#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLERA decade-by-decade cookbook that highlights the best (and a few of the worst) baking recipes from the 20th centuryFriends of baking, are you sick and tired of making the same recipes again and again? Then look no further than this baking blast from the past, as B. Dylan Hollis highlights the most unique tasty treats of yesteryear.Travel back in time on a delicious decade-by-decade jaunt as Dylan shows you how to bake vintage forgotten greats. With a big pinch of fun and a full cup of humor, you'll be baking everything from Chocolate Potato Cake from the 1910s to Avocado Pie from the 1960s.Dylan has baked hundreds of recipes from countless antique cookbooks and selected only the best for this bakebook, sharing the shining stars from each decade. And because some of the recipes Dylan shares on his wildly popular social media channels are spectacular failures, he's thrown in a few of the most disastrously strange recipes for you to try if you dare.A few of Dylan's favorites that are going to have you licking your lips and begging for more include:- 1900s Cornflake Macaroons- 1910s ANZAC Biscuits- 1930s Peanut Butter Bread- 1940s Chocolate Sauerkraut Cake- 1950s Tomato Soup Cake- 1970s Potato Chip CookiesBaking Yesteryear contains 101 expertly curated recipes that will take you on a delicious journey through the past. With a larger-than-life personality and comedic puns galore, baking with Dylan never gets old. We'll leave that to the recipes.
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Joanna Gaines—cofounder of Magnolia, cook and host of Magnolia Table with Joanna Gaines, and New York Times bestselling author—brings us her third cookbook filled with timeless and nostalgic recipes—now reimagined—for today’s home cook. Whether it’s in the making, the gathering, or the tasting of something truly delicious, this collection of recipes from Magnolia Table, Volume 3 is an invitation to savor every moment. In Joanna’s first cookbook, the #1 New York Times bestselling Magnolia Table, she introduced readers to her favorite passed-down family recipes. For her second cookbook, Magnolia Table, Volume 2, she pushed herself beyond her comfort zone to develop new recipes for her family. In this, her third cookbook, Joanna shares the recipes—old and new—that she’s enjoyed the most over the years. The result is a cookbook filled with recipes that are timeless, creative, and delicious! Just as in her past books, within each recipe Joanna speaks to the reader, explaining why she likes a recipe, what inspired her to create it in the first place, and how she prefers to serve it. The book is beautifully photographed and filled with dishes you will want to bring into your own home, including: Honey Butter Layered Biscuit Bites Bananas Foster Pancakes Brussels Sprout Gruyére Gratin White Chicken Alfredo Lasagna Garlic Shrimp over Parmesan Risotto Peanut Butter Pie Brownie Cookies
THE INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLERGrossyPelosi is your best friend in the kitchen—actually, he’s family. In his debut cookbook, larger-than-life personality Dan Pelosi offers up a warm hug of home cooking, sharing both comfort food and connection with 101 of his nearest and dearest Italian American recipes. Some have been passed down through his family, and others have been cooked up from scratch—but all are made with love and accompanied by fun, meaningful stories to warm your heart while filling your belly. Read how Bimpy (the 100-year-old grandpa the internet loves to love!) smuggled homemade subs into Yankee Stadium, then craft your ultimate Big Italian Sandwich. Relive the memory of Dan learning how to make his friend’s mom’s stuffed chicken cutlets in their Jersey Shore house (and getting himself adopted into their family), then level up with Prosciutto & Mozzarella–Stuffed Chicken Parm. Learn how Dan’s mom would spring him out of school before the final bell (just to preheat the oven), then make your own Early Dismissal Pot Roast. And rewind to the beginning of Dan’s relationship with his boyfriend, Gus, then recreate the Zabaglione (and the romantic Cheesecake Factory ambiance) that inspired their first “I love you.” In addition to the staple chapters like Eggs, Appetizers, Pasta, Meat & Fish, and Sweets, you’ll also find deep dives on Italian food recipes like Dough and Marinara, presented with hero recipes you can spin into all kinds of deliciousness. (Don’t worry—his viral Vodka Sawce is here!) Also sprinkled throughout this recipe book are Grossy’s Guides to cooking, cleaning, organizing, and everything you need to become intuitive in your kitchen. Approachable and tasty, Dan’s recipes are meant to be shared with the ones you love. Set the table, grab a chair, roll up your sleeves . . . now LET’S EAT!With his warm humor and love for food and cooking radiating off every page, Dan Pelosi is a culinary star in the making. Anyone searching for a new pasta cookbook will find plenty to work with in Dan’s supply of simple “Wednesday night” recipes perfect for weeknight dinners, and the inclusion of his family recipes and traditions make it the perfect Italian cookbook to gift to friends and loved ones.
