Savory Sweet

Author: Beth Dooley
Publisher:
ISBN: 0816699585
Size: 14.58 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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"Let's dispense with the usual old notions of preserving," Beth Dooley suggests, leading us into Mette Nielsen's kitchen, where old-world Danish traditions meld with the freshest ideas and latest techniques to fill the pantry with the best of the season, all year long. Because those seasons can prove especially challenging in the northern heartland, Nielsen's Nordic heritage is handy as she and Dooley show cooks, first-time and experienced canners alike, how to make the most of a short growing season. Their approach combines the brightness and bold flavors of the Nordic cuisines with an emphasis on the local, the practical, and the freshest ingredients to turn each season's produce into a bounty of condiments. From corn salsa to carrot lemon marmalade with ginger and cardamom, crispy pickled red onions to garlic scape pesto with lemon thyme, and caramel apple butter with lemongrass to puttanesca sauce to "Fit for a Queen Jam"--these recipes bring the best of the sweet and the savory to every menu. Low tech, simple, and fast, they eschew hot-water-bath methods in favor of chilling and freezing, keeping flavors and colors bold and bright; and they ease up on sugar to make way for the true savory sweetness of nature's finest food. Savory Sweet is not your grandmother's canning cookbook--but it is likely to be your grandchildren's.

Savory Sweet Life

Author: Alice Currah
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 9780062064066
Size: 14.52 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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A one-of–a-kind cookbook, Savory Sweet Life is a wonderful collection of inventive and playful family recipes that celebrate the everyday moments in life—from birthday parties and family game nights to potlucks and summer backyard barbecues. Alice Currah, whose popular food blog, SavorySweetLife.com, attracts half a million page views every month, now combines warm, personal stories, helpful advice and time-saving tips, and real-life food for those together times that the whole family will love— whether it’s Pulled Pork Tacos and Chocolate Chip Cookies on family game night or Creamy Tomato Soup with Grilled Garlic Cheese Sandwiches and Spiced Gingersnap Cookies on an unexpected snow day.

Crepes

Author: Martha Holmberg
Publisher: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 9781452112848
Size: 10.11 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Martha Holmberg is uniquely equipped to bring crêpes into the home kitchen. Trained at the renowned La Varenne cooking school, she has been a food writer, editor, and cook in the United States, England, and France for the past two decades. Her lifelong love of this favorite food is apparent throughout this collection of 50 sweet and savory recipes, ranging from the simple and snacky Butter-Sugar-Lemon of her teenage years to the crepe cakes and cannelloni of an accomplished cook. Her encouraging instructions and master formulas produce beautiful crepes and tempting sauces and fillings that pay homage to the classics while also playing with ambitious and fascinating flavor combinations and ingredients.

Pies

Author: Caroline Bretherton
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781465412430
Size: 16.33 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Sweet or savory, hot or cold, pie is one of the most universally loved foods, and the subject of DK's new cooking bible, Pies. Filled with recipes for every skill level, Pies is sure to be the go-to book for anyone looking to cook with a crust. This beautiful, practical and authoritative book provides recipes for virtually every type of pie, including family-friendly "meal in one crust" varieties, elegant tarts for formal dining, pop-in-your-mouth pies, pies for picnics and get-togethers, wholesome, savory pies for chilly nights, and light, fresh vegetable quiches for long summer evenings. Whether you want to produce an inexpensive, potato-topped fish pie for the whole family, a rustic rabbit and corn feast for Sunday lunch, or a fabulously decadent sour cherry tart to crown a romantic meal for two, Pies has everything you need to produce the results you want with ease.

Orange Appeal

Author: Jamie Schler
Publisher: Gibbs Smith
ISBN: 9781423646709
Size: 13.51 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Add a little sunshine to every meal with these sweet and savory recipes. Jamie Schler offers a collection of sophisticated and sunny recipes using the most versatile of citrus fruits, the orange, in this beautifully photographed cookbook. She incorporates the juice, zest, and fruit from many varieties of oranges as well as flavorings, extracts, and liqueurs. Schler’s sauces, soups, salads, sides, main dishes, breads, and sweets embody the essence of orange and empress diners with recipes such as Orange Fig Sauce, Orange Braised Belgian Endive with Caramelized Onions and Bacon, Beef in Bourbon Sauce, Glazed Apple and Orange Braid, and Chocolate Orange Marmalade Brownies. Jamie Schler grew up in Florida, surrounded by citrus groves sandwiched between the Atlantic Ocean and the Indian River. As an adult, she left Florida for the university and then traveled through Europe, all the while expanding her horizons and her passion for cooking. Now she writes for two food blogs and has been featured in Fine Cooking, The Kitchn, France Magazine, LivingFrance Magazine, Saveur.com, Gourmet Live, Eat Boutique, Gourmandize, and many other publications. Ilva Beretta is a Swedish photographer based in Tuscany. She specializes in food and still life photography with a predilection for shooting in daylight. Ilva shoots both commercial and editorial photography; on the editorial side she has worked with publishers and magazines like QA International, Art of Eating, Sale & Pepe, Alice Cucina, Mat&Vänner, Condé Nast. She works on location and in her own studio. Ilva has received many important international recognitions among which the most important are winner of the IACP Digital Media Award for Best Photography in 2014, finalist in Sony World Photography Awards and finalist in Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year Awards, both in 2016.

Coffee Cakes

Author: Lou Pappas Seibert
Publisher: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 9781452112770
Size: 12.47 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Trust the author of Biscotti to deliver the secrets of great kuchen in the kitchen! Traditional coffee cakes, delicious new flavors, quick recipes, and more elaborate yeast breadsthey're all here, and they're all perfect for breakfast, brunch, picnics, and desserts. From sweet morning surprises such as Strawberry Coffee Cakes or Sticky Caramel Pinwheels to savories such as Ruby Grape Focaccia or Gruyre Cheese Brioche Braid and treats such as Dark Chocolate-Almond Cake, here are more than 50 simply-can't-go-wrong pleasers. Tips for baking techniques including preferred ingredients, how to manage dough, and how to store and serve coffee cakes are included in this gorgeously photographed collection. Bringing comfort to the table is made easyall it takes is Coffee Cakes!

Tart Love

Author: Holly Herrick
Publisher: Gibbs Smith
ISBN: 9781423618959
Size: 16.47 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Filled with sweet and savory recipes for marvelous little pies, Tart Love is a course in pastry making as well as a guide to using seasonal fruits produce to create scrumptious, palate-pleasing desserts and main-dish tarts.