Everyone Can Cook

Author: Vikas Khanna
Editor: Om Books International
ISBN: 9382607323
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A simple philosophy inspired by the idea of touching lives through food, Everyone Can Cook is Chef Vikas Khanna's ode to those visionaries who took the first step towards preserving the goodness of nature in a can so that it can reach kitchens and tables across the world, even during emergencies, and nurture appetites and souls. In this book, Vikas Khanna puts together easy-to-cook recipes using a variety of canned ingredients in ways never seen before. From mouth-watering starters, comforting soups, delicious meat preparations, poultry and seafood delicacies, vegetables delights, healthy sandwiches, unusual grains, pastas and breads, decadent desserts, to refreshing beverages on a hectic or leisurely day, Everyone Can Cook is an ideal guide not only for those who wish to quickly put together a sumptuous meal, but also for beginners who wish to experiment bravely in the kitchen. So discover for yourself that you too can cook and very well.

Everybody Can Cook

Author: Cricket Azima
Editor: Drl Books, Incorporated
ISBN: 9780983622697
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Everybody Can Cook goes beyond simply providing recipes to use in the classroom. This cookbook was developed to allow instructors in both general and special education classrooms to bring hands-on cooking classes to children of all abilities, ages 2 and up, and to foster a positive relationship between children and food. There are 15 recipes and lesson plans, each complete with: shopping and equipment lists; related books and songs to enhance learning; pictorial recipes; adaptations for various physical and developmental abilities; ingredient substitutions for dietary restrictions and allergies; and visual learning cards. Children strengthen their motor skills, self-esteem, socialization, teamwork, and independence through cooking.

Everyone Can Cook

Author: Scott Taylor
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 147971125X
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Hello my name is Scott R. Taylor. For many years I have wanted a cook book that not only gives me recipes but shows and tells me the things I need to know to make food items I could be proud to serve. So I decided to make my own. One of the things I love in life is to eat good food. When I’m growing up, mom and dad’s along with grandmas cooking was always the world’s best and in my mind nobody could top them. I was born in the early 1950’s in a middle class family on the south side of Chicago. Father was from Tennessee and Mother from Ohio. So that gave me my fi rst look at fusion cooking as I knew it. By the time I hit my early teens, I learned I could not eat out every meal, so I desired to learn to cook. My passion for food grew into a 45 year career. By trial and error, cooking with other chefs, learning from friends and trying many types of cooking jobs, I have learned something new. As many of us do many things in our life, my time in the Navy, working in diners, fi ne food, major hotels, off shore oil rigs and even retirement homes have taught me every aspect of food. I could not afford to go to culinary school so I learned by doing. Read a cook book, taste the spices, ask friends, but if you like to cook and eat - GET UP AND DO IT. Living in Las Vegas to me is the best. World class food and chefs, food from around the world. This is good life for me. I hope you enjoy this book and that it answers what or want to know about cooking. Please enjoy cooking, eating and life the way that I have.

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Everyone Can Cook

Author: Eric Akis
Editor: North Vancouver, B.C. : Whitecap Books
ISBN: 9781552854488
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It's a myth that cooking is complicated or takes a lot of time to be good. Here is a cookbook that will teach you how to use fresh and readily available West Coast ingredients to make deliciously simple Mediterranean and Asian-influenced dishes. There are lots of ideas for quick everyday meals, plus easy yet impressive special-occasion recipes such as Port Marinated Strawberries Wrapped in Prosciutto, and Almond Cranberry Biscotti. Great appetizers such as Zucchini Rounds Topped with Cambozola Cheese, and Japanese-Style Chicken Skewers with Ginger Sauce won't keep you in the kitchen for long. From his popular newspaper recipe column, food writer Eric Akis gives us food with flavor and flair for cooks of all levels.

Everyone Can Cook Slow Cooker Meals

Author: Eric Akis
Editor: Whitecap Books Limited
ISBN: 9781770500273
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Known for his accessible approach to cooking, Eric Akis returns to the Everyone Can Cook Series with recipes for your slow cooker! Each of those recipes has a suggested dish to create a complete meal, whether it's for a workday or special occasion. For Eric Akis, becoming a slow cooker convert was no easy task. As a professionally trained chef and accomplished food writer, the idea of throwing everything in a pot and leaving it for 8 hours seemed like a cop-out. All it took, however, was one recipe to see the benefits of this everyday appliance. Filled with delicious slow cooked main dishes and perfect sides to go with them, Everyone Can Cook Slow Cooker Meals is the must-have accompaniment to any slow cooker. Get out your slow cooker and make dishes like: . Spiced Yam and Red Pepper Soup with Yogurt . Snapper Veracruz-style . Durban-style Chicken Curry . Sake Soy Short Ribs

Everyone Can Cook For Celebrations

Author: Eric Akis
Editor: Whitecap Books Limited
ISBN: 9781552859933
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Presents a collection of recipes and menus for festive occasions, including a winter party, a summer barbecue, Thanksgiving dinner, and an Easter brunch.

