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Passionate Cook

Author : Cook Chef Love Cooking Notebook
ISBN : 1073027570
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A Book for people who love cooking. Perfect for keeping track of all te best cooking recipes. 9 inches x 6 inches 110 recipe book pages
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The Passionate Cook

Author : Karen Barnaby
ISBN : 1552855252
Genre : Cooking
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Since she started out cooking on a pink four-burner stove in the basement of Toronto`s Bohemian Restaurant, Karen Barnaby has been creating food that inspires. Always at the vanguard of culinary trends, she believes in fresh, seasonal, and preferably organic ingredients and uncomplicated techniques. She wrote her first cookbook, Pacific Passions, in 1995, followed up by Screamingly Good Food in 1997, and co-wrote and edited three Girls Who Dish! Cookbooks. The Best of Karen Barnaby presents more than 200 of her favorite recipes from these books, plus new recipes. Karen creates dishes that will impress dinner guests, but her recipes are simple enough to enjoy anytime. There are recipes for appetizers, soups, salads, main courses, vegetarian dishes, and desserts, as well as a selection of sauces and dips. A mix of all-time favorites such as Sour Dried Cherry and Chocolate Pound Cake, and Flat Roasted Chicken with Sweet Carrots, Prosciutto, and Almonds; and new classics such as Lemongrass Lamb Satays and Salmon with Asparagus Sauce, make The Best of Karen Barnaby a cook`s first choice for delicious food. Since 1995, Karen Barnaby has been Executive Chef at the Fish House in Stanley Park in Vancouver, B.C. She is the award-winning author of Pacific Passions and Screamingly Good Food and a coauthor of The Girls Who Dish, The Girls Who Dish: Seconds Anyone? And Inspirations. She is past president of Les Dames d`Escoffier, an international society of culinary women that raises money to provide scholarships to young chefs.
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The Reef A Passionate History The Great Barrier Reef From Captain Cook To Climate Change

Author : Iain McCalman
ISBN : 9780374711702
Genre : Science
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Stretching 1,400 miles along the Australian coast and visible from space, the Great Barrier Reef is home to three thousand individual reefs, more than nine hundred islands, and thousands of marine species, and has alternately been viewed as a deadly maze, an economic bounty, a scientific frontier, and a precarious World Heritage site. Now the historian and explorer Iain McCalman takes us on a new adventure into the reef to reveal how our shifting perceptions of the natural world have shaped this extraordinary seascape. Showcasing the lives of twenty individuals spanning more than two centuries, The Reef highlights our profound desire to conquer, understand, embrace, and ultimately save the world's most complex ocean ecosystem. Opening with the story of Captain James Cook, who sailed unknowingly into the southwest entrance of this vast network of coral outcroppings, McCalman shows how Cook spent months navigating this treacherous underwater labyrinth, struggling to keep his crew alive and his ship afloat, sparring with deceptive shoals and wary native islanders. Through a series of dramatic tales from intrepid explorers, unwitting castaways, inquisitive naturalists, enchanted artists, and impassioned environmentalists who have collectively shaped our ideas about the Great Barrier Reef, McCalman demonstrates how this grand natural wonder of the world was built as much by human imagination as by the industrious, beautiful creatures of the sea. A romantic, historically significant book and a deeply personal journey into the heart of a marine environment in peril, The Reef powerfully captures the delicate relationship between humanity and the natural world.
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Cooking For Dummies

Author : Margaret Fulton
ISBN : 9781118560013
Genre : Cooking
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If you can't boil an egg or make toast without burning it, or just want to expand your culinary skills and knowledge, you need this inspiring book that makes cooking fun and easy. Cooking for Dummies, Australian & New Zealand Edition gives you the lowdown on nutrition and healthy eating, basic cooking techniques and equipment and how to shop for fresh produce. Plus this book's full of contemporary recipes guaranteed to keep family and friends coming back for more.
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Passionate Chef Ice Queen Boss

Author : Jennie Adams
ISBN : 9781426865978
Genre : Fiction
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Scarlett's back in Italy to turn her family's troubled Rosa restaurant around—and now she's the boss of the man she loved and lost! The moment head chef Lorenzo Nesta hears the familiar clack of stiletto on stone floor, a shiver of anticipation runs up his spine. Seeing Scarlett's Italian passion stifled inside a staid suit fills him with regret; it had been his actions years ago that had turned her soul to ice. What will happen when ice meets fire in the kitchen?
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The Soul Of A Chef

