The Everyday Rice Cooker

The Everyday Rice Cooker Author Diane Phillips
ISBN-10 9781452135823
Year 2015-04-21
Pages 176
Language en
Publisher Chronicle Books
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For those who think a rice cooker is a one-hit wonder, it's time to think again. Lemon Chicken Soup with Orzo? Mixed Mushroom and Bulgur Risotto? Sausage and Broccoli Rabe with Farro? Yes, all can be made in a rice cooker! This practical cookbook details methods for preparing basic grains and collects 85 soups, stews, salads, side dishes, and complete meals, including lots of options for vegetarians and pescatarians. And the information on how to use a rice cooker to its fullest advantage—from basic, no-frills models to high-tech fuzzy-logic machines—makes it easy to put satisfying, delicious meals on the weeknight dinner table with minimal effort and maximum speed.

The Ultimate Rice Cooker Cookbook

The Ultimate Rice Cooker Cookbook Author Beth Hensperger
ISBN-10 9781458769589
Year 2010-04-01
Pages 540
Language en
Publisher ReadHowYouWant.com
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Rice cookers are perfect for how we cook today - versatile and convenient, they have one-button technology, don't take up much counter space, and are a breeze to clean. And they can do so much more than produce foolproof rice, beans, and grains. The Ultimate Rice Cooker Cookbook shows you how to make everything from Thai Curried Rice to Chocolate Pots de Creme with Poached Fresh Cherries, from Breakfast Barley to Turkey Chili with Baby White Beans.

Rice Cooker Creations

Rice Cooker Creations Author Jayne E. Chang
ISBN-10 1596372303
Year 2007
Pages 72
Language en
Publisher Silverback Books
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Rice cookers can also cook hot cereals, desrts, soups, stews, poached fruit, steamed vegatables, and meat. Here are 40 recipes to help you get the most out of your rice cooker and put healthy meals on the table.

The Big Book of Soups and Stews

The Big Book of Soups and Stews Author Maryana Vollstedt
ISBN-10 9781452123745
Year 2012-10-19
Pages 336
Language en
Publisher Chronicle Books
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Where the best-selling Big Book of Casseroles brought bubbling cheese and golden bread crumbs, The Big Book of Soups and Stews brings succulent meats, tender vegetables, and creamy, savory goodness with 262 comforting recipes for soups, chowders, and stews. From a hot and hearty stew for a cold night to a cool, refreshing Vichyssoise for a sizzling afternoon, there's a recipe here for every occasion. Also included are nostalgic classics (like everyone's favorite Chicken Noodle Soup) as well as innovative new creations inspired by the cuisines of the world—from Thai Ginger Chicken to Mexican Seafood. With a wonderful selection of quick bread recipes and a crockpot full of tips and hints to help soup-makers hone their skills, The Big Book of Soups and Stews is the ultimate one-stop comfort food cookbook.

The Everything Rice Cooker Cookbook

The Everything Rice Cooker Cookbook Author Hui Leng Tay
ISBN-10 9781440502347
Year 2010-07-18
Pages 304
Language en
Publisher Adams Media
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Think a rice cooker is just for rice? Think again! While it’s true that a rice cooker can save time when cooking rice, you can also cook hundreds of dishes in a rice cooker--and author and food blogger Hui Leng Tay can show you how. Inside you’ll discover how to cook 300 delicious and versatile meals in your rice cooker, including: Mini Indonesian Potato Cakes Coconut Chicken Soup Seafood Congee Spicy Italian Sausage Pasta Garlic-Infused Glass Noodles with Tiger Shrimp Sweet Corn Pancakes Toasted Pita Pizza From breakfast porridges to noodle entrées, this cookbook has it all. Whether you’re looking for new ways to utilize your trusty ol’ rice cooker or experiencing this resourceful appliance for the first time, you will delight in these recipes for Asian favorites, American comfort food, and more!

