My Kind Of Food

Author: John Torode
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1472225848
Size: 20,75 MB
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My Kind of Food is a very personal book from John Torode, full of the food that he loves to cook and eat, recipes that he makes away from the cameras and professional kitchens. In John's words: 'My world as I know it started with my Nanna's roasting tin, a chicken and a wooden spoon. The food she cooked was always simple, but delicious. Her cauliflower cheese was awesome, her caramel slice wonderful and I am still searching for a recipe to make her apple tea cake. So life started simply for me. Since then I have cooked in professional kitchens, run my own restaurants and done a lot of telly. Some of you may have eaten in my restaurants, some may have seen me on MasterChef, but I guess that not many of you know what I really cook for myself and my friends and family. This book is about how I cook at home and the chapters reflect me and the things in life I love - how I eat and how I cook. At its heart, it is simple, but it's definitely also influenced by my years in restaurant kitchens. I don't tend to define my food by type or style. I guess you could say that these are my real favourites - a behind-the-scenes look at my own kitchen!' BRUNCH TO LUNCH The Aussie in me is all about eating through the morning. My perfect day starts slowly - if breakfast is the meal of kings, then brunch is the food of emperors. FOR THE FAMILY Although I am a professional cook, I have a number of dishes that I rely on at home. They are all tried-and-tested, some are posh, some are simple, but all are favourites. IN A RUSH I cook every day, but sometimes it needs to be quick and easy. But there's no reason why a quick meal should not be tasty. STORES AND LEFTOVERS Great food is created from necessity. Open your cupboards and look for the potential in your fridge. For many a minefield, but for me a gold mine. These are the recipes I know well from being a boy and watching in wonder what could be made with a bit of this and a bit of that. Not complicated just delicious. ALL OUTSIDE Well, I am an Aussie. Some of the best food in the world is cooked outside, where having fun is as important as cooking. AND TO FINISH I love a good dessert. A proper steaming pudding with thick custard or real ice cream. It's all about being a kid and not caring about sugar and spice. Cakes and tarts and pies and lots of them.

My Kind Of Food

Author: Valli Little
Editor:
ISBN: 9780733335273
Size: 12,88 MB
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Valli shares the secrets of her favourite foods, so that you can make it your kind of food, too. One of Australia's favourite food writers and cooks, Valli Little is loved for her imaginative, easy-to-follow and fail-safe recipes. She firmly believes that cooking should be a light-hearted, fun experience - it's not about perfection and sticking rigidly to a recipe. MY KIND OF FOOD takes us into the heart of Valli's enthusiasm and passion for experimenting with flavours and ingredients to come up with recipes you will want to cook and share time and time again. Featuring 100 recipes that will inspire home cooks and foodies alike, this is a very personal book that shares Valli's delight in serving beautiful simple food that embraces both traditions and trends. 'I love cooking for my family and friends - a table piled high with delicious food surrounded by people I love is my idea of heaven' - Valli Little

My Kind Of Food Soul Will You Make It Through

Author: Jason Browne
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 0359069312
Size: 13,90 MB
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My Kind Of Cooking

Author: Mark Sargeant
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0857382896
Size: 13,58 MB
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MY KIND OF COOKING is Mark Sargeant's exciting introduction to food that few people usually consider, or have the confidence to cook. It is also a very personal book with Mark applying his Michelin-starred skills to childhood, favourite, fun and newly developed dishes. MY KIND OF COOKING concentrates on the cheaper cuts of meat and types of fish, giving cooking techniques and 120 recipes to get the best out of them. Supermarkets are starting to introduce cheaper style cuts of meat - now you will find things like oxtail and beef flank in the meat aisles, and Waitrose are even putting pigs trotters on the shelves. Mark Sargeant shows us how to use fantastic pieces of meat, with recipes that make them as delicious and tender as the prime cuts, at a less than prime price. He also utilizes a lot of cheaper, and sustainable, fish which are becoming more widely available. The current financial climate means we've all had to tighten our belts, but this doesn't mean we need to forego fabulous and tasty food. 'Sarge' is passionate about getting the best out of the best produce, getting back to basics in the kitchen and showing that everyone can delight their palate whilst watching the pennies.