Top 4 Finalist for the Best New Cocktail or Bartending Book in Tales of the Cocktail Foundation's 17th Annual Spirited Awards.This updated edition contains more than 400 classic and contemporary craft cocktail recipes, paired with exceptional writing and the authoritative voice of The New York Times.Cocktail hour is one of America’s most popular pastimes and a favorite way to entertain. What better place to find the secrets of craft cocktails than The New York Times? Steve Reddicliffe, the “Quiet Drink” columnist for The Times, brings his signature voice and expertise to this collection of delicious recipes from bartenders from around the world, with a special emphasis on New York City.This informative guide includes: Classics such as the Martini, Manhattan, Old Fashioned, and Negroni, served both straight up and with modern twists New imaginative favorites inspired by the craft-distilling boom Auxiliary recipes for signature ingredients, including brandied cherries and brown-butter bourbon, plus recipes for cordials, shrubs, bitters, and more New chapters on non-alcoholic drinks, bourbon cocktails, and vermouth cocktails A complete guide to home entertaining, setting up your personal bar, and how to build your own cocktail encyclopedia Engaging essays from the biggest names in cocktail writing Original interviews with ten bartenders and spirits professionals, including Ivy Mix of Leyenda in Brooklyn, Sother Teague of Amor y Amargo in Manhattan, and Victoria Eady Butler, master blender of Uncle Nearest bourbon Reddicliffe has carefully curated this essential collection, with memorable writing from famed New York Times journalists like Craig Claiborne, Toby Cecchini, Eric Asimov, Rosie Schaap, Robert Simonson, Melissa Clark, William L. Hamilton, Jonathan Miles, Amanda Hesser, William Grimes, and many more. Discover over 400 recipes and the wit and wisdom of decades of this venerable paper’s best cocktail coverage.
J. Kenji López-Alt shows that cooks don’t need a state-of-the-art kitchen to cook perfect meals. In a book centred on much-loved dishes, Kenji explores the science behind searing, baking, blanching and roasting. In hundreds of easy-to-make recipes with over 1,000 full-colour images illustrating step-by-step instructions, readers will find out how to make perfect roast turkey with crackling skin, how to make extra fluffy or creamy scrambled eggs and much more. Combining the unrelenting curiosity of a cheerful science geek with the expert knowledge of a practised chef, The Food Lab gives readers practical tools and new approaches to apply when they next step into the kitchen.
"New York Times BestsellerForget the rules. Just cook!Great food doesn't have to be over-the-top, fussy, or time-intensive to be absolutely amazing. In his debut cookbook, Nick DiGiovanni gives you the tools to become fearless in the kitchen-and to create unapologetically delicious meals.Building on a foundation of staple recipes such as basic pasta dough and homemade butter, Nick shares a mouth-watering selection of his favorite recipes including Custard Yogurt Toast, Grilled Peach Burrata Salad, Smoked Bacon Carbonara, and his signature Master Chef Chocolate Crack Pie.Of course, making staples from scratch is great, but Nick shows you how to make the most of a store-bought rotisserie chicken, too.If you've never done more than boil water for pasta, this book is for you. If you can confidently whip up a multi-course meal, this book is for you. With his signature charm and humor, Nick shares advice, tips, and tricks for cooks of any level. Unsure how to pronounce "gnocchi"? There's a QR code for that. So grab your chef's knife
A large and growing segment of the market wants ideas that elevate their home cooking when it comes to nutrients, and wants their food to look great and taste fabulous, too. They’re not as concerned with eliminating food groups, and more interested in making health-promoting food good enough to eat over and over. Rachael DeVaux’s Good Eats makes meals (and cooking them) daily treats - but keeps the prep and KP duty easy as can be. Many dishes are one-pan, and almost all are expandable from “serves you and your roommate” to a crowd. Most of Rachael’s recipes are vegetable-forward, but plenty use meat and pasta and even sweeteners for flavour and to promote satiety. And her recipes are inventive (a great combination with easy): Apple Pie Oats, Pistachio-Crusted Fish Tacos, Banana Chai Waffles, Chocolate Chip Cookie Skillet, A Rachael specialty is making over childhood favorites into healthy-identi-taste versions: “Nutter Butters”, “Nutella” spread, “Twix” bars. They take ingredients you already like - or already order out for - and boost them with flavour to be so good they get into regular rotation!