Slow Cooker

Slow Cooker Author Diane Phillips
ISBN-10 9781452102979
Year 2011-10-21
Pages 544
Language en
Publisher Chronicle Books
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This is the only slow cooker book for busy people. With over 400 recipes, The Best Slow Cooker Cookbook Ever saves time and money week after week with easy meals that keep one eating well at home every day. From Old-Fashioned Chicken Pot Pie to Mexican Hot Chocolate Lava Cake, this cookbook contains recipes for everything from soups and roasts to cobblers and puddings, inspiring night after night of great meals. Prep a few ingredients, toss them in the pot, and let the cooker work its magic while you're gone for the day. Return to a slow-cooked, deeply flavored, great-smelling dinner for you and your family—every night!

Every Grain of Rice Simple Chinese Home Cooking

Every Grain of Rice  Simple Chinese Home Cooking Author Fuchsia Dunlop
ISBN-10 9780393089042
Year 2013-02-04
Pages 351
Language en
Publisher W. W. Norton & Company
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A culinary reference features southern Chinese recipes, shares a comprehensive introduction to key seasonings and techniques, and offers such options as smoky eggplant with garlic, twice-cooked pork, and emergency midnight noodles.

The Eye of the Sandpiper

The Eye of the Sandpiper Author Brandon Keim
ISBN-10 9781501712654
Year 2017-06
Pages 266
Language en
Publisher Cornell University Press
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"What happens when appreciation of ecology's wonders and animal consciousness collide with 7.5 billion humans in an era dubbed the Anthropocene, the human age, in which our needs and whims have planetary consequences? As do, for that matter, our ethics and habits of thought, the way we understand other lives and balance their needs against our own? Epochal issues, yet realized in our everyday settings: a vacant lot, a dammed river, a pigeon with a broken wing. To appreciate more deeply a skipper butterfly’s flight or a mockingbird’s songs, to look at a river and see something that yesterday was invisible, is no small thing. It is a richer experience of being human."—from The Eye of the Sandpiper In The Eye of the Sandpiper, Brandon Keim pairs cutting-edge science with a deep love of nature, conveying his insights in prose that is both accessible and beautiful. In an elegant, thoughtful tour of nature in the twenty-first century, Keim continues in the tradition of Lewis Thomas, Stephen Jay Gould, and David Quammen, reporting from the frontiers of science while celebrating the natural world’s wonders and posing new questions about our relationship to the rest of life on Earth. The stories in The Eye of the Sandpiper are arranged in four thematic sections. Each addresses nature through a different lens. The first is evolutionary and ecological dynamics, from how patterns form on butterfly wings to the ecological importance of oft-reviled lampreys. The second section explores the inner lives of animals, which science has only recently embraced: empathy in rats, emotions in honeybees, spirituality in chimpanzees. The third section contains stories of people acting on insights both ecological and ethological: nourishing blighted rivers, but also caring for injured pigeons at a hospital for wild birds and demanding legal rights for primates. The fourth section unites ecology and ethology in discussions of ethics: how we should think about and behave toward nature, and the place of wildness in a world in which space for wilderness is shrinking. By appreciating the nonhuman world more fully, Keim writes, “I hope people will also act in ways that nourish rather than impoverish its life—which is, ultimately, the problem that needs to be solved at this Anthropocene moment, with a sixth mass extinction looming, once-common animals becoming rare, and Earth straining to support 7.5 billion people. The solution will come from a love of nature rather than chastisement or lamentation.”

The Great Big Pressure Cooker Book

The Great Big Pressure Cooker Book Author Bruce Weinstein
ISBN-10 9780804185332
Year 2015-02-17
Pages 512
Language en
Publisher Clarkson Potter
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The ultimate in pressure cooker books--with recipes for breakfasts, soups, mains, grains, vegetables, and desserts--each adapted for stovetop or electric models, such as Instapot. The old-fashioned pressure cooker has been rediscovered by modern home cooks, both for its quick-cooking powers (dried beans are perfectly soft in 35 minutes; risottos are tender in 20 minutes) and for its ability to infuse foods with intense flavor (carrots become sweeter, meat more savory). The Great Big Pressure Cooker Book has recipes for every device, stovetop and electric, no matter the manufacturer. Whether you're seeking an adventurous array of spices, found in dishes such as Cherry Chipotle Pulled Chicken or Smashed Sweet Potatoes with Pineapple and Ginger, or pure comfort food, like French Toast Bread Pudding or Classic Pot Roast and Potatoes, you'll find the perfect recipe--each labeled by level of ease--to feed your family. This is the only pressure cooker book you'll ever need.

