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Après Moi, Le Dessert: An Eighteenth Century Model Meal By Jim Chevallier
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Original eighteenth century recipes (most newly translated from French) selected to match a "model meal" given in a classic period cookbook:---- FIRST SERVICE (Soups and entrees) -... More > CENTERPIECE: Oille ~SIX ENTREES:Terrine of partridge with cabbage~Terrine of filet of duck with green sauce~Pigeon tart~Chickens in galantine~Filet of beef with cucumbers~A grenade with blood - TWO HORS-D'OEUVRES: Quail in the frying pan~Chicken in cinders---- SECOND SERVICE (roasts) -CENTERPIECE: A small quarter of veal, larded and served in its juice~FOUR ROASTS:1 hen garnished with chickens with eggs~One hen~Four young rabbits~A plate of young pheasants garnished with young quail; FOUR HORS-D'OEUVRES: Two salads~Two sauces---- THIRD SERVICE (Entremets)-CENTERPIECE: Partridge pate or boar's head SIX MEDIUM DISHES: Omelet a la Noailles~Fried cream, garnished with peach beignets~A stew of green truffles~A dish of artichokes~A dish of peas~A dish of crayfish TWO HORS D'OEUVRES: Fried animelles~A dish of ramekins< Less
Cooking With Coffee By Zahid Ameer
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Cooking With Coffee! Coffee, don't just drink it! Every country has their own unique flavors. Every degree of roasting, from light to dark French roast, creates a new taste experience. Savor the... More > bouquet and unique body and flavors. If you drink coffee and you haven't embarked on your own journey you are missing out on a wonderful experience. You owe it to yourself to start today. A natural result of my love for gourmet coffee was using it as an ingredient in cooking. Coffee's rich, smoky flavors can enhance all manner of dishes. Coffee flavoring is distinctive in most dessert recipes, but when adding to meat dishes, it tends to bring out the meat flavor without an overpowering coffee flavor. Try some of these coffee recipes to perk up your home cooking. The coffee in these recipes may be in brewed, whole bean or granulated form so be sure to read the recipe thoroughly before beginning to be sure you have the proper ingredients< Less
Après Moi, Le Dessert By Jim Chevallier
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18th century recipes, most newly translated from French, related to those in a "model meal" from a famous period cookbook: 1st SERVICE - SOUPS & ENTRÉES Centerpiece -- Oille/ 6... More > Entrées -- Terrine of partridge with cabbage/ Terrine of filet of duck with green sauce/ Pigeon tart/ Chickens in galantine/ Filet of beef with cucumbers/ A grenade with blood/ 2 Hors-d'Oeuvres -- Quail in the frying pan/ Chicken in cinders/ 2nd SERVICE - ROASTS Centerpiece: A small quarter of veal, larded & served in its juice/ 4 Roasts -- 1 hen garnished with chickens with eggs/ 1 hen/ 4 young rabbits/ A plate of young pheasants garnished with young quail/ 4 Hors-d'oeuvres -- 2 salads/ 2 sauces/ 3rd SERVICE - ENTREMETS Centerpiece -- Partridge paté or boar's head/ 6 Medium Dishes -- Omelet à la Noailles/ Fried cream, garnished with peach beignets/ A stew of green truffles/ A dish of artichokes/ A dish of peas/ A dish of crayfish/ 2 Hors-d'oeuvres -- Fried animelles/ A dish of ramekins< Less
bean there, drunk that... the definitive guide to coffee and the world of the barista By David Gee & Matthew Gee
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bean there, drunk that...is a book designed for everyone who enjoys coffee. It covers everything from: the history of coffee, how coffee is grown, harvested, roasted and blended, how to keep coffee... More > fresh, how a grinder works and how to adjust it, how to operate an espresso machine, how to texture milk, how to pour all the different coffees on a coffee menu, how home espresso machines work, getting and keeping a job as a barista, how to master coffee art This book concentrates on the production of excellent gourmet coffee and the authors, being barista teachers themselves, convey this in a way that is both easy to read and entertaining. Simply put, bean there, drunk that...is the perfect manual for the barista, the aficionado or even the shameless coffee snob! 128 Pages. 160+ images. Authors and professional baristas, David and Matthew, have owned a coffee roasting facility, four espresso bars and developed the first coffee art course in the world.< Less
Getting to Know Allah - Legacy Edition By Bernard Payeur