The Simply Happy Cookbook: Nothing Complicated-- Everything Delicious!; 100-Plus Recipes to Take the Stress Out of Cooking
NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER#1 New York Times bestselling authors Fox & Friends cohost Steve Doocy and his wife, Kathy, share more delightful stories and delicious recipes that are simple and stress-free. What’s better than serving your family food they rave about? Keeping it simple, of course! Sure, there are times when you want to spend all day noodling around in the kitchen, but most days we want more oomph with less effort. In The Simply Happy Cookbook, Steve Doocy and his wife, Kathy, provide more than a hundred recipes for their favorite dishes that are just as comforting to make as they are to eat—using fewer ingredients, simpler preparations, and less time in the kitchen.Just as in their previous two cookbooks, they share family photos and stories along with their recipes, so the time and energy saved in the kitchen can be put toward what’s important—reading charming and funny stories about their family and (sometimes famous) friends.The Doocys offer recipes for every occasion, including appetizers, breakfast, sandwiches, sides, casseroles, slow cooker meals, pasta, pizza, and desserts, so you’re covered no matter what you’re looking to make. Some of their low-effort, all-American comfort dishes include: Maple Bacon Cinnamon Rolls Lasagna Grilled Cheese Sandwich Buffalo Chicken Pot Pie Single Skilled Shrimp and Cheesy Grits Bacon and Burst Tomato Tortellini Pretzel Crust Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie Perfect for low-stress solo dinner prep, or for luring the cooking-averse into the kitchen to create happy memories around more than just the dinner table, The Simply Happy Cookbook is sure to please.
Millions of people around the world open Nagi Maehashi’s digital “recipe tin” every day to discover new meals and cooking inspiration. In RecipeTin Eats Dinner: 150 Recipes for Fast Everyday Meals, she brings us the ultimate curation of new and favorite dishes—from comfort food (yes, cheese galore), to fast and easy food for weeknights, twists on Mexican, French, and Italian classics, hearty dinner salads, Asian soups and noodles, and more. Sauces, sides, and sweet endings pair perfectly with dozens of selections. And the invaluable chapter,“What Do I Do With a Piece of . . .” makes cooking protein from your fridge—whether it’s chicken, steak, or salmon—effortless. With gorgeous photography, and readily available ingredients and instructions written specifically for the North American kitchen, this is a must-have for everyone from beginners to expert cooks. After all, we all need dinner!
2018 James Beard Award Winner: Best American Cookbook Named one of the Best Cookbooks of 2017 by NPR, The Village Voice, Smithsonian Magazine, UPROXX, New York Magazine, San Francisco Chronicle, Mpls. St. PaulMagazine and others Here is real food—our indigenous American fruits and vegetables, the wild and foraged ingredients, game and fish. Locally sourced, seasonal, “clean” ingredients and nose-to-tail cooking are nothing new to Sean Sherman, the Oglala Lakota chef and founder of The Sioux Chef. In his breakout book, The Sioux Chef’s Indigenous Kitchen, Sherman shares his approach to creating boldly seasoned foods that are vibrant, healthful, at once elegant and easy. Sherman dispels outdated notions of Native American fare—no fry bread or Indian tacos here—and no European staples such as wheat flour, dairy products, sugar, and domestic pork and beef. The Sioux Chef’s healthful plates embrace venison and rabbit, river and lake trout, duck and quail, wild turkey, blueberries, sage, sumac, timpsula or wild turnip, plums, purslane, and abundant wildflowers. Contemporary and authentic, his dishes feature cedar braised bison, griddled wild rice cakes, amaranth crackers with smoked white bean paste, three sisters salad, deviled duck eggs, smoked turkey soup, dried meats, roasted corn sorbet, and hazelnut–maple bites.The Sioux Chef’s Indigenous Kitchen is a rich education and a delectable introduction to modern indigenous cuisine of the Dakota and Minnesota territories, with a vision and approach to food that travels well beyond those borders.
