2868 books (144 pages) in this category
by Amina Elshafei
<i>MasterChef </i>favourite Amina Elshafei is blessed with a rich family history - her mum is Korean, and her dad is Egyptian. Join her as she takes you on a unique culinary adventure, exploring the best cuisine from both cultures. Here in
Secrets and Stories from Brooklyn s Favorite Ice Cream Shop
by Brian Smith
Over 100 traditional recipes
by Laxmi Khurana
Recipes and Stories from a Vietnamese Family Kitchen
by Helene An
Adventures in Turkish Cooking
by David Dale
Re-imagining the traditions of Turkish cuisine in images, stories and delicious recipes. ...
Recipes from Seville and beyond
by José Pizarro
Bordering Spain's southern coast, Andalusia is a place where the past and modernity blend together to form a rather magical destination. From sandy beaches to amazing architecture, buzzing tapas bars and flamenco dancers, it's full of ...
Recipes and Techniques for Mastering the Art of Live Food
by Ani Phyo
Seasonal menus with a French heart
by Annie Smithers
<DIV><B>Annie's Farmhouse Kitchen</B> is a window on the bucolic world of acclaimed Victorian chef Annie Smithers. The book includes a best-of selection of three and four-course menus collected by Annie over the three years of her ...
by Antoni Porowski
<b><i>Queer Eye</i></b> sensation and passionate cook Antoni Porowski is taking the world by storm. With a disarmingly fresh approach to food, Antoni inspires both newbies and knowledgeable cooks to get back into the kitchen. Antoni's gorgeous
by Antonio Carluccio
<DIV>The Godfather of Italian food, Antonio Carluccio is an internationally acclaimed cook whose worldwide book sales number in the millions and whose television series have screened in over 20 countries. Now, for the first time, he has brought ...
by Antonio Carluccio
<DIV>Capturing Antonio Carluccio's simple, joyful and no-fuss approach to cooking, this exceptional book, with over 300 of his best recipes, provides a unique culinary journey covering every aspect of the Italian meal from antipasti to dolci and
A spirited guide to the drinks, history and culture of the aperitif
by Kate Hawkings
<DIV><P>Santé! The apéritif is back. Forget the crass cocktail – the chic apéritif is the choice of the discerning drinker. From the Latin aperire (‘to open’), an apéritif not only kick-starts the ...
Drinks and snacks for the Dolce Vita
by Kay Plunkett-Hogge
125 Fast and Filling Low-Fat Vegan Recipes
by Isa Moskowitz
by Anthony Bourdain
Brash, wild, original and badass. This is Anthony Bourdain's interpretation of a normal cookbook. <br>As a restaurant professional, Bourdain spent his life on the fringes of normality - he worked while normal people played, and played while ...
by Tessa Kiros
<i>Apples for Jam</i> is Tessa Kiros' third international bestseller ...
by KARDINAL / VEGANPOWER
From the Latin aqua (water) and faba (beans), aquafaba is the cooking liquid found in tinned beans and other legumes like chickpeas or the liquid left over from cooking your own. It can be used to replace egg whites in many sweet and savoury ...
Recipes and Stories from a Bakery in the Heart of Scotland
by Flora Shedden
<P>aran<I> (Scottish Gaelic)</I></P><P><I>From the Old Irish </I>arán</P><P><I>Noun</I></P><P>bread, loaf (masculine noun, nominative case)<BR />  </P><P><B>Aran </B>is a beautiful cookbook from an artisan bakery in the heart of
More Cocktails with a Literary Twist
by Tim Federle
by The Australian Women's Weekly
When the cold weather hits, and the days begin to get shorter and darker, there is nothing more comforting that a roaring fire and a bowl of something hot and delicious. With recipes both for food cooked on the fire and slowly simmered in the ...