Liz Palmer's first book takes wine lovers to the heart of Champagne with the launch of The Ultimate Guide To Champagne. One of North America's leading experts on Champagne, Liz Palmer wrote The Ultimate Guide To Champagne with a strong personal passion for Champagne and the region.
This ground-breaking book has received critical acclaim by the industry and promises to WOW the reader.
There is much more to champagne than the drink - Champagne is named after the region where it is grown, fermented and bottled. This essential guide takes you to this region, explores its culture and honors its history.
The Ultimate Guide To Champagne is highly recommended for everyone, from beginners to experts. It's a remarkable point of reference into which any wine lover or professional can dip in and browse.
"The Champagne Bible for ALL wine lovers."
Unlike any other book about Champagne, The Ultimate Guide To Champagne is the most comprehensive and visually stunning guide you'll ever come across - in these pages you'll discover: 316 pages including over 220 Engaging Photos, Maps, Detailed Charts, and Historical Anecdotes.
Spectacular meals can be yours in an instant! Get the most out of your Instant Pot or other multi-cooker with this tasty collection of 200 quick and easy-to-follow recipes, bringing delicious family meals to your table in a fraction of the time. The no-fuss settings on the Instant Pot and other multi-cookers mean all you have to do is put in your ingredients, set the cook time, and let the pot do the rest!
Enjoy exceptional pressure cooker recipes your family will love, from hearty stews and healthy vegetables, to international fare and incredible treats. Save time, money, and find a little something for everyone in every chapter-without the hours of preparation and complicated instructions!
200 great sides, dinners, and desserts for your Instant Pot or multi-cooker
Low-maintenance recipes that save you time in the kitchen
Make incredible meals that won’t hurt your budget!
With The Ultimate Instant Pot Pressure Cooker Cookbook, you can whip up your favorite comfort foods, creative side dishes, and desserts that'll make even the pickiest of eaters ask for seconds. Discover your new family favorites and make the most of your kitchen’s #1 appliance!
Summer Food features more than 90 recipes for light and flavorful fare for every meal of the day—from brunch favorites to light suppers, refreshing cocktails, and fruit-forward desserts. Dishes like grilled escarole with plums and goat cheese; salmon with crème fraiche and garden herbs; quinoa with capers, torn basil, and tomatoes; and lamb burgers with minty pesto celebrate the fresh flavors of the season and are well suited for sharing with friends and family at alfresco meals. Gorgeous, lifestyle photography throughout the book showcases the simplicity and beauty of summer cooking.
The perfect solution for home cooks who want easy, fresh recipes for light and flavorful fare that makes the most of seasonal ingredients and eating outdoors. With crowd-pleasing yet wholesome recipes like orzo with grilled corn, olives, torn basil and tomatoes; watermelon and chili salsa; grilled beets with mustard sauce; grilled pizza with pesto and prosciutto; lamb burgers with mint and feta dressing; and linguine with lox, lemon, and dill, this enticing collection is full of great ideas for low-key meals and simple menus for picnics and barbecues. Stunning scenic photography of the seaside, finished dishes, and summer ingredients, emphasize the book’s carefree nature and this welcome style of cooking.
The Ice Creamery Cookbook features more than 40 tempting recipes for a wide range of frozen desserts from the traditional to the unexpected. With tips for using either homemade or store-bought ingredients to personalize your desserts; delicious sauces, cones, and toppings; creative serving options; and inspired mix-and-match suggestions; the possibilities are endless.
Served in a bowl or cone, sandwiched between two cookies, or whirled into a refreshing shake, homemade ice cream, gelato, frozen yogurt, sorbet, granita, and others are always welcome treats. The recipes inside will please ice cream–lovers of all ages. The first chapter covers the basics: tempting recipes for homespun delights. The next chapter offers easy recipes for homemade accompaniments, such as cones, cookies, sauces, and toppings to enhance your chilly treats. The book concludes with a tempting selection of composed desserts, from soda fountain–style milkshakes to crowd-pleasing ice cream sandwiches, to kid-friendly sundaes using the recipes from the earlier chapters or, for the busy cook, purchased components from the store. With this beautifully photographed book as your inspiration, you can make frozen confections that will have everyone screaming for more!
