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In The Kitchen

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ISBN : OCLC:1080642949
Genre : Cooking
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"Bay Area diners are among the most food-savvy anywhere. Eating out here spans everything from food trucks to four-star experiences, introducing diners to the breadth of cultures that make this place so special. For more than three decades, the Chronicle's Food section has enlightened readers wtih recipes ans stories at the intersection of food and culture. Thirty years ago, the trend was fusion food. Today, chefs are embracing dishes that distincltly reflect their heritage. We asked more than 30 Bay Area pros to share their signature recipes. This collection reflects the diversity of cuisins that make up California cooking today..."--
Category: Cooking

Goddess In The Kitchen

Author : Margie Lapanja
ISBN : 1573241156
Genre : Cooking
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Recipes blending attitude, sensuality, and appetite for life include fare for picnics, holiday feasts, and intimate snacking
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Samhain In The Kitchen

Author : David Springer
ISBN : 9781411636705
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Ruephaus, the Blue Dragon's guide to Fairy Mound Cooking. A first cookbook for children. Fun recipes that can be used by small children with supervision. Also pictures of each recipe to color.
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Science Magic In The Kitchen

Author : Richard Robinson
ISBN : 0199111545
Genre : Magic tricks
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Helps to find out about everyday science, while performing as a magician, and dazzle your friends and family. This book uses objects to be found in a different room in the house, to explain some basic scientific principles through magic 'tricks', or experiments. It is complemented with cartoon illustrations.
Category: Magic tricks

Voices In The Kitchen

Author : Meredith E. Abarca
ISBN : 1585445312
Genre : Social Science
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“Literally, chilaquiles are a breakfast I grew up eating: fried corn tortillas with tomato-chile sauce. Symbolically, they are the culinary metaphor for how working-class women speak with the seasoning of their food.”—from the Introduction Through the ages and across cultures, women have carved out a domain in which their cooking allowed them to express themselves, strengthen family relationships, and create a world of shared meanings with other women. In Voices in the Kitchen, Meredith E. Abarca features the voices of her mother and several other family members and friends, seated at their kitchen tables, to share the grassroots world view of these working-class Mexican and Mexican American women. In the kitchen, Abarca demonstrates, women assert their own sazón (seasoning), not only in their cooking but also in their lives. Through a series of oral histories, or charlas culinarias (culinary chats), the women interviewed address issues of space, sensual knowledge, artistic and narrative expression, and cultural and social change. From her mother’s breakfast chilaquiles to the most elaborate traditional dinner, these women share their lives as they share their savory, symbolic, and theoretical meanings of food. The charlas culinarias represent spoken personal narratives, testimonial autobiography, and a form of culinary memoir, one created by the cooks-as-writers who speak from their kitchen space. Abarca then looks at writers-as-cooks to add an additional dimension to the understanding of women’s power to define themselves. Voices in the Kitchen joins the extensive culinary research of the last decade in exploring the importance of the knowledge found in the practical, concrete, and temporal aspects of the ordinary practice of everyday cooking.
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Alone In The Kitchen With An Eggplant

Author : Jenni Ferrari-Adler
ISBN : 9781101217627
Genre : Cooking
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In this delightful and much buzzed-about essay collection, 26 food writers like Nora Ephron, Laurie Colwin, Jami Attenberg, Ann Patchett, and M. F. K. Fisher invite readers into their kitchens to reflect on the secret meals and recipes for one person that they relish when no one else is looking. Part solace, part celebration, part handbook, Alone in the Kitchen with an Eggplant offers a wealth of company, inspiration, and humor—and finally, solo recipes in these essays about food that require no division or subtraction, for readers of Gabrielle Hamilton's Blood, Bones & Butter and Tamar Adler's The Everlasting Meal. Featuring essays by: Steve Almond, Jonathan Ames, Jami Attenberg, Laura Calder, Mary Cantwell, Dan Chaon, Laurie Colwin, Laura Dave, Courtney Eldridge, Nora Ephron, Erin Ergenbright, M. F. K. Fisher, Colin Harrison, Marcella Hazan, Amanda Hesser, Holly Hughes, Jeremy Jackson, Rosa Jurjevics, Ben Karlin, Rattawut Lapcharoensap, Beverly Lowry, Haruki Murakami, Phoebe Nobles, Ann Patchett, Anneli Rufus and Paula Wolfert. View our feature on the essay collection Alone in the Kitchen with an Eggplant.
Category: Cooking