My Kind Of Place

Author: Susan Orlean
Editor: Random House
ISBN: 1588364321
Size: 14,81 MB
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New Yorker writer and author of The Library Book takes readers on a series of remarkable journeys in this uniquely witty, sophisticated, and far-flung travel book. In this irresistible collection of adventures far and near, Orlean conducts a tour of the world via its subcultures, from the heart of the African music scene in Paris to the World Taxidermy Championships in Springfield, Illinois—and even into her own apartment, where she imagines a very famous houseguest taking advantage of her hospitality. With Orlean as guide, lucky readers partake in all manner of armchair activity. They will climb Mt. Fuji and experience a hike most intrepid Japanese have never attempted; play ball with Cuba’s Little Leaguers, promising young athletes born in a country where baseball and politics are inextricably intertwined; trawl Icelandic waters with Keiko, everyone’s favorite whale as he tries to make it on his own; stay awhile in Midland, Texas, hometown of George W. Bush, a place where oil time is the only time that matters; explore the halls of a New York City school so troubled it’s known as “Horror High”; and stalk caged tigers in Jackson, New Jersey, a suburban town with one of the highest concentrations of tigers per square mile anywhere in the world. Vivid, humorous, unconventional, and incomparably entertaining, Susan Orlean’s writings for The New Yorker have delighted readers for over a decade. My Kind of Place is an inimitable treat by one of America’s premier literary journalists.

Chicken Soup For The Soul My Kind Of America

Author: Amy Newmark
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1611592739
Size: 19,29 MB
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More than ever, Americans are refocusing on what we are known for: kindness, tolerance and compassion. This is not a book about politics. This is a book about people — one at a time — doing what we do best. These 101 stories proudly serve as testimony that America is still a country filled with good people who volunteer in our communities, help people who need help, and pride ourselves on doing the right thing. Our huge and varied country is known for tolerance, energy, and spirit. We are proud of our inclusive and welcoming attitude, no matter our color, our country of origin, our sexual identity, or our religion. This is a book about hope and the true American spirit. It reminds us that a kind America is everyone’s kind of America.

The Complete Book Of Food Combining

Author: Kathryn Marsden
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0748125035
Size: 20,74 MB
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Food combining enhances the quality of your diet, increases your intake of vitamins and minerals and improves the way the body digests and absorbs nourishment. It is one of the safest and most successful ways to lose weight as well as being an invaluable, natural remedy for a variety of health problems. In her new definitive book Kathryn Marsden explains everything you'll ever need to know about food combining in one easy-to-follow volume. The book is divided into 4 parts: Part 1 Essential basics including principles, short cuts, food charts etc; Part 2 Food combining for specific reasons ie. weight loss, food allergies, fluid retention, low blood sugar, stress etc; Part 3 Four weeks of food combining recipes and menu plans; Part 4 Alphabetical check list for specific foodsFor more information on Kathryn Marsden please visit www.kathrynmarsden.com

My Kind Of Crazy

Author: Katie O'Sullivan
Editor: The Wild Rose Press Inc
ISBN: 1628303611
Size: 13,78 MB
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Kendall Roarke is betting everything on making her Harwichport Bed & Breakfast into the premier wedding destination on Cape Cod, despite her recent messy divorce. Jonathan Reynolds moved back to the Cape to take over his uncle's business and start fresh after his own marriage ended. He's not looking for anything complicated - until he meets Kendall, with her big plans and wild mop of curls. Throw an unruly foster puppy and an uptight new neighbor into the mix and things get a little crazy. Now Kendall has to decide if it's the kind of crazy that she can live with... for the rest of her life.

I Mtwo Years Old

Author: Jerri Wolfe
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0671003380
Size: 20,18 MB
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Identifies common behavioral problems, from aggression to whining, presents the child's perspective, and offers a variety of solutions

My Kind Of Country

Author: Carl Carmer
Editor: Syracuse University Press
ISBN: 9780815603108
Size: 13,67 MB
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Now in paperback for the first time, this book is really a "best of," as chosen by the author himself.