Instant favourites features more than 100 recipes from morning to night including soups, sides, mains, pasta, desserts, sides plus vegan/vegetarian options for Meatless Mondays. With stunning photography, Instant Favourites also has tips and tricks from two professional chefs (and busy parents) for getting the most out of your pressure cooker.
This is the story of how, armed with nothing but a love of food and the words of the great 20th century food writer M.F.K. Fisher, Jackie Kai Ellis begins a journey - from France to Italy, then the Congo and back again - to find herself. Along the way, she goes to pastry school in Paris, eats the most perfect apricots over the Tuscan hills, watches a family of gorillas grazing deep in the Congolese brush, has her heart broken one last time on a bridge in Lyon, and, ultimately, finds a path to life and joy.
This authorized Instant Pot cookbook offers 100 delicious, sure-to-please recipes for weeknight cooking and beyond. Recipes take advantage of the Instant Pot's many settings, allowing you to perfectly sauté and simmer a variety of dishes with just the push of a button. Long-cooking foods like grains and beans as well as slow stews and braise finish in half the time of stovetop cooking. But other hacks and surprises abound, too - set-it-and-forget it recipes for focaccia, quick pickles, no-oven-required cakes and cheesecakes, and even DIY ricotta.
Showcasing the new talent of Tokyo's vibrant food scene, Andrea Fazzari profiles 31 chefs who are shaping the future of one of the world's most dynamic food cities. Filled with portraits, interviews, and recipes, author Andrea Fazzari explores the changing landscape of food in Tokyo, Japan. A young and charismatic generation is redefining what it means to be a chef in this celebrated food city--
Spicy, tangy, crunchy, and sweet, the dishes in this cookbook range from soups and noodle bowls to main courses with rice and stir-fried vegetables, as well as desserts and fruit drinks. Some recipes are naturally vegetarian while others draw on the full arsenal of Vietnamese herbs, spices, and sauces to make tofu and mushrooms as juicy as any meat filling. Includes a fully illustrated glossary to help readers assemble their own vegetarian Vietnamese pantry.
Latkes. Gnocchi. Aligot. Knishes. Samosas. Munini-imo. Poutine. Potatoes--consumed globally at a rate of about 68 pounds per capita each year--are the stars of some of the world's most beloved dishes. Perhaps this is why most of us tend to underestimate the humble tuber--it's so familiar that we forget its full potato potential. Enter The Potatopia Cookbook, a collection of more than 75 creative potato recipes from Allen Dikker, the CEO and founder of Potatopia, the fast-casual all-potato restaurant that has been featured by the New York Times, the Village Voice, and Eater.com, among others. While the cookbook includes some traditional potato dishes like gnocchi and shepherd's pie, most recipes are innovative creations that reimagine the world's most popular vegetable. Ever thought to make lasagna with paper-thin potato slices instead of noodles? Or prepare truffles with mashed potatoes? Find it all in The Potatopia Cookbook alongside detailed descriptions of potato varieties, potato history, and potato preparation and storage tips. As an added bonus to their popularity, potatoes are naturally gluten-free and--when prepared simply--very nutritious. Along with being fat-, sodium-, and cholesterol-free, potatoes are packed with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. As he did with Potatopia's menu, Dikker highlights these benefits in the cookbook by focusing on recipes that skip the fat in favor of keeping it healthy. The result is a hearty, wholesome celebration of all things potato.--
Claiborne shares soul food and Southern cooking plant-based recipes. She explores the history behind some of the recipes, as well as their innate health benefits. If you've wondered how one can make dandelion, mustard, and turnip greens into nutrition superstars, this is your chance to see how Claiborne infuses these plants with the flavors and the depth that feed the soul.~A collection of soul food and Southern cooking plant-based recipes from the vegan personal chef and popular blogger features such dishes as sweet potato pancakes, miso peachy arugula salad, Cajun blackened tofu sandwich, and strawberry shortcake.
Chefs, Drugs and Rock & Roll transports readers back in time to witness the remarkable evolution of the American restaurant chef in the 1970s and '80s. Taking a rare, coast-to-coast perspective, Andrew Friedman goes inside Chez Panisse and other Bay Area restaurants to show how the politically charged backdrop of Berkeley helped draw new talent to the profession; into the historically underrated community of Los Angeles chefs, inclduing a young Wolfgang Puck and future stars such as Susan Feniger, Mary Sue Milliken, and Nancy Silverton; and into the clash of cultures between established French chefs in New York City and the American game changers behind The Quilted Giraffe, The River Cafe, and other East Coast establishments. We also meet young cooks of the time such as Tom Colicchio and Emeril Lagasse who went on to become household names in their own right. Along the way, the chefs, their struggles, their cliques, and, of course, their restaurants are brought to life in vivid detail. As the '80's unspool, we see the profession evolve as American masters like Thomas Keller rise, and watch the genesis of a chef nation as these culinary pioneers crisscross the country to open restaurants and collaborate on special events, and legendary hangouts like Blue Ribbon become social focal points, all as the industry-altering Food Network shimmers on the horizon.--Page  of cover.
In Always Hungry? renowned endocrinologist Dr. David Ludwig showed us why traditional diets don't work, and how to help you lose weight without hunger, improve your health, and feel great. Now, in Always Delicious, Dr. Ludwig and Dawn Ludwig have created over 100 easy-to-make and tasty recipes that ignore calories and target fat cells directly. Print run 50,000.
Chef Chloe Coscarelli has revolutionized how vegans cook and eat with exciting, plant-based recipes that are fun, full of flavor, and make you feel healthier. When she decided to become a vegan chef, she dreamed of changing the way the world ate. This was in the pre-kale days, when veggie burgers were frozen, tasteless patties loathed by the general public and if a vegan wanted to eat, well, then she had to cook! Today, corner stores stock their shelves with almond milk and mainstream restaurants pepper their menus with quinoa, tempeh, chia seeds, faro, ramps, and so many variations of avocado toast. There is truly no better time to love to eat than now--and no easier time to be a vegan.