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From living on a farm and then a ranch in Wyoming I have a passion for good food and recipes. I also am immersed in the history and personal stories of the Volga Germans. All my grandparents came from Russia, but were of German descent. This places me in a small, but unique group of people within the United States. I would like to introduce you to these wonderful, hardworking people who still cling to their values, tradition, and religion.I decided to combine my Volga German upbringing with stories and recipes from my childhood and beyond.I now reside in Cave Creek, AZ with my husband David and new AZ Rescue A Golden, Dudley DoRight.I work in the food and beverage department for a 5 diamond resort in Scottsdale, AZ. I continue to research the Volga Germans through my family tree and I still cook and bake our special german foods from scratch.
TURMERIC GOLD is to inspire American home cooks to learn to use India favorite ingredients and their spices in their everyday dishes because of their healing properties. Low fat and easy to cook our vegetables and meat dishes will also charm your taste buds. Saroj's home recipes were the inspiration in the realization of our cookbook. Amara's recipes creations have been a labor of love. She wishes to bridge American ingredients and Indian spices for better health and ultimate taste.
This handy reference guide was compiled by a 72 year oldgreat-grandmother for her great grandchildren as they begin their culinary journey. Questions from famiy over many years was the catalyst for the content. This book is great for kitchen beginners, but serves as a reminder and quick reference for the experienced cook as well. It is chock full of basic measuring techniques, different pan sizes, and substitutions for those occasions when you don't have a particular itemor ingredient in your pantry. A cooking vocabulary, and description of certain recipe instruction methods are of great help. This book includes charts for freezer and refrigerator storage, a chart to convert a regular recipe to a crock-pot recipe, and a conversion chart for metric. This book will be must have in every kitchen. It will be a well used addition to the kitchens of those who own it.
Have you ever wondered why most cookbooks suggest wine pairings to serve with their recipes but never give any guidance on what to drink while you're actually cooking? Do you ever find yourself looking for kitchen gadgets that you had no idea you would need when you started preparing a recipe? Then this is the book for you!
Nutrition Bites provides insights, facts and tips on what to feed your children and how to get them to eat healthy food. The information is served up in an easily digestible format, one "e;bite"e; per page. Nutrition bites helps all parents and caregivers easily make the best choices in the supermarket, in the kitchen and at the table.
Unique and wonderful recipes that include cannabis. A full body high, unlike smoking it. Its a great way for those that need cannabis for medication that cannot smoke it. A great start for anyone who is interested in cooking in medicinal foods. For the professional and the beginning cook. Over 70 very unique recipes that anyone interested in this type of cooking will enjoy to learn and experiment with. Each recipe comes complete with nutritional facts and serving size. this book is the first of a five book series.
The recipes in this book are easy and tasteful. Some of them have been made for years and others have recently been made. All have been enjoyed, by people who love to eat. These recipes are requested over and over again.
"e;An Apple A Day-Getting Back to Basics Achieves Total Health and Wellness"e; is a sensible fitness program that nets great results. Michael C. Allen is a disciplined author and businessman who reached total health, wellness and fitness by employing basic nutrition centered on eating an apple a day and maintaining an optimal level of hydration. Michael C. Allen is able to boast the physique and activity level of men twenty years younger because he takes a no frills, basic approach to living a healthy lifestyle.
The Nurse in the Kitchen is a compilation of recipe submissions provided by the members of Chi Eta Phi Sorority, Inc. located in states across the United States.Most of the recipes included in this cookbook are quick, easy to prepare, and compliment a busy lifestyle. Some may require lengthy cooking but these often need very little work. This cookbook is dedicated to the Founder, Aliene Carrington Ewell and Jewels: Clara E. Beverly, Lillian Mosely Boswell, Gladys Louise Catchings, Bessie Foster Cephas, Henrietta Smith Chisholm, Susan Elizabeth Freeman, Ruth Turner Garrett, Olivia Larkins Howard, Mildred Wood Lucas, Clara Belle Royster, and Katherine Chandler Turner. Their memory will live on, as members of Chi Eta Phi Sorority, Inc. continue to live up to the motto: Service for Humanity. . Countless individuals have contributed a great deal of time, effort and commitment to the tasks of collecting, editing, and preparing the manuscript for this project. While space does not permit listing everyone by name, Psi Phi Chapter would like to express genuine appreciation for the contributions and support of the national membership of Chi Eta Phi Sorority, Inc. A special thank you is extended to Janice Bonner-Davis RN (a member of Psi Phi Chapter located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana) who was the visionary for this project and instrumental in developing the initial groundwork. The Nurse in the Kitchen will serve as a marketing and recruitment tool to increase the visibility of Chi Eta Phi Sorority, Inc. while generating funds to support the building or acquisition ofanew National Headquarters.Note: The Nurse in the Kitchen cookbook can be followed on , www.thenurseinthekitchen.com and on twitter as @nursescooking.
