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Wieners Gone Wild!

By Allan Penn, Holly Schmidt
Authors:
Allan Penn, Holly Schmidt
You've Never Tasted Hot Dogs Like These! What's more American than apple pie? Hot dogs! Accompanying every barbeque, ball game, or picnic, a hot dog is more than just meat in a bun,it is an American pastime. In Wieners Gone Wild!, you'll find dozens of mouth-watering, irresistible recipes starring the classic dog in a tasty and surprising 21st century makeover. Join hot dog aficionados Holly Schmidt and Allan Penn in an around-the-world, wiener-fueled adventure, featuring original and exciting recipes like:- The Salty Dog: Smothered with Sriracha coleslaw and topped with cornmeal-fried clams, it's a New England summer on a bun. - Cowboy Up!: A new twist on the classic chili dog, it's piled high with ground beef and Cheddar cheese. - Hair of the Dog: With spicy hash browns and a bourbon sauce, it's perfect for the morning after.

The Wholesome Baby Food Guide

By Maggie Meade
Authors:
Maggie Meade
Baby food doesn't need to be tasteless, processed and in a jar. It can be fresh, vibrant and delicious. In THE WHOLESOME BABY FOOD GUIDE, Maggie Meade will show you how easy it is to feed your baby homemade goodness. Based on the top-rated baby food website, THE WHOLESOME BABY FOOD GUIDE is filled with carefully researched information on nutrition, allergies, myths, and the best practices for introducing foods to your little ones. With more than 150 recipes, as well as storage tips, and allergy alerts, Meade reviews the three major stages of a baby's learning to eat: 4-6 months, 6-8 months, and 8 months and up. With courage, humor, and gentle motivation, this book will show parents that their baby's food doesn't have to come from a jar to be healthy and safe. In fact, the healthiest, safest, and tastiest (not to mention least expensive!) foods for babies are those cooked from real ingredients in the kitchen at home. This book sets the stage for a child's lifelong love of healthy and wholesome foods. Move over Gerber-- parents are getting into the kitchen!

Waffles, Crepes and Pancakes

By Norma Miller
Authors:
Norma Miller
Delicious recipes for waffles, crêpes and pancakes that appeal to young and old alike and fit in with all styles of eating, whether on the move or at the table. Creating food that's perfect for parties and ideal for snacks and impromptu meals.Includes both quick and easy recipes, including some old favourites, as well as more adventurous recipes requiring a little more preparation. Perfect for those cooking basic waffles, crêpes and pancakes from scratch and also for those who buy ready-made waffles, crêpes and pancakes for reheating but want to use the recipes to make a filling or topping. Explains how to get perfect results every time, using the equipment that's now available on the market, and how to successfully freeze and reheat them.
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Women Who Eat

By Leslie Miller
Authors:
Leslie Miller
More than just great food writing, this long-overdue rebuttal to the notion that all women are on a diet celebrates food with grace, wit, and gusto. Women are reclaiming their pots and pans, but it's a new era in the kitchen. Today's generation of women is putting a fresh spin on the "joy of cooking",and eating and entertaining.Women both in and out of the culinary profession share their stories about the many ways food shapes and enhances their lives. New York Times columnist Amanda Hesser praises the joys of simple food. Kate Sekules discusses the importance of having a restaurant where you are known. Michelle Tea describes her working-class Polish family's meals as "tripe, kielbasa, shellfish and beer." One woman owns up to her culinary ineptitude in an era when being a gourmet cook is all the rage another links her love for Carvel soft-serve ice cream to her childhood in Trinidad. One woman writes about baking school, another about making sauerkraut with her grandmother, and another about the food in her favourite books of her childhood. This illuminating look at food today, with generous helpings of great prose, is that all too rare thing: a food positive book by women.
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