Presents a collection of over a hundred fast recipes, including Asian-flavored chowder and no-worries chocolate mousse, accompanied by time-saving tips, recommendations for stocking a kitchen, and culinary strategies.
Highlighting the cuisine and flavors of the Mediterranean, a collection of simple but flavorful recipes looks at the influence of technique and ingredient combinations on flavors while featuring such tempting dishes as Spicy Lemon Chocolate Ganache Torte, Roasted Red Peppers with Celery Leaves and Garlic, and Bacon- and Herb-Rubbed Salt-Baked Chicken.
An award-winning chef traces his rise from being a prison inmate and dishwasher to the first African-American Chef de Cuisine at Caesar's Palace and executive chef at Cafâe Bellagio, in a text with 150 recipes inspired by his cultural heritage.
A practical guide to organic eating for readers who live in urban environments challenges popular misconceptions about organic foods in today's grocery stores, shares advice on how to create an organic kitchen, and provides seasonal recipes.
Integrating nutritional science with culinary expertise, a physician explains how to prevent disease, shed pounds, and promote overall health by using foods that tempt the palate while promoting the body's immunity.
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.
An unforgettable culinary tour of modern-day China describes the author's decision to enroll in a local Beijing cooking school, her progress from cooking student to intern at a chic Shanghai restaurant, the colorful characters she meets along the way, and China's culinary heritage and modern-day cuisine, accompanied by thirty-two authentic recipes.
A sommelier demystifies the world of wine in a colorful and opinionated look at how wine is created, the different types of wine available, the influence of wine critics, the finest wines from around the world, and the charismatic, offbeat characters she has met along the way.
Follows a restaurant critic probing the larger issues behind the globalization of eating out, in a culinary study of topics ranging from the commercialization of culinary artisans to the consequences of esoteric menus.
The award-winning author of How to Be a Domestic Goddess and Nigella Bites shares favorite warm-weather recipes including Barbecued Sea Bass, Happiness Soup, and Strawberry Meringue Layer Cake. 125,000 first printing.
This volume of more than 135 inventive salad recipes is timed to answer the great demand for healthy recipes with organic ingredients. Walthers offers up delicious twists on tired classics, including pasta salads, salad wraps, chicken salads, and more.