Author : Thomas R. Quinn
Genre : Cooking
Publisher : Courier Corporation
ISBN : 0486244954
Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
File Download : 38 page

This informative, enthusiastic guide provides complete instructions and helpful advice for making delicious homemade ice cream, either in a hand-cranked or electric freezer. Includes 58 exotic, mouthwatering ice cream recipes, plus recipes for toppings, sauces, more. Introduction. Illustrated throughout.

Author : Robyn Stone
Genre : Cooking
Publisher : Clarkson Potter
ISBN : 9780553496420
Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
File Download : 240 page

With a foreword by Ree Drummond, this beautiful book has 100 easier, faster, lightened-up Southern recipes, from the blogger behind the popular Add a Pinch website. A generation ago, home cooks may have had all day to prepare dinner, but most folks now want convenient, fast recipes that don’t rely on canned soups or other processed products. Here, fresh ingredients take center stage in slow cooker meals, casseroles and one-dish suppers, salads, soups, and desserts that have deep, satisfying flavors but are a cinch to make. Smart swaps like Greek yogurt for mayo in pimento cheese and cauliflower “rice” put a modern spin on these dishes. With 75 color photographs and lots of sidebars, this is the new Southern cooking handbook.

Author : Robin Donovan
Genre : Cooking
Publisher : Rockridge Press
ISBN : 1623158540
Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
File Download : 216 page

"Ever fantasize about a one-stop ice-cream shop that has all your favorite flavors and then some? If so, Robin Donovan's Homemade Ice Cream Recipe Book is your dream come true. Time-tested flavors such as Cookies and Cream, Classic Vanilla, Chocolate Fudge Brownie, and Red Velvet abound in these easy-to-follow recipes. All recipes are based on one classic base. From there, the sky's the limit!" --Marcy Goldman, chef, author of A Passion for Baking, and host of www.BetterBaking.com There are few things more enjoyable than the creamy comfort of rich, old-fashioned ice cream. But with the recent boom in exotic flavors, non-dairy options, and Italian-style gelatos, sometimes you just want an ice cream recipe book that helps you make classic, custard-style ice cream right at home. Recipe developer, bestselling cookbook author, and lifelong ice cream lover Robin Donovan grew up craving her favorite frozen treat. Many sweltering summer afternoons were spent cranking an old-fashioned ice- and salt-filled ice cream maker to churn the kind of cold, fresh, velvety ice cream that childhood memories are made of. In her first ever ice cream recipe book, Robin offers everything you need to make your own memories with deliciously sweet and perfectly smooth ice cream. The Homemade Ice Cream Recipe Book is your all-in-one ice cream companion for classic, feel-good ice cream flavors with natural, wholesome ingredients using your very own home ice cream maker. Flavors, Flavors, Flavors! From rocky road to butter pecan, from mint chip to peach... the flavors in this ice cream recipe book are the most popular all-American favorites that everyone in your family is sure to love Churn like a Pro Handy tips and techniques will help you get the most out of your beloved ice cream maker Go Beyond the Cream This ice cream recipe book includes recipes for making cones, cakes, cookies, sauces, and more Top It Off Creative ideas for tasty mix-and-match toppings let you create your own signature scoop that go hand-in-hand with these ice cream recipe book favorites Ice cream holds a special place in everyone's heart. And with The Homemade Ice Cream Recipe Book it will hold a special place in your family's kitchen as well.

Author : Jill Winger
Genre : Cooking
Publisher : Flatiron Books
ISBN : 9781250305947
Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
File Download : 384 page

Jill Winger, creator of the award-winning blog The Prairie Homestead, introduces her debut The Prairie Homestead Cookbook, including 100+ delicious, wholesome recipes made with fresh ingredients to bring the flavors and spirit of homestead cooking to any kitchen table. With a foreword by bestselling author Joel Salatin The Pioneer Woman Cooks meets 100 Days of Real Food, on the Wyoming prairie. While Jill produces much of her own food on her Wyoming ranch, you don’t have to grow all—or even any—of your own food to cook and eat like a homesteader. Jill teaches people how to make delicious traditional American comfort food recipes with whole ingredients and shows that you don’t have to use obscure items to enjoy this lifestyle. And as a busy mother of three, Jill knows how to make recipes easy and delicious for all ages. "Jill takes you on an insightful and delicious journey of becoming a homesteader. This book is packed with so much easy to follow, practical, hands-on information about steps you can take towards integrating homesteading into your life. It is packed full of exciting and mouth-watering recipes and heartwarming stories of her unique adventure into homesteading. These recipes are ones I know I will be using regularly in my kitchen." - Eve Kilcher These 109 recipes include her family’s favorites, with maple-glazed pork chops, butternut Alfredo pasta, and browned butter skillet corn. Jill also shares 17 bonus recipes for homemade sauces, salt rubs, sour cream, and the like—staples that many people are surprised to learn you can make yourself. Beyond these recipes, The Prairie Homestead Cookbook shares the tools and tips Jill has learned from life on the homestead, like how to churn your own butter, feed a family on a budget, and experience all the fulfilling satisfaction of a DIY lifestyle.

Author : Thomas R. Quinn
Genre : Cooking
Publisher : Courier Corporation
ISBN : 9780486135878
Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
File Download : 32 page

Complete instructions and helpful advice for making delicious homemade ice cream, either in a hand-cranked or electric freezer. Includes 58 mouthwatering ice cream recipes, plus recipes for toppings and sauces. Introduction. Illustrated throughout.