Author : Michael Ruhlman
ISBN : 9781101525319
Genre : Cooking
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In his second in-depth foray into the world of professional cooking, Michael Ruhlman journeys into the heart of the profession. Observing the rigorous Certified Master Chef exam at the Culinary Institute of America, the most influential cooking school in the country, Ruhlman enters the lives and kitchens of rising star Michael Symon and renowned Thomas Keller of the French Laundry. This fascinating book will satisfy any reader's hunger for knowledge about cooking and food, the secrets of successful chefs, at what point cooking becomes an art form, and more. Like Ruhlman's The Making of a Chef, this is an instant classic in food writing-one of the fastest growing and most popular subjects today.
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Lists Of Note

Author : Shaun Usher
ISBN : 9781782114536
Genre : History
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Humans have been making lists for even longer than they've been writing letters. They are the shorthand for what really matters to us: our hopes and aspirations; likes and dislikes; rules for living and loving; records of our memories and reminders of the things we want to do before we die. Just as he did with Letters of Note, Shaun Usher has trawled the world's archives to produce a rich visual anthology that stretches from ancient times to present day. From a to-do list of Leonardo da Vinci's to Charles Darwin on the pros and cons of marriage or Julia Child's list of possible titles for what would later become an American cooking bible, Lists of Note is a constantly surprising A-Z of what makes us human. In its pages you'll find 125 lists with facsimiles or illustrations, including: 1. A shopping list written by two 9th-century Tibetan monks 2. A handwritten list of the BFG's favourite words by Roald Dahl 3. The 19 year-old Isaac Newton's list of the 57 sins he'd already committed 4. Galileo's list of parts needed to build his telescope 5. Einstein's punitive list of conditions imposed on his first wife 6. 29-year-old Marilyn Monroe's inspirational set of New Year's resolutions 7. Martin Luther King's advice for black people starting to use buses 8. Johnny Cash's list of 'things to do today' 9. Michelangelo's illustrated shopping list 10. Advice for 'chick rockers' by Chrissie Hynde And many, many more...
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In The Hands Of A Chef

Author : Jody Adams
ISBN : 9780062039590
Genre : Cooking
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How do great chefs make their food taste better? Is it the ingredients they use? Their cooking techniques and equipment? That's part of the answer. But the real secret is that truly great chefs follow their instincts -- the kitchens in their heads. Now, in her first cookbook, Jody Adams, the award-winning chef/co-owner of Boston's Rialto, teaches you how to follow your own instincts and make the transition from passionate eater to passionate cook. In the Hands of a Chef shares Jody's favorite dishes, those she prepares for family and friends in her home kitchen. By teaching the basics of artisanal cooking, or making good food from scratch, she gives cooks a solid foundation for cooking like a chef. She tells readers what to look for when buying ingredients, what equipment is essential, and how a dish should look and taste while being prepared. Above all, Jody encourages readers to trust their instincts and follow them to create a cooking style that feels right, using recipes as the building blocks for their own creations. From starters, seasonal soups, salads, and main courses to desserts, Jody reinvents Mediterranean foods using unconventional ingredients, many from New England. For a boost of summer flavor, grilled tomatoes add depth to gazpacho. To vary the flavor of simple salads -- from a Minted Romaine Salad with Grapes, Ricotta Salata, and Toasted Almonds to Arugula and Portobella Mushroom Salad-one or two seasonal ingredients are added to the usual recipes. Drawing inspiration from Italian tradition, Jody offers up innovative pasta and grains dishes. Ravioli, pappardelle, gnocchi, and linguine are served up with Mediterranean flavors and ingredients -- tomatoes, olives, figs, chestnuts, fresh greens, wild mushrooms, Parmesan cheese -- for home-style meals any time of the year. Yet much of Jody's cooking is pure American in flavor. Dessert classics are reinvented with new twists, such as Super-Creamy Rice Pudding with Passion Fruit Sauce and Heather's Cranberry Chocolate Pecan Tart. Here, too, are Jody's signature dishes, including Roasted Marinated Long Island Duck with Green Olive and Balsamic Vinegar Sauce and Soupe de Poisson, which Jacques Pépin calls the best version outside of France. Intended to make you wish you had more time to spend in the kitchen, In the Hands of a Chef is an inspiration as well as an essential resource for every cook. Why be just a good cook when you can be a great one? Put yourself in the hands of Jody Adams with In the Hands of a Chef.
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Royal Hyderabadi Cooking

Author : Sanjeev Kapoor
ISBN : 8179913732
Genre : Cooking
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Royal Hyderabadi Cooking reveals secrets from the Nizam's kitchens courtesy the great practitioners of the art: Begum Mumtaz Khan and Ustad Habib Pasha.Royal Hyderabadi Cooking, collaboration between Master Chef Sanjeev Kapoor and Chef Harpal Singh Sokhi, is the fruit of a number of years of intensive research. Hyderabadi Cuisine is known to be irresistible. Here it is presented in a reader-friendly easy-to-cook manner so that the exquisite and graceful food that is a legacy of the Moghuls can be recreated in the home kitchen.Whether it is the popular Haleem you wish to cook or the poetic Asif Jahi Pasandey, you will find the recipes in this book. You can regale your family and friends with scintillating vegetarian dishes like Bhagare Baingan and Diwani Handi served with hot Bakarkhani. Endings must be sweet, so ladle out bowls of Asharfiyon Ka Meetha or Khubani Ka Meetha.With this book in hand transport yourself to a whole new wonderful world where a royal Hyderabadi banquet awaits!
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The Professional Personal Chef

Author : Candy Wallace
ISBN : 9780471752196
Genre : Business & Economics
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"American Personal & Private Chef Association, partners in lifestyle solutions."
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Virgin To Veteran

Author : Sam Stern
ISBN : 9780762794096
Genre : Cooking
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Virgin to Veteran is a cookbook with a difference! Written by Sam Stern, the twenty-year-old prodigy and author of five successful cookbooks already to his name, this is a modern masterclass in cooking designed to inspire and get young people (primarily twenty and thirty-somethings) into the kitchen and cooking with confidence. The way Sam sees it, there are only so many meals you’ll ever cook, so you really should learn how to make each one special. From mastering the basics to insider tips and techniques, Virgin to Veteran will teach you everything you need to become a confident cook. Starting with "Virgin Kitchen Set-Up" (the stuff you need to know to set up a workable space) Virgin to Veteran moves on through ten chapters each focusing on a particular ingredient or food group. Diagrams and step-by-step guides demonstrate relevant skills such as knife-work, sauce-making and baking, while other key areas such as sourcing and substituting ingredients, seasonality and the secrets of great presentation are also covered. Once you’ve learned how to cook using a particular ingredient or technique, Sam shows other ways that you can put your newfound skills to good use. From fast food to slow, food to go or eat in, healthy to greedy, there are over 150 recipes to match every mood, budget and lifestyle. Virgin to Veteran is chock full of useful information presented in an engaging, accessible way that will teach young cooks the classic skills and techniques necessary to turn out delicious, mouth-watering recipes, all of which have been updated to fit how we live now. With Sam as your teacher, you will be creating fabulous meals in no time flat!
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Dumplings All Day Wong

Author : Lee Anne Wong
ISBN : 9781624140655
Genre : Cooking
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BECOME A DUMPLING MASTER WITH HELP FROM A TOP CHEF Making delicious, unique dumplings has never been easier with celebrity chef Lee Anne Wong's most coveted recipes and techniques. Each recipe in Dumplings All Day Wong will have you creating one-of-a-kind dumplings that wow your family and friends. Folds such as Potstickers, Gyozas, Shumai, Har Gow, Wontons and more, along with countless fillings and different cooking methods such as steaming, pan-frying, baking or deep-frying, allow you to create awe-inspiring dumplings in innumerable ways. With friends and family begging to come over and try a new dumpling recipe from the master again and again, this book will be a go-to in your kitchen for years to come.
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Culinary Culture In Colonial India

Author : Utsa Ray
ISBN : 9781107042810
Genre : History
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"Discusses the cuisine to understand the construction of colonial middle-class in Bengal"--
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Start The Fire

Author : Jeremiah Tower
ISBN : 9780062498458
Genre : Cooking
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AS SEEN IN THE NEW DOCUMENTARY JEREMIAH TOWER: THE LAST MAGNIFICENT Newly revised and reissued to coincide with The Last Magnificent, a documentary feature produced by Anthony Bourdain, the indelible and entertaining memoir from Jeremiah Tower which chronicles life at the front lines of redefining modern American cuisine. Widely recognized as the godfather of modern American cooking, Jeremiah Tower is one of the most influential cooks of the last forty years. In 2004, he rocked the culinary world with a tell-all story of his lifelong love affair with food, and the restaurants and people along the way. In this newly revised edition of his memoir, retitled Start the Fire, Tower shares with wit and honesty his insights into cooking, chefs, celebrities, and what really goes on in the kitchen. Above all, Tower rhapsodizes about food—the meals choreographed like great ballets, the menus scored like concertos. No other book reveals more about the seeds sown in the seventies, the excesses of the eighties, and the self-congratulations of the nineties. With a new introduction by the author, Start the Fire is an essential account of the most important years in the history of American cooking, from one of its singular personalities.
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The Theatre Of Richard Maxwell And The New York City Players

