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  • Grow Harvest Cook
    Grow Harvest Cook
    Rekindling the joy of the home harvest, this volume is an essential companion for urban gardeners and rural farmers alike. Over 90 types of produce are organized alphabetically with growing tips, ideas for preserving, and simple recipes. 400 pages. Hardcover. Hardie Grant Books. 9.4”H, 7.3”W, 1.8”D.
  • Le Creuset Set of 4 Mini Cocottes with/Cookbook - Palm
    Le Creuset Set of 4 Mini Cocottes with/Cookbook - Palm
    Whether used to serve single portions of a side dish or to decorate empty kitchen shelves, the stoneware Mini Cocotte adds attractive color and classic Le Creuset style to the kitchen or the table. Its durable stoneware construction allows it to go directly from the oven to the table. It can even store leftovers in the freezer or refrigerator if needed. Includes companion cookbook featuring original recipes developed excluxively for these unique, individually sized dishes.
  • The Beetlebung Farm Cookbook
    The Beetlebung Farm Cookbook
    Inspired by his family’s five-acre farm on Martha’s Vineyard, this collection of recipes from chef Chris Fischer showcases fresh, seasonal cooking rooted in the local bounty of New England’s fields and shores. 320 pages. Hardcover. Little, Brown and Company. 10.2”H, 8.2”W, 1.2”D.
  • JCPenney America's Most Wanted Recipes: Without The Guilt
    JCPenney America's Most Wanted Recipes: Without The Guilt
    The next cookbook from New York Times bestselling author of America's Most Wanted Recipes features more than 100 low-calorie, copycat recipes from your family's favorite restaurants. Ron Douglas, author of the New York Times bestseller America's Most Wanted Recipes and More of America's Most Wanted Recipes, has wowed home cooks across the country by uncovering the best recipes from hundreds of popular restaurants. Experience the satisfaction of cooking delicious food for the family, while also keeping them fit! Watch your wallet get fat and your tummy get flat! features 150 copycat recipes, enabling readers to enjoy their favorite restaurant foods at home with the help of registered dietician and nutrition expert, Mary M. Franz, Douglas has transformed these amazing meals, some of which have been featured in his previous books, into low-calorie versions Applebee's Tijuana "Philly" steak sandwich is normally a whopping 790 calories; by using half the butter, lean tenderloin beef, low-fat cheeses, corn tortillas instead of flour, turkey bacon and no sour cream, you can save 345 calories Bahama Breeze's Jamaican jerk grilled chicken contains approximately 960 calories; by using boneless, skinless chicken breasts, the entire family can enjoy generous, flavorful half-pound servings and save 590 calories each recipe includes nutritional details, the number of calories you will save and easy tips on how to prepare your favorite restaurant food without feeling the guilt Paperbound; 336 pages. Made in America.
  • Artisan Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams at Home
    Artisan Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams at Home
    At last, addictive flavors, and a breakthrough method for making creamy, scoopable ice cream at home, from the proprietor of Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams, whose artisanal scooperies in Ohio are nationally acclaimed. Now, with her debut cookbook, Jeni Britton Bauer is on a mission to help foodies create perfect ice creams, yogurts, and sorbets—ones that are every bit as perfect as hers—in their own kitchens. Frustrated by icy and crumbly homemade ice cream, Bauer invested in a $50 ice cream maker and proceeded to test and retest recipes until she devised a formula to make creamy, sturdy, lickable ice cream at home. Filled with irresistible color photographs, this delightful cookbook contains 100 of Jeni's jaw-droppingly delicious signature recipes—from her Goat Cheese with Roasted Cherries to her Queen City Cayenne to her Bourbon with Toasted Buttered Pecans. Fans of easy-to-prepare desserts with star quality will scoop this book up. How cool is that? Format: Hardcover. Pages: 217 pages.
  • Chronicle Books 'Drink More Whiskey' Book
    Chronicle Books 'Drink More Whiskey' Book
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    The wider world of whiskey can be a daunting place filled with confusion and snobbery. Bourbon? Scotch? Single malt? Blend? Smoky? Peaty? The sheer number of options are enough to make your head spin (and not in the good way that whiskey does). Luckily, this clear and concise guide breaks down the basics so you can decide for yourself how you want your drink of choice. Brand: Chronicle Books. Style Name: 'Drink More Whiskey' Book. Style Number: 462787. By Daniel Yaffe; illustrated by Mary Kate McDevitt; 6 1/4" x 8 1/4"; 176 pages; Hardcover; Chronicle Books; imported
  • Cost Plus World Market The Truck Food Cookbook
    Cost Plus World Market The Truck Food Cookbook
    The Truck Food Cookbook has over one hundred and fifty recipes collected from food trucks from L.A. to New York. With full-color photos and an insider's guide on these portable restaurants, this book will inspire you to make Chinese fusion, tacos or even ice cream treats right at home.
  • Chronicle Books Grilled Cheese: 50 Recipes to Make You Melt-16 ounces, 1x1x1
    Chronicle Books Grilled Cheese: 50 Recipes to Make You Melt-16 ounces, 1x1x1
    Toasted golden in a pan or browned to melty perfection under the broiler, grilled cheese is the ultimate comfort food -- and a meal in itself. And believe it or not, it just got better. Author Marlena Spieler has created 50 mouthwatering new takes on this fromagophile's favorite. Her tantalizing pairings range from hearty Sage Sausage and Jack Cheese with Preserved Lemon to Melted Alpenzell, Emmentaler, Pear, and Cumin. There are also plenty of new twists on the tried and true, such as Smoky Bacon and Cheddar with Chipotle Relish or Fresh Mozzarella, Prosciutto, and Fig Jam. Oozing with cheese suggestions, an array of quick-to-make mustards, and tips on choosing the perfect bread for each sandwich, this cookbook will make anyone stand up and say "cheese!" Book Details: Format: Paperback. Pages: 108.
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