Journeys behind the scenes of some of the most unusual grilling contraptions found across America, in a unique cookbook that highlights innovative cooking techniques and equipment while furnishing colorful photographs, fascinating profiles of cooks across America, and nearly one hundred personal recipes. Original.
The authors describe one year in their lives spent eating only foods grown locally or produced within one hundred miles of their home, sharing their reflections on the benefits and pitfalls of local eating, with seasonal recipes.
"This retro cookbook is So Liberace. So Totally Liberace. It is the step-by-step guide to Bling Cooking, food with all the panache of the glitziest pianist that ever tinkled a Steinway. Joy of Liberace is filled with the recipes that made America swoon in the 1950s"—Provided by publisher.
The food commentator for NPR's "Weekend Edition Sunday" journeys into the heartland of America to discuss those foods that we eat for holidays, family gatherings, comfort, and other occasions, with essays on great regional specialties and more than seventy recipes for such classic foods as popovers, Southwestern chili, shepherd's pie, Irish raisin soda bread, and chicken la king. 20,000 first printing.
Providing a fun-filled guide to cooking and socializing the Southern white trash way, the West Virginia-born chef introduces a collection of treasured family recipes, entertaining ideas, home remedies, and crafts and decorating tips for all occasions, with such dishes as Ovie Cecil's Custard Goo, Clean Livin' Baptist Punch, and Lou Lou's Fried Squirrel. Original.
Traces the story of a Los Angeles native who spent time in jail for dealing drugs and discovered his aptitude for cooking while working in a federal prison kitchen, a talent that led to an executive chef position at an upscale restaurant.
Offers more than three hundred of the author's favorite recipes, including split-level pudding, gingered carrot cookies, and fold-over pear torte, and provides baking tips and a glossary.
A chocoholics compendium of more than sixty tempting recipes from chocolatiers from around the world features such concoctions as Lavender-Pistachio Hot Chocolate, Maple-Whiskey Hot Chocolate Toddy, Nutella Hot Chocolate, and many others, along with listings of ingredient resources and a history of liquid chocolate. Original.
A volume based on the popular NPR radio series explores how communities come together through food, combining popular stories from the show with new interviews, photographs, and recipes from a wide array of atypical kitchens.
A culinary, rock-and-roll odyssey around the world, written by the lead singer of the popular group Franz Ferdinand, describes a variety of gastronomic encounters, from a donut-shop in a Polish-speaking section of Brooklyn, to bull's testicles in Buenos Aires, to an almost-vegetarian buffet in Singapore. Original. 35,000 first printing.