A culinary trip around the Caribbean Islands.Authentic tasting and exciting dishes for all occasions. Easy to fallow recipes, plus lavish, fascinating insight of various cuisine a glossary of the ingredients and household hints.The choice of recipes ranges from simple, tasty dishes from light meals to dinner-party dishes.So, if you feel inspired to create something that little unusual, cook Caribbean Soul food and bring something special into your life.
This book is about my midwest family and our ablilty to laugh and have fun with one another. We all have a great love for hunting and fishing. I have enjoyed writing it and sharing a family tradition and recipes. Enjoy!
For bizarre beer brewers, its all about breaking down the style barriers and getting creative with brewing. In Bizarre Brews 101, author Vance Hanna not only shares novel tips and advice for home brewers, but also provides an array of recipes that are truly unique creations that may not fit the typical style.Hanna, who has been creating fermented beverages of one kind or another for eighteen years, delves into the world of bizarre beer brewing, including a recipe for a brown ale using oats as the base malt and a German take on the English Porter style. Bizarre Brews 101 includes recipes for a vast variety of beers, such as Hop Bomb, Silky Double IPA, Imperial Saison Porter, Imperial Milk Cream Ale, Gingered Ale, Barley Wine, Multigrain Bomber, Sassafras Wheat Oat Porter, and Oatmeal Coffee Stout.In addition to his recipes, Hanna incorporates basic information about equipment and ingredients and offers a selection of tips from other home brewers. Bizarre Brews 101 tears down the stereotype that rigid guidelines must be followed when selecting brewing ingredients to make great beer. It shows how you can make a wonderful tasting beer that doesnt fit the bill for the style.
Every family has favourite recipes that have passed down through the generations. I havespent a good part of my life wishing someone in our family would take the time to compilesome of their favourites.As children we were encouraged to express ourselves through cooking. Many of these recipeshave been tried, tested and loved by all. Th ey have been expressed in a level that even theyoungest reader can attempt their fi rst creations without fear of failure.Take this book and make it your recipe box, mark the recipes you love, add your own to theextra pages provided and encourage future generations to pass them on. A small wish but agreat demand.Our family is a circle of love and strength. With every birth and every union, the circlegrows. Every joy shared adds more love. Every crisis faced together makes the circle stronger. Memories have been cherished as well as our recipes.
Did you ever wonder how an entire hospital is fed all at once, or how the food actually gets to each patient? Have you ever wondered why hospital food has such a bad reputation? Have you ever heard of gourmet food served in a healthcare setting?What We Feed Our Patients offers a behind-the-scenes look at the world of hospital food. Chef Jim McGrody has worked the last twenty-seven years in the food service business. Now, his passion for good food has turned to the treatment of patient food. Follow his culinary journey and relive his struggles, failures, and accomplishments in the quest for better food for hospital patients. Learn about the preparation of food served to the patients in hospitals and nursing homesheres a humorous depiction of what really goes on in hospital kitchens!Youll learn how patients can get what they want to eat, rather than simply eating what they are given. McGrody offers insight into who to talk to if there is a problem with the food being served and provides tips on what to say and do in those instances. It is possible for hospital food to be not just nutritious, but also tasty and exciting. Jim McGrody shares how in What We Feed Our Patients.
