101 Recipes for Making Cheese

Author: Cynthia Martin
Publisher: Atlantic Publishing Company
ISBN: 9781601383563
Release Date: 2011
Genre: Cooking

There are more than 3,000 different kinds of cheese currently registered with the FDA, and hundreds more made in small villages, towns, and back countries around the world. Since the earliest record of milk cultivation, humans have been creating new kinds of cheese and today it has become one of the most used, popular food items in the world. Rich, creamy, sharp, or spicy cheeses can add a bit of zest to any meal and with the right recipes and the tools needed to make your own, you can start enjoying the joy of cheese from your own kitchen. Learning how to make your own cheese starts with knowing the differences and necessities for each kind of cheese and then adding a bit of your own creativity to the mixture. This book provides 101 of the most popular, well known cheese recipes in the world into one, easy to follow resource designed to help even the most unpracticed of cheese aficionados start creating at home. The basics of making cheese will be covered from the start, giving you a detailed walkthrough of everything you need to create your own dairy products, including equipment, products, time, and money. You will learn the basics of food safety in regards to cheese and what parts of the product you can use and what you must discard. You will learn the essentials of what each different kind of cheese entails, including hard, soft, and Italian cheeses among others. With recipes gathered from top resources around the globe, you will then be able to start making cheeses for yourself, ranging from the creaminess of fromage blanc to the sharp bite of cheddar or smooth meltiness of mozzarella. For every cheese lover out there who has dreamed of making their own cheeses at home, this book is for you.

The Complete Guide to Making Cheese Butter and Yogurt at Home

Author: Richard Helweg
Publisher: Atlantic Publishing Company
ISBN: 9781601383556
Release Date: 2010
Genre: Cooking

This book teaches the basics of creating queso blanco, fromage blanc, ricotta, feta, cheddar, gouda, Monterey jack, mozzarella, parmesan, and many other cheeses in addition to sour cream, yogurt, and butter. For anyone with a desire to start experimenting with dairy products at home, this book is the ideal starting point.

101 Recipes for Making Wild Wines at Home

Author: John N. Peragine
Publisher: Atlantic Publishing Company
ISBN: 9781601383594
Release Date: 2010
Genre: Cooking

Wild wines are a thing of the world. Each culture has developed its own means of fermenting and distilling various fruits and grains into aromatic, strong spirited drinks to grace tables. Making your own wild wine can be a fun, rewarding project that allows you to take full control of the taste and body of your favorite dinner drink.101 Recipes for Making Wild Wines At Home has wild wine recipes that will entice your taste buds. These recipes use the best herbs, fruits, and flowers to create some of the most beloved drinks in the world for yourself, friends, and family. The basics of wild wine recipes are laid out here in great detail, providing everything you need to know to both understand and start making your own wines in no time.You will be shown the basic information or dozens of varieties of herbs, fruits, and flowers, including how they are best used in wine recipes, what you need to do to prepare them, and how they will taste, feel, look, and smell in the finished product. You will learn what to do to promote the integrity of your wine and the many different ways to vary the aspects of both white and red wild wines without sacrificing taste. After learning the basics of wild wine making, you will be shown the process of making 101 wild wine recipes that are well-received around the world. This book details special tips and tricks you can use to perfect your wine and to ensure the best possible batch is produced every time. For every aspiring amateur wine maker out there, 101 Recipes for Making Wild Wines At Home is an absolute must.

