THE WEEKEND CHEF

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The Weekend Chef

Author : Barbara Witt
ISBN : 1439116245
Genre : Cooking
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Are your taste buds as demanding as your schedule? With busy work and social calendars and family obligations, few people have time to prepare elaborate meals during the week. But that doesn't mean you and your family are doomed to a diet of frozen dinners; with a little planning, anyone can prepare delicious meals even on hectic weeknights. In The Weekend Chef: 192 Smart Recipes for Relaxed Cooking Ahead, Barbara Witt shows you how to cook for pleasure on the weekend and eat with pleasure during the week. Want a chicken potpie on Tuesday? No problem. Make the pie crusts and prep the filling on Sunday, and the dish is almost ready to go. Not sure what to do with the leftover fruit in the fruit bowl on Saturday? Turn those apples and pears into a chutney to serve with a pork dish on Thursday or with lamb chops on Friday. Clean, chop, and bag vegetables on Sunday to add to frozen beef broth for a quick and delicious soup, or make an Italian beef stew and use the leftovers to make a hearty pasta sauce. With a little advance work, the possibilities are endless. The Weekend Chef: 192 Smart Recipes for Relaxed Cooking Ahead includes detailed, step-by-step, mouthwatering recipes for sophisticated dishes like Garlicky Roasted Tomato Soup, Polenta with Gorgonzola and Caramelized Onions, Saffron Rice Pilaf, Five-Spice Baby Carrots, Short Ribs Braised with Three-Color Peppers, Trinidad Curried Pork, Mexican Meat Loaf, Leek and Fennel Pasta Sauce, and Bolognese Meat Sauce. Simple yet sumptuous dessert recipes include 30-Minute Lime Cheesecake and Apple and Currant Sour Cream Pie. Recipes for condiments that can transform a meal -- such as Asian Pear with Mango Chutney, Tomatillo and Green Chili Salsa, and Red Onion Confit -- round out this user-friendly volume. Witt even provides details on how to stock your pantry. After all, what's the point of having pasta sauce in the freezer if you don't have any pasta in the cupboard? The Weekend Chef: 192 Smart Recipes for Relaxed Cooking Ahead is for those who love good food and love to cook but just don't have the time during the week. Witt invites you to relax in the kitchen on the weekends and shows you that with a little planning, weekday meals can be just as wonderful as weekend meals.
Category: Cooking

The Weekend Chef

Author : Robin O'Neill
ISBN : 1558672230
Genre : Cooking
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The Weekend Chef is a blueprint to simplify your life. This book intends to broaden your cooking repertoire, while at the same time, minimise the time spent in the kitchen during the week. This is accomplished simply by using pieces of your weekend creations to whip up lively weekday dishes. Planning ahead is an acquired skill, but one that can easily learned. It is also the key to cooking with ease. There is no reason why the weekday cooking experience should be chaotic or unpleasant. Rather, it should be just as rewarding as a labour-intensive weekday meal.
Category: Cooking

The Weekend Chef

Author : Carol Truax
ISBN : UIUC:30112101472857
Genre : Cookery
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Category: Cookery

The Weekend Effect

Author : Katrina Onstad
ISBN : 9780349411194
Genre : Self-Help
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'A powerful argument, and practical advice, on the importance of reclaiming your leisure time to live a happier and more fulfilling life' Gretchen Rubin, New York Times bestselling author of Better Than Before and The Happiness Project Years ago Katrina Onstad was an au pair in France. Every Sunday, as best as she could tell, France shut down. No one worked; no one shopped for groceries, or did any kind of shopping. It felt like a ritual, sacred and culturally protected. Now, her weekends are more like a laundry list of to-do items dashed off between hockey training, doing actual laundry, checking emails, working on an assignment, and on and on. She began to do research to see if she was alone in feeling like weekends are almost non-existent anymore. As she dug further, she realized that this feeling was almost universal. Filled with rich research and stories, as well as her own struggles, Katrina takes us through the negative impact that losing our downtime has on all areas of our lives. She'll show us how some people and companies are already taking steps to eliminate the relentless 7-day-a-week availability that modern work life seems to require. Not anti-technology, rather this is about a return to the ritual of weekend.
Category: Self-Help