Thirty percent of American adults are obese. Thirty percent more are overweight but not yet obese. These basic statistics point out the grave danger responsible for thousands of debilitating diseases and premature deaths, a danger that threatens to financially bankrupt our national health care system. Christians, who as the light of the world lead by example, are active participants in the unhealthy life choices contributing to this present crisis. In Healthy Vessels, author and devout believer Jim Williamson, who has been a health practitioner for over thirty years, offers guidance to the secular world and Christians alike for exercising self-control and responsibility and for making smart, healthy lifestyle choices. Healthy Vessels begins by exploring the obesity crisisthe underlying habits causing it, its dangers, and what it means for the future; then Williamson melds scriptural advice on healthy habits with his experience and research in nutrition and exercise. The result is a roadmap for those of us struggling with preventable health problems to understand more about our bodies and how to make them healthy vessels. Drugs and surgery will not fix the problems facing America today. The battle for our health and happiness is a struggle against outside influences and personal impulses. Through applying a little discipline and striving for healthy habits, we can overcome these challenges and truly honor our creator.
This much anticipated collection of recipes and stories is a delight for the palette and soul. Each recipe has been tested hundreds of times and altered to perfection. The Biggs sisters have done all the work, made all the mistakes, corrected them, and share their joy of cooking. They believe a good story and a warm cookie can solve almost any problem. They make cooking sound fun and invite all to share in that fun. They share their Family Recipes with friends, family, and strangers anyone who needs a good laugh or wants to satisfy a hunger. They invite you to cook, bake, share and enjoy.
Need a project?Want to teach someone to cook?Want to add to your Home School curriculum?Want to start a cooking club?Want to engage your community in a skill-building endeavor?Want to get back to the basics?Want to involve the family in a common activity?Need to adjust your family diet and broaden your menus?Want to share the knowledge of community elders?Want to teach people who love to learn what youre teaching
Wellness Wisdom lifted my energy immediately . . . This book contains a powerful blueprint for what wellness looks and feels like.CHRISTIANE NORTHRUP, M.D., author of Womens Bodies, Womens Wisdom, Mother-Daughter Wisdom, The Wisdom of Menopause, and The Secret Pleasures of Menopause"e;Susan Tate is a joyful, enthusiastic, cosmic cheerleader for life, health, and consciousness. She has managed the almost impossible task of making transformational reading fun and inviting. Wellness Wisdom is a beautiful synthesis of timeless teachings for wellness on all levels-body, mind, heart, and soul."e;MARC DAVID, author of Nourishing Wisdom and The Slow Down Diet: Eating for Pleasure, Energy, & Weight Loss"e;As a healer, dancer, and body worker who teaches people to fall in love with their bodies and stay connected to sensation, Susan's words, advice, and insights give us tools for having a passionate and sensual relationship with the body."e;DEBBIE ROSAS, author of The Nia Technique: The High Powered Energizing Workout that Gives You a New Body and a New Life"e;Susan Tate weaves stories, humor, wisdom, and science in this easily accessible guide to wellness. I love that it is organized into 31 delicious bites of wellness wisdom. This second edition takes the reader from inspiration to action-right into joyful wellness."e;DEBORAH KERN, Ph.D., author of Everyday Wellness for Women and co-author of Create the Body Your Soul Desires "e;Susan opens the door for us to heal from the inside out."e;This book is a practical holistic wellness tool to help us create our own wellness philosophy that expands beyond body fat and blood pressure! It highlights important wellness dimensions we often neglect such as joy, forgiveness, love, and laughter. I love how practical the information is and how inspiration is delivered through many personal stories. Susan opens the door for us to heal from the inside out.KAREN WOLFE, M.B.B.S., M.A., co-author of Create the Body Your Soul DesiresWith elegant simplicity, Wellness Wisdom provides a step-by-step guide to sustainable, joyful wellness. This updated edition combines the latest science-based and mind/body healing strategies to lead you gently forward on your wellness journey. In her engaging style, Susan Tate offers nourishing stories, well-researched theory, practical exercises, and a powerful Wellness Bill of Rightsall written with you in mind.
