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Ladies Who Drink

By Anne Keenan Higgins, Marisa Bulzone
Authors:
Anne Keenan Higgins, Marisa Bulzone
Entertain in style with Ladies Who Drink, a gloriously glamorous excursion into the world of cocktails. Within these pages, recipes for updated classics like the mojito, cosmopolitan, and old fashioned meet modern concoctions like the strawberry basil margarita, lime shandy, and spicy michelada. This engaging and user-friendly guide is gorgeously illustrated by Anne Keenan Higgins, who brings each cocktail and setting to life with a whimsical array of sipping ladies dressed in to-die-for original fashions. Picture it: a woman in a chartreuse dress drinking a Daiquiri while reading Hemingway's To Have and Have Not; or a woman with a Manhattan in hand wearing a cherry styled fascinator against the backdrop of the New York City skyline.Broken down by occasions like game day, book club, or barbeque, as well as moods like April in Paris, seaside sunset, or Mardi Gras, Ladies Who Drink is filled light-bite food pairing recipes and entertaining ideas perfect for just about any occasion.
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A Perfect Score

By Kathryn Hall, Craig Hall
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Kathryn Hall, Craig Hall
In this New York Times bestseller, a lively husband and wife team recounts their twenty-year climb from amateur winemakers to recipients of an almost unheard-of perfect score from Robert Parker's Wine Advocate.Kathryn and Craig Hall launched themselves head-first into Napa Valley twenty years ago with the purchase of an 1885 winery and never looked back. Since the couple's purchase of that debut winery, their critically acclaimed HALL Wines and WALT Wines have become fixtures of the California wine industry.Readers who love a good glass of wine will find much to savor in the Halls' expert account of the art, soul, and business of a modern winery. A Perfect Score weaves a vibrant tale of the HALL brand's meteoric rise to success, Napa Valley's tug-of-war between localism and tourism, and the evolving nature of the wine industry as a whole.
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Mum’s Sneaky Recipes

By Samantha Quinn
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Samantha Quinn
This book contains over 200 recipes and tips to help you to introduce healthy meals and snacks to your children, so that eating the right foods soon becomes an intuitive and pleasant experience, without the accompanying battles! Recipe ideas range from brilliant breakfasts to perfect party food, and there is a time-saving, day-by-day meal planner. There is also a chapter dedicated to superfoods to boost children's intake of essential nutrients for energy and growth, and another chapter on gluten free. This book will help families bond during mealtimes and encourage healthy eating habits that can be passed on to the next generation.
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Joel Serra's Modern Spanish Kitchen

By Joel Serra
Authors:
Joel Serra
'Food is not what you cook, but what you make others taste.'Joel Serra Bevin was born in New Zealand and grew up in Tasmania. Inspired by his Catalan great-grandfather, Papa Serra, Joel moved to Barcelona where he has immersed himself in his much-loved Spanish food and cooking. Joel brings a vibrant, fresh approach to traditional Spanish dishes. He is obsessed with new flavour combinations, unusual preparations and loves to create magic for whoever joins him around the table.These eighty recipes offer both a beginner's guide to eating and drinking like a local in Barcelona and Spain, with fresh takes on Spanish favourites such as Fideua with Squid Ink, Allioli, Pulpo Gallego and Leche Merengada, as well as plenty of inspiration for those looking to experiment.While not stinting on classic dishes for those new to Spanish food, Joel also reinvents Catalan classics such as Membrillo-Roasted Pumpkin with Almond Cream, and Green Gazpacho with Sumac Yogurt. As Joel says, 'Food always tastes better when shared, so pull up a seat and join the feast.'
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The London Cookbook

By Aleksandra Crapanzano
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Aleksandra Crapanzano
Once known for its watery potatoes, stringy mutton, and grayed vegetables, London is now considered to be the most vibrant city on the global food map. The London Cookbook reflects the contemporary energy and culinary rebirth of this lively, hip, sophisticated, and very international city. It is a love letter to the city and an insider's guide to its most delicious haunts, as well as a highly curated and tested collection of the city's best recipes. This timeless book explores London's incredibly diverse cuisine through an eclectic mix of dishes, from The Cinnamon Club's Seared Aubergine Steaks with Sesame and Tamarind to the River Cafe's Tagliatelle with Lemon, and from Tramshed's Indian Rock Chicken Curry to Nopi's Sage and Cardamom Gin. Striking the perfect balance between armchair travel and approachable home cooking, The London Cookbook is both a resource and keepsake, a book as much for the well-travelled cook as for the dreaming novice.
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Cook Lively!