The Complete Idiot s Guide to Cheese Making

Author: James R. Leverentz
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781101197820
Release Date: 2010-05-04
Genre: Cooking

Become a cheese gourmet. The Complete Idiot's Guide® to Cheese Making is for both the hobbyist who will enjoy this traditional skill and organic food enthusiasts interested in wholesome, additive-free foods, offering readers the step-by-step process for making all variety of cheeses. ?Covers the processes of creating Mascarpone, Ricotta, Neufchatel, Queso Fresco, Farmhouse Cheddar, Monterey Jack, Colby, Traditional Cheddar, Feta, Gouda, Havarti, and many more cheeses ?The author created and sells a cheese-making kit voted best in the country by The Wall Street Journal ?The eat-local movement, along with recent food-safety scares, has piqued an interest in producing one's own cheese

Cooking Basics For Dummies

Author: Marie Rama
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781118922323
Release Date: 2014-10-13
Genre: Cooking

Get started cooking now with Cooking Basics For Dummies, 5th Edition! Are you looking to dig yourself out of microwave dinners and learn the ropes of home cooking? Cooking Basics For Dummies, 5th Edition takes the intimidation out of cooking and helps you start cultivating your culinary prowess in no time. From learning fundamental cooking techniques like dicing, chopping, and saut?ing to creating delicious, easy-to-follow recipes, you'll discover how to cook up crowd-pleasing meals the whole family will enjoy—all without breaking a sweat! Even if you've never cracked an egg, this friendly, practical guide gives you all the ingredients to become a superior home cook. In plain English, it explains step-by-step how to master popular cooking techniques, such as dicing vegetables, hard boiling an egg, making quick and delicious sauces, planning menus, stocking your pantry, and so much more. Packed with more than 150 easy-to-follow recipes for every meal of the day, from mouth-watering mains to sumptuous sides to delectable desserts Helps you master grilling, slow cooking, baking, roasting, pressure cooking, and more Includes tips on adapting meals to meet the latest dietary trends, such as low-sugar, low-sodium, low-fat, plant-based, and vegetarian diets Covers shopping at farmer's markets and buying organic foods Cooking Basics For Dummies, 5th edition is for every beginner cook or polished chef looking for a refresher on breathing new life into home-cooked meals.

Basic Baking

Author: Lora Brody
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 9780688167240
Release Date: 2000-10-31
Genre: Cooking

Provides information on baking ingredients, techniques, preparation, equipment, and cooking terms, and collects over one hundred recipes for pies, muffins, scones, breads, and cobblers.

101 Things to Do with a Casserole

Author: Stephanie Ashcraft
Publisher: Gibbs Smith
ISBN: 9781423608578
Release Date: 2005-07-13
Genre: Cooking

Call it a one-pot, a casserole, or a hot dish, no one can deny the convenience and satisfaction these traditional meals provide! Whether you've had a late night at work, or have limited ingredients and finicky kids, the mighty casserole is the answer to the grumbling in everyone's tummy. From the authors of the best-selling 101 Things to do with a Slow Cooker and 101 More Things to do with a Slow Cooker comes the sixth book in this million-copy-selling series-101 Things to do with a Casserole!

The Blue Apron Cookbook

Author: Blue Apron Culinary Team
Publisher: HarperCollins
ISBN: 9780062562777
Release Date: 2017-10-24
Genre: Cooking

The Joy of Cooking for a new generation: A collection of easy-to-make, delicious, and original recipes from the kitchens of Blue Apron—the beloved national meal-delivery service—featuring 165 step-by-step, technique-driven dishes that will transform novice cooks into confident home chefs and will excite experienced cooks too. Named for the uniform of apprentice chefs in professional kitchens, Blue Apron has made its mark from its exemplary meal-delivery service, but its true passion is culinary education—a value that infuses their commitment to providing healthy, sustainably sourced, seasonal foundations for creative cooking. Now in The Blue Apron Cookbook, this trusted national brand steps into the kitchens of home cooks everywhere, taking its familiar step-by-step instructional style to a new level in a technique-driven cookbook intended to build confidence and expertise through meals that are as beautiful to look at as they are mouth-wateringly delicious to enjoy. Organized around essential meals that explain both the "how" and the "why" of cooking techniques, The Blue Apron Cookbook excites, educates, and inspires. With the help of 800 stunning color photographs and unparalleled step-by-step instruction, amateur home cooks will grow into competent home chefs, perfecting and creating variations of classics ranging from roast chicken to risottos, pastas, soups, salads, and desserts. Each chapter starts with the basics and builds from there—as you cook through the recipes, even experienced cooks will appreciate the basics in a new way, learning how one dish or technique can be transformed into many others. Today’s cooks are hungry for real culinary expertise, and eager to cook smarter and better. A cookbook that reflects the tastes and trends of the moment while honoring the traditional methods and flavors chefs have perfected for centuries, The Blue Apron Cookbook is poised to become the go-to resource for anyone looking to truly master home cooking.