The Weekend Chef

Author : Catherine Fulvio
ISBN : 0717158616
Genre : Cooking
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The Weekend Chef is all about relaxed and leisurely eating, fun and full of flair to take you from Friday to Sunday in style.
Category: Cooking

Kitchen Bitch

Author : Tony Chavez
ISBN : 9781456887834
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 51.22 MB
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In a world dominated by master chefs, kitchen gods, and culinary idols, the story of the humble beginning of a cook is often overlooked or underappreciated. Tony Chavez narrates his own account of what it is to discover great food and adapt to the kitchen lifestyle that inevitably follows. Unquestioning obedience to the vision of a demanding, maniacal chef, and sweaty hours under the tutelage of the brigade of arrogant, exuberant, insane cooks, is what our young hero encounters in his introduction to the professional world of cooking.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Death Of A Chef

Author : Alexander Campion
ISBN : 9781617732911
Genre : Fiction
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"Devotees of G.M. Malliet and Charles Todd will enjoy this different and delicious series." --Booklist Commissaire Capucine Le Tellier and her husband, a renowned restaurant critic, are frequent and privileged guests of Paris's cultured society. Unfortunately, a more refined milieu doesn't keep unsavory behavior like murder off the menu. . . When the body of acclaimed Chef Jean-Louis Brault and a shotgun are discovered in an antique Louis Vuitton portemanteau, the general consensus is suicide. Brault had been understandably distraught, if not quite unhinged, amidst rumors that his restaurant La Mère Denis might lose its rare third Michelin star. But when Capucine investigates the scene of the crime, she doesn't think it's only the boulliabaisse that smells fishy. And when Le Monde suggests that Capucine's investigation is a cover up for the lethal consequences of food critics everywhere--a profession in which her husband takes great pride--she will stop at nothing to solve the case. Praise for Alexander Campion and the Capucine Culinary Mysteries "Riveting gastronomic mystery. . . Readers will want a second helping." --Publishers Weekly on The Grave Gourmet "Steeped in Parisian culture and class structure. . .this mystery makes for a fine getaway read." --Library Journal on Killer Critique
Category: Fiction

Starting An Embroidery Business

Author : Raymond Laubert
ISBN : 9781468917796
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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I have written this book to take you from question of "Can I make money doing Embroidery?" to actually starting the business. I discuss and you plan the process from beginning to end.
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

How I Learned To Cook

Author : Kimberly Witherspoon
ISBN : 9781596913851
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Some of the world's finest chefs share their recollections about how they learned to cook and the early mistakes they made in the process, with reminiscences from such chefs as Rick Bayless, Mario Batali, Marcella Hazan, Anthony Bourdain, Sara Moulton, an
Category: Biography & Autobiography

What The Most Successful People Do On The Weekend

Author : Laura Vanderkam
ISBN : 9781101620281
Genre : Self-Help
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Many of us breathe a grateful TGIF when Friday rolls around, envisioning a weekend full of both productivity and refreshment. Yet too often our precious weekends seem to disappear, eaten up by unproductive work or leisure that fails to energize us. Monday morning comes too fast, finding us still unrested, with too much still undone. Time management expert Laura Vanderkam, continuing her series on What the Most Successful People Do, shows how we can take control of our weekends to get necessary R&R, while also using our downtime as a springboard to a productive week. Drawing on real-life anecdotes and scientific research, Vanderkam explains why doing nothing can be more exhausting than doing something and why happy people make weekend plans in advance. She shares weekend tips gleaned from busy people such as politician and talk show host Mike Huckabee, former CEO Frank Baxter, and TV producer Aliza Rosen. She reveals the kind of weekend activities that make people happiest, explains why it’s important to unplug at least for a little while, and shares the secret of why Sunday night may be the most important part of any weekend. What the Most Successful People Do On the Weekend is a fun, practical guide that will inspire you to rethink your weekends and start your workweek refreshed, renewed, and on track.
Category: Self-Help