Authors : Angela Elliott - February 15, 2007
Here is a great resource for anyone looking for easy alternatives to complex raw recipes that require lots of time and expensive equipment to prepare. Learn how to whip up mouth-watering lasagne, spaghetti marinara, stuffed mushrooms, broccoli in "cheese" sauce, apple pie, decadent whipped cream and strawberries and more. All in about 5 minutes once you have your ingredients ready - with using just a blender or food processor.
Authors : Michael Watson - January 19, 2019
Love using your Instant Pot? Love Polish food or want to try a few incredible easy and quick recipes? Check out "The Polish Instant Pot Cookbook" to find a few beloved Polish recipes written specifically for the Instant Pot.
Authors : Jacqueline Burt Cote - January 21, 2015
The Absolute Easiest Baby Food Cookbook for New Parents You can’t keep up with the laundry. You can’t fit into anything but yoga pants. You can’t make your baby sleep through the night. But you can make easy, wholesome, and delicious food for your baby in minutes. Fortunately, the nutritional needs of babies are very simple. This accessible yet comprehensive book has new parents covered, with • Nutritional and developmental advice for ages 4 to 18 months • The latest information on which foods to introduce and when • Easy-to-follow instructions for a wide variety of first purées, flavorful and nutritious combination purées, and fast and healthy toddler meals • Sample meal plans for babies and toddlers Take comfort in knowing that when everything else is out of your control, you can still make the best food for your baby in 30 minutes or less.
Authors : Jamie Oliver - January 8, 2019
Jamie Oliver--one of the bestselling cookbook authors of all time--is back with a bang. Focusing on incredible combinations of just five ingredients, he's created 130 brand-new recipes that you can cook up at home, any day of the week. From salads, pasta, chicken, and fish to exciting ways with vegetables, rice and noodles, beef, pork, and lamb, plus a bonus chapter of sweet treats, Jamie's got all the bases covered. This is about maximum flavor with minimum fuss, lots of nutritious options, and loads of epic inspiration. This edition has been adapted for US market.
Authors : Kristin Cavallari - April 3, 2018
From New York Times bestselling author Kristin Cavallari comes a cookbook that reveals what she eats every day. In Balancing in Heels , Kristin Cavallari shared her personal journey along with her tips on everything from style to relationships. And now, with True Roots, Cavallari shows you that improving the way you eat doesn’t have to be difficult—a clean and toxin-free diet can and should be fun, easy, and enjoyable. She learned the hard way that dieting leads nowhere good, and that a clean lifestyle is the ticket to feeling and being healthy. So how does Kristin eat? Organic as much as possible, wild-caught fish, grass-fed beef, fresh fruits and vegetables, and nothing white—no white flour, sugar, or salt. She avoids anything heavily processed and anything that has been stripped of natural nutrients. She maintains a lifestyle free of toxic chemicals and is passionate about creating delicious and hearty food from real ingredients. She wants her food to be true, as close to its natural state as possible. Her recipes—green banana muffins, bison and veggie kabobs, and even zucchini almond butter blondies—are proof that a healthy lifestyle isn’t boring or bland. Feed yourself real food and see how much better you feel, both mentally and physically.
Authors : Sharon Lebewohl, Rena Bulkin & Jack Lebewohl - October 5, 1999
The Second Avenue Deli has been an internationally renowned Gotham landmark for nearly half a century. Over the years, its founder, Abe Lebewohl, provided the best Jewish fare in town, transforming his tiny ten-seat Village eatery into a New York institution. The Second Avenue Deli Cookbook contains more than 160 of Abe Lebewohl’s recipes, including all of the Deli’s peerless renditions of traditional Jewish dishes: chicken soup with matzo balls, chopped liver, gefilte fish, kasha varnishkes, mushroom barley soup, noodle kugel, potato latkes, blintzes, and many more. These versatile dishes are perfect for any occasion—from holiday dinners to Sunday brunches with friends and family. The late Abe Lebewohl was a great restaurateur in the showman tradition and a well-known and much-loved New York personality. His famous Deli attracted hundreds of celebrity patrons, many of whom have graciously contributed to this cookbook not only personal reminiscences but also recipes, running the gamut from Morley Safer’s family brisket to Paul Reiser’s formula for the perfect egg cream. A wonderful blend of New York and Jewish history and mouthwatering recipes, The Second Avenue Deli Cookbook provides a delicious taste of nostalgia.