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The Just Desserts Club

by Johanna Hurwitz

Straight A student Cricket Kaufman hates to admit it--summer bores her. But when her family has zucchini as the vegetable three nights in a row because they have more zucchini than they can fit in the refrigerator, Cricket decides to find ways to use zucchini to make desserts. It's not long before her sixth grade friends get involved in the food-inspired fun and games. What is the strange secret ingredient in Cricket's "apple" crisp? How many cookies do the girls have to sell to earn more money than the boys collect by recycling cans? And who will triumph with the most original edible treat at the class's April Food's Day party? Fans of Johanna Hurwitz's popular Class Clown series will gobble up these satisfying stories, plus sixteen bonus recipes that are as sweet and simple as Cricket's No-Bake Peanut Butter Balls. You don't have to be hungry to dig into this hearty helping of laughs, surprises, and--best of all-- just desserts! The full page pictures are described and you can depend on the recipes to be accurate because all of the measurements have been double-checked, so get reading and cooking!

Just Food: Where Locavores Get It Wrong and How We Can Truly Eat Responsibly

by James E. Mcwilliams

We suffer today from food anxiety, bombarded as we are with confusing messages about how to eat an ethical diet. Should we eat locally? Is organic really better for the environment? Can genetically modified foods be good for you? JUST FOOD does for fresh food what Fast Food Nation (Houghton Mifflin, 2001) did for fast food, challenging conventional views, and cutting through layers of myth and misinformation. For instance, an imported tomato is more energy-efficient than a local greenhouse-grown tomato. And farm-raised freshwater fish may soon be the most sustainable source of protein. Informative and surprising, JUST FOOD tells us how to decide what to eat, and how our choices can help save the planet and feed the world.

Key Lime Pie Murder (Hannah Swensen Mystery #9)

by Joanne Fluke

Hannah Swensen discovers Willa Sundquist dead alongside an upended key lime pie, but who would want to kill Willa--a junior college teacher and fellow baking contest judge--and why? Includes 12 original dessert recipes.

The Kid's Book of Chocolate

by Richard Ammon

The Swedish botanist Linnaeus named the cocoa bean "Theobroma cacao," from the Greek meaning Food of the Gods. Linnaeus sure "knew what he was doing! DO YOU PAUSE whenever you pass the candy counter in a department store or mall? Does your mouth water just smelling the chocolaty aroma? Do you carefully unfold the foil on each piece of chocolate as if you were inspecting a treasure? Do you break off small bites, letting that wonderfully delicious chocolate smother your taste buds? You do? Then this book is for you. Here are chocolate facts, and the history of chocolate from that wonderful day Cortes was served the frothy drink in Aztec golden goblets. This explains how luscious chocolate candies and candy bars are made; it gives chocolate recipes, tells chocolate jokes, and debunks chocolate myths. In fact, The Kids' Book of Chocolate is filled with everything you ever wanted to know about this favorite subject.

A Killer in the Rye: A Deadly Deli Mystery

by Delia Rosen

Nashville Katz is about to be the main course of her own Early Bird Special Has deli owner and former New Yorker Gwen "Nashville" Katz bitten off more than she can chew? The spunky owner of Murray's Pastrami Swami finds the McCoy's Bakery delivery guy dead right in front of her deli, and his employers want to settle someone's corned beef hash. With the pregnant wife of the expired driver due any minute and her policeman brother turning up the heat, Gwen's in quite a pickle--she's a prime suspect and is about to face a griddling hot enough to sizzle a Hebrew National Frankfurter. Clearing her name and finding the killer won't be easy. Is it a newspaper editor with an off-the-record grudge? A dirty cop? Maybe a vegan with a serious beef? Between juggling two romances and making salami sandwiches, Gwen barely has time to dig for clues. But when she uncovers an un-kosher Katz family secret, she knows it's now. . . or never Because the ties that bind. . . can also strangle A Deadly Deli MysteryA native of Brooklyn, New York, Delia Rosen is the author of "A Brisket, A Casket" and "One Foot in the Gravy. " She now lives in Maine. She spends her time between writing and searching for good bagels.