By Laura-Jane Koers
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Laura-Jane Koers
Fresh, raw plant foods are the key to vibrant health, glowing skin, and high energy. But many raw and vegan recipes require trips to specialty stores and long hours in the kitchen. On her popular website, TheRawtarian.com, Laura-Jane Koers offers simple, satisfying recipes to whip up healthy meals with as few ingredients and in as few steps as possible. Laura-Jane is on a quest to create amazing recipes using staple ingredients that can be found all year round and might already be in your kitchen (think bananas, apples, carrots, celery, and onions - no need to make a special trip for fresh coconut or celeriac).Cook Lively! offers 100 brand-new recipes as well as a few favorites from the website, arranged by time of day to show how to support health and satisfy taste buds all day long with all-vegan, mostly raw plant ingredients. Cook Lively! is the go-to cookbook when you're hungry for something wholesome, delicious, and quick.
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The Bloody Mary Book

By Ellen Brown
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Ellen Brown
The stalwart cocktail classic has been around for almost a century and continues to be the go-to drink for weekend brunches, parties, and game-day tailgating. The Bloody Mary Book features 65 new and innovative recipes to surprise any party guest.A basic Bloody Mary requires no more skill than simply pouring, but this book makes use of all possible flavors, different liquors, and a rainbow of garnishes that can be purely decorative or practically serve as a main course. The drinks are a dizzying array of creativity, from the Vegan Mary, which is packed with umami, to a Middle Eastern Mary, adding cumin, coriander and harissa for an extra bit of spice, as well as a Gazpacho Mary, pureed with onion, garlic, peppers and cucumber to yield a veritable meal in a glass. The bar food complements the beverages nicely, with Scotch Eggs, Tuna Poke with Mango and Avocado, Smoked Salmon Spread, and Spiced Mixed Nuts, and the garnishes start with homemade Dilly Beans and pickles and ramp up to Beef Jerky and even Ceviche! Whatever your fancy, the Bloody Mary is the perfect weekend drink.
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Red, White, and 'Que

By Karen Adler, Judith Fertig
Authors:
Karen Adler, Judith Fertig
This new title from the authors of The Gardener and the Grill is backyard grilling like never before, with an emphasis on the fruits and vegetables usually neglected in favor of steak or barbecued chicken. Each recipe makes the most of seasonal American ingredients and flavors like bourbon, bacon, blackberries, country ham, maple syrup, pomegranates, craft beer, pecans, and sweet onions. In the winter, you can make Ember-Roasted Brussels Sprouts basted with browned butter or Barbecuer's White Bean Cassoulet, and in the warmer months, Planked Chicken Breasts with Chile Lime Sofrito, Root Beer Ribs, and Grilled Banana Splits. And with inventive techniques such as ember roasting and flavored wood smoke, each recipe is perfect for date nights, family dinners, and tailgate parties. Celebrate the magic of flame-kissed food on the grill all year round, with vegetables straight from the American garden.
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A Passion for Pasta

