From the bestselling author of Dumplings and Noodles, Bowls & Broths is a super-fresh collection of broth-based recipes that will teach you how to season, layer and create versatile and exciting dishes from scratch. Pippa Middlehurst (aka @Pippy Eats) tells the story of building a bowl from the bottom up – with seasoning and sauce, crunchy bits and fresh herbs, aromatics and toppings – and offers accessible recipes that use these building blocks to maximize the power of ingredients, texture, and flavor.
Packed with mouth-watering recipes to make again and again, and chapters on dumplings, noodles, hotpots, rice, and even sweets things. All are perfect to try at home for a weekend feast and for quick and easy weeknight dinners there's handy batch cooking and freezer tips.
With beautiful photography and useful step-by-step explanations, this book is a must-have for beginners interested in the basics or more experienced cooks curious about techniques and flavor combinations. Whether you fancy Ramen with Hand-Pulled Noodles or Miso Chicken Claypot Rice, Pippa's vibrant recipes are sure to satisfy every craving.
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About food52 big little recipes By Emma Laperruque
Fewer ingredients, big-time flavors—that’s the magic of big little recipes. Inspired by food52’s award-winning column, this clever cookbook features 60 new recipes that’ll deliver wow-worthy results in five, four, three . . . Or, yep, even two ingredients.
Named one of the best cookbooks of the year by the Washington Post
Put down the long grocery lists. Food52’s Big Little Recipes is minimalism at its best. From pasta sauce you’ll want by the gallon to chewy-dreamy oatmeal cookies, this cookbook is packed with crowd pleasers and smart techniques—showing just how much you can accomplish with essentials you can count on one hand.
Can long-winded classics, like chili or eggplant Parmesan, work for busy weeknights? Why, yes. Will chicken noodle soup taste even more chicken noodle-y with just three ingredients? Absolutely. Does subbing in olive oil for butter in lemon bars really make a difference? You bet. With Emma Laperruque by your side, you’ll learn how to make every step count and flavor sing. (She’ll even prove that water—yes, water—can be invaluable in everything from ultra-tender meatloaf to veggie burgers.)
There’s no shortage of extras, too. You’ll find tons of need-to-know tips, mini-recipe spreads, and choose-your-own-adventure charts to give meal-planning a burst of energy: A fervent case for simpler homemade stock, a loving ode to canned tuna, a very good reason to always have bananas in your freezer, and more. That'll be your new sidekick for every meal—fresh-as-heck salads, brothy comfort foods, brawny meats, briny fishes, and hearty vegetables that’ll take center stage. Big Little Recipes shows busy home cooks how to turn less into more.
Home Farm Cooking
A long-awaited second cookbook from celebrated architectural designer John Pawson and his wife CatherineHome Farm is the Pawson family's base in the heart of the English countryside. Five years in the making, the beautiful house was built to unite friends and relatives in a bucolic, simple setting. In this personal, inspiring recipe collection John and Catherine share 100 favorite dishes, all fundamental to their home-cooking and entertaining repertoire. The result speaks beautifully of food shared and enjoyed in a space designed to accommodate and adapt to the seasonal shift in cooking and eating.
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From acclaimed cookbook author and illustrator Yvette van Boven, a comprehensive kitchen resource for making hundreds of simple dishes from scratch
In her latest cookbook, Yvette van Boven shares step-by-step explanations for the foundational dishes that can transform how you cook and what you eat at home. Accompanied by her signature illustrations and beautiful photography, van Boven offers more than 400 recipes for delightful dishes that tell you how to make everything: simple dressings, vegetables, pastas, gnocchi, tortillas, perfectly poached eggs, and much more. Whether you're new to cooking or an experienced home chef, this cookbook teaches you to make satisfying food without a lot of fuss or complicated ingredients. In her unique and friendly voice, the author guides you through every step of cooking simple, well-made everyday meals.
A staple for everyone who loves to cook at home, Home Made Basics offers fresh, healthy, and original meals you'll want to make all year round.
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It’s no secret that time spent in nature is good for us. Nature helps us thrive, improves our health and wellbeing, decreases stress and increases happiness. But if you don’t have the luxury of a forest at your doorstep, bringing the outside in can provide an immediate connection to the natural world and the many benefits that come with it.
