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The Totally Garlic Cookbook
Paperback ISBN: 0890877254
Do you live for mushrooms, or die for garlic? Do you have the hots for chile peppers, or a craving for corn? These little books are perfect for those of us who can't seem to get enough of a favorite food. The charming wooden crate holds twelve copies of each title making an irresistible display for these die-cut cuties.
Global Spices for Everyday Cooking
Hardcover ISBN: 384800934x
This richly illustrated handbook provides a wealth of knowledge about organic spices, their cultivation, their storage, and how to use them when cooking. Sorted by their different flavor notes, from mild and harmonic to spicy, the organic spices are each presented in a short profile, followed by more than 100 appetizing recipes for every taste and occasion.
Unlock the Power of Spices to Transform Your Cooking
Hardcover ISBN: 194525677x
Featuring 125 recipes, chefs from the top-rated television cooking show explain how to use spices to enliven your dishes, including how to make your own spice blends, both savory and sweet.
Paperback ISBN: 0873518888
Maple syrup is a genuine product of the north, made only in the northeastern quarter of the United States and adjoining Canadian provinces. The Ojibwe and Dakota used it as a seasoning and also cooked it down to a crystallized state to preserve and transport it. Today, locally produced pure maple syrup is regarded as an artisan product, prized by cooks and bakers alike. Minnesota and Wisconsin are home to numerous syrup producers, from family-run operations that do everything from collection to boiling and bottling to large packagers that buy raw sap to process and sell. Modern Maple celebrates this local treasure in ways both traditional and contemporary, with seventy-five recipes using maple to season, flavor, and sweeten dishes ranging from traditional breakfast favorites to appetizers, sandwiches, vegetables, main courses, breads, and desserts. Grilled Radicchio with Maple Drizzle and Goat Cheese, Pecan-Crusted Chicken with Maple Apples, Cardamom-Maple Swirl Bread, Roasted Carrot–Ginger Soup with Maple, and Maple Baklava are just a few of the delights that await. A special section on backyard syruping gives complete but easy instructions for making homemade syrup on a very small scale—a fun and interesting hobby that pays dividends in the kitchen. The Northern Plate Modern Maple is the second book in the Northern Plate series, following Rhubarb Renaissance. Each book in the series celebrates a specific food from the bounty of the Upper Midwest. Teresa Marrone is the author of Cooking with Wild Berries and Fruits of Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan; Abundantly Wild: Collecting and Cooking Wild Edibles in the Upper Midwest; and The Back-Country Kitchen: Camp Cooking for Canoeists, Hikers, and Anglers.
Mastering the Art of Cooking With Weed
Hardcover ISBN: 0399580107
Based on the popular Munchies and Viceland television series Bong Appétit, this cannabis cookbook will blow all others out of the water, featuring 65 "high"-end recipes for sweet and savory dishes as well as cocktails. Going well beyond pot brownies, Bong Appétit is the Joy of Cooking for a new generation interested in making serious, sophisticated food with marijuana. Starting with the science, Bong Appétit breaks down the basics of decarboxylation--think infusing oil or butter with weed to get the good stuff out--and continues with a host of recipes ranging from weed butter-basted roast chicken to weed chimichurri to weed brownie pudding. Along the way, the book hits on marijuana breeding, politics, dosage calculation, and pairing strains and flavors, marshalling the Munchies network of friends and experts including Bong Appetit stars Ry Prichard and Vanessa Lavorato. As the reigning voice in a vast landscape of channels that aim to bridge the high and the low, Munchies sets the standard for marijuana cookbooks in a new political and culinary landscape.
An Anarchy of Chilies
Hardcover ISBN: 050002183x
With more than 2,000 varieties, and a dizzying array of flavors, shapes, sizes, and colors, the riotous world of chili peppers has no laws and no limits, and a revolutionary power to transform our food and gardens. This essential kitchen companion profiles 100 versatile chili varieties, chosen to showcase their impressive range of shape, color, flavor, and heat, ranging from milder everyday favorites such as the jalapen~o, ancho, and bell pepper to exotic new superhots like the Dorset Naga and Carolina Reaper.Organized by heat level on the infamous Scoville scale, An Anarchy of Chilies tells the story of each variety and offers advice on how to identify, grow, and prepare them. The striking illustrations, in a vivid graphic style inspired by the CMYK process and Mexican oilcloth prints, make this not only a go-to reference but also a beautiful art piece.
50 Recipes for Cooking With Infused Oils
Paperback ISBN: 081180898x
This elegant and practical cookbook reveals how oils enhanced with the essence of herbs, spices, fruits, and vegetables captured at their peak can add an aromatic, gourmet touch to practically any dish. Low in saturated fats and easy to use, flavored oils make healthful alternatives to mayonnaises and sauces in everything from marinades and vinaigrettes to appetizers and entrees. Written by Michael Chiarello, renowned chef and creator of a popular line of infused oils, Flavored Oils presents a dazzling array of tempting recipes, from a heady Rosemary and Roasted Lemon Marinade to a delicate Beet Salad with Tarragon and Orange Oil to a savory Pork Tenderloin with Molasses, Bacon, and Porcini Vinaigrette. Brimming with inventive ideas and lavishly illustrated with full-color photographs, this unique volume makes a welcome companion for the home cook, as well as a lovely gift.