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From sweet to savory and from breakfast to bedtime, apples take center stage in this fun volume. With recipes ranging from traditional apple pies and crisps to unexpected surprises like Ground Lamb Kebabs with Apple Mint Raita, this new edition of the best-selling classic has been completely revised and redesigned to feature more than 30 new apple-themed goodies. With plenty of vegan and gluten-free options, you’ll be cooking apple-based dishes that you can enjoy with all of your friends.
Peaches. Plums. Nectarines. Apricots. They're summer's sweethearts. Eating them fresh off the tree, still warm from the sun, is one of the high points of the year. Now, award-winning cookbook author Olwen Woodier offers stone fruit lovers 150 enticing ways to savor these sweet and tangy flavors of summer. You'll find wonderful recipes for baking these fruits in crisps, cobblers, pies, and tarts. And peaches, plums, nectarines, and apricots pair up beautifully with ice cream and sherbet, or can be whipped up into frosty shakes and smoothies. But there are many other ways to bring the taste of summer to your table. For example, the flavors burst when the fruits are grilled, sautéed, or roasted. Plums are perfect with pork tenderloin. Nectarines are a natural with roasted chicken. Apricots are a perfect complement to turkey breast. There are also recipes for grilled salmon with nectarine and avocado and halibut with peaches. When you have a taste for something with an extra zing, Woodier suggests the tarter varieties of plums--damsons, greengages, beach plums, and some varieties of Italian plums. Because the flavor of these plums is more assertive, they can withstand stronger seasonings such as cloves and cardamom, cinnamon and ginger. Or for a real culinary treat, poach these plums in a fruity red wine. Summer fruits work beautifully in sauces and salsas. A nectarine chili sauce or a plum garlic sauce makes a terrific dip or a tasty sauce to brush on grilled meat. And when you're looking for something more exciting to dip tortilla chips into, try peach-plum salsa. Enhancing this luscious cookbook are fascinating sidebars. Woodier tells stories from the history and folklore of stone fruits: for example, did you know that apricots were first cultivated 3000 years ago near the Great Wall of China? You'll find information about rare varieties such as donut peaches, the smallest and sweetest peaches of all, as well as new specialty hybrid fruits such as apriums, an apricot-plum hybrid with the downy yellow skin and yellow-orange flesh of an apricot and the tangy flavor of a plum. Packed with food-lore, nutritional information, and 150 imaginative, innovative, and succulent recipes, Peaches and Other Juicy Fruits is a cookbook you won't let out of your hands all year long.
Fresh, hip cookbook takes jamming out of grandma’s kitchen and into the 21st century In Jam On, New York’s “Jam Queen” Laena McCarthy shares her love of making inventive handmade jam with delicious recipes and canning techniques. Her down-to-earth approach and unique, easy method allows even the novice cook to make fresh and exciting jam. The recipes in Jam On use less sugar, making the jams not only healthier, but more intensely flavorful than your average fruit concoction. With step-by-step instructions and four-color photographs throughout, McCarthy guides readers through the canning process and offers inventive herb and spice combinations for a range of signature jams. Recipes include: • Grapefruit & Smoked Salt Marmalade • Strawberry Balsamic Jam • Easy Like Sunday Morning Blueberry Preserves • Tiny Strawberry Preserves with Thai Basil • Rhubarb Hibiscus Jam • Spiced Beer Jelly • Hot Fireman’s Pear Jam • Lime & Pandan Marmalade • and much more
The most complete cookbook for enjoying and cooking with apples. The Apple Lover's Cookbook celebrates the beauty of apples in all their delicious variety, taking you from the orchard to the kitchen with recipes both sweet (like Apple-Stuffed Biscuit Buns and Blue Ribbon Deep-Dish Apple Pie) and savory (like Cider-Brined Turkey and Apple Squash Gratin). It offers a full-color guide to fifty-nine apple varieties, with descriptions of their flavor, history, and, most important, how to use them in the kitchen. Amy Traverso also takes you around the country to meet farmers, cider makers, and apple enthusiasts. The one hundred recipes run the spectrum from cozy crisps and cobblers to adventurous fare like Cider-Braised Brisket or Apple-Gingersnap Ice Cream. In addition, Amy organizes apple varieties into cooking categories so that it's easy to choose the right fruit for any recipe. You'll know to use tart Northern Spy in your pies and Fuji in delicate cakes. The Apple Lover's Cookbook is the ultimate apple companion.
