Learn to easily build earth and simple brick ovens for outdoor bread baking. Detailed step by step instructions accompany the photographs and graphics. No building experience required. When the... More > weather turns really nasty, we'll come indoors and bake in a conventional oven with some simple techniques. Also included are sections on sourdough and no-knead bread baking. From bagels to pita breads to pizzas in your wood-fired oven. It's all here, including historical references that make oven building and bread baking a most enjoyable experience.< Less
A collection of recipes and memories from Utica NY. All proceeds from the sale of this book go to the Compassion Coalition - a community based organization that acts as a collection and distribution... More > point for food and related products.
Compassion Coalition distributes directly to food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, halfway houses, community associations, and inner city churches that are located primarily in Utica, Rome, and the Mohawk Valley, as well as throughout New York State.< Less
This book uniquely combines cooking classes, dinner parties, family fare, everything from breakfast to dessert.
Francie says: Cooking touches me deeply. It's deep and passionate. And it feeds me as... More > it compels me to feed others. That's why I'm writing this collection of my favorite recipes- as a gift for my friends: Friends who love my food, friends who have supported me throughout the years by being loyal customers or who have taken my ongoing cooking classes, friends who have helped me realize my passions about food! Practical, Passionate, Creative.
Experience Francie and her life of the Farmlet with many beautiful photos of family, their gardens and her cooking classes. Delicious whole food recipes that come from her award winning restaurant Cafe Croissant and her cooking classes at The Neighborhood Farmlet.
This book will be a treasure in your collection!< Less
The Bulgarian Cookbook book contains 143 recipes, which will bring to your table some of the best and the tastiest dishes from the traditional Bulgarian kitchen as well as meals from other cuisines... More > across the Balkan Peninsula (Greece, Macedonia, Serbia, Croatia and Turkey). You will enjoy preparing and tasting every one of the meals!
Bulgarian cuisine is one of its kind. Gourmets all over the world have been attracted for ages by the culinary temptations that Bulgaria offers. The traditional Bulgarian cuisine is a mixture of classic Bulgarian meals with dishes from the Slavonic, Greek, Turkish and other European
Cooking traditions in Bulgaria are centuries old. They have been kept alive by passing the unique Bulgarian recipes from grandparents and parents to children and grandchildren. The very same recipes are now available to you on the pages of this book.
Bon Appétit!< Less
International African cookbook, featuring recipes from various African countries. The recipes are a collection of personal short stories from the ladies of African Sisters for Information Knowledge... More > and Empowerment (ASIKE).< Less
As we begin to change over to a healthful vegan diet, we know what we DON’T want in our lives any longer: meat, poultry, fish, eggs, milk, hydrogenated fats, white sugar and high-fructose corn... More > syrup. But what good tasting and healthful alternatives exist for these items? This book answers that question: Section One introduces Vegan Alternatives to meat, poultry, seafood, eggs, mayonnaise, dairy milk, cheese, butter, whipped cream, buttermilk, sour cream, sugar, gelatin, broth and more. It explains about plant-based protein sources; the current confusion surrounding the use of soy and gluten; and such concerns as vitamin B12. Section Two builds on this information with recipes for Beverages, Breads, Breakfast, Desserts, Entrees, Party Foods, Salads, Sandwiches, Sauces, Gravies, Side Dishes, Snacks, Soups, Stews, and Vegetable Dishes. Section Three tells you how to make your own Vegan staples such as Seitan, Seitan Sausage, Tempeh and Kombucha. -More info available at: www.EarthAngelKitchen.com< Less
Wags And Whiskers Rescue is please to present our first Fundraiser Cook Book. A delicious compilation of "donated" recipes sure to please everyone. Whether you are looking for something... More > quick and easy, or something a little out of the ordinary, we have plenty of recipes to please everyone! Soups, salads, appetizers, main dishes, side dishes, desserts, and (of course) a special collection for your canine companion!< Less
This is a collection of over 100 favorite Welsh recipes that have been adapted for the American Kitchen. It also features suggested Welsh holiday meals, and introduction to Welsh foods, and a... More > 'shopping list' of Welsh food items to bring home on your next trip to Wales. The nearly 50 full color photographs of the Wales taken by the author give you a sense of being there as you prepare these tasty recipes.< Less
THIS VERSION IS NOT COIL-BOUND
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Fasting for the... More > Feasts is intended for those who may have never fasted before. In addition to over 40 recipes, the book includes a brief introduction as to the why behind fasting, meal planning tips and how to plan for a church potluck.
To access a 20-page preview, please go to http://orthodoxwoman.files.wordpress.com/2013/12/preview-fasting.pdf< Less
I wrote this book for my boys, Nick and Max. It is full of practical advice, useful information, and easy, tasty recipes.
Why did I write it? Well, they graduated, which left them with three... More > options:
Option #1 is to stay living with your mom forever and let her take care of you. (only kidding! Not an option!),
Option #2 is to find someone else who will take care of you (yeah, right...) or
(da ta dah...) Option #3 You can venture out into the world and figure out what you really need to do. Should you choose option #3, you will need to set up a kitchen and learn to cook some basic things. So here's a book to help. You no longer need me. But I'll be here all the same.< Less
“I was a young, twenty-something hippie girl when I received a bound, blank writing book as a gift from a friend. I had planned to use it as a journal, but somehow it instead became a place to... More > write down shared and impromptu recipes. As a joke, we called it “The Hall of Fame,” and thus The Hall of Fame Cookbook was born.”< Less
The book develops themes of esoteric Christianity and shows how they relate to the current world issues that pertain to Christian initiation, Christian Mysteries, Darwinism, reductionism in science... More > and our individual responsibility toward the greatest gift of consciousness Christ brings.< Less
Volume One, Cook Naked: Wild & Domestic: A Pinch Of Lost In Time, is a collection of old-fashion, long forgotten recipes, which my family and extended family have contributed, yet it also... More > contains my husband's and my own recipes, which we have created over time and would like to share them with you.
Most of the series is broken down into specific areas, such as, the processing methods for big game, all about Alaska salmon, cooking for survival, and recipes from personal living experiences; time-saving, money-saving, and kid friendly meals.< Less
Most of the recipes are Italian and
old southern cooking their bold flavors and easy ingredients make cooking fun with friends and family.I found that all of the recipes
are simple and can also be... More > made elegant to prepare depending on how you want to make it your own.< Less
As far as we know, this is the first coven cookbook. For thirty plus years, we have been doing ritual – and cooking – together. We're Prodea, “for the Goddess.” With our roots... More > in modern Wicca, the ancient Paganisms of both the Old and New Worlds, and our beloved land of the Sky Waters, we have amassed a vast wealth of lore to further our vision: recipes, stories, and traditions, some of which we now share with you. Welcome to our witches' kitchen.
Poet, scholar and storyteller Steven Posch was raised in the hardwood forests of western Pennsylvania by white-tailed deer. (That's the story, anyway.) He emigrated to Paganistan in 1979 and by sheer dint of personality has become one of Lake Country's foremost men-in-black.
Historian and ethicist Magenta Griffith has been widely published in the Pagan media. Yet another immigrant to the confluence of the Minnesota and Mississippi rivers, she fell in love with Minnehaha Falls when she first saw it. And, yes the name is from Rocky Horror.< Less