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The Ultimate Wood Fired Oven Cookbook

Author : Genevieve Taylor
ISBN : 9781787132887
Genre : Cooking
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The Ultimate Wood-Fired Oven Cookbook tells you everything you need to know about your oven, from initial setting up to choice of woods, plus tips and tricks for perfecting cooking times, and of course, over 70 amazing recipes. Most people start with authentic pizza and flatbreads cooked at high temperature, and Genevieve Taylor talks you step-by-step through the foolproof way to achieve the world's best-tasting wood-fired pizza. But these ovens are infinitely more versatile, and she goes on to show how you can roast and grill (everything from Portuguese clams with white wine, garlic and coriander to Kebabs and Cheese toasties), then bake as the oven starts to cool (Beetroot focaccia with goat's cheese and sage, and even Fig, honey and brandy clafoutis), and ultimately use the dying embers to slow-roast (Lamb shoulder with fennel) or simply leave to cook overnight (dishes like Barbecoa beef brisket and Overnight porridge).With The Ultimate Wood-Fired Oven Cookbook, you'll master both the equipment and your cooking, getting the best out of your oven and your fuel, and enjoying the most delectable, memorable food you've ever eaten.
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Wood Fired Oven Cookbook

Author : Holly Jones
ISBN : 190314194X
Genre : Cooking
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70 recipes for incredible stone-baked pizzas and breads, roasts, cakes and desserts, all specially devised for the outdoor oven and illustrated in over 400 photographs.
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From The Wood Fired Oven

Author : Richard Miscovich
ISBN : 9781603583282
Genre : Cooking
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Provides advice, techniques, and tips for building and working with wood-fired ovens along with recipes for different heat cycles.
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Wood Fired Cooking

Author : Mary Karlin
ISBN : 9781607741336
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 45.12 MB
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This contemporary collection of more than 100 recipes from chef-instructor Mary Karlin covers the range of wood-fired cooking options available to home cooks. From flame-licked Plank-Roasted Porterhouse or Grilled Naan to a hearth-baked Milanese Risotto, Leek, and Asparagus Tart or Warm Chocolate-Chipotle Cakes, Karlin's unassuming yet refined kitchen sensibility shines through in every dish. With a vast knowledge of terrific ingredients, the diverse flavor characteristics of hardwoods, and the best live-fire techniques and equipment now available, Karlin is a passionate advocate for this growing trend. Her globally inspired Indian, Italian, Mediterranean, American, and North African recipes for cooking over live flame and embers are paired with contributions from Peter Reinhart, Bruce Aidells, Deborah Madison, and other fired-up chefs. Whether you're a seasoned barbecue expert or you just bought your first bag of lump charcoal, Wood-Fired Cooking will have you stoking appetites in no time.
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Wild Forage Cookbook

Author : Anthony L. Nelson
ISBN : 1507711255
Genre : Cooking
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Anthony Nelson is the publisher of the popular Wild Forage Blog. He started the blog to help demystify the practice of foraging for your own food. The Wild Forage Cookbook is a compilation of some of the best recipes from his 2014 blog. Anthony is not a professional chef with a degree form a fancy culinary school. He is a home taught cook that loves to experiment with wild game, fresh fish and organically grown vegetables. Anthony will show you how to take these natural ingredients and create delicious meals. This book contains thirty-four mouthwatering recipes. The preparation of each recipe is explained in detail with pictures to help you through the cooking process. The Wild Forage Cookbook is unique in the fact that it contains more than just recipes. The book includes favorite stories from the field as Anthony fished, hunted, foraged, gardened and learned how to cook using a wood fired oven. Wild forage is a cookbook that keeps you well fed with both delicious recipes and entertaining tales from the field. After reading the Wild Forage Cookbook, you will feel confident in your abilities to gather wild foods and make a delicious meal!
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Emily The Cookbook

