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Beautifully Real Food

Author : Sam Murphy
ISBN : 9781911274278
Genre : Cooking
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Many of us, for various reasons, are trying to reduce the amount of meat and dairy in our diets but are reluctant to let go of our favourite foods. When chef Sam Murphy decided to change her lifestyle, originally just to lose weight and have a more balanced diet, she assumed that her days of eating pizzas, burgers and brownies were over. But after experimenting in the kitchen, Sam realized that she could still eat all of those irresistibly indulgent dishes while looking after herself and the world around her. Bringing all of Sam's best recipes together, this incredible collection includes delicious, healthy options for breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as sides, salads, sauces, smoothies and desserts. It features Sam's recipes for: Spaghetti Carbonara Chickpea Chilli Cheese Toasties Loaded Vegan Hot Dogs Salted Caramel Brownies Cookie Dough Cereal The Vegan Big Mac And many, many more. Whether you're looking to go without meat or dairy every day, every week or just once a month, or if you just want to indulge in guilty food without the guilt, Beautifully Real Food is the perfect guide to making meals you can really enjoy.
Category: Cooking

The Simply Real Health Cookbook

Author : Sarah Adler
ISBN : 0692331387
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This stunning collection of a cookbook, by Sarah Adler of loved simplyrealhealth.com, was created for one reason: to simplify healthy eating with real food recipes that are easy, simple and delicious, so that more people can eat better, feel healthier and free up their life for the things that matter most. With 150 beautifully photographed, naturally gluten free and 100% whole food based recipes, this cookbook inspire the way you shop, cook and live- in a easy and approachable way!
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Real Food For Healthy People

Author : Carol D'Anca
ISBN : 0692582703
Genre : Cooking
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Carol D'Anca integrative nutritionist and gourmet cook is reinventing whole food plant based cooking and elevating it to a delicious, elegant and healthful cuisine. Her extraordinary recipes and culinary tips have delighted students at her cooking school, "The Academy of Plant Based Cooking and Nutrition" and are now beautifully presented and artfully photographed in this recipe and resource guide. More than a cookbook, "Real Food for Healthy People" serves as a resource guide for organizing the kitchen, stocking the pantry and learning basic culinary tips that are extremely helpful when preparing a whole food plant based diet. Carol's unique combination of her Mediterranean background, clinical nutritional training and gourmet cooking skills makes this distinctive book a go to staple for plant based cooks.
Category: Cooking

Nigel Slater S Real Food

Author : Nigel Slater
ISBN : 1857029712
Genre : Cooking
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Observer columnist Nigel Slater has chosen his eight favorite foods—potatoes, chicken, sausages, garlic, bread, cheese, ice cream, and chocolate—and sculpted a sensational cookbook around them. For each of the eight he offers a selection of recipes, some from friends and colleagues, including Alastair Little, Rowley Leigh, Peter Gordon, and Nigella Lawson. The book is peppered with short essays on ingredients that bear Slater's trademark dry wit. He is definitely one of Britain's best food writers and his collaboration with photographer Jonathan Lovekin makes this book stand out from the crowd.
Category: Cooking

Raw Food Real World

Author : Matthew Kenney
ISBN : 9780062042484
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 60.10 MB
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Top New York chef and restaurateur Matthew Kenney and his partner, Sarma Melngailis, had been thinking of opening a Moroccan restaurant. But one night they were invited to a raw food restaurant -- and it changed their lives. They instead opened Pure Food and Wine, a restaurant devoted to creative, tasty raw food, and it has been drawing rave reviews. Dishes such as Zucchini and Green Zebra Tomato Lasagne, Golden Squash Pasta with Black Summer Truffles, and Dark Chocolate Ganache Tart with Vanilla Cream have given raw food a sexy new appeal. The decision to go raw was shocking at first for these two ex-carnivorous chefs, but they soon found that preparing and eating raw food made them and their guests feel their physical best. Melngailis noticed a difference almost immediately -- "Light, clean, natural, and alive foods make you feel light, clean, and more alive. And sexy." This new way of life has changed their outlook on eating and cooking and connects them to the world around them. As Kenney says, "Raw foods and the lifestyle associated with it are so compelling and complex that we will be forever learning and growing. Already it seems that we have discovered some of the magic that life offers." In this lushly photographed book, Kenney and Melngailis share some of that magic -- and show that preparing and eating raw does not mean bland, unsatisfying, or impossibly time-consuming meals. Using dehydrating, Vita-Mix blending, a nuanced understanding of spices, and unprecedented creativity, they explore a whole new outlook on raw food that transfers beautifully and easily from their kitchen to yours -- no matter what your present diet. And you'll immediately begin to reap the benefits of healthful, delicious, life-giving raw food.
Category: Cooking

