Churchill S Cookbook

Author: Georgina Landemare
Editor:
ISBN: 9781782816737
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"Winston Churchill is well-known for his hearty appetite and love of food. Churchill's Cookbook gives a fascinating insight into what he ate during the Second World War, containing over 250 delicious recipes created by his personal cook, Georgina Landemare"--Page 4 of cover.

Irongran

Author: Edwina Brocklesby
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0751571105
Size: 12,81 MB
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'If I can start to run at 50 and become the oldest British woman to complete an Ironman, everyone should realise it's never too late' At the age of 50, Eddie Brocklesby decided to run her first half marathon. Until that point, she'd done little running, and her exercise regime consisted of little more than chauffeuring her children to their own sports clubs. In common with so many people, any interest she'd shown in sport in her childhood had diminished as her adult life progressed, with spare time becoming ever more limited in the face of work and family commitments. After that event, and following the loss of her husband of thirty years to cancer, she completed a marathon. Now, 75 years old, the past twenty years has seen Eddie take part in marathons, triathlons and Ironman races across the globe and she has accrued many medals and awards. In Irongran, Eddie looks back on her life and explains just how she's managed to develop the energy to match the enthusiasm she's always had for an active lifestyle. She shares the difficulties she's experienced in her sporting endeavours, and explains how she's managed to overcome them. Eddie is passionate about the health and wellbeing of our ageing population and provides up to date research about why keeping active in later years is so important, along with guidance about how to remain full of life in your later years.

Earth Song Cookbook

Author: C.J. Plain
Editor: Earth Song Garden
ISBN: 1981271562
Size: 11,74 MB
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Earth's Simple Guide to Health through Food contains a wealth of information on health, diet, alternative medicine, natural food presentation, and recipes, researched by an expert in the field. Readers will learn how to apply food as medicine and the learn how to adjust the contemporary diet to; treat illness and nervous disorders through food, and make the transition to whole vegetable foods.

Dudefood

Author: Dan Churchill
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1476796890
Size: 13,83 MB
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From the breakout star of MasterChef Australia, Dan Churchill’s DudeFood, a cookbook that will educate, motivate, and inspire men to put on an apron and turn on the oven. Attention, dudes: you no longer have an excuse to avoid the kitchen. Dan Churchill has written a cookbook for guys who have always wanted to cook, but don’t know where to start; boyfriends who are initimidated by a frying pan; and sons who have too long relied on their parents for meals. These mouth-watering recipes are easy to read and, most important, easy to replicate. When Churchill was twelve, he put on an apron and agreed to take his turn cooking dinner for his family. Now in his twenties, Churchill draws on his self-taught experience in the kitchen, along with his extensive knowledge of nutrition, to create simple, delicious, and healthy meals. Divided into sections based on everyday scenarios and featuring forty-five recipes, DudeFood shares the secrets to cooking a repertoire of eggs, seafood, poultry, meats, vegetables, sandwiches, and even desserts. If it’s Sunday afternoon and you’re preparing for another long workweek: save time and money with Churchill’s slow roasted beef, a hearty meal you can enjoy that same evening, but also slice up for lunch tomorrow. If it’s early Wednesday morning, and you’re getting ready to hit the gym: mix the ingredients for a banana chocolate smoothie in your blender, which provides the right amount of protein you need to repair your muscles after lifting weights. If it’s Saturday night—date night—and you’re eager to impress, follow Churchill’s directions for baking a shortbread cookie topped with delicious chocolate ganache. Packed with helpful tips and shortcuts, as well as beautiful photographs, this book will turn any dude into a cook.

British Cookbook Great British Recipes

Author: James Newton
Editor: Springwood emedia
ISBN: 1476483140
Size: 16,16 MB
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This eCookbook has a selection of some of Britain's favourite recipes. The book has sections on Breakfast, Lunch Time Recipes, Tea Time Recipes- British Tea culture - including sandwiches and cakes/pastries, Dinner Time Recipes - Meat and Fish and Deserts. A Great cookbook full of British Culture.