Author : Emily Hyland
ISBN : 9781524796846
Genre : Cooking
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The husband-and-wife team behind one of New York City’s and Nashville’s favorite pizza places share the secrets behind their acclaimed restaurants in a cookbook featuring more than 100 recipes. Legions of fans line the block as they flock to Emily and Matt Hyland’s flagship restaurants EMILY and the popular spinoff Emmy Squared. Now, with their irresistible debut cookbook, they share their delicious and doable recipes—no wood-fired oven or fancy equipment required. You’ll be shown how to re-create such crowd-pleasing favorites as their famous round pizza, the iconic Detroit pan pizza, and their legendary EMMY Burger, the juicy wonder that tops many New York City “Best Burger” lists. But EMILY: The Cookbook is more than pizza and burger perfection. You’ll also find recipes for small plates (Nguyen’s Hot Wings with Ranch Dip), salads (Shredded Brussels Sprouts with Blue Cheese, Bacon, and Miso Dressing), sandwiches (Lobster Salad Sandwich), pasta (Campanelle with Duck Ragù), cocktails (a Killer Colada), and scrumptious desserts (Rocky Road Brownies with Rum Ganache Dip). Packed with photos and handy tips, EMILY: The Cookbook is a fabulous find for people who want new ways to entertain, feed, and wow their friends and family.
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The Pizza Cookbook

Author : Williams Sonoma Test Kitchen
ISBN : 9781681886220
Genre : Cooking
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More than 20 inspired pizza recipes—plus five options for dough and four types of sauces—provide everything you need to make pizzas like a pro. Simple instructions and no-fuss baking techniques ensure delicious success, whether you’re baking in a standard oven, an outdoor grill, a large backyard pizza oven, or a small countertop oven.
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Roberta S Cookbook

Author : Carlo Mirarchi
ISBN : 9780770433727
Genre : Cooking
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The Brooklyn destination the New York Times called “one of the most extraordinary restaurants in the country”—which began as a pizza place and quickly redefined the urban food landscape—releases its highly anticipated debut cookbook. When Roberta’s opened in 2008 in a concrete bunker in Bushwick, it was a pizzeria where you could stop in for dinner and stumble out hours later, happy. It’s still a down-the-rabbit-hole kind of place but has also become a destination for groundbreaking food, a wholly original dining experience, and a rooftop garden that marked the beginning of the urban farming movement in New York City. The forces behind Roberta’s—chef Carlo Mirarchi and co-owners Brandon Hoy and Chris Parachini—share recipes, photographs, and stories meant to capture the experience of Roberta’s for those who haven’t been, and to immortalize it for those who’ve been there since the beginning.
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The Art Of Wood Fired Cooking

Author : Andrea Mugnaini
ISBN : 9781423614555
Genre : Cooking
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The Art of Wood-Fired Cooking begins with detailed instructional information on the ins and outs of the wood-burning oven. With Cook, teacher, and entrepreneur Andrea Mugnaini's reassuring advice and careful instruction, it's easy to create and cook mouthwatering wood-fired dishes. Mugnaini has spent over 20 years perfecting the craft of wood-fired cooking. She started Mugnaini Imports in 1989 to bring the Italian style of cooking and living to America through wood-fired, pizza-oven sales. A pioneer of the industry, she founded the first cooking school dedicated to wood-fired cooking. When she is not teaching or in the office, Mugnaini entertains crowds in the Sonoma Wine Country with her live, interactive cooking events. Now she shares the methods she has been teaching through her classes, sharing delicious recipes for pizzas, breads, fish, poultry, meats, vegetables, pastas, and desserts. Fire up the oven and enjoy: Butterflied Shrimp Zucchini Gratin with Tomatoes and Gruyere Tuscan-Style Pot Roast with Herbs and Chianti Focaccia with Onions and Thyme Limoncello Bread Pudding with Fresh Blackberries
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The Tra Vigne Cookbook

Author : Michael Chiarello
ISBN : 0811863794
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 86.15 MB
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A paperback edition of the classic cookbook from the popular Food Network chef shares simple but sophisticated recipes that feature seasonal ingredients, from asparagus and fresh peas to greens and winter squash, that celebrate the author's Italian heritage and the cooking traditions of California's wine country. Reprint.
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Mississippi Current Cookbook