Tooth decay could be a precursor to obesity. Dont believe it? Ask your dentist. Milan Somborac, DDS, sees the same patients again and again, suffering from plaque, cavities, and infection. He provides expensive treatments for preventable conditions, and he blames it all on refined carbohydrates.The human genome represents the entirety of our hereditary information, and it is not aligned with the nutritional qualities of our food or our modern activity levels. Because of this, our overall health is in decline, and tooth decay acts as an early warning for the onset of diseases later in life.In Your Mouth, Your Health Somborac makes the connection between overall health and dental health. He tells us how to prevent decline, through easy to apply examples that will save your teeth and your life. For example, instead of telling us to avoid hot dogs, he tells us how to make them healthy. Instead of removing potatoes, he compares their nutritional value to apples.This guide does not tell you what you cant do; instead, it tells you how to do things better. There are serious benefits to eating from Mother Natures pantry, and you can do it in your neighborhood grocery store. By following the guidelines of Your Mouth, Your Health, you will maximize your genetic potential and live a long, healthy life.
Food has always been Chef Frederic Pierrels singular passion. Now, he and his wife, author Deborah Pierrel, present a collection of his favorite classic recipes. With a refined and down-to-earth style, Chef Frederic gives easy instructions to create appetizers, soups, salads, vegetable dishes, main courses, cheese dishes, and desserts; he also shares the art of pairing these creations with wine. Chef Frederics Best demonstrates how this French chef experiments and plays in markets and kitchens all over the world to find new flavors and develop new recipes, some of which appear as nightly specials and added menu items at the Lakefront, in Mammoth Lakes, California, the restaurant where he has worked as a chef for the last ten years. Chef Frederic Pierrel shares his way of life through his cooking. With anecdotal insights to his outgoing personality and creation of recipes, this cookbook presents a hall pass to cooks everywhere to try and try again without fear.
Julio Fuentes, President of the Florida State Hispanic Chamber of Commerce says Each recipe is an explosion of fl avors, a culinary fireworks display.Lorena Castillo, Chairwoman of the Coalition of Hispanic Instructors in Support of Parental Awareness (CHISPA) says, This book is a must read and gives it an A+.Chef Denis Hernandez of Canada says, If you really want to give your taste buds a culinary delight, try any recipe in this book.For those ready to expand their palate and broaden their culinary horizons, Now Youre Cooking with Latin Flavors! shares one familys collection of simple and inexpensive recipes sure to help both novice and experienced cooks create a lifetime of memories and mouth-watering cuisine in the kitchen.Husband-and-wife team Arlen Castillo and Laz Mur combine their love of Latin food with colorful ingredients and zesty spices in order to provide food aficionados with the basic tools needed to cook a comforting meal without breaking the family budget and relying on fast food outlets for dinner every night. From a bowl of hearty homemade chicken soup served with a thick slice of warm Cuban bread to fried green bananas with Carne Asada to tequila three-lime pie, Castillo and Mur share easy-to-make recipes without a lot of complicated ingredients that encourage families to not be afraid to be creative in the kitchen and remember that cooking is an art rather than an exact science.
How old is Ethiopian cuisine and the unique way of eating it? Ethiopians proudly say their cuisine goes back 3,000 to 5,000 years. Archaeologists and historians now believe it emerged in the first millennium A.D. in Aksum, an ancient kingdom that occupied whats now the northern region of Ethiopia and the southern region of neighboring Eritrea. But regardless of when Ethiopians began to eat spicy wots atop the spongy flatbread injera, or when they first drank the intoxicating honey wine called tej, their cuisine remains unique in the world. Mesob Across America: Ethiopian Food in the U.S.A. brings together what respected scholars and passionate Ethiopians know and believe about this delectable cuisine. From the ingredients of the Ethiopian kitchen the foods, the spices, and the ways of combining them to a close-up look at the cuisines history and culture, Mesob Across America is both comprehensive and anecdotal. Explore the history of how restaurant communities emerged in the U.S., and visit them as they exist today. Learn how to prepare a five-course Ethiopian meal, including homemade tej. And solve the mystery of when Ethiopian food made its debut in America which was not when most Ethiopians think it did.