King of DIY Cake Decorating Project

by Maisie Parrish

Create a cake that looks too good to eat -- maybe!

Kingsford Best Barbecues

by Lw Press

[selected From the back cover] Fire up the grill tonight and delight your family and friends with a great dinner from this fantastic Kingsford cookbook. Discover fabulous recipes-some wonderfully simple and others deliciously original. ... Whether it's cool barbecues for sizzling summer evenings or easy grilling for chilly days, you'll enjoy carefree barbecuing all year long.

Kitchen Hints

by Miriam B. Loo

Miriam B. Loo provides dozens of tips for dealing with everyday problems in the kitchen, like oversalting, undercooking, and cracked eggs.

Kitchen on Fire!

by Olivier Said Michael Cappon

"The wildly popular basics course at Berkeley's famed Kitchen on Fire! culinary school teaches students ultimate confidence in the kitchen. In this new book, Chefs Olivier Said and MikeC. combine their many years of experience cooking in professional kitchens and classrooms to present all the basic techniques necessary to create great food-complete with full-color illustrations and step-by-step photos throughout. You'll explore the underlying methodology and alchemy of cooking, from ingredients to prep to heat. You'll get all the skills to navigate your kitchen with ease and the knowledge to put that cookbook back on the shelf and create your own recipes with whatever ingredients you have on hand. Beginners will find the information easy to digest, and seasoned cooks will discover the secrets of professional chefs-such as the rarely discussed importance of surface area and density in gauging cooking time. Blending the precision of a professional culinary textbook with the authors' fun and irreverent attitudes, Kitchen on Fire! makes it easy for anyone to cook like a chef"--

Kitchen: Recipes from the Heart of the Home

by Nigella Lawson

A big, compendious, comfortable, informative and utterly engaging book, Kitchen brings us feel-good food for cooks and eaters, whether Express-style and exotic-easy during the week, or leisurely and luxuriating (in the spirit of How to be a Domestic Goddess and Feast) at weekends or for occasions. Divided into two parts -- Kitchen Quandaries and Kitchen Comforts -- Nigella gives us the wherewithal to tackle any situation and satisfy all nourishment needs. But real cooking is often about leftovers, too, so here one recipe can lead to another... from ham hocks to pea soup and pasties, from chicken to Chinatown salad. This isn't just about being thrifty but about demonstrating how recipes come about, and giving new inspiration for last-minute meals and souped-up storecupboard suppers. As well as offering the reader a mouthwatering array of new recipes, both comforting and exciting - from clams with chorizo to Guinness gingerbread, from Asian braised beef to flourless chocolate lime cake, from Pasta alla Genovese to Venetian carrot cake - Nigella rounds up her kitchen kit must-haves (telling us, too, what equipment we don't need) and highlights individual ingredients - both basic essentials and modern-day life-savers. But above all, she reminds the reader how much pleasure there is to be had in real food, and in reclaiming the traditional rhythms of the kitchen, as she cooks to the beat of the heart of the home, creating simple recipes to make life less complicated.

Kitchen Survival Guide

by Lora Brody

When Lora Brody, cookbook author, chocolate maven, and mother, sent her sons off into the world, she (and they) realized that they didn't have a clue as to how to feed themselves or their guests, if, heaven forbid, they should have any. The Kitchen Survival Guide is for anyone -- newly graduated, newly married, newly single -- who is venturing into the kitchen for the first time. With her on-target brand of humor, Lora Brody builds kitchen confidence with more than 130 basic recipes necessary to get through life, as well as hundreds of helpful hints Mom forgot to share:On cleaning an oven -- "Manual cleaning oven, unfortunately, does not mean that a guy named Manuel will come and clean your oven."What's the difference between dicing and chopping, zest and pith, or au gratin and au lait?Survival recipes include tuna fish salad, homemade chicken soup, brownies, and many more.Setting up a kitchen and keeping it clean and safe, how to buy and store food, a glossary of basic cooking terms, and what to do in the event of a culinary disaster are all covered in this handy, easy-to-use cookbook and kitchen compendium.<P> Advisory: Bookshare has learned that this book offers only partial accessibility. We have kept it in the collection because it is useful for some of our members. To explore further access options with us, please contact us through the Book Quality link on the right sidebar. Benetech is actively working on projects to improve accessibility issues such as these.

