os and cayennes, along with spice blends, hot sauces and more. As you cook your way through exciting, spice-rich cuisines like Mexican, Italian and Indian, you'll discover how simple it is to layer pepper varieties and spices for incredible depth of flavor. Learn how to achieve just the right amount of zing, whether mild, medium or sizzling. For a memorable meal that's low on heat, try Sweet-Chili Glazed Bacon-Wrapped Pork Tenderloin, which mixes sweet red pepper jam with your favorite hot sauce. Bring it up a notch with Shrimp in Fiery Chipotle-Tequila Sauce, which blends deep chipotle flavor with a kick of serrano pepper. If it's mouth-numbing spice you're after, go for the All-the-Way Arrabiata, a satisfying pasta dish amped up with pepper infused olive oil and whole ghost peppers. With stews for your slow cooker, burgers for the grill, and eggs for the skillet, it's easy to enjoy an amazing array of spicy dishes, all day, every day.
- Trendy topic high-quality basic food- Perfectly staged by multiple prize-winning graphic artist and best-selling author Stefan Bogner- Superb, specially-invented recipes by Cettina Vicenzino, food photographer, cook and author of cookbooksWine, whisky or gin tastings are standard, but more and more people wish for a high quality of basic food too. With their interest in brand-new high-quality olive oils, the community of culinarians is about where it was some thirty years ago with wines. Like the ambitious and rebellious young vintners, the young guns back then, today ambitious olive farmers and oil millers create top-quality products by using state-of-the-art techniques and being open to scientific findings. About ten years ago, these highly aromatic oils that are rich with polyphenol did not exist for lack of the necessary oil mill technology. To help consumers make informed decisions, this book introduces the background of production and cultivation, presents the stars of the scene and a fine choice of exquisite but easy to cook recipes.
- Features a selection of the best Italian food and beverage producers- Includes over 1200 companies The fourth edition of Gambero Rosso's Top Italian Food & Beverage Experience features a selection of the best Italian food and beverage producers. This is the only guide in the sector classified according to product category to bring together over 1200 exceptional entities ready and willing to export a range of quality items. The guide includes a section on the best fresh fruit and vegetables, indicating the relative producer consortia and associations, making it an indispensable tool for foodies, but especially for industry players wanting to promote the best of 'Made in Italy', and for the 50,000 buyers who participate annually in Gambero Rosso's international events. Contents: Introduction; Baked goods; Beer; Charcuterie; Cheese; Chocolate; Coffee, tea, infusions; Condiments, salt, spices, herbs; Dried fruit; Extra virgin olive oil; Flours, pulses, cereals; Honey; Liqueurs, syrups, distillates; Mushrooms, truffles; Natural food; Pasta; Patisserie; Preserved fish; Preserves, jams; Rice; Vinegar; Water, beverages, fruit juices; Leading brands; Fresh fruit and vegetables.
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Ai Hisano exposes how corporations, the American government, and consumers shaped the colors of what we eat and even the colors of what we consider "natural," "fresh," and "wholesome."The yellow of margarine, the red of meat, the bright orange of "natural" oranges--we live in the modern world of the senses created by business. Ai Hisano reveals how the food industry capitalized on color, and how the creation of a new visual vocabulary has shaped what we think of the food we eat. Constructing standards for the colors of food and the meanings we associate with them--wholesome, fresh, uniform--has been a business practice since the late nineteenth century, though one invisible to consumers. Under the growing influences of corporate profit and consumer expectations, firms have sought to control our sensory experiences ever since. Visualizing Taste explores how our perceptions of what food should look like have changed over the course of more than a century. By examining the development of color-controlling technology, government regulation, and consumer expectations, Hisano demonstrates that scientists, farmers, food processors, dye manufacturers, government officials, and intermediate suppliers have created a version of "natural" that is, in fact, highly engineered. Retailers and marketers have used scientific data about color to stimulate and influence consumers'--and especially female consumers'--sensory desires, triggering our appetites and cravings. Grasping this pivotal transformation in how we see, and how we consume, is critical to understanding the business of food.