Food & Drink Reference & Gastronomy Books

The Everyday Cookbook: A Healthy Cookbook with 130 Amazing Whole-Food Recipes that are Easy on the Budget Vol. 2 (Free Gift): Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Made Simple (Healthy Cooking and Eating)

Are you Looking for Some Healthy Family Meals Under $10In my family we are no strangers to stretching the dollar, living in an ex-Communist country that is still one of the poorest within the European Union. We are always living paycheck to paycheck, so we find the cheapest ways possible to cook meals that will feed our family of five. Our favorite recipes are strongly influenced by traditional cuisine and contain a lot of simple, hearty foods. When I think about it, every meal in my house is a comfort food and is also cooked with the budget in mind.The Everyday Cookbook Vol 2 contains some great tips on cooking on a budget as well as 130 recipes for savory soups and stews, satisfying salads, hearty casseroles and delicious desserts.At the end of the book you will find FREE BONUS RECIPES: 10 organic and nourishing skin masks and body scrubs you can easily prepare at home because after saving all this money on food we deserve a little pampering, don't we?

Old World Cookery, 66 French Recipes from 100 Years Ago (Black Cat BibliothA?que Book 3)

Sauces, soups, salads, seafood, poultry, egg dishes, meat dishes, side dishes, and desserts… Sixty-six classic French recipes from a hundred years ago or more (plus some favorite French proverbs with English translations). Included are: Bœuf à la Mode, Consommé Royale, Petites Crèmes au Chocolat, Beignets des Pêches, Crème Brulée, and many more. I hope you enjoy them all. “Bon appétit!”

Kids Healthy Meals - Ideas and Tips for Raising Healthy Kids (Family Menu Planning Series)

This ebook includes tips and ideas to help parents instill and teach kids a healthier eating lifestyle. Sections included in the book are:Ideas on healthy eatingPicky eater tipsKids portion sizesKids caloriesHealthy eating on a budgetUnhealthy eating habits to avoidIdeas for adding more fruits and vegetables

World Kitchen the Balkans: Bulgarian traditional food

The journey into the tastes of the Balkan people continues with the second book of the series “World kitchen the Balkans”. In this book you will see the traditional food of the Bulgarian people. Bulgaria is in the dead center of the Balkans and it takes influences from all surrounding countries that we will cover in the future books of this series. The food is unique blend of the Eastern European, Asia Minor, and Mediterranean cuisines. One thing in advance Bulgaria is the birthplace of the Yoghurt and Bulgarians love their yoghurt. You will see in a lot of the traditional precipices plain yoghurt as an ingredient, side dish or souse. Enjoy this journey into the taste of the Balkan peninsula.

Paklish Cooking 101: Pakistani Family Recipes with an American Twist

Marsha Marie lived in Pakistan for nearly two decades and learnt to cook in this most authentic setting. See how she adopted these Pakistani time-held recipes as her own in this amazing American family cookbook.

Sassy Cuisine: Sweet, Spicy and Savory Recipes

The ultimate complementary flavors in great dishes are sweet and spicy ingredients. In Sassy Cuisine, discovery over 50 recipes that explore the depths of these combinations of flavors in appetizers, side dishes, snack, main courses and desserts. Try Spicy Pineapple Fritters, Peanut Soup, Javanese Peanut Pasta, Spicy Couscous Salad, Sweet & Spicy Ribs, Meatloaf, Fried Apples, ChocoChai cookies and many other delicious recipes. Grab your copy of Sassy Cuisine today!

