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Meaty Meals You'd Never Guess Were Vegan!
Whether you’re a hardcore vegan, a longtime vegetarian or a habitual carnivore, prepare to have your mind (and your taste buds!) blown by what Ramin Ganeshram offers: 60 meat-inspired recipes so tasty, you won’t believe they’re meatless.
Be they broiled, grilled, baked or fried, you’ll enjoy not only the incredible flavors and variety these plant-based alternatives present, but also their healthier nutritional value and adaptability to different diets. Fans of Beyond Meat® and Impossible Foods TM will get amazing insight into the differences between both, as well as how versatile they can be. There is a universe of meal options beyond just making burgers.
Featuring beloved all-American dishes like Sloppy Joes and Shepherd’s Pie, as well as irresistible fare from around the world like Korean-Style Egg Rolls and Kebabs Four Ways, there’s not a single delicacy you’ll be missing out on. Take a walk on the meatless side for a culinary experience you won’t soon forget.
Complete with delicious recipes and surprising anecdotes, this book traces the many paths taken by saffron, revealing the allure of a spice sought globally by merchants, chefs, artists, scientists, clerics, traders, warriors and black market smugglers.
Philadelphia 1793. Hercules, President George Washington’s chef, is a fixture on the Philadelphia scene. He is famous for both his culinary prowess and for ruling his kitchen like a commanding general. He has his run of the city and earns twice the salary of an average American workingman. He wears beautiful clothes and attends the theater. But while valued by the Washingtons for his prowess in the kitchen and rewarded far over and above even white servants, Hercules is enslaved in a city where most black Americans are free. Even while he masterfully manages his kitchen and the lives of those in and around it, Hercules harbors secrets-- including the fact that he is learning to read and that he is involved in a dangerous affair with Thelma, a mixed-race woman, who, passing as white, works as a companion to the daughter of one of Philadelphia's most prestigious families. Eventually Hercules’ carefully crafted intrigues fall apart and he finds himself trapped by his circumstance and the will of George Washington. Based on actual historical events and people, The General's Cook, will thrill fans of The Hamilton Affair, as they follow Hercules' precarious and terrifying bid for freedom.
Sauces, Dips & Drizzles to Elevate & Inspire Your Cooking with Ease
In The Art of the Perfect Sauce, Lorilynn Bauer and Ramin Ganeshram will help you breathe new life into your dinners with tasty sauces that are a breeze to make.
With decades of culinary experience between them, they know the importance of a good sauce for restaurant-quality meals in your kitchen. Using traditional and modern twist recipes for gravies, glazes, compound butters, syrups, aioli and so much more, you’ll be able to add depth to everything from meat and poultry to vegetables and fish.
Try pairing the Spicy Black Tea Jus with filet mignon for an elegant evening meal or toss Caramelized Garlic and Shallot White Wine Sauce with your favorite pasta for creamy perfection. A splash of Buccaneer Chimichurri pushes a freshly grilled steak to a whole new level and Candied Ginger and Apricot Sauce takes waffles from average breakfast to 5-star brunch in no time.
With this cookbook you can master the art of reinventing meals, one simple and delicious sauce as a time.
Coconut is one of the most healthy, delicious, and versatile foods available at any grocery store. It is also native to cuisines around the world, including Thai, Indian, Filipino, Vietnamese, and many Caribbean cultures. Now you can incorporate this tropical superfood into your home cooking repertoire with Cooking with Coconut.
Cooking with Coconut offers a tantalizing taste of coconut’s culinary diversity, with 125 original recipes using coconut in all its forms. Options span the menu, from breakfast dishes like Savory Coconut Crêpes to dinner and dessert dishes like Asparagus with Shallots and Shredded Coconut, Coconut Pork Kabobs, and Coconut Rum Crème Brûlée. Ramin Ganeshram, an award-winning food journalist, dishes up everything home cooks and health-conscious eaters need to know to fully enjoy this delectable powerhouse!
The beloved owner of the wildly popular Sweetie Pie's restaurant, and star of the OWN reality television show Welcome to Sweetie Pie's shares recipes for her renowned soul food and the lessons she's learned on the path to success.
Growing up in Mississippi and St. Louis, Robbie Montgomery, the oldest of nine children, was often responsible for putting meals on the family table. Working side by side with her mother in their St. Louis kitchen, Robbie learned to prepare dozens of classic soul food dishes.
Now, at seventy-two, Miss Robbie passes down those traditions for generations of fans to enjoy in Sweetie Pie's Cookbook. Robbie takes you into the kitchen to prepare her most favored meals—smothered pork chops, salmon croquettes, baked chicken—and tells you heartfelt and humorous stories, including amazing tales from her life at the restaurant and on the road as a back-up singer. Miss Robbie began her culinary career on the road—in the segregated America of the1960s, finding welcoming restaurants in small cities and towns was often challenging for African-Americans. When a collapsed lung prematurely ended her singing career, Miss Robbie returned to St. Louis, using her formidable cooking talent to open a soul food restaurant that would make her legend.
Through her show and this special cookbook, Miss Robbie hopes to maintain the place of soul food cooking—its recipes, history, and legacy—in American culture for decades to come.
Sweetie Pie's Cookbook includes 75-100 gorgeous color photos and an Index.
A curated collection of 150 recipes drawn from the experience and kitchens of young cooks all over America, FutureChefs brings real, cooking-obsessed tweens and teens to the page as relatable characters who span a diverse social and cultural experience. Here, in rich, inspiring detail, is the ethnoculinary America of the future.
Veteran journalist and trained chef Ramin Ganeshram has crafted profiles of serious young cooks who run the gamut of experience, ethnic, and socioeconomic backgrounds to create an inspiring prism through which readers might see what's ahead in America's food culture. Whether they've taken to it because of necessity, inspiration, or sheer passion, these are kids, teens, and tweens who are very serious about food.
Featuring recipes from young celebrity chefs Logan Guleff, winner FOX's MasterChef Jr, and Kid Chef Eliana de Las Casas, Daniel Hamilton, Alessandra Ciuffo, and Jack Witherspoon from Food Network's Rachael versus Guy, as well as the White House's Healthy Lunchtime Challenge winners Sydney Michael Brown and Haile Thomas.
This is a generation more interested in hands-on cooking than ever, but they're lacking material that treats them as a serious part of cooking culture; FutureChefs is the perfect vehicle.
Thirteen-year-old Anjali's life is rich with the smell of curry from her parents' roti shop and an absolute passion for food. More than anything, Anjali wants to be a chef who competes on a kids' cooking reality TV show. But Anjali must keep her wish a secret from her family, who thinks Anjali's passions are beneath her. Thank goodness for Deema, Anjali's grandmother, whose insight and love can push past even the oldest family beliefs. Woven with recipes that cook up emotions and actual culinary recipes that make food, this novel is as delicious as it is satisfying.