The Herbalist In The Kitchen

Author : Gary Allen
ISBN : 9780252090394
Genre : Cooking
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The foodie's ultimate herbal encyclopedia Created as the ideal reference for anyone with a serious interest in cooking with herbs, spices, or related plant materials, The Herbalist in the Kitchen is truly encyclopedic in scope. It provides complete information about the uses, botany, toxicity, and flavor chemistry of herbs, as well as a listing for nearly every name that an ingredient is known by around the world. Even including herbs and spices not yet seen in the United States (but likely to be featured in recipes for adventurous cooks soon), The Herbalist in the Kitchen is organized into one hundred and four sections, each consisting of a single botanical family. The book provides all available information about the chemical compounds responsible for a plant's characteristic taste and scent, which allows cooks to consider new subtleties and potential alternatives. For instance, the primary flavoring ingredient of cloves is eugenol; when a cook knows that bay leaves also contain eugenol, a range of exciting substitutions becomes clear. The Herbalist in the Kitchen also provides guidance about measuring herbs, enabling readers to understand the dated measuring standards from antique cookbooks. A volume in The Food Series, edited by Andrew W. Smith
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Authors In The Kitchen

Author : Sharron L. McElmeel
ISBN : 1591582385
Genre : Cooking
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Stir up a batch of storybook treats with recipes contributed by 50 beloved children's authors, and learn more about their lives and work.
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Cows In The Kitchen

Author : Carol Kaplan-Lyss
ISBN : 9780787711276
Genre : Education
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Bring the Eastern European folktale to life with this boisterous musical play! Mama and Papa seek advice from Goo Roo (the town?s guru) when they realize that their house is too loud. Children will love to reenact the silly solution that Goo Roo provides. Hours of extension activities are provided to continue learning throughout preparation and performance. The included CD contains songs with lyrics that children will want to sing again and again, along with piano accompaniment only.
Category: Education

Writing In The Kitchen

Author : David A. Davis
ISBN : 9781626742109
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Scarlett O’Hara munched on a radish and vowed never to go hungry again. Vardaman Bundren ate bananas in Faulkner’s Jefferson, and the Invisible Man dined on a sweet potato in Harlem. Although food and stories may be two of the most prominent cultural products associated with the South, the connections between them have not been thoroughly explored until now. Southern food has become the subject of increasingly self-conscious intellectual consideration. The Southern Foodways Alliance, the Southern Food and Beverage Museum, food-themed issues of Oxford American and Southern Cultures, and a spate of new scholarly and popular books demonstrate this interest. Writing in the Kitchen explores the relationship between food and literature and makes a major contribution to the study of both southern literature and of southern foodways and culture more widely. This collection examines food writing in a range of literary expressions, including cookbooks, agricultural journals, novels, stories, and poems. Contributors interpret how authors use food to explore the changing South, considering the ways race, ethnicity, class, gender, and region affect how and what people eat. They describe foods from specific southern places such as New Orleans and Appalachia, engage both the historical and contemporary South, and study the food traditions of ethnicities as they manifest through the written word.
Category: Literary Criticism

Authenticity In The Kitchen

Author : Richard Hosking
ISBN : 9781903018477
Genre : Cooking
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The Oxford Symposium on Food on Cookery continues to be the premier English conference on this topic, gathering academics, professional writers and amateurs from Britain, the USA, Australia and many other countries to discuss contributions on a single agreed topic. Forty seven papers are contributed by authors from Britain and abroad including the food writers Caroline Conran, Fuchsia Dunlop, William Rubel and Colleen Taylor Sen; food historians and academics including Ursula Heinzelmann, Sharon Hudgins, Bruce Kraig, Valery Mars, Charles Perry and Susan Weingarten. The subjects range extremely widely from the food of medieval English and Spanish jews; wild boar in Europe; the identity of liquamen and other Roman sauces; the production of vinegar in the Philippines; the nature of Indian restaurant food; and food in 19th century Amsterdam.
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In The Kitchen

Author : Monica Ali
ISBN : 9781409081913
Genre : Fiction
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At the once-splendid Imperial Hotel, chef Gabriel Lightfoot is trying to run a tight kitchen. But his integrity and his sanity are under constant challenge from an exuberantly multinational staff, a gimlet-eyed hotel management, and business partners with whom he is planning a new venture. Despite the pressure, his hard work looks set to pay off. Until the discovery of a porter's dead body in the kitchen appears to tip the scales. It is a small death, a lonely death - but it is enough to disturb the tenuous balance of Gabe's life. In The Kitchen is Monica Ali's stunning follow up to Brick Lane. It is both the portrait of a man pushed to the edge, and a wry and telling look into the melting pot which is our contemporary existence. It confirms Monica Ali not only as a great modern storyteller but also an acute observer of the dramas of modern life.
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Cord In The Kitchen