Everyone Can Cook Appetizers

Author: Eric Akis
Editor: North Vancouver, B.C. : Whitecap Books
ISBN: 9781552857939
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Easy recipes for great appetizers. Hosting a big party can be a lot of work, and preparing food for a crowd can be difficult. In his third book in the Everyone Can Cook series, Eric Akis helps hosts everywhere. Everyone Can Cook Appetizers offers delicious recipes that are easy to follow and easy to make -- giving any home cook the confidence to create a party platter. By including drinks and recipes for all sorts of occasions, Akis offers a party menu for any festive event, complete with classy canapés, Asian appetizers, pâtés, dips and, of course, desserts. Recipes include: - Crab and avocado melts - Shrimp and scallion sushi squares - Vegetable fondue - Cajun-spiced nuts - Lemon shortbread squares. Beautifully photographed with suggestions to create bold new flavors for each dish, Everyone Can Cook Appetizers serves up finger food with flair for cooks of all levels.02 Easy recipes for great appetizers. Hosting a big party can be a lot of work, and preparing food for a crowd can be difficult. In his third book in the Everyone Can Cook series, Eric Akis helps hosts everywhere. Everyone Can Cook Appetizers offers delicious recipes that are easy to follow and easy to make -- giving any home cook the confidence to create a party platter. By including drinks and recipes for all sorts of occasions, Akis offers a party menu for any festive event, complete with classy canapés, Asian appetizers, pâtés, dips and, of course, desserts. Recipes include: Crab and avocado melts Shrimp and scallion sushi squares Vegetable fondue Cajun-spiced nuts Lemon shortbread squares. Beautifully photographed with suggestions to create bold new flavors for each dish, Everyone Can Cook Appetizers serves up finger food with flair for cooks of all levels.

Everyone Can Cook Everything

Author: Eric Akis
Editor: Whitecap Books Limited
ISBN: 9781770501096
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Eric Akis is back, with the long-awaited compendium of his bestselling Everyone Can Cook? series. From his original book, Everyone Can Cook , to his subsequent guides to cooking midweek meals, slow cooker meals, appetizers, seafood and cooking for celebrations, Eric Akis has been lauded by food writers across the country for delivering recipes that really work. Everyone Can Cook Everything collects the best of over 10 years of Eric Akis-240 recipes-in one beautiful 400-pagesplus hardcover volume. This anthology is a must-have for any Akis fan and the perfect introduction for those who are just discovering Eric's straightforward and down-to- earth recipes. The book's numerous chapters provide concise recipes and cooking tips for preparing a vast array of meals-breakfasts and brunches, appetizers, soups, salads, noodle and rice dishes, vegetarian entrées, seafood, poultry and meat dishes, condiments and side dishes, baked goods and desserts. Meals that can be cooked in a slow cooker are highlighted with a special icon. Jump right in and master recipes such as: Morrocan-Spiced Potato and Carrot Salad Asian-Style Vegetable Noodle Bowl Poached Sablefish with Champagne Hollandaise Osso Bucco with Gremolata Lemon Lover's Cupcakes Cocoa Pavlova Everyone Can Cook Everything is the perfect gift for the home cook, no matter what their skill level. With this book's detailed instructions, exact preparation and cooking times, serving sizes, and many full-colour photographs, Eric Akis continues to prove that everyone really can cook everything!

Everyone Can Bake

Author: Dominique Ansel
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1501194720
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Named one of the best cookbooks of the season by The New York Times, Chowhound, Eater, Food & Wine, Forbes, and more. Acclaimed pastry chef Dominique Ansel shares his simple, foolproof recipes for tarts, cakes, jams, buttercreams, and more “building blocks” of desserts for home cooks to master and mix as they please. Dominique Ansel is the creator of beautiful, innovative, and delicious desserts, from the Frozen S’More to the Cronut®, the croissant-doughnut hybrid that took the world by storm. He has been called the world’s best pastry chef. But this wasn’t always the case. Raised in a large, working-class family in rural France, Ansel could not afford college and instead began work as a baker’s apprentice at age sixteen. There, he learned the basics—how to make tender chocolate cakes, silky custards, buttery shortbread, and more. Ansel shares these essential, go-to recipes for the first time. With easy-to-follow instructions and kitchen tips, home cooks can master the building-blocks of desserts. These crucial components can be mixed in a variety of ways, and Ansel will show you how: his vanilla tart shell can be rolled out and stamped into cookies; shaped and filled with lemon curd; or even crumbled into a topping for ice cream. This cookbook will inspire beginners and experienced home cooks alike to bake as imaginatively as Ansel himself.

Everyone Can Cook Seafood

Author: Eric Akis
Editor: North Vancouver : Whitecap Books
ISBN: 9781552856147
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Seafood is a healthy and popular choice for diners, but many home cooks are intimidated by it. Concerns over freshness, what to buy, or how to flavour it make people reluctant to prepare it more often. Eric Akis shows that indeed everyone can cook seafood. His recipes are delicious and easy to follow, and will make anyone more confident with their cooking skills. Eric also includes options for altering dishes to create new or bolder flavours. Beautifully photographed, Everyone Can Cook Seafood shows that whatever the catch of the day, it will always be satisfying.

