An examination of the historical, gender, race and class implications of meat culture, making the links between the practice of butchering/eating animals and the maintenance of male dominance. This tenth anniversary edition includes a new preface by Carol Adams that answers the question she is most often asked: why did you write this book? Adams also discusses new developments in feminist thought and animal rights, and updates the statistics and information provided.
Good bread needs more than just flour and water, milk, or eggs. It requires nurturing and care.In this twenty-fifth anniversary edition of the international best-seller that started a generation of Americans baking, Ed Brown shows how to make--and enjoy--breads, pastries, muffins, and desserts for today's sophisticated palates. And in a new afterword, he reflects on the widespread influence of the book and offers five new recipes.
A classic of reportage, Oranges was first conceived as a short magazine article about oranges and orange juice, but the author kept encountering so much irresistible information that he eventually found that he had in fact written a book. It contains sketches of orange growers, orange botanists, orange pickers, orange packers, early settlers on Florida's Indian River, the first orange barons, modern concentrate makers, and a fascinating profile of Ben Hill Griffin of Frostproof, Florida who may be the last of the individual orange barons. McPhee's astonishing book has an almost narrative progression, is immensely readable, and is frequently amusing. Louis XIV hung tapestries of oranges in the halls of Versailles, because oranges and orange trees were the symbols of his nature and his reign. This book, in a sense, is a tapestry of oranges, too--with elements in it that range from the great orangeries of European monarchs to a custom of people in the modern Caribbean who split oranges and clean floors with them, one half in each hand.
An edgy, sexy, and practical guide to making and presenting raw meals that entice and satisfy any type of diet
In this lushly illustrated book, chef Matthew Kenney and Sarma Melngailis will show readers that raw food does not mean bland, unsatisfying meals. By teaching new skills such as dehydrating, Vita-Mix blending, and a nuanced understanding of spices, this book will explore a whole new outlook on dining that transfers beautifully and easily from their acclaimed kitchen to yours. They also address the positives of eating raw food, and how you can benefit from them even if you don't plan to keep strictly to raw food, and they take us to meet some of the zany characters from the raw food universe. A more practical version of Raw, with the sexier feeling of Marco Pierre White's White Heat, Raw Food Real World is destined to become a top-shelf cookbook classic for lovers of colorful, flavorful, inventive, and healthy food.
The new star of the culinary galaxy is South Florida, declares The New York Times. And no wonder. Out of America's tropical melting pot comes an inventive cuisine bursting with flavor--and now Steven Raichlen, an award-winning food writer, shares the best of it in Miami Spice. With 200 recipes and firsthand reports from around the state, Miami Spice captures the irresistible convergence of Latin, Caribbean, and Cuban influences with Florida's cornucopia of stone crabs, snapper, plantains, star fruit, and other exotic native ingredients (most of which can be found today in supermarkets around the country).Main selection of the Book-of-the-Month Club's HomeStyle Books. Winner of a 1993 IACP/Julia Child Cookbook Award.
From garden to grill to fork, nothing tastes better than freshly harvested vegetables grilled to perfection alongside savory meats and plump grilled fruits. The Gardener & the Grill is the grilling guide for gardeners, seasonal eaters, and "flexitarians" everywhere, and anyone enamored of the powers of the grill - not just during the summer months, but all year long Keep the grill hot long after summer's finished with recipes like:
- Planked Butternut Squash with Sage and Brie
- Grilled Gazpacho
- a Blackened Fish Po'Boy with Grilled Green Onion Mayonnaise
- Pizza Primavera
- Wood-Grilled Shrimp and Yellow Peppers
- Tandoori Turkey Burgers
- Grill-Baked Apples with Cinnamon Nut Stuffing
This book includes 150 recipes for creating delicious salads and dressings using organic, locally grown ingredients. Recipes include Apple and Roasted Beet Salad with Fruit, Nuts, Gorgonzola, and Watercress; Green Apple Sassy Slaw with Crisp Apple Maple Dressing; Pear and Grape Salad with Big Woods Blue Cheese and Concord Grapes; Pecan-Crusted Goat Cheese and Micro Greens with Crisp Apple Maple-Brushed Crostini; Chilled Moroccan Couscous Salad; Curry Chicken and Apricot Salad; Harvest Moon Salad; and many more. Sixty color photos and colorful illustrations from the author accompany the recipes. Sidebars and tips for green ways to prepare salads are included.