My Year in Meals / My Year in Cocktails
Hardcover ISBN: 1451659725
From everyday meals to complicated culinary feats, Rachael Ray reveals what she cooked for her own family and friends for one whole year. With My Year in Meals, Rachael Ray invites readers into her own kitchen, offering recipes from her kitchen diary and sharing what she cooked for her own family over the course of a year. From weekday dinners to complex party menus, this book shows a side of Rachael you've never seen before. And for the first time ever, Rachael's husband and manager John Cusimano offers his own personal cocktail recipes. In addition to its lavish illustrations and photographs throughout, Rachael's Year in Meals contains Microsoft tags that connect readers to videos of Rachael demonstrating techniques, sharing cooking tips, and telling personal cooking stories.
Hardcover ISBN: 0811841774
A taste-tempting array of easy-to-prepare, delicious punch recipes to suit any occasion ranges from a quick, refreshing lemonade for summer fun to unique twists on Champagne punch for the holidays, along with innovative variations for preparation with or without alcohol and suggestions on appropriate liquor, decorative accessories, colorful ice rings and cubes, and other seasonal twists. 17,500 first printing.
The Simple Art of Napkin Folding
94 Fancy Folds for Every Tabletop Occasion
Paperback ISBN: 0060934891
Guides to napkin placement, table settings, and stain removal augment instructions for folding napkins in nearly one hundred traditional and innovative styles suitable for formal as well as informal occasions. Reprint.
In the Kennedy Style
Magical Evenings in the Kennedy White House
Hardcover ISBN: 0385489641
Edited by Jacqueline Kennedy's social secretary, an elegant gift book recreates the most memorable evenings in the Kennedy White House through guest lists, recipes, memorabilia, anecdotes from those in attendance, and more than two hundred photographs and illustrations.
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.
A Simple Feast
A Year of Stories & Recipes to Savor & Share
Hardcover ISBN: 1611800323
A real-life fairy tale of a cookbook with stories and recipes that celebrate the seasons, sharing food with friends, and bringing a sense of style to it all. A beautiful cookbook destined to become an heirloom, A Simple Feast presents a year of life in food. Each chapter presents a story--apple picking, snow day, tea party, date night, rooftop barbeque, etc.--and recipes inspired by the whimsy that lies therein. The food here is simple and elegant, taking cues from the bounty of local markets and farms, embodying modern American cooking. This is a playful journey guided by the ever stylish Jewels of New York, who lead the reader through the seasons and the culinary adventures each has to offer.
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).
Rachael Ray's Open House Cookbook
Over 200 Recipes for Easy Entertaining
Paperback ISBN: 1891105310
Originally published in 2000, an early collection of everyday hosting recipes makes recommendations for entertaining large and small parties for a range of occasions, from Sunday breakfasts and mid-week suppers to casual theme parties and holiday gatherings. Reprint.