Yellowstone: The Official Dutton Ranch Family Cookbook: Delicious Homestyle Recipes from Character and Real-Life Chef
"INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER! Re-create recipes with Yellowstone: The Official Dutton Ranch Family Cookbook, featuring delicious dishes from the hit series as prepared by real-life chef and character “Gator.”Whether it’s a hearty breakfast of Rip’s Fry Bread with Scrambled Eggs and Bacon (his favorite dish handed down by his mother), a quick week-night dinner with Beth’s Cheesy Hamburger Mac Casserole (no box needed), or a pick-me-up with Beth’s “Two Scoops of Ice Cream, Three Shots of Vodka” Smoothie, Yellowstone: The Official Dutton Ranch Family Cookbook compiles over 55 recipes inspired by and featured in the critically acclaimed hit series. Gabriel “Gator” Guilbeau—a real-life chef and the set caterer for Yellowstone and fan-favorite character on the show—shares his hearty and delicious recipes from the Dutton Ranch. Learn Gator’s secrets to making a perfectly smoked pulled pork (a ranch hand staple), an authentic gumbo, and flawlessly fluffy biscuits. Whether you're hosting a Yellowstone viewing party or serving up a comforting homestyle meal, wrangle up your ingredients and bring the exciting world of Yellowstone into your kitchen. 55 + RECIPES BY REAL-LIFE CHEF AND CHARACTER "GATOR": Includes more than 55 simple and delicious recipes by real-life chef and beloved character “Gator” of the hit series Yellowstone
"Winner, James Beard Award for Best Book in Vegetable-Focused CookingNamed a Best Cookbook of the Year by the Wall Street Journal, The Atlantic, Bon Appétit, Food Network Magazine, Every Day with Rachael Ray, USA Today, Seattle Times, Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, Library Journal, Eater, and moreFeatured in The Strategist 's Nonobvious Wedding Gift Guide"Of the many vegetable-focused cookbooks on the market
Shereen Pavlides, the popular chef behind Cooking With Sheeren, brings her easy and approachable recipes into the kitchens of aspiring chefs with 60 fantastic recipes that are made completely from scratch. Sheeren’s cooking philosophy is that homemade is always better, and with this standout collection, she teaches readers how to make meals entirely on their own without relying on boxed or store-bought ingredients. And the best part is, these recipes are simple and efficient, coming together in 30 minutes, saving you time while doubling down on flavour and quality. Audiences adore Shereen’s lively personality and will love her entertaining voice and fun approach to cooking. They will also sharpen their culinary skills with her famous “Chefie Tips,” laying out advice on proper knife work, optimal produce selection/storage, and more. From there, dive into a delicious array of homemade recipes like Steakhouse Creamed Spinach with an easy, 4-ingredient béchamel sauce, or Lobster Mac and Cheese with a quick homemade seafood broth made from the leftover lobster shells. And easy staples like Roasted Tomato Salsa with Fried Tortilla Chips and Quick Cucumber Tzatziki are cheaper and tastier than their store bought counterparts! These delicious recipes teach you how to make every component of a dish - from soup to nuts! - for amazing, restaurant-quality results every time.
Best-selling Blue Zones Kitchen author Dan Buettner spent years uncovering the Blue Zones--the five places around the world where people consistently live to or past, 100--and sharing lifestyle tips and recipes gleaned from these places. Now, creating your own Blue Zone at home is easier than ever, thanks to plant-forward recipes in this inspiring book--all developed right in our own backyard.In Blue Zones American Kitchen, Buettner uncovers the traditional roots of plant-forward cuisine in the United States. Following the acumen of heritage cooks who have passed their recipes from generation to generation, Buettner uncovers the regions and cultures that have shaped America’s healthiest food landscapes, from Hmong elders living in Minnesota to Quakers in New England. Along the way, he illuminates both traditional and revolutionary ideas in vegetarian food with recipes from chefs like James Beard Award–winner James Wayman, “the Gullah chef” Bill Green, and “the Cod Chef” Dave Smoke-McCluskey.With wisdom from more than 50 food experts, chefs, and cooks around the country, Buettner’s road trip across America sheds light on some of its most under-recognised plant-forward communities as Buettner shares the ingredients, recipes, and lifestyle tips that will make living to 100 both delicious and easy. And the proof is in the pudding: 49 Blue Zones Project Cities have demonstrated that eating the Blue Zones way can alleviate obesity, heart disease, diabetes, and more.Filled with 100 tasty recipes, from Pennsylvania Dutch apple dumplings to Southern Hoppin’ John, Blue Zones American Kitchen will change your diet--and your life.
Award-winning author and instructor Raghavan Iyer explores the origin of curry across the globe with 50 recipes in this illustrated cookbook about the simmering, scrumptious history and lore of a globally beloved dish.? On the Curry Trail is an enlightening journey across Australia, Asia, Africa, Europe, and the Americas to explore the origins of curry and the signature, essential curries of each region. This diaspora of curry brings alive not only the most iconic, category-defining recipes from these continents, but also the history, lore, anecdotes, and familial remembrances that fashion each dish. It delves into the story of curry—what it was and what it is, the places to which it has traveled and the ways it has evolved en route (whether because of local ingredients, cultural tastes, or other factors)—and embraces the many interpretations and definitions of this beloved dish. It makes the flavors of these scintillating curries accessible to the everyday home cook. On the Curry Trail is at once a mash note and an education—one rich in history and sense of place—that tells the definitive, delectable story of this beguiling dish in 50 irresistible recipes. Illustrations throughout.
Named a Most Anticipated Book of the Year by Vogue and BookRiotThe award-winning, bestselling author of An Everlasting Meal serves up an inspiring, money-saving, environmentally responsible, A-to-Z collection of simple recipes that utilize all kinds of leftovers-perfect for solo meals or for feeding the whole family.
Eddie Muller-host of TCM's Noir Alley, the world's leading authority on film noir, and cocktail connoisseur-takes film buffs and drinks enthusiasts alike on a spirited tour through the (under)world of film noir in this stylish cocktail book.