Beautifully Broken Pieces

Author : Catherine Cowles
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Genre : Fiction
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A woman who’s lost everything. Taylor is looking for peace and quiet away from the memories of all she’s lost. A small mountain town where no one knows her seems like the perfect escape. A man battling the ghosts of his past. Walker loves his life just the way it is. His town, his family, his brothers in blue. Everything simple and easy—until a chance encounter changes it all. When Taylor’s solitude is interrupted by the rugged cop, they find that the very thing they were avoiding might be just what they both need. As their iron wills clash and passion flares…a killer lurks. And you never know who might be caught in the crosshairs. ****** Read what others are saying about Beautifully Broken Pieces: "A small town romance that gripped me from the very first page. I fell in love with these characters, with the writing, and with this unexpected story. I can't recommend it enough!" - Alessandra Torre, New York Times Bestseller “Heartwarming, romantic and with an added bit of suspense, Beautifully Broken Pieces had me glued to every page! Catherine Cowles, meet your newest super fan.” - Devney Perry, USA Today Bestseller Read what others are saying about Catherine Cowles: “Cowles writes fresh, addicting, and intensely beautiful stories!” - Susan Stoker, New York Times Bestseller "Catherine Cowles has a way of pulling the reader into the world she has created and leaves you there for days after you have read the last page." - Kelly Elliott, New York Times Bestseller Read what reviewers are saying about Beautifully Broken Pieces: “Fans of Kristen Ashley and Devney Perry will really love this one.” - Garden of REden Book Blog “A tender, steamy and poignant love story with a healthy dose of cleverly-plotted mystery and suspense that will keep you guessing until the very end...absolutely fantastic.” - Mary Dube, Frolic "If you're a fan of heartwarming small town romances, do I have a great new book and author for you!!! After spending the weekend discovering Catherine Cowles' writing for the very first time, I walked away knowing I would read every single thing this talented new author ever writes." - Natasha is a Book Junkie "There aren’t enough stars in the world for what this book deserves because Beautifully Broken Pieces deserves every last star in the universe.” - Red Hatter Book Blog *** Perfect for readers of Kristen Ashley, Nora Roberts, and Devney Perry.
Category: Fiction

Real Food Heals

Author : Seamus Mullen
ISBN : 9780735213869
Genre : Cooking
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Healthy cooking reinvented by top chef Seamus Mullen, with over 125 Paleo-inspired recipes designed to revitalize your health every day. In the high-end food world, “healthy cooking” has long been taboo. But as one of the only high-profile chefs today guided by the understanding that the food we eat has a deep impact on our health, Seamus Mullen has rewritten the old rule that healthy can’t be delicious. Seamus’s powerful transformation came out of his own health crisis—after a near-death experience brought on by autoimmune disease he’d struggled with for years, he radically changed the way he cooked, both at his restaurants and at home. As a result, the biomarkers of disease disappeared and the constant trips to the ER he experienced while he was sick have come to an end. But what Seamus has been surprised to discover is that this new way of eating—dishes starring real, whole foods such as vegetables and fruits, meats used as garnishes, whole grains, fermented foods, and no refined sugar or gluten—has not only controlled his disease but has also made his body feel younger, stronger, and more energized every day. It is his mission to share his brand of cooking with readers everywhere to inspire them to shift their diets and truly redefine what “healthy eating” can and should be. A powerful manifesto with Seamus’s moving journey at its heart, Real Food Heals is packed with 125 easy-to-prepare, Paleo-inspired, and nourishing recipes packed with delicious whole food ingredients, including Kefir Scrambled Eggs with Grated Garlic; Nori Rolls with Olive Oil, Tuna, Avocado, and Sprouts; and Fig Almond Cacao Nib bars. Complete with a 21-day jump-start meal plan, this unique cookbook will help everyone prepare healthy, irresistible food with big flavors every day and put them on the path to total wellness.
Category: Cooking

