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Stacks: The Art of Vertical Food
Stacks
The Art of Vertical Food
Paperback      ISBN: 1580080626
Party Food Made Easy
Party Food Made Easy
Paperback      ISBN: 1845373162
Whether it’s a casual get-together over spicy cheese fondue or a celebration featuring caviar, these 150 recipes fill the bill to perfection—offering an assortment of tapas, sushi, canapés, and fondues suitable for all occasions. Each chapter includes a useful section on equipment and key ingredients, plus tips on presentation and garnishes.
The Williams-Sonoma Cookbook
The Williams-Sonoma Cookbook
Hardcover      ISBN: 1416575928
A volume of 370 fan-favorite recipes is a compendium of classic and cutting-edge dishes that encompass a variety of courses and ingredients, in a lavishly designed collection that features an extensively cross-referenced index. 60,000 first printing.
Potluck Paradise: Favorite Fare from Church and Community Cookbooks
Potluck Paradise
Favorite Fare from Church and Community Cookbooks
1st Edition    Paperback      ISBN: 0873516257
Here is the book that answers the age-old question: What should I bring? Foodies Rae Katherine Eighmey and Debbie Miller combed through hundreds of folksy cookbooks--often spiral-bound or homemade --compiled by groups around the Midwest. Then they tested hundreds of the most popular recipes before winnowing the list to 125 of the tastiest crowd-pleasing dishes: treats such as Swedish Tea Ring, Oven Barbecue Spareribs, Blueberry Buckle, and Party Punch. Recipes are organized by course, so it's as easy as pie for the reader to find the perfect dish for the long community table. Seven 1950s menus-with-recipes for gatherings such as a Card Party and a Ladies Club Luncheon will help today's savvy host create memorable retro gatherings for friends and family. Food and entertaining lore gleaned from the cookbooks and the authors' recollections of growing up in the Fabulous Fifties transport readers back to a time when shared food and hospitality reigned supreme. Rae Katherine Eighmey is a food historian who has written several books of recipes and lore, including Hearts and Homes and A Prairie Kitchen (MHS Press). Debbie Miller is a historian and aficionado of community cookbooks who works as a reference specialist at the Minnesota Historical Society. Dave Wood is the author of numerous books about midwestern culture.
Vegan Secret Supper: Bold & Elegant Menus from a Rogue Kitchen
Vegan Secret Supper
Bold & Elegant Menus from a Rogue Kitchen
Paperback      ISBN: 1551524961
The art of the convivial, joyful meal shared with friends and family has evolved in recent years. The growing popularity of dinner clubs and themed potlucks attest to our desire for get-togethers at home that are out of the ordinary; also, temporary pop-ups and secret supper locales (where the address is often kept under wraps) are redefining the notion of the traditional restaurant meal. But where do vegans fit into all this fun for foodies? Vegan Secret Supper is a collection of imaginative, delectable, animal-free recipes by chef Mérida Anderson of VSS (Vegan Secret Supper), a dining club that she has run in Vancouver, Montreal, and New York. At VSS, Mérida creates amazing vegan dishes that prove that sophisticated, spectacular dinner parties do not require the use of animal products. With her focus on menu-planning and simple, seasonal ingredients, she offers readers all the tools they need to create healthy, sumptuous meals, whether it's a dish for a potluck, a romantic dinner for two, or a celebration for twenty. Full-color throughout, the book's recipes include split pea bisque with minted cream; smoked cauliflower on red quinoa tabouli; walnut and roasted yam croquettes with spicy balsamic beet reduction; and chocolate blackberry cashew cheesecake. As well, Mérida offers fantastic tips and insight on how to create your own vegan secret supper club at home. Mérida Anderson is a self-taught chef who became vegan at the age of sixteen. She is also a photographer, visual artist, clothing designer, and musician.
Alice's Cookbook
Alice's Cookbook
Paperback      ISBN: 076277018x
Alice Hart is an exciting and authoritative new young voice on food who loves to share her culinary knowledge with friends. In this book she encourages her generation of 20- and 30- somethings to cook the original, modern food they enjoy to fit the lifestyles they lead. Dip into Alice’s Cookbook in January to find an inspirational New Year brunch, or during August for a vibrant and memorable summer kitchen supper. Each recipe is designed to fit into busy social lives: hands-on cooking times are provided for each dish, menus are adaptable to seasons and availability, and advice is given to scale quantities up or down to feed a crowd (or not).
Zero-Proof Cocktails: Alcohol-Free Beverages for Every Occasion
Zero-Proof Cocktails
Alcohol-Free Beverages for Every Occasion
Hardcover      ISBN: 1580089593
"A collection of 100 recipes for nonalcoholic aperitifs, mocktails, martinis, infusions, and wine alternatives"--Provided by publisher.
What's a Hostess to Do?
What's a Hostess to Do?
Paperback      ISBN: 1579653685
339 Ways to Entertain with Style, Including 98 Recipes for Spectacular Party Food
The Food Stylist's Handbook
The Food Stylist's Handbook
Hardcover      ISBN: 1423606035
Intimate Gatherings: Great Food for Good Friends
Intimate Gatherings
Great Food for Good Friends
Hardcover      ISBN: 0811815757
Designed for readers who want to spend less time in the kitchen and more time with friends, a collection of elegant but easy-to-prepare menus for entertaining two to six guests, based on seasonal ingredients, includes make-it-ahead tips. IP.