Knives at Dawn: America's Quest for Culinary Glory at the Legendary Bocuse D'or Competition

by Andrew Friedman

Sizzling sauté pans. Screaming spectators. Television cameras. A ticking clock. Fasten your seatbelt for the Bocuse d'Or, the world's most challenging and prestigious cooking competition, where the pressure and the stakes could not be higher. At this real-life Top Chef, twenty-four culinary teams, each representing its home nation, cook for five and a half grueling hours. There are no elimination rounds--the teams have only this chance to cook two spectacular platters of food to be judged by a jury of chefs. Prize money, international acclaim, and national pride are on the line. Knives at Dawn is the dramatic story of the selection and training of the 2009 American team, overseen by a triumvirate of revered culinary figures, Daniel Boulud, Thomas Keller, and Jérôme Bocuse, icons portrayed here in intimate detail that only the author's unparalleled behind-the-scenes access could yield. The stars of this chefs-as-athletes story, Timothy Hollingsworth and his assistant, or commis, Adina Guest, both from the celebrated The French Laundry in Yountville, California, are up against a determined, colorful cast of international competitors. All the hopefuls meet in an arena in Lyon, France, for the ultimate competition, where technical and mental fortitude and split-second decisions can make all the difference in the world. With its riveting details and revelatory depictions of chefs in action, Knives at Dawn delivers fascinating insights into what drives chefs in their pursuit of excellence and perfection.on-making, or a few too many seconds of heat can make all the difference in the world. Beyond the American team itself, unparalleled behind-the-scenes access allows sports journalist and food writer Andrew Friedman to paint intimate portraits of Boulud and Keller, two of the most influential culinary figures of their generation, as well as of French icon Paul Bocuse, who created the competition more than two decades ago. With its revealing look at chefs and cooks of different generations and nationalities, Knives at Dawn delivers fascinating insights into what drives chefs to cook and compete, both in the Bocuse d'Or and in their own kitchens every day.

Knives Cooks Love: Selection, Care, Techniques, Recipes

by Ben Fink Sarah Jay Sur La Table Staff

In 'Knives Cooks Love', trusted cookware authority Sur La Table teams up with writer Sarah Jay to guide chefs of all levels so their knives will last a lifetime. The nuances between knife blades and handles are discussed, as well as cutting surfaces and an array of sharpeners and honers. Numerous cutting techniques are also showcased with step-by-step instructions and photographs. These skills are then put to the test with more than 20 knife-essential, tantalising recipes like Mango-Cucumber Salsa, Mediterranean-Style Mussels with Fennel and Tomatoes, Arroz con Pollo with Chorizo and Capers, and Bread and Butter Pudding with Rum and Crystallised Ginger.

Kosher Nation: Why More and More of America's Food Answers to a Higher Authority

by Sue Fishkoff

In this captivating account of a Bible-based practice that has grown into a multibillion-dollar industry, Fishkoff travels throughout America and to Shanghai, China, to find out who eats kosher food, who produces it, who is responsible for its certification, and how this fascinating world continues to evolve.

La Cocina Mexicana

by Marilyn Tausend Ricardo Muñoz Zurita Ignacio Urquiza

After thirty years of leading culinary tours throughout Mexico, Marilyn Tausend teams up with Mexican chef and regional cooking authority Ricardo Muñoz Zurita to describe how the cultures of many profoundly different peoples combined to produce the unmistakable flavors of Mexican food. Weaving engrossing personal narrative with a broad selection of recipes, the authors show how the culinary heritage of indigenous groups, Europeans, and Africans coalesced into one of the world's most celebrated cuisines. Cooks from a variety of cultures share recipes and stories that provide a glimpse into the preparation of both daily and festive foods. In a Maya village in Yucatán, cochinita de pibil is made with the native peccary instead of pig. In Mexico City, a savory chile poblano is wrapped in puff-pastry. On Oaxaca's coast, families of African heritage share their way of cooking the local seafood. The book includes a range of recipes, from the delectably familiar to the intriguingly unusual.

