New Arrivals - Cooking, homemaking, and family
"Food Network personality Aarti Sequeira weaves the tastes of Indian and Middle Eastern recipes from her childhood with the American dishes she has grown to love"--From publisher description.
"This guide from the founder of Kombucha Wonder Drink demystifies the process of brewing fermented tea, or kombucha, at home and offers recipes for using it in infusions, smoothies, cocktails, sauces, and more"-- Provided by publisher.
Take secondhand finds from frumpy to fabulous with a little help from Beth Huntington, a.k.a. the Renegade Seamstress. Beth shows you how to refashion outdated treasures from the thrift store, garage sale, or your own closet, into chic clothing and accessories that are perfectly tailored to fit you.
"Wilderness Ranger Cookbook is collection of trail-tested recipes from wilderness rangers across all four major agencies that includes quotes from the rangers as well as wilderness tips."-- Provided by publisher.
"A full repertoire of the many recipes served at the beloved Lower East Side restaurant Prune over the last thirteen years from one of America's most recognized chefs and established literary talents. The recipes are written from the unique perspective of cook to cook, as if Gabrielle were addressing her own line cooks, some seasoned, some green, with all of the essential elements provided to getting a dish just right -- all presented in a way that will make total sense to home cooks, too"-- Provided by publisher.
"A cookbook for wild game (including big game, small game, upland birds, and waterfowl), with a guide to field dressing and a nutritional chart"-- Provided by publisher.
A collection of vegan casserole recipes includes such offerings as pale ale stew, very veggie pot pie, truffled cauliflower mac, summer corn custard, and bumbleberry cobbler.
Celebrate your favorite holidays and special occasions from birthdays to bake sales, Halloween to Christmas?and even the everyday?with delectable gluten-free cakes. In this delightful collection, Catherine Ruehle, a pastry chef and cake artist turned wellness foods chef, shares sixty classic cake recipes that are every bit as indulgent as the gluten-heavy ones we adore, but gluten-free, all-natural, and with alternatives given for vegan, dairy-free, and nut-free renditions. A few of the luscious cakes that await: Pink Velvet Strawberry Cake made electrifyingly pink with strawberries instead of food dye, Peanut Butter and Jelly Cupcakes that children of all ages will be thrilled to find in their lunchboxes, and a dramatic White and Dark Chocolate Checkerboard Cake that?s a cinch to prepare in advance. With positivity and careful guidance, Ruehle provides basic and advanced decorating, piping, and plating techniques to take your cakes from pretty to breathtaking. So go ahead: lick the frosting off the beaters, cut yourself a nice big slice, and let us all eat cak
"... showcases the liveliness of Mexican flavors and textures with recipes for traditional and creative tacos you can make at home, featuring your own homemade tortillas, salsas, and condiments. These recipes, based on genuine recipes gathered across Mexico, allow you to make authentic tacos using plant-based ingredients"-- Provided by publisher.
With a father famous for his bold Creole cuisine, Jilly and Jessie Lagasse grew up loving rich foods full of big flavor. After learning they both had to eliminate wheat from their diets, the Lagasse girls made it their mission to demonstrate that gluten-free doesn't have to mean flavor-free. Now Jilly and Jessie offer classic recipes and family favorites made without gluten and without sacrificing any of the signature tastes that make them so enticing.
From America?s favorite momager comes a new cookbook and entertainment guide filled with Kris Jenner?s very own insightful tips and favorite recipes.
A collection of slimmed-down recipes for appetizers, breads, casseroles, roasts, pastas, desserts and more.
"... an illustrated toolbox of tips and ideas for organizing, entertaining, and savoring a stylish life. When she arrived at Madame Chic's Parisian apartment as a foreign exchange student, Jennifer Scott was a casual California girl who thought sweatpants wore appropriate street attire. Madame Chic took Jennifer under her wing and tutored her in the secrets of how the French elevate the little things in life to the art of living. Years later, Jennifer was back in California with a husband, two young daughters, a dog, and her first home. Every day she confronted mundane duties like folding laundry and unloading the dishwasher, and she began to think about Madame Chic's home--how the breakfast table was set beautifully the night before, the music that always played in the background, the calm of Madame and Monsieur Chic's ritual cocktail hour together. Jennifer wanted that life. She decided to see what would happen if she didn't perform her chores impatiently or mindlessly, if, instead, she could live like Madame Chic. At Home with Madame Chic reveals the secrets to having a happy, fulfilling, and passionate life at home"-- Provided by publisher.
"Many chefs keep notebooks in their kitchens, filled with recipe ideas, new ways to use an ingredient, and records of what did or did not work. But how often do ordinary food lovers get to peek inside? Now Harold Dieterle, chef-owner of New York City's popular restaurants Perilla, Kin Shop, and The Marrow, and Season 1 champion of the hit TV show Top Chef, pulls back the curtain to give every home cook a look inside his kitchen. Incorporating his eclectic mix of New American, Italian, Thai, and German influences, this cookbook offers restaurant-caliber dishes that can be easily prepared at home. While each dish comprises several elements, one standout ingredient or component will be identified in each and accompanied by Harold's notebook entry sharing why that ingredient is so special offering a number of additional ways to use it. Dishes include: Fresh Ricotta Cheese* with Acorn Squash Tempura, Truffle Honey, and Toasted Bread; Wild Chive* Tagliatelli with Shrimp, Cuttlefish, Shallots, and Sea Urchin Sauce; Roasted Whole Chicken with Spaetzle*, Chestnuts, and Persimmons; Grilled Venison Sirloin with Potato-Leek Gratin, Swiss Chard, and Huckleberry* Sauce; Warm Flourless Chocolate and Peanut Butter Soufflé Cake with Coffee Crème Anglaise*; and many more!" -- Provided by publisher.
"How to Eataly tells you the signs of quality to look for in the market as well as the differences among the varieties of Italian foodstuffs. Then it offers one hundred recipes for contemporary classics ... [and] valuable bits of information that enable you to cook (and eat) as an Italian"--Dust jacket