Although 30% of American children are allergic to one or more foods, the several recipe books available to help plan safe meals for them (and for the 10% of adults who share their allergies) lack comprehensive guidance on other aspects of the problem. Your Food Allergic Child: A Parent's Guide was created specifically to overcome those deficiencies. In addition to an extensive assortment of recipes and reliable guidance on feeding the allergic child (at home, at school, and while traveling), other sections include reference charts to the nutrient and chemical contents of common foods, medications, and grocery brands. The book includes a foreword by Frederic Speer, M.D., nationally recognized authority on food allergies and author of several books on the subject. Janet Meizel is a lecturer in the Department of Community Health, University of California School of Medicine, Davis, CA.
As a multi-faceted author, gracious hostess and cook, Ruth has long been admired by her many friends who have been invited to her dinners. One cannot forget her multi-ethnic specialties, among them Romanian eggplant salad, Colombian Ajiaco potato soup, Bukovinian Schmettentorte (sour cream cake), to name just a small sampling of her culinary repertoire. French gastronome Jean Brillat-Savarin once remarked that the discovery of a new dish does more for the happiness of the new race than the discovery of a star. George Bernard Shaw also believed that there was no love more sincere than the love of food. A sampling of the recipes from this book readily confirms both opinions. Vladimir F. Wertsman, author of Whats Cooking in Multicultural America (Scarecrow Press, 1996) This is an unpretentious cookbook designed for epicurean tastes. It is also a tribute to the women of various ethnic backgrounds who left us the legacy of fine cuisine, which I hope to pass on to future generations. The majority of these recipes are from Bukovina, once Northern Romania, and other countries which were once part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Some of the Bukovinian dishes are almost legendary in their nostalgia. Many have never before been documented and, most probably, have never been featured on restaurant menus. I have wandered across four continents and have experienced life under monarchies, communism, and fascism, all of which I survived. These multiple acculturations were extremely difficult, but had also some positive effects: one of them being the acquisition of a myriad of recipes. I am pleased to share with you some of them in the hope that you will enjoy this adventure as much as I did. Ruth Glasberg Gold
Our bodies are made up of the food we eat. Foods we consume dictate how our body will perform. In this book you will find foods that will: increase your energy, help you lose weight, help you focus, increase your strength, be a better lover, help you live longer, ...and more. After reading this book, you will know how to improve your life with food. Dont be fooled by false claims, get the facts. This fun and easy to read book contains the most recent information about the effects that foods and drinks have on the body. Will fruits or vegetables help you run faster? Will you gain more muscle mass consuming protein powders or whole foods? Will you live longer by eating fish?You were given only one body. Take care of it... ...and it will take care of you.
Everyday Recipes You Love- Now Gluten Free A mixture of your favorite everyday recipes, now made with 100% gluten free ingredients. Try our zesty Chili Lime Tilapia, mixed with vegetables, atop a bed of steaming rice. Or if you have a bit of a sweet tooth, try sinking your teeth into our scrumptious Pineapple Upside Down Cake!
After her husband's death in 1998, Rita had to take over their Old Germany Restaurant in Dolores, Colorado. Following in the footsteps of her husband, who was a certified German chef seemed almost impossible at that time. Yet Rita began looking for recipes in old-written notes and in cookbooks. Not satisfied with what she found, she began to create her own recipes, making them as simple and easy-to-follow as possible. With the help of friends and family, she reopened Old Germany Restaurant in February, 1999. At the end of 2008, they closed the restaurant and went into retirement, but Rita promised her customers that she would write a cookbook so that she could share her wonderful German recipes with them. From her delicious customer favorite, Chicken and Dumpling Soup to the traditional German entre Sauerbraten with German Fried Potatoes and many wonderful desserts, Rita shares all of her favorite recipes. These recipes are the only constant that guided her through happiness and sorrow, through failure and success, through loneliness and comfort. Writing this cookbook was a very soothing endeavor that has brought closure to this part of her life. It is her hope that these recipes bring many satisfying meals to all.