La Cucina: A Novel of Rapture

by Lily Prior

Brimming with magic realism, this novel celebrates sensuality - the melding of sexual love and the pleasures of the kitchen. Rosa Fiore, a consummate cook, leaves her village after her lover is murdered. After twenty-five years as a librarian in Sicily she meets a new lover, a mysterious Englishman who shares her passion for cooking. Minor characters include Rosa's sexually voracious mother, her brothers Guerra and Pace who are conjoined twins, her snoopy 111-year-old neighbor Nonna Frolla, and a lascivious priest.

The Lady & Sons Savannah Country Cookbook

by Paula Deen

From one of the most frequently visited restaurants in Savannah, The Lady & Sons, comes this collection of down-home Southern family favorites. Paula H. Deen, the owner and proprieter, has created a friendly cookbook filled with hundreds of quick and easy recipes. Perfect for home entertainment, family picnics, or Sunday dinners, The Lady & Sons Savannah Country Cookbook completes any kitchen. "I tell Savannah-bound friends that if they want a short course in the meaning of Southern cooking--the flavors, the ambience, indeed the very heart of Southern cooking--they should drop in at The Lady & Sons."--from the introduction by JOHN BEHRENDT, author of Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil" The recipes in this book are so wonderful, I almost ate the book!"--FANNIE FLAGG, author of Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Las Christmas: Favorite Latino Authors Share Their Holiday Memories

by Esmeralda Santiago Joie Davidow

24 stories, 6 poems and songs, and 22 recipes for the Christmas season.

Last Night at the Lobster

by Stewart O'Nan

The Red Lobster perched in the far corner of a run-down New England mall hasn?t been making its numbers and headquarters has pulled the plug. But manager Manny DeLeon still needs to navigate a tricky last shift with a near-mutinous staff. All the while, he?s wondering how to handle the waitress he?s still in love with, what to do about his pregnant girlfriend, and where to find the present that will make everything better. Stewart O?Nan has been called ?the bard of the working class,? and Last Night at the Lobster is one of his most acclaimed works to date.

Latkes and Applesauce: A Hanukkah Story

by Fran Manushkin

Long ago and far away, the Menashe family was ready to celebrate Hanukkah. But suddenly there came a furious blizzard that covered all the apples and potatoes. And alas, there would be no latkes and applesauce this year. Still, the Menashes celebrated the miracle of Hanukkah with feasting and gladness. And even though food was scarce, they still fed a stray dog and cat that were lost in the storm. But it's the dog and cat who bring with them the miracle of Hanukkah, and in surprising ways, bring latkes and applesauce to the Menashes' home. Combining their talents, Fran Manushkin and Robin Spowart create a harmonious blend of warmth and exuberance that characterizes this joyous festival of lights. The story is followed by an account of the origins and meaning of Hanukkah, a recipe for Latkes, instructions for playing dreidel and suggestions for other books to read about this holiday. Most of the he pictures have been described.

The Laurel's Kitchen Bread Book: A Guide to Whole-Grain Breadmaking

by Carol Lee Flinders Laurel Robertson Bronwen Godfrey

From the simplest white bread, to the most complicated holiday bread, the recipes is probably in this book. Want to try your hand at making sourdough started? Looking for something to do with spelt? Are you longing for the tastes of Grandma's kitchen? This is a marvelous reference as well as a useful cookbook, and there is plenty for the armchair cook, too.

Lemon Meringue Pie Murder (Hannah Swensen Mystery #4)

by Joanne Fluke

A soon-to be torndown house is full of antiques. Gorgeous old furniture, a patchwork quilt ... and a dead body. A little more sleuthing turns up one of The Cookie Jar's famous lemon meringue pies.

Let the Meatballs Rest: And Other Stories about Food and Culture

by Massimo Montanari Beth A. Brombert.

An eclectic foray into the cultivation, production, and social meaning of food.

Let's Cook It Right

by Adelle Davis

Provides recipes and cooking tips for cooking healthy food.

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