1,000 Gluten-Free Recipes- If you or someone you love has wheat allergies, gluten intolerance, or celiac disease, then you know how hard it is to prepare tasty, worry-free meals. From breads and pastas to cakes and pies, many favorite foods typically contain wheat, the most common source of gluten - not to mention the many prepared and packaged foods (from dressings to seasonings) that may also contain gluten. Now, gluten-free cooking authority Carol Fenster has written the biggest, most comprehensive gluten-free cookbook ever-a resource you'll turn to again and again for recipes, inspiration, and advice.
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101 Easy Peasy Cookie Recipes- "Written in an easy-to-follow, conversational tone, the 101 Easy Peasy Cookie Recipes cookbook contains recipes so simple that bakers of all levels will enjoy making cookie after delectable cookie."
(Added: 22-Feb-2008 Hits: 104 Rating: 0 Votes: 0)
12 Best Foods Cookbook : Over 200 Recipes Featuring the 12 Healthiest Foods- When deciding what to prepare for dinner do you trake into account the nutrional value of each ingredient needed? Do you analyze the micronutrients in food you are about to present to your family? If you are like me, the answer is "No" to both of these questions....
(Added: 23-Apr-2005 Hits: 1132 Rating: 0 Votes: 0)
2500 Recipes: Everyday to Extraordinary- Many home cooks are stuck in a food routine that includes preparing the same 10 or 15 recipes over and over again, week after month after year.
2500 Recipes, the ideal guide to escaping that routine, offers 50 recipes each for foods ranging from snacks and sandwiches, to chicken and ground meat; from shellfish to grains; from winter vegetables to summer fruit.
(Added: 15-Oct-2007 Hits: 217 Rating: 0 Votes: 0)
300 Sensational Soups- Soup is not just another dish. According to veteran cookbook authors Carla Snyder and Meredith Deeds, "Soup is comfort in a bowl, love on a spoon, satisfaction simmering on the stove." Nothing makes a house feel and taste more like home than a pot of freshly made soup.
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A Sweet Quartet- Fran Gage, the author of Bread and Chocolate, has determined the "the DNA of desserts".
(Added: 17-Jan-2003 Hits: 806 Rating: 0 Votes: 0)
American Home Cooking- A breakfast that includes fresh pie is indeed a meal to enjoy. Authors Cheryl Alters Jamison and Bill Jamison assure us in American Home Cooking that pie for breakfast was standard American fare in the days before Corn Flakes and Cap'n Crunch.
(Added: 6-Jun-2005 Hits: 604 Rating: 0 Votes: 0)
Asparagus Appetizers- Asparagus appetizers are low fat and very healthy, this is why it makes them such a wonderful appetizer at dinner functions and parties.
(Added: 29-Nov-2004 Hits: 464 Rating: 8.00 Votes: 1)
At Grandmother's Table- Women Write About Food, Life, and the Enduring Bond between Grandmothers and Granddaughters
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At Home With Michael: My Most Requested Recipes- "Who would have guessed...that a phone call from the producers of the Martha Stewart Show would have gotten me where I am today." And so begins the first cookbook release from Michael Wright...
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Atomic Kitchen: Gadgets and Inventions for Yesterday's Cook- Today’s kitchens are equipped with Foreman Grills and smoothie makers. 50 years ago they were equipped with Cookie Guns and Weenie Wheels. Kitchen and cooking accessories have been a hot commodity since post WWII. The advent of refrigeration, plastics, and chopping motion led the way to new-fangled kitchen products and inventions.
(Added: 13-Dec-2004 Hits: 676 Rating: 0 Votes: 0)
Beyond the Grill: A Cookbook For Men- Part of the "Take Five" series of cookbooks, Beyond The Grill is the first to be geared towards men in the kitchen.
(Added: 6-Aug-2002 Hits: 1806 Rating: 0 Votes: 0)
Build A Better Burger- Each summer, thousands of cooks - both amateur and professional - compete in the Build A Better Burger recipe contest, a winner-takes-all national
cook-off at Sutter Home Family Vineyards in Napa Valley. In this collection marking the 15th anniversary of the cook-off, best-selling cookbook author
James McNair presents a mouth-watering look at the contest, including each of the 44 recipes that have won awards since Build A Better Burger began.
(Added: 3-Aug-2005 Hits: 708 Rating: 0 Votes: 0)
Celebrate Chicago! A Taste of Our Town- With the focus on ten distinctive neighborhoods in the City of Chicago, Celebrate Chicago! offers each's history as well as recipes.
(Added: 12-Nov-2003 Hits: 594 Rating: 0 Votes: 0)
Chef's Night Out- Have you ever wondered where chefs eat on their night
off? Having the good fortune to have many friends in the food and wine
industry, I have often been privy to such inside information. Without exception,
these guides have always steered me towards outstanding culinary experiences
- whether they be in expensive, elegant restaurants or little local dives that you
wouldn't otherwise have looked at twice. It only makes sense, true food people
- those that deal with fine cuisine, day in and day out, know good food.
(Added: 2-May-2001 Hits: 731 Rating: 10.00 Votes: 1)
Chocolate Desserts by Pierre Herme- Chocolate. Can the mere mention of any other food invoke such longing, desire and emotion? Of all the comfort foods, nothing quite soothes the psyche like chocolate.
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Complete Vegetarian Cookbook- While the term "vegetarian" is defined differently by some; those who will not eat any animal or animal byproducts and those who will not eat any meat but will eat animal byproducts, this cookbook contains enough recipes to satisfy both.
(Added: 8-Nov-2002 Hits: 917 Rating: 0 Votes: 0)
Cooking Club Of America- Join enthusiastic cooks and culinary experts from across the country to get together...mull over the latest techniques...share new recipes...and explore old-world traditions. Sign up today for a free, no-obligation membership!
(Added: 4-Jul-2002 Hits: 606 Rating: 7.50 Votes: 2)
While there are many reasons for teaching kids to cook -- less expensive than eating out, preserves family heritage, etc, the most important
reason is that by teaching your child to cook, you're giving him a better chance to be a healthy grown-up. Enabling your child with the ability
to appreciate freshness and to transform ingredients into tasty foods opens their eyes to making wiser choices about what to eat...