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Slay the snack monster with the 100-Calorie snack cookbook!Snack attacks can happen when you least expect them . . . or at around the same time every day. Be prepared for the call of the craving with the 100-Calorie Snack Cookbook.Here are more than 200 satisfying and wholesome alternatives to those overpriced 100-calorie packages of cookies or chips. For example, did you know that for 100 calories, you could have your choice of three plums, five apricots, twelve spicy almonds, three graham crackers, or two cups of arugula? You can satisfy your craving for salty, creamy, cheesy, or crunchy with quick and easy recipes including:Turkey SlidersPasta ChipsChocolate MatchsticksSalted CaramelsCappuccino GranitaPineapple Fro-Yo
Sprouting from the influential and ever-popular family cooking magazine, this fun, inventive, health-focused cookbook features more than 100 recipes for chefs of all ages.ChopChop, the "fun cooking magazine for families," has introduced families to the joys and benefits of cooking together since 2010. Now, ChopChop expands the boundaries of the magazine in a book with dozens of new recipes, diving deeper into kitchen fundamentals and healthful options than ever before--all within the reach of aspiring chefs from every age group. Featuring easy-to-follow instructions for wholesome, delicious meals, this cookbook redefines what it means to cook and eat healthfully. From French toast to frittatas, chicken soup to curried tofu fingers, and banana-peach frozen yogurt to mango lassis, these original, entertaining recipes celebrate nutritious eating together as a family. The book brings kids and adults together on exciting projects in the kitchen. With beautiful photographs and an eye-catching design, ChopChop will inspire home-cooked meals enjoyed like never before.
Warehouse club shopping is thrilling. Walking down aisle after fluorescent-lit aisle of impossible-to-pass-up bargains, you fill your cart and tally the money you're going to save. Unloading the boxes and jugs, however, it becomes obvious that, while the way you shop for food may have changed, the scale of your refrigerator (and your stomach!) has not. So what do you do with the sixteen chicken breasts, the five pounds of oatmeal and the gallon of olive oil that you couldn't afford not to buy? You turn to From Warehouse to Your House: More Than 250 Simple, Spectacular Recipes to Cook, Store and Share When You Buy in Quantity by Sally Sampson, veteran cookbook author, working mom and accomplished warehouse shopper. Utilizing the fresh and packaged products available at the warehouse clubs and superstores, Sampson's flavorful recipes are simple enough for a weeknight dinner and special enough for entertaining and, if you're cooking for a couple or a small family, portioned so you can eat some, store some and even share some. Those boneless chicken breasts turn into New-Fangled Classic Chicken Noodle Soup, Curried Chicken Salad for lunch and Moroccan Chicken for the freezer. Three pounds of butter becomes Chipotle Butter to dress up a grilled steak or chicken breast, Cinnamon Butter for your morning toast and Chocolate Chip Cookies: a batch baked right away, a batch of dough for the fridge and a batch for the freezer. And that big box of oatmeal? When you're tired of hot cereal (maybe with some of the Cinnamon Butter?), try the Fruit Crisp or Oatmeal Lace Cookies. From breakfast coffee cakes to soups, appetizers, salads and dressings, sandwiches and entrÉes, Sampson gives the home cook who buys big a wide variety of classic American recipes, as well as international dishes like Mexican Chicken Fajitas, Asian Ribs, Italian pastas and Jamaican Jerk Chicken. Sampson includes an essential pantry list, and amusing and informative tips and techniques that will help you make the most of your time, your money and your groceries, whether you're cooking for a small family or a small army.
Sally Sampson offers 50 simple but tasteful recipes for dip--hot and cold, savory and sweet--that are so easy, fun, and delicious that readers will wonder why anyone else even thinks of serving guests canned dips. Dips deserve to be part of everyone's entertaining repertoire. These crowd-pleasers are easy to prepare ahead or at the last minute, are inexpensive, and are so varied that you can host a fabulous cocktail party serving nothing but dips and drinks. With Party Dips! There's no need to spend your party prep time painstakingly assembling canapés, stuffing mushrooms, or skewering shrimp. These sassy dip recipes will have everyone licking their fingers. Hostess with the mostest Sally Sampson offers plenty of tips for stocking your refrigerator and pantry with dip basics so that you can whip one up at a moment's notice. She also includes simple presentation ideas as well as divine dipping suggestions for each and every dip. So whether your weapon of choice is a potato chip or a carrot stick, grab one and get ready to start dipping. Go for a dip!Red Bean and Chipotle Chile DipHot and Steamy Artichoke DipRoasted Walnut and Gorgonzola DipNew Orleans-Style Muffuletta DipCurried Tuna DipSun-Dried Tomato TapenadeRoasted Red Pepper and Ricotta DipTropical Fruit SalsaChickpea and Caramelized Onion DipCreamy Sesame Dip Sally Sampson offers 50 simple but tasteful recipes for dip--hot and cold, savory and sweet--that are so easy, fun, and delicious that readers will wonder why anyone else even thinks of serving guests canned dips. Dips deserve to be part of everyone's entertaining repertoire. These crowd-pleasers are easy to prepare ahead or at the last minute, are inexpensive, and are so varied that you can host a fabulous cocktail party serving nothing but dips and drinks. With Party Dips! There's no need to spend your party prep time painstakingly assembling canapés, stuffing mushrooms, or skewering shrimp. These sassy dip recipes will have everyone licking their fingers. Hostess with the mostest Sally Sampson offers plenty of tips for stocking your refrigerator and pantry with dip basics so that you can whip one up at a moment's notice. She also includes simple presentation ideas as well as divine dipping suggestions for each and every dip. So whether your weapon of choice is a potato chip or a carrot stick, grab one and get ready to start dipping. Go for a dip!Red Bean and Chipotle Chile DipHot and Steamy Artichoke DipRoasted Walnut and Gorgonzola DipNew Orleans-Style Muffuletta DipCurried Tuna DipSun-Dried Tomato TapenadeRoasted Red Pepper and Ricotta DipTropical Fruit SalsaChickpea and Caramelized Onion DipCreamy Sesame Dip
50 recipes for spicy, sweet, savory, and simply sensational nuts that will be the hit of any gathering.