Author : Malio Valente
ISBN : 9781499071382
Genre : Fiction
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This story is about a thirteen-year-old boy who finds himself living with a family of people who are half Native American and half European. The boy had been abandoned by his birth parents, and he had become a member of Oregon’s Foster Care System. He has difficulty adjusting to his life in foster care and almost finds himself being sent to reform school, but his best friend ever, Kenny Proud-foot Schneider, saves him from being sent to reform school. Frankie Martin follows his nose and his heart, and with the help of God and his guardian angel, he finds himself working at a reform school as a mechanical drawing teacher, where he discovers a startling fact about himself.
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In The Kitchen

Author : Sharon Parsons
ISBN : 0748758690
Genre : Kitchens
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Murder In The Kitchen

Author : Alice B. Toklas
ISBN : 9780141965901
Genre : Cooking
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In this memoir-turned-cookbook, Alice B. Toklas describes her life with partner Gertrude Stein and their famed Paris salon, which entertained the great avant-garde and literary figures of their day. With dry wit and characteristic understatement Toklas ponders the ethics of killing a carp in her kitchen before stuffing it with chestnuts; decorating a fish to amuse Picasso at lunch; and travelling across France during the First World War in an old delivery truck, gathering local recipes along the way. She includes a friend's playful recipe for 'Haschiche Fudge', which promises 'brilliant storms of laughter and ecstatic reveries', much like her book.
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Men In The Kitchen

Author : Petia Draganova
ISBN : 9781304786999
Genre : Cooking
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This book is totally directed to the men in the kitchen. For those who enter this unknown area for the first time and for those who love the culinary challenges. I tried to pick the most appropriate recipes that are easy to cook, don’t take much time, and are nourishing and tasty at the same time. Men, using this book you can lend variety to your daily round. If you are single you will learn easy recipes that will drop you from tasteless ready-to-cook food or from unhealthy snack at the eatery. Some of the recipes in this book are a good way to impress women as well without unnecessary bustling in the kitchen. The married men can always use this book when their wives are not at home or work until late into the night. Of course you can use this book too when you have invited friends to have a beer and instead of treating them to the traditional pizza and chips you can cook something tasty quickly.
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Economy In The Kitchen

Author : James Breazeale
ISBN : 9781429010245
Genre : Cooking
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Addressed to the farmer's wife and to those women of modest means who, by necessity, do their own housework and cooking, James Breazeale's 1918 work teaches the American housewife the skills of canning and preserving in order to maximize her impact on the health, economy, and labor of her family. Not a cookbook, per se, this work is intended to aid the housewife by suggesting systems which will lessen the steps of the housewife and inspire her with some new ideas of economy. It is through the canning of vegetables and fruits, Breazeale attests, that the housewife will be able to practice old-fashioned thrift and thus preserve her family from poverty and want. The work also includes basic recipes for such staples as bread, cottage cheese, and mayonnaise dressing.
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Cowboy In The Kitchen

Author : Mae Nunn
ISBN : 9781460322048
Genre : Fiction
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His past…or her future? From the moment Gillian Moore set foot in Temple Territory, she knew it was the perfect place to open her boutique hotel. The fact that it's also the ancestral home of currently out-of-work Texas cooking sensation Hunt Temple seems like fate. With the cowboy chef in her kitchen, success is practically guaranteed! Too bad their visions of his family land couldn't be further apart. Hunt can't let Gillian destroy his family legacy—not before he and his brothers have a chance to rebuild it. Hunt's prepared to challenge Gillian at every step and make sure she embraces the local Texas flavor. But despite their differences, they make an amazing team. And not just in business. Yet when Hunt's own opportunity knocks, even Texas may not be big enough for both of their careers.
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Playing In The Kitchen

Author : Lavinia Plonka
ISBN : 9780557032754
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Playing in the Kitchen offers a delightful smorgasbord of opportunities for culinary delight, going beyond standard cookbook fare to provide a feast that transcends the five senses. The delicious recipes will tempt your sense of taste. In addition, each recipe contains a Playing With Your Food Section that provides substitution tips, how to avoid kitchen disasters, ways to rescue mistakes and much more. For your sense of humor, there are stories; both traditional folk tales as well as humorous essays that explore subjects like cooking with a significant other, fear of an empty refrigerator, and the universe as a cosmic soup. But what makes Playing in the Kitchen completely unique are the movement explorations designed to make everything from chopping to washing the dishes a pleasurable and ergonomic adventure that awakens your kinesthetic sense. You'll never cook the same way again!
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Math In The Kitchen

Author : Ian F. Mahaney
ISBN : 9781448898954
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Readers learn to cook using math in the kitchen. With problems placed throughout the text, readers will be thinking about fractions from cover to cover. Readers will measure, divide, double recipes and more as they master fractions and find math in their day-to-day lives.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction