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The Island Pok Cookbook

Author : James Gould-Porter
ISBN : 1849759685
Genre : Cooking
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The Hawaiian people have a laid-back love of life, and Island Poké is a London restaurant committed to sharing this ethos and the authentic flavors from these shores in over 65 recipes. Poké (pronounced Po-Keh) means to ‘slice’ or ‘dice’ in Hawaiian but it has evolved to become the Hawaiian staple of sliced raw fish served on rice with many condiments and toppings. James, the author and founder of Island Poké, became hooked on this delicacy as a child on the beach in Maui. Fast-forward a couple of decades, James sensed a gap in the market for an authentic and sustainable approach to Hawaiian cuisine. Thus, Island Poké was born − fusing the joy of real Hawaiian food, which is a delicious fusion of many cuisines including Polynesian, Japanese, Chinese, South American, Pacific Rim and even Portuguese influences. The book includes recipes for popular poké dishes sold in the restaurant such as classic Spicy Ahi and Golden Beet with Chile Lime Shoyu. There are multicultural Pacific Rim inspired dishes such as Sea Bass Crudo, Teriyaki Salmon Chirashi and Baja Poke Tostadas. Famous Luau feasting recipes include Kalua Pork, Pacific Chowder and Huli Huli Chicken. Finally, a chapter showcasing tropical brunches and bakes includes Acai Bowls and zucchini and Pecan Loaf.
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The Pok Cookbook

Author : Martha Cheng
ISBN : 9780451498069
Genre : COOKING
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"Pokae has hit the mainland! Meaning "to slice or cut" in Hawaiian, pokae is pieces of raw ahi marinated in soy sauce and sesame oil and topped with seaweed. The dish has a long history in Hawaii: It originated as simple sustenance, the raw fish just a way to eat and live on an island. But it has survived many decades, influenced by different chefs' creativity over time. Today this classic can be made with almost anything as its base--think salmon or beets--and with a multitude of different seasonings, mix-ins, and serving options. Now, Hawaiian food writer and professional cook Martha Cheng gives a fresh take on this casual, savory dish that's supereasy to make. A gateway to Hawaiian food and a new spin on ever-popular Asian cuisine, The Pokae cookbook will be at home in any kitchen"--
Category: COOKING

The Poke Cake Cookbook

Author : Jamie Sherman
ISBN : 9781624144400
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 72.94 MB
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Easy Techniques for Cakes Bursting with Flavor Making incredible-tasting desserts with great new flavors has never been easier: simply bake your cake, poke some holes and stuff it with inventive fillings. Jamie Sherman is the founder of Love Bakes Good Cakes, which has nearly two million Facebook likes. Here, she presents 75 cake and filling combinations, including: - Death By Chocolate - Chunky Monkey - Sweet and Salty Pretzel - Root Beer Float - Cookies and Cream - Caramel Apple - Fluffernutter - Creamsicle - Butterbeer With sweet cakes, savory cakes, decadent cakes, light and refreshing cakes and everything in between, the possibilities are truly endless. This book is packed with fun, accessible and unique desserts that anyone can master—the hardest part will be waiting for your oven to preheat.
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Hawai I Regional Cuisine

Author : Samuel Hideo Yamashita
ISBN : 9780824879518
Genre : Cooking
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Samuel H. Yamashita’s Hawai‘i Regional Cuisine: The Food Movement That Changed the Way Hawai‘i Eats is the first in-depth study on the origins, philosophy, development, and legacy of Hawai‘i Regional Cuisine (HRC). The book is based on interviews with thirty-six chefs, farmers, retailers, culinary arts educators, and food writers, as well as on nearly everything written about the HRC chefs in the national and local media. Yamashita follows the history of this important regional movement from its origins in 1991 through the following decades, offering a boldly original analysis of its cuisine and impact on the islands.The founding group of twelve chefs—Sam Choy, Roger Dikon, Mark Ellman, Amy Ferguson Ota, Beverly Gannon, Jean-Marie Josselin, George Mavrothalassitis, Peter Merriman, Philippe Padovani, Gary Strehl, Alan Wong, and Roy Yamaguchi—grandly announced in August 1991 the establishment of what they called Hawai‘i Regional Cuisine. At the time, they had no idea how dramatically they would change the food scene in the islands. While they each had their own style, their common commitment to using fresh, locally sourced ingredients of the highest quality at their restaurants quickly attracted the interest of journalists writing for national newspapers and magazines. The final chapters close with a discussion of the leading chefs of the next generation and an assessment of HRC's impact on farming, fishing, ranching, aquaculture, and culinary education in the islands. Hawai‘i Regional Cuisine will satisfy those who are passionate about food and intrigued by changes in local foodways.
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The New England Cookbook

Author : Brooke Dojny
ISBN : 155832139X
Genre : Cooking
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Collects recipes that encompass a wide range of dishes, from oysters-on-the-half-shell to blackberry patch cobbled cobbler, with stories about the entire area included in sidebars
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Margaritaville The Cookbook

Author : Carlo Sernaglia
ISBN : 9781250153395
Genre : Cooking
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Savor the taste of paradise with Margaritaville: The Cookbook Warm sun, cool drink, and nowhere to be—that’s Margaritaville! It’s a celebration of relaxation and an invitation to enjoy good food and good company. Margaritaville: The Cookbook is filled with recipes that bring the flavor of island living and the spirit of Jimmy Buffett's iconic song straight into your home. The first official cookbook from the beloved world of Margaritaville features laid-back favorites like the explosively good Volcano Nachos and the heaven-on-earth-with-an-onion-slice Cheeseburger in Paradise, alongside more sophisticated options that will wow your guests (Coho Salmon in Lemongrass-Miso Broth, anyone?). With its combination of recipes, stories, and gorgeous full color food and lifestyle photographs throughout, it is sure to put you in a Margaritaville state of mind! Margaritaville isn’t confined to single spot on the map -- the recipes draw inspiration from around the world, from Jerk Chicken to Tuna Poke with Plantain Chips and Jimmy’s Jammin’ Jambalaya. And we've got you all covered, from family-friendly Aloha Hotdogs to drool-worthy Vegetarian Burgers. It's 5 o'clock somewhere and no vacation is complete without a cocktail—preferably a margarita, of course! Margaritaville: The Cookbook is loaded with drink recipes to inspire your blissful island cocktail hour—from Jimmy's Perfect Margarita and Paradise Palomas to Cajun Bloody Mary's and the quintessential Key West Coconut and Lime Frozen Margarita.
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The Hawaii S Kitchen Cookbook

Author : Brickwood Galuteria
ISBN : 0974267228
Genre : Cooking
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Now Hawai'i's favourite cooking show has its own cookbook! Inside you will find great recipes from the celebrity chefs who join Brickwood Galuteria on KHON2's hit programme, 'Hawai'i's Kitchen'. From Alan Wong's Truffle Poke to Chef Mavro's Papillote of Kumu, this unique collection from Hawai'i's top restaurants brings you the very best in Island cuisine.
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The Grain Brain Cookbook

Author : David Perlmutter
ISBN : 9780316334266
Genre : Cooking
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The authorized companion to the #1 New York Times bestseller Grain Brain, with more than 150 life-changing gluten-free recipes for complete health and vitality. Dr. David Perlmutter's groundbreaking bestseller Grain Brain revolutionized the way we think about our health, exposing the devastating effects of wheat, sugar, and carbs on the brain. By eating the right foods, you can profoundly affect how your brain will be working next year, in five years, and for the rest of your life. The Grain Brain Cookbook presents more than 150 delectable recipes to keep your brain vibrant and your body fit, all while dramatically reducing your risk for - and treating - Alzheimer's, depression, ADHD, and epilepsy, as well as relieving everyday conditions like headaches, insomnia, and forgetfulness. With delicious recipes for every meal -- including Spicy Chicken Burgers with Guacamole, Gruyere-Glazed Pork Chops and Cauliflower "Couscous," and many more -- The Grain Brain Cookbook gives you all the tools you need to build a gluten-free diet full of wholesome, flavorful, easy-to-make meals. What you eat is the most important decision you make every day in terms of your health, and once you've tasted how good the Grain Brain diet can be, you'll want to keep making the right choices day after day.
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Polynesian Cuisine

Author : J. R. Stevens
ISBN : 1542443164
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Polynesian Cuisine covers more than 1,000 islands including Hawaii, Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, and Fiji. Imagine the recipes that have developed out of the foods from these many paradise islands. Picture in your mind a warm, orange colored sunset and fine grains of soft sand between your toes, while sipping a cocktail and eating exotic foods. Imagine a fat juicy pig slowly cooking over a ground pit, and your mouth begins to water. Now think about hula dancers entertaining you while you eat. The cuisine of Polynesia is as irresistible as the landscape and the people. With this book, you can experience the flavors of the islands in your kitchen with ingredients you can find locally, the classic dishes of the region are yours to enjoy whenever you want. Take a tropical vacation in your own kitchen with a few of these recipes: Luau Ribs Kona Salad Grilled Beef Satay Mini Meat Balls, Po Po Seafood Stuffed Shitake Mushroom from Hawaii Chicken Pupus Hawaiian Salmon Poke Polynesian Meatballs Polynesian Mahi Mahi Polynesian Chicken Sala Grilled Pineapple, Coconut and Sweet Chili Shrimp Loco Moco, Burger with Egg, Rice and Gravy Teriyaki Beef or Chicken Grilled Chicken Huli Huli Chicken with Thread Noodles Hawaiian Fish Tacos Polynesian Pork Chops in a Slow Cooker Polynesian Chicken Kalua Pig in a Slow Cooker Hawaiian Spare Ribs Shoyu Chicken Hawaiian Slaw Dumplings with Sweet Coconut Sauce Sweet Onions with Scalloped Potatoes Grilled Tahitian Fruit Foster Banana Muffins Tahitian Fruit Pudding Banana Guava Pie Guava Cake Bread Pudding with Bananas Foster Sauce Hawaiian Coconut Pudding Pineapple Coconut Poke Cake Upside Down Pineapple Cupcakes Hawaiian Pineapple Coconut Fluff Scroll up and grab your copy of Polynesian Cuisine today!
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Culinary Tourism

Author : Lucy M. Long
ISBN : 9780813143781
Genre : Cooking
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""From Kosher Oreos to the gentrification of Mexican cusine, from the charismatic cook of Basque communities in Spain and the United States to the mainstreaming of southwestern foodways, Culinary Tourism maps a lively cultural and intellectual terrain."" -- from the foreword by Barbara Kirshenblatt-GimblettCulinary Tourism is the first book to consider food as both a destination and a means for tourism. The book's contributors examine the many intersections of food, culture and tourism in public and commercial contexts, in private and domestic settings, and around the world. The contributors argue that the sensory experience of eating provides people with a unique means of communication. Editor Lucy Long contends that although the interest in experiencing ""otherness"" is strong within American society, total immersion into the unfamiliar is not always welcome. Thus spicy flavors of Latin Aermcia and the exotic ingredients of Asia have been mainstreamed for everyday consumption. Culinary Tourism explains how and why interest in foreign food is expanding tastes and leading to commercial profit in America, but the book also show how tourism combines personal experiences with cultural and social attitudes toward food and the circumstances for adventurous eating.
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