From the founders of the botanical wares design studio Ivy Muse comes a practical guide to styling the home for health and harmony, using nature as a blueprint. With expert advice on houseplants and how to style them, as well as pro-tips on the choice of decor and materials, finishes and furnishings, this book shows how natural elements can be incorporated into any room in the house – both effectively and affordably.
Nature Style is for all those who seek to restore body and mind in a natural and nurturing home environment where houseplants are the heroes.
About the Authors
Alana Langan is an interior stylist, designer and author who is guided by a passion to enhance wellbeing through a connection to nature. Her work has been published in Elle Decoration UK, Vogue Living, Inside Out and House & Garden, among others. Together with Jacqui Vidal, she is the co-founder and director of Melbourne-based botanical wares design studio IVY MUSE.
Jacqui Vidal is a designer, writer and mother of three. Having lived in Europe and Byron Bay, Jacqui returned to Melbourne in her late twenties and established herself as a gallerist and an artist agent. In 2014, she co-founded IVY MUSE with her long-time friend and co-conspirator, Alana Langan.
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The spirit and craft of Italy's greatest food, with recipes [a cookbook]
By Missy Robbins and Talia Baiocchi
A stylish, transporting pasta master class from new york city’s premier pasta chef, with recipes for 40 handmade pasta shapes and 100 Italian American, regional Italian, and modern dishes
James beard award nominee • one of the ten best cookbooks of the year: san Francisco chronicle, Boston globe • one of the best cookbooks of the year: Minneapolis star tribune, glamour, food52, Epicurious • “missy robbins brings her extraordinary knowledge and generous heart to teach us to prepare the pastas that made her restaurants, lilia and misi, two of the best in the world.”—ina garten, barefoot contessa
Food trends come and go, but pasta holds strong year after year. Despite its humble ingredients—made of merely flour and water or flour and eggs—the magic, rituals, and art of pasta making span over five centuries. Two ingredients are turned into hundreds of stuffed, rolled, extruded, dried, stamped, and hand-cut shapes, each with its own unique provenance and enrobed in a favored sauce.
The bestselling authors of Urban Jungle delve into the many ways that nurturing plants helps nurture the soul.
More than 120 whole-food, vegetarian recipes for quick weeknight meals full of flavor, spice, color, and nutrition from the new york times bestselling author of super natural cooking.
If you're looking for approachable ways to work more vegetables and whole foods onto your plate, this book is for you. In this artfully photographed collection, James Beard Award-winning author and beloved blogger Heidi Swanson presents recipes with short ingredients lists, make-ahead techniques, and clever methods to create high-impact meals. Dishes like French Onion Breakfast Strata, Blistered Cherry Tomato Soba, Crunchy Peanut and Saffron Citrus Salad, Ravioli in Toasted Almond Broth, and Jasmine Tea Sparkler are easy to prepare and beautiful on the table.
The magic (and benefits!) of cooking with nutrient-dense plants, fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and other natural foods are real. Spices like turmeric, cinnamon, cumin, paprika, and chiles are shown to have health-protecting qualities while herbs contribute powerful phytonutrients to prevent disease and keep our bodies working properly. Staying connected to what you eat is one of the most impactful ways to support your health and well-being.
NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • Recipes to match every mood, situation, and vibe from the James Beard Award–winning author of Where Cooking Begins
The Baja California Cookbook
A joyful exploration of the cuisine of Baja California–hailed as Mexico’s Napa Valley–with 60 recipes celebrating the laidback lifestyle found right across the border.
The Less Waste No Fuss Kitchen: Simple steps to shop, cook and eat sustainably Lindsay Miles
Our kitchens are ground zero when it comes to food waste, excess packaging and confusing ethical choices. What you buy, cook and eat has a much bigger impact than the bag you carry it in. Inspiring, practical and above all simple, The Less Waste No Fuss Kitchen is designed for busy people who want to make simple changes without rethinking their whole lives.
Lindsay Miles, of Treading My Own Path and Less Stuff, will help you to:
Switch up your daily staples to reduce your carbon footprint
Avoid single-use packaging, even at the supermarket
Make the most of your pantry, fridge, and freezer to avoid food waste
Confidently adapt recipes to use what you have
There really might be such a thing as a waste-free lunch.
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