Author : Regina Charboneau
ISBN : 9781493009244
Genre : Cooking
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Discover the diverse food and culinary traditions from the ten states that border America’s most important river--and the heart of American cuisine--with 200 contemporary recipes for 30 meals and celebrations, and more than 150 stunning photographs. Starting at the river’s source in Minnesota, renowned chef/restaurateur Regina Charboneau introduces readers to a Native American wild rice harvest dinner, a Scandinavian summer’s end crayfish party, and a Hmong Southeast Asian New Year’s Eve buffet. Next the book moves to the river’s middle region, from Hannibal to New Madrid, featuring a dinner to honor the man most associated with the Mississippi--Mark Twain. Recipes are supplied for imaginative menus for such occasions as a St. Louis Italian spread featuring the city’s famous toasted ravioli, a farmer’s market lunch, and an Arkansas farm supper influenced by the vast farmlands on both sides of the Mississippi. The lower region, from Beale Street to the Bayous of the Gulf of Mexico, gives an insight into the author’s river roots in Natchez. Included are biscuits, shrimp, smoked tomatoes over creamy grits, a New Orleans-style Reveillon dinner, and a blessing of the fleet dinner inspired by the Vietnamese fisherman who shrimp at the mouth of the river. Scattered throughout are intriguing sidebars on such topics as how the paddlewheel steamboat came to ply the waters of the Mississippi, the traditional canoe method of harvesting Minnesota wild rice, and the 3,000 mile River Road lining the waterway. Throughout are stunning photographs of local scenery, dishes, and ingredients taken by renowned photographer Ben Fink on the magnificent American Queen riverboat and at farms, historic homes, and towns along the length of the river.
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The Kamado Grill Cookbook

Author : Fred Thompson
ISBN : 9780811760447
Genre : Cooking
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Because of the airtight seal it can achieve, the ceramic-insulated kamado grill is the "fix it and forget it" of the smoking world. Bring the grill to temperature, put on your brisket, ribs, or pork shoulder, lock down the grill, and it will maintain temperature for 5 to 12 hours, no added fuel needed. In The Kamado Grill Cookbook, Fred Thompson teaches the special techniques needed for kamado grill success.
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Bread Lover S Bread Machine Cookbook

Author : Beth Hensperger
ISBN : 155832156X
Genre : Cooking
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The author, a "master baker," reveals how she transcended her skepticism over bread machines and discusses the wide variety of techniques and breads available to home bakers. Simultaneous.
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The Kamado Smoker And Grill Cookbook

Author : Chris Grove
ISBN : 9781612433851
Genre : Cooking
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THE FIRST ALL-ENCOMPASSING GUIDE TO THE WILDLY POPULAR EGG-SHAPED CERAMIC COOKER THAT’S BLOWING UP THE WORLD OF BARBECUE Organized into 52 tutorials that combine a valuable kamado cooking technique with a delicious recipe, this book takes you from casual griller to kamado master chef with detailed instruction on: • Grilling: Cajun Strip Steak • Smoking: Hickory-Smoked Chicken • Searing: Cowboy Ribeye • Brick Oven Baking: Wood-Fired Pizza • Stir-Firing: Thai Beef with Basil • Salt-Block: Grilling Tropical Seared Tuna • Cold Smoking: Flavorful Fontina Cheese • Convection Baking: Apple Flambé
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The New Mediterranean Diet Cookbook

Author : Nancy Harmon Jenkins
ISBN : 9780345536143
Genre : Cooking
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The eating style proven to reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke. Cooking Light named The New Mediterranean Diet Cookbook one of the top three healthy cookbooks of the last twenty-five years, calling it “a grand tour through the region.” Now Nancy Harmon Jenkins’s revolutionary approach to healthy eating is available for the first time as an eBook. Spanning the Mediterranean from Spain to France, Italy, and Greece, with side trips to Lebanon, Cyprus, and North Africa, this revised and updated edition of Nancy Harmon Jenkins’s acclaimed cookbook offers ninety-two mouthwatering new dishes plus the latest information about the nutritional benefits of one of the world’s healthiest cuisines. But best of all are the recipes—bursting with flavor, easy to prepare, and sure to please everyone at your table, whether you’re cooking for yourself, your family, or your friends. Known for classic favorites like tabbouleh and ratatouille, flatbreads, pastas, zesty herbs, and flavorful oils pressed from succulent olives, the Mediterranean diet combines delicious taste with health-supportive ingredients as few other cuisines do. With an emphasis on fruits and vegetables, grains and legumes, fish, lean meats, and heavenly desserts, here are recipes for over 250 outstanding dishes created for today’s American kitchens. You’ll also find new cooking techniques and a simplified approach to cooking—because simplicity is what the Mediterranean way of eating is all about. Experienced and novice cooks alike will be inspired by these delectable, seasonally inspired recipes ranging from sweet young Roman-style peas for spring to skewered shrimp for summer, robust North African Pumpkin Soup when autumn is in the air, and warming winter dishes like Lebanese Garlicky Roast Chicken and Cypriote Braised Pork with Wine, Cinnamon, and Coriander—plus a variety of fabulous pizzas and dinner pies, hearty salads like Tuscan panzanella, and satisfying small dishes known as tapas. Also included is a special selection of traditional dishes prepared for Islamic, Jewish, and Christian holidays that can be enjoyed year round. Rich in flavor and healthy nutrients but low in saturated fats and cholesterol, here are recipes that will delight your palate, nourish body and soul—and can be prepared with ease in your home kitchen.
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The Whole Foods Market Cookbook

