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Pear Greats: Delicious Pear Recipes, The Top 83 Pear Recipes By Jo Franks
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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 Pear 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! Pear Greats is packed with more information than you could imagine. 83 delicious dishes covering everything, each employing ingredients that should be simple to find and include Pear. 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. Yummy!!< Less
Ginger Pear Crisp Recipe By Great Outdoors
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This recipe is precisely the same as used in the official kitchen of the famous Great Outdoors Cafe in High Springs, Florida. More info: cafepress.com/greatcafe
Sainsbury’s Recipes By JAMIE OLIVER
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Best Cook book I ever used Index 1. Ploughman's Sandwich 4 2. Rosemary - Skewered Buffalo Mozzarella Parcels 3. Apple Fritters 6 4. Baby Carrots 7 5. Baked Chicken Breasts with Cinnamon Basil 8 6.... More > Baked Mushrooms 9 7. Banana Pancakes 10 8. Lamb Balti 11 9. Beef Stroganoff 12 10. Berry Pavlova 13 11. British Bangers 14 12. Brussel Tops with Rosemary Butter 15 13. Bun and butter pudding 16 14. Cannellini Beans and Taste the difference Fougasse 17 15. Celeriac and Potato Gratin 18 16. Chicken Salad 19 17. Chocolate Brownies 20 18. Chocolate Fridge Cake 21 19. Chocolate Pudding 22 20. Chocolate and Pear Tart 23 21. Christmas Pound Pudding 24 22. Christmas Raspberry Trifle 25 etc..< Less
Soup Recipes By THERESA SAAYMAN
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Examples of what soup recipes to be looking forward to: Asparagus soup -1 Asparagus soup -2 Asparagus cream Apple soup -1 Apple soup -2 Artichoke soup Beef soup Bean soup Baked bean soup Bean and... More > corn soup Bean and hominy soup Bean and potato soup Bean and tomato soup Bisque soup Black bean soup -1 Black bean soup -2 Brown soup -1 Brown soup -2 Brown macaroni soup Barley soup Bread soup -1 Bread soup -2 Butter bean soup Cabbage soup -1 Cabbage soup -2 Cabbage and bacon soup Caper soup Carrot soup -1 Carrot soup -2 Carrot soup -3 Calf's head soup Meat balls for soup Noodle soup Noodles for soup Onion soup -1 Onion soup -2 Onion soup -3 Oatmeal soup -1 Oatmeal soup -2 Okra soup Ox-tail soup Oyster soup -1 Oyster soup -2 Parsnip soup -1 Parsnip soup -2 Pea and tomato soup. Peas soup Pears soup Plum soup Potato soup -1 Potato soup -2 Potato soup -3 Potato chowder Potato and rice soup Potato and vermicelli soup Plain rice soup< Less
The Ultimate Indian Recipe Cookbook By Percy Carlson
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India cuisine or Indian food encompasses a wide variety of regional cuisines native to India. Given the range of diversity in soil type, climate and occupations, these cuisines vary significantly... More > from each other and use locally available spices, herbs, vegetables and fruits. Indian food is also heavily influenced by religious and cultural choices. The development of these cuisines have been shaped by Dharmic beliefs, and in particular by vegetarianism, which is a growing dietary trend in Indian society. There has also been Central Asian influence on North Indian cuisine from the years of Mughal and Turkic Delhi Sultanate rule. This book includes over 330 Indian Recipes such as: - pear and mango chutney - spicy khaja - vegetable pie - simple potato cake - coconut chutney - stuffed brinjal curry and so much more! Scroll up... and click on "Buy Now" to deliver almost instantly to your iPad or other reading device.< Less
50 Summertime Favorites Recipes By eBook Corner
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Here's a collection of some of the most delicious recipes for the summer! Salads: • Olive Salad • Fresh Pear Salad • Summertime Italian Pasta Salad • Three-Bean Salad... More > • Grilled Turkey Caesar Salad • Pasta-Salmon Salad • Green Bean & Mozzarella Salad Entree's: • Grilled Apple Chicken • Grilled Pesto Pizza & Grilled Barbeque Pizza • Summer Corn Chowder • Togue (Fish) Chowder • Pulled Pork BBQ • Cube Steak Teriyaki • Barbequed Lobster Tails with Seasoned Butter • Vegetarian Chili • BBQ Steak Dinner • BBQ Sauce for Hot Wings or County-Style Pork Ribs Desserts: • Strawberry and Chocolate Pie • Cheese Cake • Rhubarb Crisp • Camp Fire Dessert • Hot Fudge Pudding Cake • Banana Bread • Banana Split Supreme • Rhubarb Cake • Raspberry Chocolate Refrigerator Roll • Banana Delight PLUS MUCH MORE!!!!!!!!< Less
Chutney World-Easy Recipes By Students’ Academy
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Apricot Orange Chutney........... Chilli-Pepper Chutney .......... Cranberry Chutney ............. Cumin Seed Chutney.............. Date and Orange Chutney ......... Dried-Tomato Mango... More > Chutney .......... Fresh Coriander Chutney ......... Green Apple Tomato Jalapeno Chutney......... Hot Chili Chutney ........ Indian Apple Chutney ........... Kiwifruit Chutney.......... Lemon and Mustard Seed Chutney .......... Mint Chutney ......... Mint-Coriander Chutney........ Nectarine Chutney.......... Papaya Mustard Chutney ........ Peach Chutney .......... Piquant Pear Chutney ...... Rhubarb Cherry Chutney ........... Vegetable Chutney...... List of Indian Spices ........ Order by Hindi .......... Information< Less
Chutney World-Easy Recipes By Students’ Academy
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Apricot Orange Chutney........... Chilli-Pepper Chutney .......... Cranberry Chutney ............. Cumin Seed Chutney.............. Date and Orange Chutney ......... Dried-Tomato Mango... More > Chutney .......... Fresh Coriander Chutney ......... Green Apple Tomato Jalapeno Chutney......... Hot Chili Chutney ........ Indian Apple Chutney ........... Kiwifruit Chutney.......... Lemon and Mustard Seed Chutney .......... Mint Chutney ......... Mint-Coriander Chutney........ Nectarine Chutney.......... Papaya Mustard Chutney ........ Peach Chutney .......... Piquant Pear Chutney ...... Rhubarb Cherry Chutney ........... Vegetable Chutney...... List of Indian Spices ........ Order by Hindi .......... Information< Less
Authentic German Recipes: Hearty and Scrumptious By R. D. Dalen
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German Food -- from the folks who brought you the Hamburger! (And maybe the hotdog.) Germans, (in addition to sauerkraut and hamburgers!) tend to eat heavy and hearty meals that include ample... More > portions of meat and bread. Potatoes are a staple food, and each region has its own favorite ways of preparing them. Some Germans eat potatoes with pears, bacon, and beans. Germans from the capital city of Berlin eat potatoes with bacon and spicy sausage. Sauerbraten is a large roast made of pork, beef, or veal that is popular throughout Germany, and is flavored in different ways depending on the region. In the Rhine River area, it is flavored with raisins, but is usually cooked with a variety of savory spices and vinegar. Fruit (instead of vegetables) is often combined with meat dishes to add a sweet and sour taste to the meal. Throughout Germany desserts made with apples are very popular. Enjoy the recipes we have included in this book!< Less
Ancient Foods & Recipes of the Ages: Ancient Jerusalem By R.D. Dalen
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The unsuccessful Bar-Kochba uprising against the Romans in the second century BC severely depleted the Jewish population and made normal life virtually impossible, causing in a return to ancient... More > agricultural patterns and a sharp decline in importations of goods. A variety of fruits were also grown, including pomegranates, peaches, almonds, nuts, apples, pears of various kinds, carobs, black strawberries, citrons, peanuts, and pistachio nuts. Legumes such as ful, vetches, sweet peas, beans, lentils, peas, lupines, and sesame continued to constitute food staples. However, the main crops were still wheat, olives, and grapes. The typical meal consisted of a slice of bread dipped in oil or vinegar, a dish of legumes (soup or gruel), and fruits, particularly figs. Chapter 5 includes a large variety of Jewish recipes based on the period.< Less