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In 97 Orchard, Jane Ziegelman explores the culinary life that was the heart and soul of New York's Lower East Side around the turn of the twentieth century—a city within a city, where Germans, Irish, Italians, and Eastern European Jews attempted to forge a new life. Through the experiences of five families, all of them residents of 97 Orchard Street, Ziegelman takes readers on a vivid and unforgettable tour, from impossibly cramped tenement... more...
For those of us who remember biting into a warm doughnut, fresh from the stovetop, or for the younger generation who might be experiencing that decadent confectionary for the first time, few can resist the allure of this nostalgic pastry that has become a staple in American baking. A Baker’s Field Guide to Doughnuts is the newest addition to the best-selling series from baking expert, Dede Wilson. In this whimsical... more...
No, there is no chicken stock in this soup. What you'll find here is page after glorious page of the loveliest, most delicious soups and stews - each and every one entirely vegetarian. Brimming with international flavors, Paulette Mitchell's easy-to-follow recipes are paired with unique accompaniments, garnishes, and toppings that add tremendous visual appeal. Witness hearty Pumpkin Stew baked and served in a pumpkin shell; classic onion soup updated... more...
Long acknowledged as the inspiration for such modern masters as Julia Child and Claudia Roden, A Book of Mediterranean Food is Elizabeth David's passionate mixture of recipes, culinary lore, and frank talk. In bleak postwar Great Britain, when basics were rationed and fresh food a fantasy, David set about to cheer herself --and her audience-- up with dishes from the south of France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Greece, and the Middle East. Some are... more...
A collection of recipes the author made while living in the Mediterranean area, doing her own cooking and obtaining her information first hand. The majority of dishes do not require exotic ingredients, being made with everyday vegetables, herbs, fish and poultry but treated in unfamiliar ways.
Every wine has a story. In this collection of elegantly written essays from the past thirty years, updated with a new introduction and endnotes, renowned author Gerald Asher informs wine enthusiasts with insightful, engrossing accounts of wines from Europe and America that offer just as much for those who simply enjoy vivid evocations of people and places. Asher puts wine in its context by taking the reader on a series of discursive... more...
Join Rick Browne, best-selling author, host, and producer of Barbecue America, on a pilgrimage to 100 of the oldest and most historic restaurants in America, with interesting profiles of each restaurant, recipes for their signature dishes, and hundreds of photographs that make you feel like you have a seat at the table. Come along on a pilgrimage to some of the oldest and most historic restaurants in America in A Century of Restaurants. Each is... more...
The 13th edition of A complete course in canning is ready for distribution for those interested in the canning, glass packing, and aseptic processing industries. This book has been totally revised and updated by Dr Donald Downing. The books are a technical reference and textbooks for students of food technology; food plant managers; product research and development specialists; Food equipment manufacturers and salesmen; brokers; and food industry... more...
Here at last is a book which contains all cooks need to know about the growing list of Asian vegetables found in supermarkets, farmers' markets, Asian grocery stores and specialty gourmet shops. With attractive watercolors and photos, A Cook's Guide to Asian Vegetables helps you to identify more than 125 vegetables commonly used in Asian cuisine. This book offer a wealth of information on fresh, preserved and dried vegetables and herbs: appearance and... more...
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