"[Soup] can be an entire meal, a starter, a dessert. It can be served for dinner, lunch, or even breakfast. It is the original comfort food. " -- from the IntroductionWho doesn't like a bowl of homemade soup? Cold or hot, vegetable or chicken, smooth or chunky, there is a recipe in this book to suit even the most finicky eater. Nobody knows soup like chef and author Sally Sampson. In Souped Up!, she tempts you with more than 100 delicious and easy-to-prepare recipes for soups, stews, chilis, and more. Sampson includes every imaginable type of soup in this delightful volume, including bean soups, fish soups, cream soups, chicken soups, and chilis and stews. No matter what the season (fall, winter, summer, or spring) or the purpose (appetizer, main course, or dessert), Sampson has a recipe for you. Mouthwatering recipes like Triple Tomato; Broccoli Rabe, Butternut Squash, and Caramelized Onion; White Bean and Fennel; Split Pea with Lemon; Helen Geller's Matzoh Ball; and six variations of Gazpacho will please even the seasoned soup maker. For heartier fare, try recipes like Black Bean Chili; Beef Chili with Beer; Spicy Sausage Chili; Moroccan Vegetable Stew with Raisins, Herbs, and Rice; and Curried Chicken Stew. Sampson's recipes elevate soup making to the realm of the sublime. She also offers helpful tips on making stocks, freezing soups, and essential ingredients and equipment. And for those who can't imagine dining on soup alone, Sampson offers recipes that complete a meal, from salad dressings (such as Sarah Conover's Pesto Dressing and Creamy Blue Cheese) and breads (Irish Soda Bread) to perfect sweets (including Cocoa Cookies and Oatmeal Lace Cookies). Whether you're an experienced or novice cook, Sampson has a recipe to help you get Souped Up!
Cooper Gillespie, an extremely intelligent and handsome Welsh springer spaniel, is a dog of discriminating taste and strong opinions. Now Cooper, with the assistance of cookbook author Sally Sampson and the transcription services of his favorite human, Susan Orlean, has put together 50 delectable recipes for snacks, meals, and treats for your canine companion. Maybe you're cooking everything because your collie has colitis or your Akita has a wheat allergy or your older dog just isn't thriving on commercial kibble. Maybe you're mixing up the occasional biscuit or treat to help your best fur-bearing friend over that I-just-ate-a-tennis- ball-and-don't-feel-so-good episode. Whatever the reason, the recipes in this book (which have been approved by dog trainer and nutritional consultant Stacy Alldredge) will satisfy the most discerning doggie palate. Many of them, in fact, can be shared with a favorite human (though preferably not from the same dish). Illustrated with more than 50 endearing black-and-white photographs of Cooper and friends by Cami Johnson, and liberally seasoned with stories, quotes, and nutrition tips, Throw Me a Bone makes a dog's dinner something to look forward to.
WHEN IT COMES TO DIVORCE, WHAT YOU DON'T KNOW CAN HURT YOU... If breaking up is hard to do, divorce is ten times worse. It can be terrifying to even think about getting a divorce, let alone figuring out how to pursue one. That's why divorce consultant Margery Rubin has created this unique guide to help women navigate the process and to empower them with vital information that their lawyers might not tell them. Offering practical advice for an impractical and emotional time, Rubin uses her expertise to answer 125 essential questions for staying afloat during your divorce, including: • How do I pay for a lawyer if I have no income? (p. 143) • If I leave the house voluntarily, can I move back in? (p. 102) • How do I know if I need a parenting coordinator? (p. 171) • I haven't worked since before I got married... can I get lifetime support? (p. 130) • My husband has filed for bankruptcy. Does this affect his child support obligations? (p.174) With answers you won't get anywhere else, What Your Divorce Lawyer May Not Tell You is an invaluable source of step-by-step advice on everything you'll need to survive your marriage's end...and get on with the rest of your life.