Macrobiotic Cooking For Everyone

Author: Edward Esko
Editor: Kodansha
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Especially planned for the Western life style, this volume fully explains the basic principles of macrobiotics and persuasively argues for the economic feasibility of this way of eating. Material on dietary selection and simple self-diagnosis completes the first selection; all of the basic points are clarified by graphs and charts.

Everyone Can Write

Author: Peter Elbow
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0195355873
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With Writing without Teachers (OUP 1975) and Writing with Power (OUP 1995) Peter Elbow revolutionized the teaching of writing. His process method--and its now commonplace "free writing" techniques--liberated generations of students and teachers from the emphasis on formal principles of grammar that had dominated composition pedagogy. This new collection of essays brings together the best of Elbow's writing since the publication of Embracing Contraries in 1987. The volume includes sections on voice, the experience of writing, teaching, and evaluation. Implicit throughout is Elbow's commitment to humanizing the profession, and his continued emphasis on the importance of binary thinking and nonadversarial argument. The result is a compendium of a master teacher's thought on the relation between good pedagogy and good writing; it is sure to be of interest to all professional teachers of writing, and will be a valuable book for use in composition courses at all levels.

You Can Cook If You Can Read

Author: Muriel Simpson Fitzsimmons
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Australian Enquiry Book

Author: Mrs Lance Rawson
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ISBN: 1922013277
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Mrs Lance Rawson was one of Queensland’s well known 19th century cookery writers who urged settlers to adapt to their new environment by using locally available foods.

Love Food Can T Cook

Author: Lara DePetrillo
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0748122524
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Are you tired of getting cooking tips from people who can't even remember what it's like to need them? The shelves are full of people who can tell you how to bake a better pie - but will they remember to tell you that if you have cheap or old tins, you have to line them with baking paper so that you can get the food to come out of them? That's where LOVE FOOD, CAN'T COOK? comes in. Lara DePetrillo and Caroline Eastman-Bridges remove the intimidation from cooking and offer a light-hearted, smart and funny approach to making great food from your own kitchen - without fancy gadgets and over-complicated instructions. In this heartwarming guide to food in all its forms, you will find superb recipes, amazing facts and invaluable tips to creating fabulous meals at home.

The Cook S Canon

Author: Raymond Sokolov
Editor: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0060083905
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A collection of 101 international classic recipes pairs each with accessible preparation instructions and an essay on the historical, scientific, and cultural significance of the dish.

If You Can Read You Can Cook

Author: Edward Antrobus
Editor: SEAM Publishing
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This is a cookbook designed for readers who assume they can't cook because they've never tried. Cooking is a big, scary world filled with weird terms. What exactly is a skillet? What's the difference between a steak and a fillet? If the directions say 350 degrees for 60 minutes, can I do 700 degrees for 30? If you've ever asked one of these questions, this book is for you. Not only does it contain 70 recipes for everything from breakfast to desert, but also several pages of definitions, ingredient substitutions, conversion factors (not as scary as it sounds), and a list of the 15 tools you need to get started making delicious meals. The recipes assume no prior knowledge. Things, like hard-boiling an egg, are explained right in the recipes. Every recipe is easy to follow so its easy to cook. That's why I say: If you can read, you can cook

I Can Cook Vegan

Author: Isa Chandra Moskowitz
Editor: Abrams
ISBN: 1683353269
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From Isa Chandra Moskowitz—the bestselling author of Veganomicon—comes a book dedicated to her true love: the home cook. Isa Moskowitz learned to cook from cookbooks, recipe by recipe. And after a few decades of writing her own cookbooks, she knows what the people want: easy-to-follow instructions and accessible ingredients. I Can Cook Vegan is for cooks of all stripes: The Just-Born, Brand New Cook The Tried-and-True Seasoned Cook Who Is Tofu-Curious The Busy Weeknight Pantry Cook (this is everyone) The Farmers’ Market Junkie Who Looks at All the Pretty Colors The Reluctant Parent to the Vegan Child For Anyone Doing Vegan for the Animals For Anyone Doing Vegan for the Health Each chapter is a building block to becoming a better, more competent cook. The book teaches readers to cook the way someone might learn a new instrument: master a couple of chords, and then start to put them together to form songs. Each chapter starts with a fresh mission, and readers will cook their way through pastas, salads, sandwiches, bowls, sautés, sheet-pan suppers, and sweets—more than 125 recipes!—until they are ultimately the Best Cook Imaginable.

How To Survive On A Little

Author: Doris M Jones
Editor: Trafford Publishing
ISBN: 1412226392
File Size: 48,84 MB
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This book has strong principles on how to pay off debt, shop, spruce up leftovers, organize and pay your bills, save when you think you can't and how to utilize low interest rate credit cards to your advantage.