Posh Rice

Posh Rice Author Quadrille Publishing
ISBN-10 1849499020
Year 2017-03-07
Pages 176
Language en
Publisher Quadrille Publishing
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Rice is a staple ingredient all over the world. It's versatile, simple to cook, and delicious, and with Posh Rice you can discover more than 70 recipes to make the most of this easy to cook ingredient. With a guide to the basics of cooking rice, and a photo of every recipe, this is the ultimate gifty cookbook or self-purchase for rice-lovers everywhere.

Pimp My Rice

Pimp My Rice Author Nisha Katona
ISBN-10 9781848992900
Year 2016-10-11
Pages 224
Language en
Publisher Watkins Media Limited
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Rice recipes to spice up your kitchen! Across continents, rice is the dramatic centrepiece of the table and at the heart of life. In Pimp My Rice, Nisha Katona shares recipes from her home kitchen and around the globe, from Pimped Rice Piri Piri to Beefed-Up Bibimbap and even Black Rice & Coconut Sorbet. Showcasing a rainbow of types and explaining how to cook them perfectly every time, Nisha takes the fear out of the world’s greatest cereal killer. Nisha Katona is a rice evangelist. Why? It does not need peeling, it does not need soaking, it likes to be left to cook without a watchful gaze. It is eternally long life, waiting long in dark cupboards, bidden to warm musky life when fridges are empty and potatoes are sullenly sprouting. Far from being an understudy, rice is the most virile, muscular weapons of mass construction in the busy working kitchen. Nisha, who runs a fantastically popular Curry Clinic on Twitter, is on a mission to demystify rice and to show the enormous breadth of rice recipes that can be created simply and quickly. As a second generation Indian, she shows how to marry different cuisines together, to create vibrant, exciting dishes. In other words, this is a book of pimped-up rice recipes.

Not Your Mother s Microwave Cookbook

Not Your Mother s Microwave Cookbook Author Beth Hensperger
ISBN-10 9781558324190
Year 2010-05-01
Pages 321
Language en
Publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
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Provides step-by-step instructions for preparing a variety of healthy foods in the microwave, covering such categories as soups, sandwiches, cereals, vegetables, fish and poultry, and desserts, with tips on preparation and ingredients.

Whole Grains for a New Generation

Whole Grains for a New Generation Author Liana Krissoff
ISBN-10 9781613124031
Year 2013-02-01
Pages 272
Language en
Publisher Abrams
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Whole Grains for a New Generation: Light Dishes, Hearty Meals, Sweet Treats, and Sundry Snacks for the Everyday Cook takes a fresh and creative perspective on the latest major cooking trend: whole grains. Liana Krissoff presents delicious recipes for modern everyday cooks and kitchens. With supermarket-friendly ingredients, simple directions, and a warm, accessible voice, Liana Krissoff shows us how easy, delicious, and exciting whole grain cooking can be, from breakfast to dessert, and all the meals and snacks in between. Praise for Whole Grains For a New Generation: “These days, plenty of folks have chosen to eat lighter and make whole grains and legumes a large part of their diets. Liana Krissoff . . . make[s] a convincing case for the change, showing how adding hearty and delicious grains will enhance any diet. But it’s not a strict vegetarian guide; many of the recipes do have meat—long-braised pork with grits and cilantro-chile-lime sauce, for instance. Don’t skip the introduction, a primer on the buying, storing, substituting and cooking of numerous grains.” —Detroit Metro Times “Whole Grains belongs in everyone’s kitchen.” —Buffalo Spree magazine