The international phenomenon known as Twilight fever has ignited excitement in the kitchen. Delectable delights to satisfy the appetites of the humans can be found in the fictional book Twilight. Love at First Bite: the Unofficial Twilight Cookbook is meant to offer a satisfying array of warm, lovely dishes that anyone of any age can cook with ease and enjoyment. To help the reader determine the level of skill involved in preparing each dish, the recipes are labeled easy, medium, or hard. One fork means easy, two forks, medium, and three forks means it is a difficult or hard recipe.Filled with forbidden love, action, and danger, so brace yourself, and bring your very best table manners and your appetites. Dont forget your forks. Beautiful Bella Swan will be serving up some scrumptious delights to satisfy even the pickiest puritan vegetarian vampires. Intertwined in the pages of Love at First Bite, you will find Bells Lasagna, Harrys Famous Fish Fry, Mushroom Ravioli, Blushing Bella Punch, just to name a few. Your senses will be filled deep with the sweet aroma of mouthwatering I Dare You to Eat Pizza Edward, and sinfully delicious Red Velvet Cake. You know when the rooster crows, it is time to awaken your sense of taste and take a Bite at Dawn to Lemon Blueberry cake, Plum Pecan Waffles, or Grand Slam Sundae. Red juicy ripe vine tomatoes marinated in raspberry vinaigrette tempts the taste buds and is a featured salad in the There Are Cold Cut Sandwiches in the Fridge section. Pucker up and take a long cool sip of Sparkling Honey Lemonade in a citrus salt rimmed glass, one of the virgin recipes found in the beverage chapter. Give into your epicurean temptation and take a bite into Love at First Bite: the Unofficial Twilight Cookbook. The recipes will leave you breathless and hungry for more. Besides luscious recipes, youll also find cast lists for Twilight, New Moon, and Eclipse, as well a Twilight Party Planning Checklist, Bellas Prom Planner, and tons of trivia. Also find invaluable resources on upcoming Unofficial Twilight Conventions, Twilight Cooking Classes and more.'Love at First Bite'It's a book that cooks and one 'Twilight' fans can sink their teeth intohttp://macombdaily.com/articles/2010/06/27/life/srv0000008643306.txtFeast of vampiresTwilight cookbook keeps the wolves of hunger at bayhttp://www.southbendtribune.com/article/20100627/Lives/100629625/1047/Lives This Bites (in a good way)http://www.nbcmiami.com/blogs/want-this/This-Bites-96856664.htmlTasting Twilight, Recipes Inspired by The Twilight Sagahttp://www.ivillage.com/tasting-twilight-recipes-inspired-vampire-saga/3-a-214241Love At First Bitehttp://www.calgaryherald.com/entertainment/Love+First+Bite/3189974/story.htmlAdditional Media Announcements: (compiled by Erin of Smith Publicity)6/9: York Daily Record: http://www.ydr.com/living/ci_152607776/12: 77 Square: http://host.madison.com/entertainment/dining/article_47c91549-20ac-5e88-94b8-793e1f5e91b2.html?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter6/15: Taste Magazine Cincinnati (blog): http://tastecincinnati-food.blogspot.com/6/15: Winnipeg Sun: http://www.winnipegsun.com/news/sunspeaks/ian_shanley/2010/06/15/14399466.html6/16: Charlotte Observer: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2010/06/16/1502901/food-notes.html6/16: SheKnows.com: http://www.sheknows.com/articles/8157256/19: Delish.com: http://www.delish.com/food/recalls-reviews/twilight-love-at-first-bite6/21: RelateMag.com: http://www.relatemag.com/tag/gina-meyers/6/23: About.com (Guide to Desserts and Baking) (circ. 38.2 million): http://baking.about.com/od/chocolate/r/firstlovechocolatemoussetwilight.htm6/23: Calgary Herald: http://www.calgaryherald.com/story_print.html?id=3189974&sponsor=6/23: Vancouver Sun (via Calgary Herald): http://www.vancouversun.com/entertainment/Love+First+Bite+cookbook+inspired+Twilight+series/3192126/story.html6/23: Star Phoenix (via Calgary Herald): http://www.thestarphoenix.com/story_print.html?id=3194105&sponsor=6/23: Westword newspaper: http://blogs.westword.com/cafesociety/2010/06/gagging_down_the_twilight_cook.php6/24: Observer & Eccentric Newspaper: http://www.hometownlife.com/article/20100624