Author : Sandy Coughlin
Genre : Religion
Publisher : Bethany House
ISBN : 9781441212153
Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
File Download : 160 page

Hospitality can be a blessing to both the host and her guests, but for many women today, it simply doesn't happen. Feelings of inadequacy, unrealistic expectations, fear of failure, lack of time--all conspire to steal the joy that comes from opening one's home and sharing fellowship with others. In The Reluctant Entertainer, Sandy Coughlin relates to people in real ways about real meals that mortals cook, during which real conversations draw people together. Would-be hostesses will discover that true hospitality is not about being perfect, cooking a fancy meal, or spending a lot of money. Rather, it's about an open door and an open heart.

Author : Laura Vitale
Genre : Cooking
Publisher : Clarkson Potter
ISBN : 9780804187145
Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
File Download : 240 page

At long last, the companion cookbook to the hit YouTube cooking show—including recipes for 120 simple, delicious Italian-American classics. When Laura Vitale moved from Naples to the United States at age twelve, she cured her homesickness by cooking up endless pots of her nonna’s sauce. She went on to work in her father’s pizzeria, but when his restaurant suddenly closed, she knew she had to find her way back into the kitchen. Together with her husband, she launched her Internet cooking show, Laura in the Kitchen, where her enthusiasm, charm, and irresistible recipes have won her millions of fans. In her debut cookbook, Laura focuses on simple recipes that anyone can achieve—whether they have just a little time to spend in the kitchen or want to create an impressive feast. Here are 110 all-new recipes for quick-fix suppers, such as Tortellini with Pink Parmesan Sauce and One-Pan Chicken with Potatoes, Wine, and Olives; leisurely entrées, including Spinach and Artichoke-Stuffed Shells and Pot Roast alla Pizzaiola; and 10 fan favorites, like Cheesy Garlic Bread and No-Bake Nutella Cheesecake. Laura tests her recipes dozens of times to perfect them so the results are always spectacular. With clear instructions and more than 100 color photographs, Laura in the Kitchen is the perfect guide for anyone looking to get comfortable at the stove and have fun cooking.

Author : Louis P. De Gouy
Genre : Cooking
Publisher : Courier Dover Publications
ISBN : 9780486832326
Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
File Download : 260 page

A master chef — and one of the founders of Gourmet magazine—introduces the fundamentals of homemade frozen desserts with recipes for hundreds of mouthwatering treats. Louis P. DeGouy presents over 400 tried-and-true recipes for coupes, bombes, frappés, ices, mousses, parfaits, sherbets, and ice creams, including almost 200 ice cream recipes for butterscotch, eggnog, lemon, mocha, peach, peanut, strawberry, vanilla, and other delectable flavors. Most of these recipes can be made with just an ordinary refrigerator-freezer, without the need for special attachments. DeGouy covers the blending of milk and cream, operating a hand freezer or a refrigerator, blanching nuts, preparing fruits, and many other procedures. Each chapter offers several recipes for a different kind of ice cream, accompanied by thorough instructions. And even if you don't care to make your own ice cream, you'll find a wealth of ideas for dressing up frozen desserts, from suggestions for simple sauces to recipes for baked Alaska and ice cream eclairs.

Author : Laurie McNamara
Genre : COOKING
Publisher : Avery
ISBN : 9781583335796
Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
File Download : 338 page

"From the popular blogger behind Simply Scratch comes a debut cookbook showing how to home-cook absolutely everything from scratch. For Laurie McNamara, growing up on a farm in the country had major perks: her mother cooked with vegetables from the family garden, they collected fresh eggs from the chicken coop, and absolutely everything--from ketchup to casseroles--was made 100 percent from scratch. When she moved away from home, though, McNamara was too busy working full-time and raising two kids to prepare from-scratch meals. Like most Americans, she relied on boxed brownie mix, canned soup, bottled dressings, and frozen dinners to make home cooking quicker and cheaper. But she soon learned that these so-called shortcuts were in fact both more expensive and light-years less healthy than simply making everything herself. Eventually, she'd had enough and vowed to remake her kitchen into a from-scratch kitchen. Now, four years later, McNamara has helped hundreds of thousands of home cooks prepare from-scratch meals with whole food ingredients through her blog, Simply Scratch. McNamara's highly anticipated debut cookbook, Simply Scratch, takes her home-cooking know-how to the nation, with 120 wholesome, mouthwatering recipes along with stunning photography, entertaining anecdotes, and personal musings. This book offers easy recipes for delectable concoctions such as Buckwheat Pancakes and Creamy Roasted Tomato Soup. Simply Scratch will be the must-have bible to cooking beyond the box and can. Featuring everyday ingredients, a down-to-earth approach, and family recipes, Simply Scratch proves cooking from scratch can be affordable, simple, fun, and--of course--absolutely delicious"--

Author : Suzanne McMinn
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
Publisher : Harper Collins
ISBN : 9780062223722
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File Download : 320 page

Suzanne McMinn, a former romance writer and founder of the popular blog chickensintheroad.com, shares the story of her search to lead a life of ordinary splendor in Chickens in the Road, her inspiring and funny memoir. Craving a life that would connect her to the earth and her family roots, McMinn packed up her three kids, left her husband and her sterile suburban existence behind, and moved to rural West Virginia. Amid the rough landscape and beauty of this rural mountain country, she pursues a natural lifestyle filled with chickens, goats, sheep—and no pizza delivery. With her new life comes an unexpected new love—"52," a man as beguiling and enigmatic as his nickname—a turbulent romance that reminds her that peace and fulfillment can be found in the wake of heartbreak. Coping with formidable challenges, including raising a trio of teenagers, milking stubborn cows, being snowed in with no heat, and making her own butter, McMinn realizes that she’s living a forty-something’s coming-of-age story. As she dares to become self-reliant and embrace her independence, she reminds us that life is a bold adventure—if we’re willing to live it. Chickens in the Road includes more than 20 recipes, craft projects, and McMinn’s photography, and features a special two-color design.