The new cookbook by the star of Nigella Bites on Style Network--who has her own New York Times Dining section column--featuring summer recipes for the whole year-round. How to Be a Domestic Goddess was a wonderful book about baking, and Nigella Bites featured even more enticing recipes. Now in Forever Summer, Nigella Lawson concocts warm-weather recipes that prolong that lazy summer feeling throughout the entire year. Fresh, innovative, versatile and delicious, Nigella combines her breezy style with delicious food to make an irresistable cookbook. Including succulent Spanish and Italian dishes, Mediterranean roasted vegetables and barbecued sea bass, Moroccan roast lamb and Mauritian prawn curry, to the traditional strawberries-and-cream British desserts, it's all mouthwatering. Other recipes include:
- Vanilla Shortbread
- Srawberry Meringue Layer Cake
- Chicken Salad with Spinach
- Black and Blue Beef
- Rack of Lamb with Mint Salsa
- Flatbread Pizzas
- Happiness Soup
The column started when aspiring newspaper editor Kevin Williams convinced Elizabeth Coblentz, an Old Order Amish wife and mother, to write a weekly cooking column called "The Amish Cook." Each week Elizabeth shared a family recipe and discussed daily life on her Indiana farm, spent with her husband, Ben, and their eight children and 32 grandchildren.
A truly unique collaboration between a simple Amish grandmother and a modern-day newspaperman, The Amish Cook is a poignant and authentic look at a disappearing way of life."
Camille Glen shares the rich heritage of fine Southern cuisine in this lavish collection of 550 delectable recipes. Nostalgically illustrated with over 200 photographs portraying a memorable South, recipes include Washington Waterfront Pickled Shrimp and Very Special Cheese Straws, Sea Island Chowder, Kentucky Burgoo, Piquant Ham with Juniper Berries, Spitted Duck with Kumquats, Fresh Green Pea Pie, Carolina Grits Souffle, and Maryland Crab Cakes. There are scores of breads, including Sour Cream Cornmeal Batter Cakes and the Ultimate Extra-Flaky Biscuit, and 40 recipes for the condiments so dear to the South. Plus, here are no fewer than 90 desserts, including CamilleIs Golden Cointreau Cake, which holds a secret all to itself.
Selection of the "Book-of-the-Month Club," "Book-of-the-Month Cooking & Crafts Club," and main selection of the "Quality Paperback Book Club" and "Better Homes & Gardens Family Book Service." 172,000 copies in print.
From the New York Times food writers who defended lard and demystified gumbo comes a collection of exceptional southern recipes for everyday cooks. The Lee Bros. Southern Cookbook tells the story of the brothers' culinary coming-of-age in Charleston how they triumphed over their northern roots and learned to cook southern without a southern grandmother. Here are recipes for classics like Fried Chicken, Crab Cakes, and Pecan Pie, as well as little-known preparations such as St. Cecilia Punch, Pickled Peaches, and Shrimp Burgers. Others bear the hallmark of the brothers' resourceful cooking style simple, sophisticated dishes like Blackened Potato Salad, Saigon Hoppin' John, and Buttermilk-Sweet Potato Pie that usher southern cooking into the twenty-first century without losing sight of its roots. With helpful sourcing and substitution tips, this is a practical and personal guide that will have readers cooking southern tonight, wherever they live."
In this cookbook and memoir, Isaac Hayes reveals his love of good food and his own cooking talents. From the soul food of his youth -- and the lessons learned at his grandmother's side in the kitchen -- to the healthy cuisine he prefers today, this wide-ranging collection reflects the culinary passions of this enduring, respected and popular personality. But this is much more than a collection of recipes. Sprinkled with reflections and stories from Isaac's life, his thoughts about home, family and living well, the book embodies his belief that food is the "greatest healer' both of the body and the soul. Illustrated with black-and-white photos. Printed two-color throughout.
This ultimate comfort food cookbook (Carolyn Wells, executive director of Kansas City Barbecue Society) discloses a secret recipe for Best Ribs in America--just one of 113 recipes inspired by America's down-home eateries. These represent the best of the best recipes that the award-winning restaurateur has collected over 25 years. Full color.
Over 300 recipes from one of the most respected names in cooking, with black and white line art throughout. With menu selections, a table of weights and measures, even a timetable for cooking various dishes, this book is as informative today as when it was first published, and the recipes, covering everything from appetizer to dessert, include lots of American comfort foods.
A big, ripe cornucopia of a book by gardeners who cook and cooks who garden, Smith & Hawken"The Gardeners' Community Cookbook "celebrates both the Smith & Hawken gardening community and Second Harvest, the largest charitable hunger relief organization in the United States. Over 300 contributors from all 50 states share the fruit and vegetables of their labors--the secrets of their tomatoes and their tomato sauce. There are herb growers. Patio gardeners. Farmers. And famous chef/gardeners and writers, such as Deborah Madison, Alice Waters, Barbara Kafka, Ken Hom, Paula Wolfert, Thomas Keller, and Barbara Damrosch, who forces Belgian endive in buckets under the kitchen sink during bitter Maine winters.
And what they offer are over 400 recipes that give a cross section of creative American garden cooking. Here are garden-to-table dishes: Spinach and Strawberry Salad; Mexican Bruschetta. Seasonal inspirations: Curried Zucchini Soup; Tortellini with Pumpkin Alfredo; Asparagus Mushroom Flan. Prime pickings: Chicken and Chives; New Mexico Chard Enchiladas. And harvest put-ups: Green Tomato Chutney; Sweet Red Bell Pepper Pickle.
Compiled and written by Victoria Wise, this is the cookbook to meet like-minded neighbors and friends you never knew you had, exchanging ideas and recipes just for the pleasure of it.