Winner of the "Cookbooks: International" category in the 2014 International Book Awards
Finalist in the "Cookbooks: International" category in the 2013 USA Best Book Awards
You love Mexican food, right? You probably only get Mexican food at your local restaurant. Wouldn't you like to make your own at home? But, many of the recipes you have seen in the past are for foods either buried in some kind of industrial strength sauce and cheese, or call for ingredients no one in your area has ever heard of. Mexican cuisine is all about freshness and flavor, NOT sauce and cheese.
From the Kitchens of Pancho Villa is a cookbook about real cooking, by real people. There are over 230 recipes which come from 17 poor families in Colonia Pancho Villa, a residential area of Mazatlán, Mexico – you didn't think these recipes were from Pancho Villa himself did you?
This book shows you how to make classic, authentic Mexican food - fast, easy, delicious, and inexpensively. Some recipes can be prepared (start-to-finish) in 10-15 minutes! These cooks are all very busy people, some holding down 2 or 3 jobs while raising children and/or grandchildren. The recipes have to be easy, cook quickly, and be flavorful.
Sit back, put your feet up, take some time and read the history of each cook. Some are poignant while others are funny. One cook, for example, was turned out to live on the streets because his family could no longer support him, he was 11 years old! See what he did to survive. Each recipe has its own story to tell also, to tempt your taste buds or give you a glimpse into its past.
You will see (and make) recipes that you would never recognize as Mexican food; while others are definitely recognizable as such. Learn the differences in each type of chile and how to use them. Step by step instructions on techniques and descriptions for other, less common ingredients (plus substitutions if necessary). This book has it all!!!
In today’s economic climate, all these elements are welcome and often necessary contributions to daily meals. Eating out is expensive and often very unhealthy. With easy and inexpensive recipes at your fingertips, eating at home is your 'new' option.
There is only one state in the US which lives up to the epithet 'the best BBQ in the world', and that is Texas. But what is BBQ? Traditional grilling means cooking a piece of meat as quickly as possible with a high heat, but BBQ is exactly the opposite - this is slow cooking at low temperatures. The meat doesn't dry up, but remains super juicy and slow cooking renders even cheap and chewy cuts tender and tasty. When the heat source is charcoal, wood shavings or wood, you automatically get an unbeatable spice in the form of perfumed smoke. In Texas BBQ you will get to learn all these techniques. It is a simple step-by-step guide to how to make the perfect Texas-style BBQ at home, whether you have an ordinary outdoor grill or a professional smoker. Learn about what sort of wood is suited to a particular meat, exact grilling times and smoking temperatures. But first and foremost, you will discover how to achieve a perfect, tender, juicy and smoked 'pulled pork' or 'brisket'. There are even recipes for side dishes - everything from grilled corn salad, via three varieties of Mac'n'cheese to a cheesy chile con queso. Fabulous mouthwatering photos and a fun step-by-step design will have you rushing to the grill as soon as you can.
A modern gluten-free diet is a simple way to get back to feeling fit and healthy. In these pages you'll find delicious, approachable and easy recipes packed with vibrant flavours that you will be happy to share with friends and family. Your guests won't even realize that they are eating gluten-free! You or your child, partner, relative or friend may have been advised by a doctor to go gluten-free. At first, this may seem a huge challenge, but gluten-free eating needn't mean missing out on the treats that others take for granted. Cakes, breads, pastries and puddings are all within reach. Gluten-free ingredients are now readily available from your local supermarket or health food shop (or online) and can be transformed into fab suppers to share with friends and family, from pasta dishes, pizzas and pancakes to light, moreish cakes and deliciously crumbly pies and tarts. If you have just been diagnosed with coeliac disease, what you can buy and what you can cook may seem a little bewildering - you will need to avoid wheat, barley, rye, and any products containing them. If you have been diagnosed for a while you may feel as though you always cook the same dishes, week in week out. In this book you will find inspirational new recipes to eat alongside your old favourites, along with many tips and variations to create a wide-ranging gluten-free repertoire.
The fashion for small bites and street food still holds sway. Many of the world's cuisines centre their snack food around fillings for pancakes or wraps. Every country has a favourite way of serving these snacks and they are fun and easy to prepare. This eye-catching international collection of 80 recipes covers breakfasts, lunches, simple snacks, easy suppers and desserts. Think crepes, galettes, enchiladas, burritos, latkes, chapatis, roti, dosa, brik, kebab wraps, Chinese pancakes, American griddle cakes and buttermilk dessert pancakes...it's a truly exciting mix. Perfect for students, busy singles, family cooks, children and foodies interested in international recipe collections and streetfood.