The Settler S Cookbook

Author: Yasmin Alibhai-Brown
Editor: Portobello Books
ISBN: 1846274885
Size: 11,53 MB
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Through the personal story of Yasmin's family and the food and recipes they've shared together, The Settler's Cookbook tells the history of Indian migration to the UK via East Africa. Her family was part of the mass exodus from India to East Africa during the height of British imperial expansion, fleeing famine and lured by the prospect of prosperity under the empire. In 1972, expelled from Uganda by Idi Amin, they moved to the UK, where Yasmin has made her home with an Englishman. The food she cooks now combines the traditions and tastes of her family's hybrid history. Here you'll discover how shepherd's pie is much enhanced by sprinkling in some chilli, Victoria sponge can be enlivened by saffron and lime, and the addition of ketchup to a curry can be life-changing ...

The Unofficial Mad Men Cookbook

Author: Thomas Perry
Editor: BenBella Books, Inc.
ISBN: 1936661403
Size: 15,71 MB
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“Part cookbook, part annotated episode guide, this entertaining read has everything the die-hard Mad Men fan needs to host a fantastic cocktail party.” —Library Journal Those who love Mad Men or midcentury style can now enjoy this unauthorized cookbook with more than 70 recipes from the kitchens, bars, and restaurants seen on the addictive TV show. Ever wish you could prepare Oysters Rockefeller and a martini like they did at one of Roger Sterling’s favorite haunts, the Grand Central Oyster Bar? Ever wonder how Joan Harris manages to prepare a perfect crown roast in her tiny apartment kitchen? Or about the connection between Jackie Kennedy’s 1962 White House tour and Betty Draper’s Valentine’s Day room service order? From the tables of Manhattan’s legendary restaurants and bars to the Drapers’ Around the World dinner, this is your entrée to the culinary world of Mad Men–era New York. Packed with photos and period detail, it includes such authentic recipes as: * Playboy Whiskey Sour * Sardi’s Steak Tartar * Connie’s Waldorf Salad * Sal’s Spaghetti and Meatballs * Pat Nixon’s Date Nut Bread * Lindy’s Cherry Cheesecake “Offers an exhaustive history of New York dining in the 1960s, right down to the actual recipes used in Draper haunts like Sardi’s.” —Associated Press

Maine Sporting Camp Cookbook

Author: Alice Arlen
Editor: Down East Books
ISBN: 160893439X
Size: 12,12 MB
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The author of the successful Maine Sporting Camps collects here classic and favorite recipes from the proprietors of 47 of Maine's most popular traditional backwoods retreats. The folks who cook at these camps know that tasty, satisfying food is an important part of their clients' backwoods experience, and they have perfected many recipes to fill the bill. Organized by season, the recipes also include quotes from the owners.

The Crabby Cook Cookbook

Author: Jessica Harper
Editor: Workman Publishing
ISBN: 0761164006
Size: 20,68 MB
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Introducing a very funny, slightly edgy, winning new kind of cookbook Jessica Harper—that Jessica Harper, star of Minority Report, Stardust Memories, Love and Death, Pennies from Heaven, and more—is a working mother of two who faces the same problems of every other woman who’s the designated home cook: How do you feed a family of picky eaters when you’re not crazy about being in the kitchen in the first place? A natural-born storyteller and terrifically engaging writer, she does what she’s done all her life—entertain us—while at the same time offering 100 not just easy but really easy-to-make, really tasty recipes. Her stories are filled with charming crabbiness—of cooking early in the day for the two kids who eat only six things, then later for the husband who eats only about eight things, none of which share common ground with those first six; of inviting her mother-in-law for dinner and handing her an apron; of suffering HAS—Hostess Anxiety Syndrome—having the book club over and picking The Good Earth because it matches the neighborhood’s great new Chinese take-out, so no cooking involved! She wants to give a Nobel Prize to the person who invented bagged salad, and she recounts a wonderful story of making homemade turkey pot pie for the very first time—its crust tasted like rosemary-scented Play-Doh—to serve to Richard Gere and Cindy Crawford. But crabby or not, she’s found a way to make it work, and work brilliantly. The Crabby Cook is about how to change your food-i-tude—no more garnish guilt, for example, and why “sort of homemade” is just as good as homemade (ie, knowing when to go all out with Pain-in-the-Ass Minestrone and when to settle for the almost-as-tasty Lazy-Ass Minestrone). It’s how to identify those Miracle Foods—the stuff that everyone loves, like Gobble-It-Up Turkey Chili and Tony’s Rigatoni. And even a whole survival guide—despite her HAS—to entertaining, including drinks, Whore’s

The Great American Cookbook

Author: Clementine Paddleford
Editor: Rizzoli Publications
ISBN: 0847837475
Size: 11,28 MB
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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.