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"111:1-5 Perish the hands of Abu Lahab, and may he perish too; neither his wealth nor what he has earned will avail him anything. He will roast in a flaming fire, and his wife will be a carrier... More > of fire-wood, she shall have a rope of fibre around her neck." The phrase "In the Name of Allah, the Compassionate, the Merciful" launches 112 of the 114 chapters of the Koran. If compassionate is defined as being aware of the suffering of an other and wishing to relieve it, and merciful as being unconditionally kind and forgiving, then these are not the qualities we would associate with the Author of verses about roasting a man over an open fire, with his wife, tethered like an animal, supplying the firewood fueling the flame that is burning her husband. Does it matter that Abu Lahab and his wife did not hide their disdain for the Prophet Muhammad and his new religion? It matters to Allah, and what matters to Allah is what Getting to Know Allah is all about.< Less
Seasons in the Valley By James Walton & James Walton
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Cookbook featuring the best of the Brandywine Valley's four seasons. Chef James Walton showcases how to use the best produce at the farmers markets all year long. Over 45 great recipes and essentials... More > like simple tart dough and even how to cure your own bacon 25% of all profits will be donated to Fair Food an organization dedicated to bringing chefs and farmers together. Try delicious seasonal favorites like baked apples with granola, roasted pumpkin soup with local blue cheese, pickled beets, goat cheese gnocchi with sweet peas and a beautiful BLT salad.< Less
5 Star Kabobs Recipes By Jocelyn Ferguson
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Kebab (also kebap, kabob, kebob, or kabab) is a Middle Eastern, Eastern Mediterranean, and South Asian dish of pieces of meat, fish, or vegetables roasted or grilled on a skewer or spit originating... More > either in the Eastern Mediterranean or the Middle East, before spreading worldwide. In American English, kebab with no qualification refers to shish kebab cooked on a skewer, whereas in Europe it refers to doner kebab. In the Middle East, however, kebab refers to meat that is cooked over or next to flames; large or small cuts of meat, or even ground meat; it may be served on plates, in sandwiches, or as dürüm. Here you will find five star kabobs recipes from all over the world.< Less
HARVEST TIME - Favorite Fall Foods By Gregory L. Heal
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165 Pages. Over 230 recipes. Harvest Time is comprised of foods from the fall season. The old-fashioned style reflects a way of cooking much slower in comparison with today’s fast pace. In... More > this book you will find comforting dishes that warm the soul. Chapters include sections for chili, casseroles, and stews. Fall soups, squashes, and roasts are easily displayed throughout. Old recipes for apple and pumpkin butters are classics that will be treasured. There is a chapter entitled “Oktoberfest”, devoted to German cooking. It includes grilled bratwurst, German brown bread, and braised spicy spareribs. For the sweet tooth, are a variety of pies, cakes and old-fashioned desserts. From the author of Give Thanks - A Collection of Heartland Recipes.< Less
Thanksgiving Update 2008 By Traci J. Sellers
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Traci's Transformational Kitchen Presents Thanksgiving Update 2008! Learn about how the "Food Holiday" is celebrated at the Sellers home, with traditional favorites as well as some new... More > additions including: Green Bean Casserole, Sprouted Wheat Blender Yeast Rolls, Wild Rice and Almond Stuffing, Caramel Pecan Pie, Pumpkin Pie, Palm Whipped Creme, Roasted Butternut Squash Soup, Harvest Salad, Holiday Yams, Fruit Salad, Pumpkin Milk and Grandma Knudsen's Fresh Cranberry Sauce. Get your copy today! Note: This packet is designed to be used in conjunction with Traci's Transformational Kitchen Recipe Collection.< Less
Seasons in the Valley By James Walton
eBook (PDF): $5.00
Cookbook featuring the best of the Brandywine Valley's four seasons. Chef James Walton showcases how to use the best produce at the farmers markets all year long. Over 45 great recipes and essentials... More > like simple tart dough and even how to cure your own bacon 25% of all profits will be donated to Fair Food an organization dedicated to bringing chefs and farmers together. Try delicious seasonal favorites like baked apples with granola, roasted pumpkin soup with local blue cheese, pickled beets, goat cheese gnocchi with sweet peas and a beautiful BLT salad.< Less

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