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When Daniel Duane became a father, this San Francisco surfer and climber found himself trapped at home with no clue how to contribute. Inept at so many domestic tasks, and less than eager to change diapers, he took on dinner duty. Duane had a few tricks: pasta, stir-fry...well, actually, those were his only two tricks. But he had a biographical anomaly: Chef Alice Waters had been his preschool teacher. So he cracked one of her Chez Panisse cookbooks and cooked his way through it. And so it went with all seven of her other cookbooks, then on to those of other famous chefs - thousands of recipes in all, amounting to an epic eight-year cooking journey. Butchering whole lambs at home, teaching himself to make classic veal stock, even hunting pigs in Maui and fishing for salmon in Alaska, Duane so thoroughly immersed himself in the modern food world that he met and cooked with a striking number of his heroes: writing a book with Alice Waters; learning offal cookery hands-on from the great Fergus Henderson; even finagling seven straight hours of one-on-one private lessons from the chef he admires above all others, Thomas Keller. Duane’s inimitable voice carries us through, with humor and panache, even through a pair of personal tragedies. Here is a writer who can make chopping an onion sound fun and fascinating. But there is more at stake in his wonderful memoir: In the end, Duane learns not just how to cook like a man, but how to be one. 1. Language: English. Narrator: James Patrick Cronin. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/004246/bk_adbl_004246_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Healthy Cookbooks: Your go-to cookbooks for healthy foods when time is the only ingredient you’re missing. Healthy cooking can seem next to impossible to do - but sitting down to the table isn’t just for special occasions. Healthy Cookbooks practically sets the table for you with flavorful meals that won’t break your budget. Whether it’s grocery shopping, figuring out proportions, or just leaving the right amount of leftovers in the fridge, Healthy Cookbooks gives you back the time you need to enjoy nourishing home-cooked meals, even on your busiest days. Healthy Cookbooks includes: Four manuscripts: "Clean Eating Made Simple", "Eating Clean", "Clean Eating Recipes", and "The Clean Eating Cookbook" One hundred thirty deliciously quick recipes: classic recipes complete with detailed information for preparation Healthy eating guidelines: advice on how to live a healthy lifestyle Healthy Cookbooks brings you recipes such as: wild salmon with corn and pepper salsa salad, smoked avocado lime pork chops, crispy honey garlic salmon, nectarine and onion pork chops, and much more! Get cooking with Healthy Cookbooks and learn how easy it can be to coordinate your meals and schedules for a healthy lifestyle. 1. Language: English. Narrator: David Van Der Molen. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/109893/bk_acx0_109893_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
02A14X1BAllium sativum, commonly known as garlic, is a species in the onion family Alliaceae. Its close relatives include the onion, shallot, leek, and chive. Garlic has been used throughout recorded history for both culinary and medicinal purposes. It has a characteristic pungent, spicy flavor that mellows and sweetens considerably with cooking. A bulb of garlic, the most commonly used part of the plant, is divided into numerous fleshy sections called cloves. Single clove garlic (also called Pearl garlic or Solo garlic) also exists it originates in the Yunnan province of China. The cloves are used as seed, for consumption (raw or cooked), and for medicinal purposes. The leaves, stems (scape), and flowers (bulbils) on the head (spathe) are also edible and are most often consumed while immature and still tender. The papery, protective layers of "skin" over various parts of the plant and the roots attached to the bulb are the only parts not considered palatable.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Nigerian cuisine, like West African cuisine uses spices, herbs in conjunction with palm oil or groundnut oil to create deeply-flavoured sauces and soups often made very hot with chili peppers. Nigerian feasts are colourful and lavish, while aromatic market and roadside snacks cooked on barbecues or fried in oil are plentiful and varied.Jollof rice consists of rice, tomatoes and tomato paste (sometimes), onion, salt, sometimes oil and red pepper and a variety of vegetables and meats, and can constitute a complete banquet on a plate. Pate is made with ground dry corn or rice or acha. Mostly combined with vegetables (spinach), tomatoes, onions, pepper, garden egg, locust beans, groundnut, biscuit bone and meats minces. It is common within northwestern Nigeria, like Kaduna, Nassarawa and Plateau. Coconut rice is a rice dish made with coconut milk.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. XO sauce is a spicy seafood sauce. It was developed in the 1980s in Hong Kong for Cantonese cuisine. The sauce is made of roughly chopped dried seafoods, such as scallop, dried fish and shrimp that has been cooked with chilli, onion, garlic and oil. Once a prestigious concoction confined to gourmet seafood restaurants, XO sauce can now be found as a pre-made product on grocery stores shelves, produced by Asian food companies like Lee Kum Kee, ANJI, and Amoy. The name XO sauce comes from fine XO (extra-old) cognac, which is a popular Western liquor in Hong Kong and considered by many to be a chic product there. In addition the term XO is often used in the popular culture of Hong Kong to denote high quality, prestige, and luxury. In fact, XO sauce has been marketed in the same manner as the French liquor, using packaging of similar colour schemes.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Sabzi refers to any vegetable dish in Indian cuisine. Wash the vegetable(s) thoroughly. Trim and slice into pieces that are mouthful size or around inch thick cubes. The onion is sliced. When fresh tomatoes are used, chop them. This however is not the only way to make subzi, there are many different methods to make the hundreds of subzis that exist. In a large cooking pot, heat the ghee and add the onions to fry on medium heat. Add the spices and the vegetable(s). Cook over a moderate heat for 20 minutes. Stir occasionally. The vegetable should not be over cooked and should retain its crispness when bitten. Remove from the heat, sprinkle with salt and serve.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Sofrito in Spanish language, soffritto in Italian, sofregit in Catalan or refogado in Portuguese are similar but different sauces made with tomato and onion which have been cut in very small pieces and slowly (at least a quarter of an hour, but more usually half an hour) cooked in olive oil, typical of all the countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea and which have been exported to some American countries. In Latin American cuisine, it is a sauce of tomatoes, roasted bell peppers, garlic, onions and herbs. In Catalan cuisine el "sofregit" has olive oil, tomatoes and onions, and may at times have different vegetables such as peppers or garlic.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.Zacusc is a vegetable spread very popular in Romania. Similar spreads are found in other countries throughout, or bordering, the Balkans.The main ingredients are roasted eggplant or cooked beans, roasted red peppers (belonging to a local cultivar called gogo ari) and chopped onion. In North America gogosari equate with pimento peppers and are available in farmers'' markets late in the summer. Some add tomatoes, mushrooms, carrots, or celery. Other ingredients are also added according to taste, including spices. Every cook seems to have his/her own recipe. Traditionally, a family will cook a large quantity of it after the fall harvest and preserve it in sterilized jars.