Author : Sarah Gorman
ISBN : 9781136680755
Genre : Performing Arts
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The theatre of Richard Maxwell and the New York City Players has received significant international recognition over the past ten years. The company has received three OBIEs, for House (1999), Drummer Wanted (2002) and Good Samaritans (2005). Maxwell received a Guggenheim Fellowship in 2010 and has been commissioned by venues in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, Austria, the Netherlands, France, Belgium and Ireland. Although his productions generate a plethora of reviews, there is a deficit of material providing a critical and sustained engagement with his work. The aim of this book is to provide a critical survey of Maxwell’s work since 1992, including his early participation in Cook County Theater Department. Touching upon the acting, production and rehearsal processes of NYC Player’s work, and Maxwell's representations of space, community, race, and gender, this volume provides scholars with an important overview of a key figure in contemporary drama.
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A Year Of Good Eating The Kitchen Diaries Iii

Author : Nigel Slater
ISBN : 9780008153700
Genre : Cooking
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An immediate new classic from Nigel Slater. Over 250 recipes, moments and ideas for good eating, with extra-special seasonal sections for quick, weeknight eats.
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The Hummer And The Mini

Author : Robyn Waters
ISBN : 9781440627279
Genre : Business & Economics
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From the former trendmaster of Target—how the power of contradictory trends can help reframe your business strategy Contradictions are everywhere! These days we wear Old Navy with new Gucci, Hanes T-shirts with Armani suits, couture Chanel with vintage denim. Suburban mansions are filled with flea market finds, and we show off our Michael Graves teakettle from Target on Viking stoves in our gourmet kitchens that might even include cabinets purchased from IKEA. When Robyn Waters began her career in the late 1970s, a trend was defined as something that everyone wanted at the same time. Fashion and business magazines proclaimed what was "in" and what was "out." Back then, it was fairly easy for companies to determine the next big trend, and ride it all the way to the bank. In today’s marketplace the "next big thing" has been replaced by a thousand next big things. And in order to discover what consumers are hungry for companies need to discover what’s important…to them. Today a cookie cutter approach no longer works. Waters explains that for every trend there’s an equally valid countertrend. In The Hummer and the Mini, Waters explores the new trend landscape and urges companies to stop looking for the one right answer in their industry. There are many good ways to design products, develop a line of goods, merchandise a store, or craft a marketing message. You can thrive by selling huge cars (the Hummer) or tiny ones (the Mini). You can turn something old into something new and desirable (the Vespa) or turn a commodity into a luxury (In-and-Out Burgers at the Oscars). You can even customize a product designed for the masses (personalized postage stamps) or sell less as more (Minute Clinics). Through lively tales of influential trends and countertrends, The Hummer and the Mini will show you how to live with the contradictions, make the most of the inconsistencies, and embrace the paradoxes of business as a source of fresh ideas.
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Around A Greek Table

Author : Katerina Whitley
ISBN : 9780762794904
Genre : Cooking
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Kefi, loosely translated, is the Greek sense of joy, and is often found around the dinner table during large and boisterous family meals of Spanakopita, Keftedes (Greek meatballs), and much, much more. Largely considered a bit of a mystery to Americans, Greek cooking is far more expansive than simply prepping up a few gyro sandwiches and Greek salads. There is an earthiness about Greek cooking, an amalgam of many historic influences. Lighter than southern Italian, much less pretentious than French, much more refined than Middle Eastern, Greek cuisine at its best is aromatic, tasty, and satisfying. Around a Greek Table explores the intricacies of Greek cooking and makes these once-mysterious recipes both understandable and possible. The book also delves deep into stories of Greek life and kefi around the dinner table. The 100 recipes are organized around the Eastern Church’s yearly seasons, each explored in one of eight chapters, with historical and personal essays exploring the ancient stories that are told around Greek tables in the honored tradition of combining myths with food.
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