Vegetable Kingdom

Author : Bryant Terry
ISBN : 9780399581052
Genre : Cooking
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“Phenomenal . . . transforms the kitchen into a site for creating global culinary encounters, this time inviting us to savor Afro-Asian vegan creations.”—Angela Y. Davis, distinguished professor emerita at the University of California Santa Cruz More than 100 beautifully simple recipes that teach you the basics of a great vegan meal centered on real food, not powders or meat substitutes—from the James Beard Award-winning chef and author of Afro-Vegan Food justice activist and author Bryant Terry breaks down the fundamentals of plant-based cooking in Vegetable Kingdom, showing you how to make delicious meals from popular vegetables, grains, and legumes. Recipes like Dirty Cauliflower, Barbecued Carrots with Slow-Cooked White Beans, Millet Roux Mushroom Gumbo, and Citrus & Garlic-Herb-Braised Fennel are enticing enough without meat substitutes, instead relying on fresh ingredients, vibrant spices, and clever techniques to build flavor and texture. The book is organized by ingredient, making it easy to create simple dishes or showstopping meals based on what’s fresh at the market. Bryant also covers the basics of vegan cooking, explaining the fundamentals of assembling flavorful salads, cooking filling soups and stews, and making tasty grains and legumes. With beautiful imagery and classic design, Vegetable Kingdom is an invaluable tool for plant-based cooking today. Advance praise for Vegetable Kingdom “In the great Black American tradition of the remix and doing what you can with what you got, my friend Bryant Terry goes hard at vegetables with a hip-hop eye and a Southern grandmama’s nature. To paraphrase Maya Angelou, Bryant wants us to know that once we know vegetables better, we will cook vegetables better. He ain’t lyin’.”—W. Kamau Bell, comedian, author, and host of the Emmy Award–winning series United Shades of America “[Terry’s] perspective is casual and family-oriented, and the book feels personal and speaks to a wide swath of cooks . . . each dish comes with a recommended soundtrack, completing his mission to provide an immersive, joyful experience.”—Publishers Weekly (starred review)
Category: Cooking

Ciderhouse Cookbook

Author : Jonathan Carr
ISBN : 9781612129419
Genre : Cooking
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Inspired by the full flavors produced from their idyllic ciderhouse in the heart of a rustic New England apple orchard, Jonathan Carr and Nicole Blum’s recipes, developed in collaboration with chef Andrea Blum, celebrate the versatility of fresh cider in all its forms. Ciderhouse Cookbook teaches home cooks how to make a full array of traditional cider products, including cider syrups, molasses, vinegars, shrubs, and switchels, as well as apple preserves. The 127 cider-enriched recipes that follow are simple yet elegant, ranging from Oven-Roasted Asparagus with Garlicky Apple Vinaigrette to Braised Lamb Stew with Apples, Switchel, and Yogurt Mint Sauce; Cider Mimosas; Apple Pommeau Cake; and Crêpes with Fried Apples and Cider Caramel Sauce. With beautiful photography that captures the ambiance of the ciderhouse, this book is a deliciously loving tribute to America’s favorite fruit. This publication conforms to the EPUB Accessibility specification at WCAG 2.0 Level AA.
Category: Cooking

The Blue Ducks Real Food

Author : Darren Robertson
ISBN : 9781743539781
Genre : Cooking
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This is a specially formatted fixed layout ebook that retains the look and feel of the print book. Professional chefs, wannabe farmers and flavour seekers, Darren Roberston and Mark LaBrooy are passionate about growing, sourcing and making their own food. In this quirky and fresh take on cooking with wholefoods, Mark and Darren share more than 80 delicious recipes, based around whole grains, free-range meat, sustainable seafood, fresh vegetables and fruit, and nuts and seeds. All of their dishes are bursting with flavour, colour and goodness. The book also features a series of how-to sections, showing you how easy it is to create your own basics from scratch. Learn how to make yoghurt, flavoured vinegars and salts, smoked salmon, beef jerky and fermented veggies such as sauerkraut and kimchi. There's a comprehensive user's guide to grains, nuts and seeds, as well as sections on cooking with spices (you can't beat a good curry night!), using secondary cuts of meat in your recipes, simple ways to cook whole fish, preserving foods, cold-pressed juices etc.
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Eat The Little Book Of Fast Food

Author : Nigel Slater
ISBN : 9780007526161
Genre : Cooking
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From the BBC One presenter and author of ‘The Kitchen Diaries’, this beautiful and easy-to-use book contains over 600 recipe ideas and is your essential go-to for what to cook every day.
Category: Cooking

A Real Food Alphabet

Author : Sandrine Perez
ISBN : 0578402386
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This book was created by Sandrine Perez of Nourishing Our Children to teach children about some of our most sacred traditional food while they learn the alphabet from A to Z.
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Arranging Food Beautifully

Author : Susan E. Mitchell
ISBN : PSU:000043624355
Genre : Cooking
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Quantity food presentation made easy . . . and irresistible! When it comes to preparing and presenting food in quantity, having limited time or resources doesn t have to mean limiting the imagination if you know the secrets of Arranging Food Beautifully. This unique guide equips you with a stunning array of practical and effective techniques for presenting hot and cold food attractively on trays, buffets, and steam table lines. Expertly blending art and skill, it shares countless ideas on how to use color, composition, texture, props, and garnishes to enhance the presentation of items from every part of the menu. Whether you work in a catering, deli, institutional, hospitality, or other foodservice setting, you ll delight in these simple suggestions that take minutes and cost pennies. Clear step-by-step instructions, plus dozens of how-to illustrations and photographs make the job easy, and taste panel approved recipes show you exactly how to get started. From tasteful touches to bold thematic inspiration, you ll find a cornucopia of creative possibilities in Arranging Food Beautifully.
Category: Cooking

The Biodynamic Food And Cookbook

Author : Wendy E. Cook
ISBN : 1905570015
Genre : Cooking
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Illustrated with hundreds of color photographs, "The Biodynamic Food & Cookbook" explains the principles behind biodynamic methods and places it in the context of food and cooking through the ages. Included are supplementary sections on breads, sauces, salads, desserts, drinks, and much more.
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My L L

Author : Linda Hunter
ISBN : 9780988974616
Genre : Drama
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Linda Hunter alias "The Phantom" a behind the scenes, acclaimed ghostwriter of numerous best sellers, delivers an enthralling composition. This extraordinary story of romance, compassion, and the fight to withstand the obstacles of life, is a thought-provoking epic that will make up one's mind to live your dreams.
Category: Drama

The 150 Healthiest Comfort Foods On Earth

Author : Jonny Bowden
ISBN : 9781610581363
Genre : Cooking
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“This book tantalizes my taste buds and is everything I love—real comfort food that is as nutritious as it is delicious!” —Holly Clegg, author of the trim&TERRIFIC® cookbook series Feel good about satisfying your craving for comfort food! You can now savor the taste—and healthiness—of warm, delicious, and comforting classics including mac ’n cheese, lasagna, chicken nuggets, pancakes, potato skins, and shepherd’s pie, thanks to acclaimed nutritionist Jonny Bowden, Ph.D., C.N.S., and whole foods chef Jeannette Bessinger, C.H.H.C. The two transform 150 comfort food favorites into good-for-you dishes without sacrificing an ounce of taste by: - cutting back on sugar to lower blood sugar impact - increasing fiber and protein - boosting nutrients with added fruits and vegetables - focusing on higher-quality fats such as olive oil - reducing calories by reducing overall fat The result? Delicious new classics such as: Fresh Phyllo Chicken Pot Pie; Higher-Protein, Lower-Cal Creamy Fettuccini Alfredo; Whole-Grain Home-Grilled Pizza; Satisfying Real-Food Pumpkin Pancakes; Lower-Cal Loaded Potato Skins; and Grass-Fed Italian Feta Meatballs in Tomato Sauce. Your taste buds—and your health—will thank you!
Category: Cooking

Back To The Kitchen

Author : Freddie Prinze Jr.
ISBN : 9781623366926
Genre : Cooking
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Most people know Freddie Prinze Jr. from movies (She's All That, Scooby Doo, Star Wars Rebels) and as one half of beloved Hollywood power couple with Sarah Michelle Gellar. But to family, friends, and co-stars he's always been a terrific father and skilled home cook who prepares delicious meals for his family every night. Freddie grew up in New Mexico cooking with his mother and eating dishes with a ton of flavor and spice from his Puerto Rican heritage. His eggs come New Mexico style, served with from-scratch biscuits and green-chile gravy. His tacos are the real deal: soft tortillas, homemade salsa, filled with steak layered with quick-pickled cucumbers, or spicy fish dressed with watermelon and thai chiles. Now in his family-focused cookbook, Freddie teaches fans to cook his mainstays, the recipes that he makes on even the busiest weeknights, as well as more luxurious date night meals. With personal family photos from Freddie and Sarah's beautiful LA home and Freddie's hilarious stories about the life of an actor, husband, and father in Hollywood, Back to the Kitchen shares more than just recipes. It's an inside look at a beloved movie and TV personality who has acted, cooked, and eaten his way around the world.
Category: Cooking