By Carmela Sophia Sereno
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Carmela Sophia Sereno
In A Passion for Pasta, everyone can take a delicious trip down Italy, from top to toe, led by 'pasta queen' Carmela Sereno - your guide to making speciality pasta dishes from each Italian region. With stunning photographs throughout, these recipes include: · Mandilli di Seta, handkerchief pasta with creamy pesto, from Liguria and the Italian Riviera. Liguria's capital, Genoa, is birthplace of the well-known basil pesto. · Orecchiete con cime di rape, which combines the speciality pasta of Puglia, orecchiete (translated as 'little ears'), with the humble turnip to produce a dish full of flavour and yet typical of Puglia's unique style of cooking, cucina povera. · Ziti with sardines, chicory and breadcrumbs. Ziti pasta come in many sizes from the length of small maccheroni to that of spaghetti. Originating from Sicily, this dish has strong Middle Eastern and North African influences, acknowledging these two regions' involvement in Sicilian history. Serano shows us how to make even the most basic pasta dough into a variety of shapes and stunning designs using stripes, spots and delicate herbs. Even those who are already great pasta enthusiasts will be amazed at the range of pasta explored in this book, with dishes selected to delight not only with their exquisite taste but also by their beautiful and varied appearance. From the 'Polenta Gnocchi' of the Aosta Valley to Tuscany's 'Pancake Pasta', A Passion for Pasta has a dish for every occasion, and all tastes.
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Pinot, Pasta, and Parties

By Dee Dee Sorvino, Paul Sorvino
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Dee Dee Sorvino, Paul Sorvino
Dee Dee and Paul Sorvino believe that the best way to solve the problems of the world is with a nice glass of wine and bountiful meal. Everything from the most glorious to the most prickly of subjects are palatable at the dinner table--especially if cocktails are served. In Pinot, Pasta, and Politics, the couple explores their "founding flavors." Paul brings the Pasta; a collection of traditional italian family recipes, while Dee Dee brings the Politics; anecdotes and stories sure to inspire debate. The Pinot comes in handy to balance the two. Filled with American history, personal author photos, and tales and quotes from Hollywood stars and American politicos, this light and fun cookbook offers 60 recipes that appeal to all political persuasions during the 2016 election year.
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A Meatloaf in Every Oven

By Frank Bruni, Jennifer Steinhauer, Marilyn Pollack Naron
Authors:
Frank Bruni, Jennifer Steinhauer
Illustrated by:
Marilyn Pollack Naron
Frank Bruni and Jennifer Steinhauer share a passion for meatloaf-exchanging recipes via phone, email, text and instant message for decades, perfecting their art. A MEATLOAF IN EVERY OVEN is an homage to a distinct tradition, with 50 killer meatloaf recipes from the best versions of the classics to riffs by world famous chefs; from Italian polpettone to Middle Eastern kibbe to curried Boboti. A Meatloaf in Every Oven will address all the meatloaf controversies (Ketchup or no? Sauté the veggies?), fitting a dish that has legions of passionate fans and partisans. And it will help you with all the necessary troubleshooting so you never have to fear a dry loaf again. This love letter to meatloaf will incorporate history and personal anecdotes and make you feel like you're cooking beside two trusted and knowledgable friends.
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Grog

By Tom Gilling
Authors:
Tom Gilling
The marines on the First Fleet refused to sail without it. Convicts risked their necks to get hold of it. Rum built a hospital and sparked a revolution, made fortunes and ruined lives. In a society with few luxuries, liquor was power. It played a crucial role, not just in the lives of individuals like James Squire - the London chicken thief who became Australia's first brewer - but in the transformation of a starving penal outpost into a prosperous trading port.Drawing on a wealth of contemporary sources, Grog offers an intoxicating look at the first decades of European settlement and explores the origins of Australia's fraught love affair with the hard stuff.
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Brooklyn Rustic

By Bryan Calvert
Authors:
Bryan Calvert
Brooklyn is the red-hot center of American food, and Bryan Calvert was one of its first culinary pioneers. Now, in 125 surefire, imaginative recipes, he brings the best of the borough to your table: food that mixes country appeal with urban complexity. This is food at its most elemental and most delicious, infusing fresh flavor into comforting favorites with dishes like Melted Romaine Lettuce; Heirloom Tomatoes with Gin, Feta, and Dill; Stuffed Skillet Chicken with Lemon-Miso Sauce; and Dulce de Leche Cheesecake with Sea Salt and Caramelized Apples. Calvert's recipes build on staples that are available nationally and include flair with ingredients that are ready to be discovered at most markets. Brooklyn Rustic shows how the simplest tricks can make the difference between an average meal and a great one.
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