Herbal Medicine Natural Cures: Remedies Heal Common Ailments

Chinese people believe in TCM because of its long history of usage, traditions, faith, popularity, and related anecdotes. Most Chinese people prefer traditional Chinese remedies to Western remedies because they believe TCM have fewer side effects and a recuperative effect on the body. Here is how Chinese herbs can help:Cold and flu: They can reduce runny nose and cough and build immunity.Persistent fatigue: They can increase energy.Sinusitis: They can reduce nasal congestion and improve breathing.Diarrhea and constipation: They can improve digestion and regulate bowel movements.For centuries, China and other Asian countries have embraced herbal therapy. Now America is beginning to see the value of combining Chinese herbs with Western medicine.How Chinese herbs restore balanceLike acupuncture, herbal therapy addresses unhealthy body patterns. Doing so can restore balance and strengthen your resistance to disease. Here is how Chinese herbs can help:Cold and flu: They can reduce runny nose and cough and build immunity.Persistent fatigue: They can increase energy.Sinusitis: They can reduce nasal congestion and improve breathing.Diarrhea and constipation: They can improve digestion and regulate bowel movements.Insomnia: They can improve sleep quality.Menopause: They can help relieve hot flashes.Infertility: They can balance hormones to promote healthy cycles.Cancer treatment: They can reduce side effects from chemotherapy and radiation.Diabetes: They can help keep prediabetes from becoming diabetes.Why talking to your doctor is importantIf you’re interested in trying Chinese herbs, start by consulting your doctor. If your doctor clears you, look for an herbalist who is trained and licensed. Then make sure the herbalist is willing to work with your physician.Your herbalist will ask for a detailed health history, including past and current illnesses. He or she will want to know which medications you’re taking too. This is important because herbs and drugs may not interact well together.Prescribing herbs, monitoring therapyHerbalists work from a traditional Chinese medicine text called Materia Medica that lists thousands of plant and other extracts. Your herbalist may prescribe a traditional formula or create a custom-compounded formula for you.Chinese herbs often take the form of easy-to-digest capsules. But herbal therapy may also involve teas, liquid extracts, granules or powders. Whatever the form, make sure your herbalist uses only the highest-quality products.It’s important that your herbalist and doctor follow your progress. Checking liver and kidney function regularly will ensure that you’re metabolizing herbs correctly.Chinese herbs are an important component of holistic therapy. In trained hands and with medical supervision, herbal therapy is good medicine.A medical system that has been used for thousands of years to prevent, diagnose, and treat disease. It is based on the belief that qi (the body's vital energy) flows along meridians (channels) in the body and keeps a person’s spiritual, emotional, mental, and physical health in balance. Traditional Chinese medicine aims to restore the body’s balance and harmony between the natural opposing forces of yin and yang, which can block qi and cause disease. Traditional Chinese medicine includes acupuncture, diet, herbal therapy, meditation, physical exercise, and massage. Also called Oriental medicine and TCM.What’s the Bottom Line?How Much Do We Know About Traditional Chinese Medicine?The approaches that make up traditional Chinese medicine (such as acupuncture, tai chi, and herbal products) have been the subjects of many clinical studies and scientific reviews.

North American Cornucopia: Top 100 Indigenous Food Plants

Many North American plants have characteristics that are especially promising as candidates for expanding our food supply and generating new economically competitive crops. This book is an informative analysis of the top 100 indigenous food plants of North America, focusing on those species that have achieved commercial success or have substantial market potential. The book's user-friendly format provides concise information on each plant. It examines the geography and ecology, history, economic and social importance, food and industrial uses, and the economic future of each crop.

High Protein Vegetarian Cookbook: Super Simple Quinoa Recipes Everyone Will Love! (Healthy Plant Based Recipes on a Budget Book 1)

INCREASE YOUR ENERGY, LOSE WEIGHT AND FEEL AMAZING!In a world where food is full of frightening artificial additives and flavorings, there is one simple and easy way to adopt a healthier lifestyle - the more real, unprocessed food you eat, the better.From the author of several bestselling cookbooks, Vesela Tabakova, comes a great new collection of delicious, easy to make vegetarian recipes. This time she offers us creative high protein meals featuring quinoa – the delicious super grain - and full of all your favorite vegetables, that will boost your nutrition and are super simple to prepare and take no time to cook.High Protein Vegetarian Cookbook: Super Simple Quinoa Recipes Everyone Will Love! is an invaluable and delicious collection of healthy vegetarian quinoa recipes that will please everyone at the table and become all time favorites. If you're looking for easy high protein vegetarian recipes to help satisfy your family and your budget, this cookbook is for you.

Food Heritage and Nationalism in Europe (Critical Heritages of Europe)

Food Heritage and Nationalism in Europe contends that food is a fundamental element of heritage, and a particularly important one in times of crisis. Arguing that food, taste, cuisine and gastronomy are crucial markers of identity that are inherently connected to constructions of place, tradition and the past, the book demonstrates how they play a role in intangible, as well as tangible, heritage.Featuring contributions from experts working across Europe and beyond, and adopting a strong historical and transnational perspective, the book examines the various ways in which food can be understood and used as heritage. Including explorations of imperial spaces, migrations and diasporas; the role of commercialisation processes, and institutional practices within political and cultural domains, this volume considers all aspects of this complex issue. Arguing that the various European cuisines are the result of exchanges, hybridities and complex historical processes, Porciani and the chapter authors offer up a new way of deconstructing banal nationalism and of moving away from the idea of static identities. Suggesting a new and different approach to the idea of so-called national cuisines, Food Heritage and Nationalism in Europe will be a compelling read for academic audiences in museum and heritage studies, cultural and food studies, anthropology and history.Chapters 1,2,4,6 and 12 of this book are available for free in PDF format as Open Access from the individual product page at www.routledge.com. They have been made available under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-No Derivatives 4.0 license