Cooking Specific Foods
A Country Garden Cookbook
Hardcover ISBN: 0002554534
A guide for cooks who love using fresh herbs combines full-color photographs with recipes for a variety of honeys, teas, oils, and spices that contribute to such recipes as Carrot Soup with Onion and Dill Cream, Leg of Lamb with Rosemary and Mustard Glaze.
Every Way for Every Day
Hardcover ISBN: 0789465485
Complemented by more than three hundred full-color photographs, this taste-tempting culinary celebration of pasta introduce 150 original recipes that emphasize fresh, widely available ingredients, convenience, and low-calorie, low-fat dishes.
Pizza on the Grill
100 Feisty Fire-Roasted Recipes For Pizza & More
Paperback ISBN: 1600850065
An innovative compilation of pizza recipes designed to be prepared on the grill features such tempting treats as Maine Event Lobster & Corn Pizza, Kung Pao Cashew Chicken Pizza, Very Cheesy Pizza, and All-American Pepperoni Pizza, as well as an assortment of tasty drink suggestions, appetizers, and salads. Original. 15,000 first printing.
Rosalind Creasy's Recipes From The Garden
200 Exciting Recipes from the Author of the Complete Book of Edible Landscaping
Hardcover ISBN: 0804837686
A new collection of mouth-watering recipes from the author of The Complete Book of Edible Landscaping celebrates the bounty of the garden with two hundred recipes, for both vegetarians and meat eaters, for breakfasts, simple lunches, and special occasion dinners.
The Easy No-Knead Way to Make Spectacular Pizza at Home
Hardcover ISBN: 0307886158
Make homemade pizza that exceeds your wildest expectations—yet couldn't be simpler—with Jim Lahey's groundbreaking no-knead dough and inventive toppings. The secret to incredible pizza is a superb crust—one that is crisp yet chewy, and slightly charred around the edges. Jim Lahey, the baking genius behind New York City's celebrated Sullivan Street Bakery and Co. pizza restaurant, has developed a brilliant recipe that requires no kneading and produces an irresistible crust in any home oven—gas or electric—in fewer than five minutes. My Pizza shares this revolutionary technique and the creative pies that put Co. on the map, as well as recipes for salads, soups, and desserts to make a meal complete. The pizzas in this book aren't your usual, run-of-the-mill pies. In fact, Jim's unique topping pairings—such as Corn and Tomato, Coppa and Fennel, and Potato and Leek—reinvigorate this American favorite. His whimsy is apparent in his Pepperoni Pie, which doesn't include the cured meat we have all come to expect; instead, riffing on “pepperoni
Vegetables from an Italian Garden
Hardcover ISBN: 0714861170
Vegetles from an Italian Garden features 400 delicious recipes showcasing over 40 different kinds of vegetles newly collected by the editors behind the classic Italian cooking bible, The Silver Spoon. Authentic and easy-to-use, the book will reveal how Italians use vegetles year-round to prepare simple yet crowd-pleasing dishes. The book is organized by season in four color-coded sections (Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter) to help you conveniently browse for recipes by time of year. Each season is subdivided into chapters for different vegetles highlighting best-known varieties, appearance, storage and preparation and everything you need to know to maximize flavor and nutritional content. It even includes information on how to plant and harvest each vegetle in your own home garden. Then come the recipes! Each season includes approximately 100 recipes organized further by main vegetle ingredient. For example for Spring, the book reveals how to utilize the best of the season?s bounty with main ingredients including Spinach, Swiss Chard, Wild Greens, Artichokes, Asparagus, Fava Beans, Peas, Radishes, Avocados, Onions and Belgian Endive. Offering something for everyone, two-thirds of the recipes are vegetarian, and the remaining third feature beef, chicken, pork or fish as co-stars and are coded with unique symbols to make pleasing any dietary preference easy. As stated in the book?s introduction by the Editors, ?Italian cuisine is by no means vegetarian, but vegetles play an important and integral role to every meal.?