Author : Steve Petusevsky
ISBN : 9780307493125
Genre : Cooking
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Who else but Whole Foods Market could create a cookbook so fresh, so appealing, so full of valuable information, and so perfect for the way we are all cooking and eating today? Bursting with winning recipes, healthful cooking advice, cheerful guidance through the new language of natural foods, wine and cheese information, and a comprehensive glossary, this is a “thank goodness it’s here” kind of cookbook. The world’s largest natural and organic supermarket has created 350 contemporary recipes that are destined to become new classics. Whole Foods Market presents the most popular dishes from their prepared foods section, combined with brand-new recipes that showcase the wide variety of delicious ingredients available today. Far from “crunchy granola” fare, sophisticated recipes include Shrimp and Scallop Chalupas, Hazelnut Crusted Pork Loin, Thai-Style Green Curry Chicken, Griddled Sesame and Garlic Tofu with Wilted Bok Choy, Honey Jalapeño Barbecue Sauce, and Maple Butterscotch Macadamia Blondies. From meat and fish to tofu and vegetables, kid-friendly dishes to one-pot meals, the choices are dazzling, and with more than 200 of the recipes either vegetarian or vegan, the options are diverse. But the recipes are just the beginning. Steve Petusevsky and Whole Foods Market Team Members shed light on the confusing world of natural foods, presenting interesting, accessible information and all kinds of helpful cooking advice. The Whole Foods Market Cookbook is as welcoming and fun as a trip to one of their stores. Find out the answers to questions such as: How do I cook quinoa? What are the different kinds of tofu, and how do I know which to buy? How should I stock a great natural foods pantry? What are good alternatives to wheat pasta? What does “organic” mean? A glossary with more than 150 definitions provides a great reference for all of the terms and ingredients that have been edging their way into our vocabularies and kitchens. With recipe bonuses, tips from the team, variations, sidebars, and 30 menu suggestions, this is the natural foods guide that so many of us have been waiting for. From the Trade Paperback edition.
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The Portlandia Cookbook

Author : Fred Armisen
ISBN : 9780804186117
Genre : Cooking
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The companion cookbook to the hit show Portlandia by the Emmy-nominated stars and writers Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein, with 50 delicious recipes for every food lover, freegan, organic farmer, and food truck diehard. Food plays a very special role in Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein’s award-winning satire Portlandia and now you can cook the dishes that define the show, from cult-raised chicken and Stu’s stews to pickled veggies and foraged green salads. Complete with full-color finished food photographs and illustrations, humorous stories and sidebars from the loveable food-obsessed Portlandia characters (such as Mr. Mayor, Peter and Nance, and Colin the chicken), and advice on how to choose a bed and breakfast and behave at a communal table, this is a funny cookbook—with serious recipes—for anyone who loves food. And yes, the chicken’s local.
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The Great American Cookbook

Author : Clementine Paddleford
ISBN : 9780847837472
Genre : Cooking
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The first and greatest book of regional American cuisine, now revised for today’s home cook. Imagine a person with the culinary acumen of Julia Child, the inquisitiveness of Margaret Mead, and the daring of Amelia Earhart. This is Clementine Paddleford, America’s first food journalist. In the 1930s, Paddleford set out to do something no one had done before: chronicle regional American food. Writing for the New York Herald Tribune, Gourmet, and This Week, she crisscrossed the nation, piloting a propeller plane, to interview real home cooks and discover their local specialties. The Great American Cookbook is the culmination of Paddleford’s career. A best seller when first published in 1960 as How America Eats, this coveted classic has been out of print for thirty years. Here are more than 500 of Paddleford’s best recipes, all adapted for contemporary kitchens. From New England there is Real Clam Chowder; from the South, Fresh Peach Ice Cream; from the Southwest, Albondigas Soup; from California, Arroz con Pollo. Behind all the recipes are extraordinary stories, which make this not just a cookbook but also a portrait of America.
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