Food As Medicine Everyday

Author : Nd Julie Briley
ISBN : 0977143562
Genre : Diet therapy
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"Food as medicine" is a powerful approach to health and healing, intimately woven into naturopathic medical education. "Food As Medicine Everyday: Reclaim Your Health With Whole Foods" is thoroughly researched, beautifully written and elegantly illustrated. Dr. Jackson and Dr. Briley remind us that poor dietary choices are a major element in the exploding issues of chronic disease. They also remind us that food is medicine, and a big part of the solution. "Drs. Julie Briley and Courtney Jackson have filled an enormous gap in the field of medical nutrition. They offer for the first time a well documented, but easy-to-read, pathway to healthy eating that can be trusted by everyone." -Kent Thornburg, PhD Director, Bob and Charlee Moore Institute of Nutrition and Wellness, Oregon Health & Science University "Drs. Briley and Jackson make critically needed connections between food choices and the real world dangers of illness that will provoke both thought and lifestyle changes. Their simple to follow and effective eating plan, including recipes, makes sense for anyone. Health seekers will treasure this delightful book, because it offers a compelling avenue for improved vigor and vitality." -Jessica Black, ND." Author of "The Anti-Inflammation Diet and Recipe Book" and "The Freedom Diet." "We have lost our way when it comes to the basic need of feeding ourselves and our families. We are inundated with conflicting advice about what we should and should not eat. Now, we have a source of solid information that helps us understand how to eat and its impact on our health. Read this book to learn how to bring real food back into your life in a delicious way." -Chef Alphonso Rosas, CCP The Organic Chef ""Food As Medicine Everyday" complements the theory of inflammation which is the basic mechanism that triggers our most urgent health threats: heart attack and stroke. The best way to treat cardiovascular disease is to prevent it by taking ownership of our health through disciplined lifestyle choices. Thank you Dr. Jackson and Dr. Briley for providing elegant education and credible insight with helpful tools for making healthy choices." -Tracy Stevens, MD Cardiologist, Saint Luke's Mid America Heart Institute Medical Director of Muriel I. Kauffman Women's Heart Center "To avoid illness and early death, we will have to rediscover the importance of real nutrients in whole foods. Drs. Briley and Jackson's guide is excellent for anyone committing to health through good food. Going back to our roots can scoot us ahead." -Jonn Matsen, ND Author of "Eating Alive: Prevention Thru Good Digestion," "Eating Alive II: Curing the Incurable, The Secrets to Great Health." ""Food As Medicine Everyday" is not a diet book, but a clearly written guide to improve well-being by making healthy lifestyle choices. This phenomenal tool provides strategies needed for a balanced approach to eating. Everyone should read this. The evidence is clear--food and nutrition significantly impact our health." -Andrew Erlandsen, ND Chair, Graduate Nutrition Program, NCNM"
Category: Diet therapy

The Spirit Of Food

Author : Leslie Leyland Fields
ISBN : 9781608995929
Genre : Religion
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You are invited to a feast for the senses and the spirit! Thirty-four adventurous writers open their kitchens, their recipe files, and their hearts to illustrate the many unexpected ways that food draws us closer to God, to community, and to creation. All bring a keen eye and palette to the larger questions of the role of food--both its presence and its absence--in the life of our bodies and spirits. Their essays take us to a Canadian wheat farm, a backyard tomato garden in Cincinnati, an organic farm in Maine; into a kosher kitchen, a line of Hurricane Katrina survivors as they wait to be fed, a church basement for a thirty-hour fast; inside the translucent layers of an onion that transport us to a meditation on heaven, to a church potluck, and to many other places and ways we can experience sacramental eating. In a time of great interest and equal confusion over the place of food in our lives, this rich collection, which includes personal recipes, will delight the senses, feed the spirit, enlarge our understanding, and deepen our ability to "eat and drink to the glory of God." Contributors Include: Alexander Schmemman, Alissa Herbaly Coons, Amy Frykholm, Andre Dubus, Ann Voskamp, Brian Volck, Caroline Langston, Deborah Leiter Nyabuti, Denise Frame Harlan, Fred Raynaud, Gary LeBlanc, Gina Ochsner, Hannah Faith Notess, Jacqueline Rhodes, Jeanne Murray Walker, Jeremy Clive Huggins, K. C. Lee, Kelton Cobb, Kirstin Vander Giessen-Rietsma, Laura Bramon Good, Lauren Winner, LaVonne Neff, Luci Shaw, Margaret Hathaway, Mary Kenagy Mitchell, Nancy J. Nordenson, Patty Kirk, Robert Farrar Capon, Stephan and Karen Baldwin, Suzanne Wolfe, Thomas Maltman, Vinita Hampton Wright, Wendell Berry
Category: Religion

Paleo

Author : Elizabeth Marsh
ISBN : 1922178551
Genre : Diet therapy
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A beginner's guide to eating paleo meals Paleo provides a clear and impactful introduction to the Paleo diet and aims to educate and inspire readers to clean out their cupboards and reset their lives with nourishing, healthful and whole foods based on those consumed prior to the industrial revolution. The 55 beautifully photographed recipes included will provide practical advice and encouragement to keep readers on track and informed.
Category: Diet therapy