June 13, 2010 §
The Complete Book of Hot Spicy Asian Cooking
The Complete Book of Hot Spicy Asian Cooking is a wonderful guide to the incredible variety of chili peppers and Asian herbs and spices used to create the luscious, highly sought-after flavors of Eastern cuisine. Whether you are a fan of hot, fiery flavors or of more subtle, tangy aromas, this book provides recipes you’ll love from Thailand, Sri Lanka, India, Burma and Indonesia, among others.
Ebook Pdf Format, 226 Pages , 18.1 Mo
June 12, 2010 §
Elaborately decorated cookies fill the shelves of high-end bakery cases, tempting shoppers with bright colors and whimsical shapes. The cookies are beautiful, but buying them in a bakery can be shockingly expensive, and their flavor often doesn’t live up to their appearance. Now home bakers can have their pretty cookies and enjoy eating them too!
Ebook Pdf Format, 161 Pages , 23.2 Mo
June 11, 2010 §
Professional Baking contains even more expertise and formulas for the aspiring professional in this updated new Fourth Edition. Offering complete, step-by-step instruction on making the full range of baked goods from cakes, pies, and pastries to artisan breads and more, this must-have resource shares the information and techniques necessary to create high-quality dishes with the artistry of a true professional.
Ebook Pdf Format, 735 Pages , 29 Mo
June 10, 2010 §
Some wonderful chefs have donated their favorite soup recipes to this cookbook for a simple reason. Proceeds from the book will support the work of the Soil Association, a nonprofit based in Bristol,England. Few Americans have heard of the Soil Association.But almost everyone has heard of organic food and sustainable agriculture, two of the causes that the Soil Association has been promoting for more than 60 years. Indeed, the modern organic movement was launched during the 1940s by a pair of British iconoclasts, Lady Eve Balfour and Sir Albert Howard. At a time when herbicides and pesticides and synthetic fertilizers were first being introduced on a wide scale, Balfour and Howard began to question whether these were good things. They rebelled against a mindset that viewed the land as just one more economic commodity, to be doused with chemicals for a short-term profit. They rebelled against a mentality that worshipped technology for its own sake, that eagerly sought to control and dominate nature. They embraced a much more holistic view of how we should treat livestock, the land, and the rural communities dependent upon farming.
Ebook Pdf Format, 356 Pages ,48.7 Mo
June 9, 2010 §
The Book Of Sushi
Sushi, that so typical Japanese food, has a history going back to prehistoric times. Over the centuries it has been refined into a surprising number of variations, from the simplest everyday fare–such as tuna wrapped in vinegared rice and crisp vitamin-rich nori seaweed–to elegant and imaginative sushi created for festiveoccasions. The centerpiece of this book is Edomae-zushi, the delicate, natural, fresh variety first made in Tokyo in the early nineteenth century and now popular throughout the world.
Ebook Pdf Format, 132 Pages , 33.1 Mo
June 8, 2010 §
Texas State Technical College 40th Anniversary Cookbook
Texas State Technical College (TSTC) was established in 1965 as the James Connally Technical Institute (JCTI) of Texas A&M University to meet the state’s evolving workforce needs. This College was located in Central Texas at the former James Connally Air Force Base in Waco. At the time, Governor John Connally
predicted that it would be “the most sophisticated technicalvocational institute in the country.”
Ebook Pdf Format, 390 Pages , 40 Mo
June 7, 2010 §
The Essential Fingerfood Cookbook
This book is filled with tempting recipes to be shared with friends, beautifully presented but with the emphasis on simplicity and taste. Chapters are divided into region and culture and photographs guide you through any tricky techniques.
Ebook Pdf Format, 264 Pages , 58.6 Mo