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Slow cookers...how could we ever live without them? They come to the rescue time and time again! That's why we've compiled this tasty book full of our favorites! 101 Super-Easy Slow-Cooker Recipes is loaded with tried & true favorites, new twists on classics and some of the most delicious dishes we've ever had. In this book, we've divided the chapters by cooking time, making your slow cooking even easier! When you know how much time you have to cook, just flip to that chapter and start simmering. If you're in a hurry, whip up some Greek Chicken Pitas. Have a little more time? Crockery Chicken Curry and Very Veggie Chili simmer the day away. Zesty Italian Pot Roast and Beef & Butternut Stew are savory classics sure to savored after a long day out & about. There's even a whole chapter of make-ahead slow-cooker meals! A little prep work, and your meal is ready to toss in the slow cooker when you are. Sprinkled throughout the book are tasty appetizer and dessert recipes, so you'll have a dish for every occasion. Crockery Apple Pie or Chocolate Peanut Clusters, anyone? Durable softcover, 112 pages. (8-1/2" sq.)
Porowski, Antoni; Fox, Mindy.
-- all -- Queer Eye Some of the recipes in this book are weeknight healthyish meals, while others are perfect for off-the-cuff entertaining. Visual stunners, they’re often composed of fewer than five ingredients. Whether Bastardized Easy Ramen; Malaysian Chili Shrimp; Roasted Carrots with Carrot-Top Pesto; or Salty Lemon Squares, all are visual stunners and can be carried off with panache, even by beginners.
Arnold, Laura, author.
Nothing is more basic or more versatile than bread. From a white loaf to quick-to-make muffins, bread is a well-loved staple. The Big Book of Bread is a complete resource for both new and experienced cooks, with more than 200 recipes and 100 color photos. New bakers will find clear and easy-to-follow instructions, tips, techniques, and how-to photos to bake a range of breads, from classic yeast breads to friendly quick breads. More experienced bakers will enjoy new flavors and techniques to add to their repertoire. This one-stop bread book will delight and encourage bakers of all levels of experience, with recipes for artisanal breads, no-knead breads, coffee cakes, scones, gluten-free recipes, bread machine recipes, pizza dough, and more.
The Bread Bible is the one book on the subject no kitchen should be without. A trusted authority on baking, Beth Hensperger has brought together hundreds of time-tested recipes, both classic and intriguingly original, from Gruyere Pullman Loaf and Farm-Style White Bread with Cardamom to fragrant Tuscan Peasant Bread and Classic Buttermilk Biscuits. And don't just think loaves. Steamed Pecan Corn Bread, pancakes, golden brioches, flatbreads, focaccia, pizza dough, dinner rolls, dessert breads, strudels, breakfast buns—the choices are endless. The recipes are foolproof, step-by-step, and easy-to-follow. Busy bakers will also appreciate the excellent selection of recipes for bread machines and food processors. With a glossary and easy-to follow tips such as how to store and reheat bread, The Bread Bible is a keeper for anyone who likes to bake or plans to get started.
Dig into this delicious collection of more than 55 gluten-free and vegan pie recipes that rival in taste any “regular” pie out there. Home-baked pie, fresh from the oven, is practically an American tradition. Who doesn't love it? But baking your favorite pies without dairy, eggs, gluten, or animal products calls for a different approach to both fillings and dough. Here you'll find techniques and tips for mixing and working with dough that doesn't contain butter or lard, and for luscious fillings that contain neither cream nor egg. With an emphasis on popular sweet pies such as banana cream pie, blueberry maple, pumpkin chiffon, and traditional apple, and with more than a dozen recipes for various kinds of pie crusts, this cookbook is a must for any pie lover, especially those with gluten-free or vegan diets.
Vegan books have risen to a dominant sales position in the vegetarian category. One-dish meals are perennially popular on American tables, and books devoted to one-dish cooking perform well. Robin Robertson's One-Dish Vegan is the first book at the intersection of these two powerful cookbook categories. Robin Robertson has built a publishing record of very successful titles in the vegetarian category. She is known for her creativity in the kitchen, for the breadth of enticing ingredients and flavors with which she works, and for her expertise in vegetarian nutrition—with a special focus lately on how vegans still can get enough protein in their diets. Typically, it takes two or three courses or dishes to make a well-rounded vegan meal. To meet this criterion in one dish takes the kind of ingenuity and expert knowledge that Robertson possesses. One-Dish Vegan contains more than 150 recipes. They range from the most popular categories of one-dish dining like stews, chilis, and casseroles (and other baked dishes) to a host of stovetop sautés and stir-fries as well as substantial salads and dishes that feature pasta as well as other noodles, such as Asian noodles. The recipes are at once homey and adventuresome, comforting and surprising. Above all, they demonstrate that it really is possible to get a complete vegan meal into one dish, full of good-for-you nutrients and bright, satisfying flavors.
Romero, Terry Hope, author.
Worthington, Diane Rossen.
The subtitle says it all. One of the biggest challenges for the good home cook is creating delicious, healthy meals using just a few ingredients and simple steps. And good cooks know that Diane Worthington is an expert at finding the one strong flavor component that will turn a ho-hum dish into something memorable—without spending the whole day in the kitchen. In Seriously Simple: Easy Recipes for Creative CooksSeriously Simple.