Whether you're a newcomer or an expert chef, this book lets you kick up your grill skills by adding homemade sauces to your repertoire. Along with fun barbecue lore, kitchen tips, and chili-wrangling info (including the quick remedy to use when chili residue gets into your eyes), there are recipes for one-of-a-kind barbecue sauces, salsas and jams, steak sauce, original Texas- and Louisiana-style sauces, Alabama Whiskey sauce, and many more. Learn the differences between grill and barbecue sauces, why ketchup is a kind of individual yet universal genius, and how to create your own delicious sauces.
A beautiful, delicious celebration of two natural sweeteners in irresistible recipes
Honey and maple syrup might be better for you than sugar. They might be better for the environment. But even better, and sweet as anything, is how these natural ingredients taste and the wonders they do for a dish. James Beard Award-winning cookbook author Beth Dooley and gifted photographer Mette Nielsen make the most of these flavors in this celebration of honey and maple syrup in traditional kitchens as well as cutting-edge food culture.
Full of easy ideas that include honey and maple syrup in foods both savory and sweet, this book features a wide range of irresistible recipes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, for snacks and salads, condiments and vegetables, entr es and desserts, syrups, cocktails, and elixirs. Sweeten your table with rosemary honey butter, green tomato chutney, curry marinated herring, brown butter honey popcorn, savory maple black pepper biscotti, oven-roasted chicken thighs with pomegranate molasses, honey-glazed salmon salad, maple vanilla half-pound cake, elderberry throat coat, bourbon maple smash, and more.
With its innovative recipes, practical tips, conversion charts, historical and scientific facts, information on nutritional value, suggestions for storage and sourcing, and above all Mette Nielsen's remarkable photographs, Sweet Nature invites us to fully enjoy these two iconic ingredients from nature's pantry.
Tom Stobart's award-winning Herbs Spices and Flavourings has long been recognized as the authoritative work on the subject. It is a truly amazing source of information covering, alphabetically, over 400 different herbs, spices, and flavorings found throughout the world and based on the extensive notes he made on his travels in 70 countries. Each entry carries detailed descriptions of the origin, history, magical, medicinal, scientific and culinary uses, together with a thorough assessment of tastes and effects of cooking, freezing and pickling. The author assigns the scientific, botanical, native and popular names for given plants and ingredients making exact identification easy and clearing up any confusions which may exist on differing countries' names and usages. No other work in print has ever covered with such exhausting precision this important subject making this work of reference essential for all cooks, gardeners and horticulturists.
From bees in the garden to honey in the kitchen to honey as medicine, this is the ultimate, authoritative guide to nature's sweetest gift. Hattie Ellis, one of the world's foremost experts on the subject, explains how to make the most of this power food, and provides a glossary of different types--including unusual ones like manuka from New Zealand, karoo from South Africa, and heather from Scotland. More than 80 honey recipes feature both the sweet and the savory: puddings, ice creams, and cakes, along with roasts, tarts, barbecue dishes, salads, breads, and drinks.
Filled with recipes for breads, broths, and bold dishes such as Garlic Herb Focaccia, Pork Roast with Garlic and Sage, and Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes, garlic takes center stage in this handy pocket-size book featuring the world's favorite seasoning.
People have been spicing up their foods ever since cooking began. And it's a trend that's heating up all across the country. Now, Dave DeWitt, the esteemed Pope of Peppers, presents his must-have guide to the tastiest and healthiest combos from the worlds of powerful plants and creative cuisine.
Trained nutritionist Vicki Edgson and experienced food writer Heather Thomas set out the origins, nutritional make-up and health benefits of 20 seed varieties before exploring their diverse and delicious culinary uses. With more than 50 recipes that demonstrate the amazing versatility of these small, nutrient-packed ingredients, Amazing Edible Seeds offers numerous ways to enjoy seeds, from sprinkling them over salads or your breakfast bowl, to the more unexpected and adventurous applications to stews, risottos and desserts. The comprehensive list of seeds in the book includes caraway, coriander, hemp, mustard, alfalfa, cardamom, cumin, fenugreek, nigella, pomegranate, vanilla, fennel, poppy, pumpkin, sunflower, buckwheat, chia, flaxseed, quinoa and sesame, all of which are split into specific seeds groups.
The recipes in this book are bursting with flavour and colour, and international in their origins and appeal. There are traditional dishes and old favourites as well as innovative ideas that reflect current food trends. Suggested alternative combinations will inspire you to experiment further, and cater for plant-protein purists as well as those with wider-ranging appetites.
--David Chang, chef/owner of Momofuku You've drizzled the addictively spicy chili sauce over your breakfast eggs, noodles, and French fries, but now it's time to take your Sriracha obsession to bold, new heights. Food writer and trained chef Randy Clemens presents 50 palate-expanding recipes that make the most of Sriracha's savory punch, such as: Spicy Ceviche, Honey-Sriracha Glazed Buffalo Wings, Bacon-Sriracha Cornbread, the Ultimate Sriracha Burger, Peach-Sriracha Sorbet, and more. Named Bon App tit's Ingredient of the Year for 2010, the piquant pure of chili peppers is one of the few kitchen standbys adored by adventurous cooks of all stripes--from star chefs to college freshmen--who appreciate its vibrant, versatile balance of ketchup-like sweetness, garlicky pungency, and just the right amount of spice. Whether you're a die-hard fan or a recent convert to the revered "rooster sauce," you'll love adding heat, depth, and an intriguing Southeast Asian twist to your dishes beyond just a tableside squeeze.