Thai Cookbook

Author: Danette St. Onge
Publisher: Rockridge Press
ISBN: 9781623158613
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A Thai Cookbook for Making Your Favorite Thai Dishes in the Time It Takes to Order Takeout There are few cuisines that harness the balance of sweet, sour, salty, bitter, and spicy flavors better than Thai. Yet when it comes to enjoying Thai food at home, most think their only option is takeout. However, with only a few key ingredients and basic techniques, you can cook quick, delicious Thai meals that the whole family will love. From the kitchen of her family's Thai restaurant to her mother's homemade Thai food, Danette St. Onge knows how to make Thai food accessible to anyone with the right ingredients, a little time, and a reliable Thai cookbook (hint: it's this one!). In The Better-Than-Takeout Thai Cookbook, Danette makes it simple to try new ingredients and learn essential techniques. As you work your way through this Thai cookbook, you'll become more comfortable with the fundamentals of Thai cooking. The clear explanations and tried-and-true recipes offered in The Better-Than-Takeout Thai Cookbook make it easier than ever to create your favorite Thai dishes. With The Better-Than-Takeout Thai Cookbook, you'll find: More than 100 recipes that can be made in under an hour--most requiring just 30 minutes or less Tons of tips for saving time with easy-to-find ingredients, plus recipes for making staples like curry pastes at home Menus and instructions for how to prepare multiple dishes simultaneously--because no one orders just one dish for takeout You'll enjoy the Thai dishes you love without the hassle of waiting for overpriced delivery with The Better-Than-Takeout Thai Cookbook.

Thai Recipes Cookbook

Author: Alex Bishop
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781726198011
Size: 21.20 MB
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From Pad Thai to coconut curries to sticky rice desserts, Thai cuisine is vibrant and brilliantly balanced. The pillars of Thai cooking-sour, sweet, bitter, salty, and spicy-are a delicate balancing act, but cooking Thai food at home is surprisingly easier than it seems. Making these Thai dishes at home is even more fragrant and satisfying. The sheer diversity of Thai recipes makes weeknight dinner infinitely interesting. Even raw dishes get a huge boost of flavor from Thai dipping sauces and this incredible Thai hot sauce is perfect on almost anything. To get you started, here are Thai recipes better than any takeout.

101 Asian Dishes You Need To Cook Before You Die

Author: Jet Tila
Publisher: Page Street Publishing
ISBN: 1624144039
Size: 20.49 MB
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Named one of the Top 10 Cookbooks of 2017 by the Los Angeles Times! Authentic Asian Cooking Made Simple for Everyone Jet Tila knows a thing or two about authentic Asian cuisine. From a kid growing up in LA in a Thai and Chinese family to a prominent chef, restaurant owner and judge on Cutthroat Kitchen, he brings his years of experience and hard-earned knowledge together in this breakthrough book. Step inside Jet’s kitchen and learn the secrets to making your favorite Asian dishes taste better than takeout. Here are some of the recipes you’ll learn to master: -Korean BBQ Short Ribs on Coke -Jet’s Famous Drunken Noodles -Beef Pho -Miso Roasted Black Cod -Panang Beef Curry -Vietnamese Banh Mi Sandwich -Sweet Chili Sriracha Hot Wings And if you haven’t made your own Sriracha yet, Jet’s killer recipe will change your life. All in all, you get Jet’s 101 best Asian recipes to impress your friends and family, not to mention all sorts of chef-y tips on flavor, technique, history and ingredients that will make you a better cook. Time to kick ass with your wok, Jet Tila–style!

The Arrows Cookbook

Author: Clark Frasier
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9781416590446
Size: 18.50 MB
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Part how-to-garden primer, The Arrows Cookbook combines more than 150 delicious recipes with time-tested techniques for growing herbs, vegetables, and edible flowers in a book that reconnects us to the land and the seasons. Cooking food from the backyard garden or farmers' market -- or even using herbs grown in pots in a sunny window -- goes beyond a passion for freshness. On an elemental level, the process reawakens the cook to a cycle of nature that our ancestors understood intuitively but that, for most of us, has been lost in the modern world. When chefs Clark Frasier and Mark Gaier left northern California to open their dream restaurant in southern Maine, they had no intention of becoming culinary pioneers. But in 1988 in Ogunquit, Maine, finding enough fresh vegetables and herbs to power a sophisticated restaurant was indeed a challenge. So, like all can-do Americans, they did something. A ragged field of witchgrass behind the restaurant was turned into a garden where they learned to coax a nine-month growing season out of the chilly earth. They built raised beds, saved seeds, researched heirlooms, consulted experts, and started seedlings. Today, that acre of Maine yields 270 varieties of vegetables, herbs, fruits, and edible flowers that provide 90 percent of the produce served at Arrows. Born of great necessity, the garden is the soul of this destination restaurant. In The Arrows Cookbook, Frasier and Gaier tell us how they do it, charting the timeless journey from seed to supper. Recipes celebrate each season -- Asparagus with Mizuna and Blood Orange Vinaigrette and English Pea Soup in spring; Grilled Antipasto Platter and Rib-Eye Steak with Herbs and Caramelized Onions on a summer evening; Napa Cabbage and Apple Cole Slaw and Roast Pork Loin with Rosemary and Garlic for fall; and Escarole and White Bean Soup and Winter Greens with Pink Grapefruit and Red Onion for the chilly, short days of winter. They also offer new takes on such New England classics as Boiled Dinner, Our Way to Steaming Lobster -- Southeast Asian Style, as well as a glorious Thanksgiving feast complete with Roast Turkey with Gravy. The book is full of clear advice and instructions that will make you elegantly self-sufficient in both kitchen and garden: how to smoke a trout, preserve herbs, use raised beds to extend the growing season, make your own prosciutto, start seeds indoors, roast salmon on a plank, maximize garden space, freeze berries, select edible flowers, grow heirloom tomatoes, pickle hot peppers, find local farmers and fisherman for fresh meats and seafood, and more.