APPLE COOKBOOK includes more than 150 recipes such as Breakfasts: Sausage and Apple Omelets, Apple Corn Hotcakes, and Apple Raisin Turnovers. Starters: Prosciutto Apple Wedges and Apple Cheese Spread. Soups: Black Bean and Mulligatawny. Salads: Potato Apple Salad, Apple Slaw, and Curried Chicken Salad. Side Dishes: Maple Sweet Potato Casserole and Sausage and Apple Stuffing. Entrees: Cod and Apple Curry, Beef and Apple Deep Dish Pie, and Lamb Stew. And, of course, Desserts: Apple and Raisin Deep Dish Pie, Apple Crumb Pie, Apple Cranberry Meringue Pie, Apple Sauce Tart, Hank Keenan's Peach and Apple Pie, Apple Cream Cheese Tart, French Apple Tart, and Pumpkin-Apple Pie. Top the classic Harvest Apple Pie with a slice of Vermont Cheddar cheese, and the pie still represents the best of American cooking - simple and delicious.
Tantalizing Recipes to Tingle the Taste Buds Cold, delicious juice drinks never go out of style. They're perfect in any kind of weather and at any time of day. Most important, they're as nutritious as they are mouth-watering. Ultimate Juicing overflows with 125 great-tasting fruit and vegetable drinks that use the sweet, zesty juices of everything from apples to tomatoes. Inside, you'll discover a wealth of fun and easy-to-prepare recipes for the most delectable fruit and vegetable drinks imaginable, including: ·Adam's Apple ·Berry the Hatchet ·The Beet Goes On ·Grin and Carrot ·Cool Hand Cuke ·Heard It Through the Grapefruit ·First Mango on the Moon ·And many more! With a nutritional analysis for each recipe, you can create both healthy and delicious treats from home in this delightful countertop partner to Ultimate Smoothies. From the Trade Paperback edition.
DIVTaking something classic and giving it a new twist, An Apple a Day is a fresh, daily cookbook, filled to the brim with 365 apple recipes carefully selected to reflect the holidays, seasons, and months of the year (Pumpkin-Apple Soup in October; Grilled Turkey Burger with Apple-Chipotle Sauce in July), as well as current culinary trends and decorating projects./divDIV /divDIVDifferent from other apple cookbooks on the market, this extensive collection of recipes will go far beyond the tried and true apple dishes, to include novel recipes for savory meals such as Risotto with Apples and Crêpes, salads such as Thai-Style Pork Belly with Apples; cocktails such as Frozen Apple Daiquiri—and so much more. Nor will traditional favorites be neglected; the book will offer multiple ways to make applesauce, baked apples, pies, tarts, muffins, crisps, pastries and cookies. The recipes in the book will be accompanied by crafty, room decor and ambience-enhancing projects such as seasonal centerpieces and apple-scented candles, designed for a delightful, multi-sensory apple experience. /divDIV /divDIVNotes on apple varieties will instruct on picking the perfect apple for any occasion and sidebars will be used to reflect interesting apple stats, tales from literature and folklore, pairing tips, and surprising apple fun facts. Also sprinkled throughout are quotations and favorite apple recipes shared by some of today’s popular celebrity chefs, reflecting a variety of different cultures and styles of cuisine, such as Michael Gilligan and Ian Kittichai. /divDIV /divDIVSee, smell, and best of all taste for yourself, hundreds of ways to enjoy one of the world’s most versatile fruits of all time./div

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