You'll love this book, the recipes are easy, the ingredients are easy to get and they don't take long to make. Foodlovers turn to Chive Greats for information and inspiration.
This is a very... More > satisfying book, however I would recommend you eat something before you read this book, or you won't be able to make it through without reaching for a skillet or saucepan!
Chive Greats is packed with more information than you could imagine. 100 delicious dishes covering everything, each employing ingredients that should be simple to find and include Chive. This cookbook offers great value and would make a fabulous gift.
This book will also give you enough inspiration to experiment with different ingredients since you'll find the extensive index to be extremely helpful.
The recipes are superb. Wonderfully easy to put together and you don't have to make or purchase a ton of condiments before you have a chance to play with them.
A Crash Course on How to Grow Chives
Chives is the common name of Allium schoenoprasum, the smallest species of the edible onions. A perennial plant, it is native to Europe, Asia and North America.... More > A. schoenoprasum is the only species of Allium native to both the New and the Old Worlds.
The name of the species derives from the Greek skhoínos (sedge) and práson (leek). Its English name, chives, derives from the French word cive, from cepa, the Latin word for onion.
Chives are a commonly used herb and can be found in grocery stores or grown in home gardens. In culinary use, the scapes and the unopened, immature flower buds are diced and used as an ingredient for fish, potatoes, soups, and other dishes.
This book covers several topics including:
- Nutrition Information
- Climate & Growing Conditions
- How to Prepare the Garden Soil
- How to Plant
- How to Water
and much more!
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Garlic is one of the most valuable and versatile foods on the planet. Garlic belongs to the Allium family of vegetables which also includes onions, chives, shallots and leeks.
Today garlic is a... More > widely recognized health enhancing supplement. Garlic promotes the well-being of the heart and immune systems with antioxidant properties and helps maintain healthy blood circulation. One of garlic's most potent health benefits includes the ability to enhance the body's immune cell activity.< Less
As former British colony, Australian culinary tastes were strongly influenced by British and Irish traditions and agricultural products such as beef cattle, sheep and wheat became staples in the... More > national diet. Australian cuisine is also influenced by its multicultural immigration program, particularly under the influence of Mediterranean and East Asian cuisines. This cookbook is a collection of authentic recipes from various parts of Australia. With this book, you have the taste of Australia right at your fingertips. Here are some sample recipes in this cookbook: Anzac Biscuits, Aussie Meat Pie Filling, Aussie Shrimp on the Barbie with Orange Ginger, Australian Chocolate Crackles, Baked Stuffed Mullet, Camel Meatballs with Mint Dipping Sauce, Chive-Mustard Potato Salad with Sausage Skewers, Easy Emu Meatballs with a Red Wine Dipping Sauce, Lamb Leg Rolled in Wattle Seed and Macadamia, Pavlova, Queensland Blue Pumpkin Soup, Spaghetti with a Spicy Kangaroo and Mushroom Sauce, Vegemite Pinwheels and many more.< Less
This cookbook includes 500 recipes using spinach as ingredient. It gives you step by step instructions for making healthy and delicious dishes you will enjoy. Whether cooking for your family or... More > preparing for a gathering, this cookbook is an indispensable part of your recipe collection.
Here are some sample recipes from this cookbook: Baby Spinach Omelet; Baked Haddock with Spinach and Tomatoes; Baked Tofu Spinach Wrap; Beef-Spinach Lattice Pie; Chicken Strawberry Spinach Salad with Ginger-Lime Dressing; Creamed Spinach with Jalapenos; Deep Fried Spinach; Garlic Spinach Balls; Hamburger Spinach Quiche; Italian Spinach Sausage Pie; Mushroom and Spinach Ravioli with Chive Butter Sauce; Oyster and Spinach Chowder; Potato and Spinach Croquettes; Pumpkin, Butter Bean and Spinach Curry; Salmon and Spinach Fettuccine; Sausage Spinach Alfredo Lasagna; Spinach and Feta Turkey Burgers; White Bean, Spinach and Barley Stew; Wilted Spinach with Cherries and Goat Cheese; Yogurt Spinach Dip and many more recipes.< Less
Are you tired of losing the battle of weight loss? Are you finally ready to try something proven? If you are, you are looking at the right book.
This e-book includes a 7-day diet plan to get you... More > started, and delicious weight watchers recipes to sustain your path to healthy living. It also includes points guide to all common food and ingredients, as well as the points guide to the restaurant food.
Here are some sample recipes: Eggs Benedict, Cobb Salad, Sun-Blush Tomato and Rosemary Flatbreads, Corn on the Cob with Chilli Herb Dressing, Char Grilled Fillet Steak with Spicy Shoestrings and Mustard Mayo, Roast Beetroot with Soft Cheese, Crispy Bacon and Chives, Cauliflower Cheese, Roast Veg Penne, Swiss Roll, Strawberry Shortcakes, Honey and Brandy Roasted Figs, Banana Bread Pudding, Baked Potato with Runner Beans, Stuffed Vegetables, All Day Breakfast Sarnie, Lemon Chicken, Tomato Soup, Marinated Cod with Sweet Potato and Broccoli, Trout with Pesto Pasta and many more recipes...< Less
Good foods are mostly natural foods.
Bad foods are processed foods.
Here are some types of food, good and bad:
Grains are good if they're not refined, bleached or sweetened; barley, corn, millet,... More > rice, rye, sorghum, wheat.
Raw vegetables are best. Properly cooked vegetables retain some of their nutrients; asparagus, celery, leek, peppers, yam
artichoke, chives, lentils, potato, zucchini, beans, collards, lettuce, rutabaga, beets, cucumbers, mushrooms, spinach, beet, greens, dandelion, greens, mustard, greens, squash, broccoli, egg, plant, okra, sweet, potato, brussels, sprout, endives, onion, turnip, cabbage, garlic, parsley, turnip, greens, cauliflower, kale, peas, watercress.
Fresh fruits are good raw with the skin on; apple, apricot, avocado, banana, berry, cantaloupe, cherry, currant, fig, grape, grapefruit, honeydew, lemon, lime, nectarine, orange, papaya, peach, pear, pineapple, plum, rhubarb, tangerine, tomato, watermelon.< Less