The Asian Slow Cooker

Author: Kelly Kwok
Publisher: Page Street Publishing
ISBN: 1624142958
Size: 72.57 MB
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Named one of the best cookbooks of 2016 by the Washington Post. Faster, Easier, Tastier and Healthier Than Takeout Kelly Kwok, founder of Life Made Sweeter, provides great new flavors to try in your slow cooker. These simple and delicious recipes will have your favorite Asian dishes waiting for you right when you get home. With the press of a button, you can make authentic dishes that are healthier and tastier than their restaurant counterparts. You'll experience a wide variety of flavors; choose spicy, vegetarian, noodles or rice. There are even recipes that have 5 ingredients or less. Extra long day? Kelly’s fuss-free one-pot and skillet recipes will have dinner on the table in 30 minutes or less—and with only one pan to wash, cleanup will be a breeze. Whether you're in the mood for General Tso's Chicken, Pad Thai Noodles with Chicken, Beef Chow Fun, Panang Curry, Mapo Tofu or Tom Yum Hot and Sour Soup, you can have fast, delicious meals every day of the week the easy way.

Paleo Takeout

Author: Russ Crandall
Publisher: Victory Belt Publishing
ISBN: 9781628600872
Size: 70.49 MB
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Wildly popular food blogger and critically acclaimed author of The Ancestral Table returns with over 200 weeknight-friendly recipes that taste so good, you'll finally throw out that emergency stack of takeout menus hiding in your kitchen drawer. Despite knowing full well that most restaurant and take-out foods are churned out at a rapid pace using unhealthy ingredients laden with chemicals and additives, most of us can't seem to shake the desire for even just a taste. Not to mention that nothing is easier than picking up takeout, hitting the drive-thru, or ordering delivery, but at what cost? Paleo Takeout: Restaurant Favorites without the Junk delivers much healthier but equally satisfying alternatives, offering delectable recipes that mimic the flavors of our drive-thru and delivery favorites—Paleo style! Russ Crandall teaches you step-by-step how to prepare each meal in under an hour—leaving no sacrifice of taste or time. In Paleo Takeout, Crandall re-creates everyone's favorite takeout meals using wholesome ingredients and some seriously inventive techniques giving you the opportunity to revisit your favorite restaurant classics, with all of the gratification and none of the regret! Inside Paleo Takeout, you'll find over 200 recipes inspired by beloved restaurant experiences: Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Thai, Vietnamese, Indian, Italian, Mexican, Greek, and American cuisines are all represented. Looking to re-create your local Chinese joint's best dishes? Choose from over 25 takeout favorites, like Sweet and Sour Chicken, Beef and Broccoli, Egg Foo Young, Char Siu, Chow Mein, and Spring Rolls. In the mood for curry tonight? Take your pick among your favorite Thai, Indian, and Japanese curry dishes. How about game-day wings made in 20 different ways, pizza that's better than delivery, or quick and easy burrito bowls? We've got you covered and then some. Using the same simple techniques that he learned while working in the restaurant industry, Crandall teaches you how to build a full-course meal in less than an hour. Simply put, Paleo Takeout: Restaurant Favorites without the Junk proves that eating right in a way that satisfies even the choosiest of healthy eaters is not only possible, but also a lot of fun!

Cop Out

Author: Susan Dunlap
Publisher: Dell Publishing Company
ISBN: 9780440224792
Size: 48.58 MB
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Jill Smith, the rebellious detective from Berkeley, California, tries to track down a missing friend and finds herself becoming entangled in a web of bureaucracy, city politics, and murder

Just Married

Author: Caroline Chambers
Publisher: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 1452166765
Size: 25.90 MB
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This happily-ever-after cookbook for two contains 130 recipes to celebrate a new marriage. Whether it's experimenting in the kitchen or perfecting the classics, newlyweds can create cherished traditions around the table. Filled with recipes perfect for spending leisurely days cooking with your loved one, entertaining ideas for family and friends, and plenty of options for quick and satisfying weeknight dinners, this book is a sweet and practical resource for modern couples. Author Caroline Chambers shares stories from her first years of marriage and tips on weekly meal planning, pantry staples, and handy kitchen tools, everything needed to build a new kitchen together. This heartfelt collection of recipes and advice fosters everyday romance and inspires traditions, making this a joyfully welcome wedding or engagement present for the happy couple.

Men S Health

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Men's Health magazine contains daily tips and articles on fitness, nutrition, relationships, sex, career and lifestyle.