The Science of Good Cooking

Author: Cook's Illustrated
Publisher: America's Test Kitchen
ISBN: 9781936493463
Release Date: 2012-10-01
Genre: Cooking

Master 50 simple concepts to ensure success in the kitchen. Unlock a lifetime of successful cooking with this groundbreaking new volume from the editors of Cook's Illustrated, the magazine that put food science on the map. Organized around 50 core principles our test cooks use to develop foolproof recipes, The Science of Good Cooking is a radical new approach to teaching the fundamentals of the kitchen. Fifty unique experiments from the test kitchen bring the science to life, and more than 400 landmark Cook's Illustrated recipes (such as Old-Fashioned Burgers, Classic Mashed Potatoes, andPerfect Chocolate Chip Cookies) illustrate each of the basic principles at work. These experiments range from simple to playful to innovative - showing you why you should fold (versus stir) batter for chewy brownies, why you whip egg whites with sugar, and why the simple addition of salt can make meat juicy. A lifetime of experience isn't the prerequisite for becoming a good cook; knowledge is. Think of this as an owner's manual for your kitchen.

The Mac Cheese Cookbook

Author: Allison Arevalo
Publisher: Ten Speed Press
ISBN: 9781607744672
Release Date: 2013-08-20
Genre: Cooking

A fun and playful cookbook featuring retro, decadent, and kid-friendly mac-and-cheese recipes from the popular Oakland restaurant Homeroom. Think Outside the Box! Macaroni and cheese is one of America’s favorite comfort foods, beloved by kids and adults alike. But there’s no need to rely on prefab mixes—all you need is a handful of kitchen staples, some tasty cheese, and a little insider advice courtesy of Homeroom restaurant. This perennially popular Oakland, California, eatery—with its entire menu devoted to mac and cheese—now shares its secrets for the best-ever mac recipes. These inventive dishes offer something for everyone: nostalgic homestyle recipes like Tuna Mac, international varieties like Sriracha Mac, decadent delights like Truffle Mac, and even the logic-defying Vegan Mac. You’ll also find recipes for quick veggie sides like Brussels Sprouts with Bacon and old-school desserts like frozen Peanut Butter Pie. With a basics section on perfecting mac sauce, choosing the best noodles, and customizing add-ins and toppings, plus an emphasis on quality ingredients and simple techniques, this fun, playful cookbook shows cheese-loving readers how to take this comfort-food staple to creative new heights.

How to Bake

Author: Paul Hollywood
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 9781408819494
Release Date: 2013-02-19
Genre: Cooking

All the secrets to baking revealed in this scrumptious cookbook.

The Homemade Pantry

Author: Alana Chernila
Publisher: Clarkson Potter
ISBN: 9780307887269
Release Date: 2012
Genre: Cooking

Demonstrates how busy home cooks can minimize dependence on packaged foods while promoting family health and satisfaction, in a volume that includes recipes for such everyday staples as crackers, mayonnaise, and potato chips.

Gordon Ramsay s Home Cooking

Author: Gordon Ramsay
Publisher: Grand Central Life & Style
ISBN: 9781455525263
Release Date: 2013-04-09
Genre: Cooking

GORDON RAMSAY'S HOME COOKING will give experienced as well as novice cooks the desire, confidence, and inspiration to get cooking and will offer simple, accessible recipes with a "wow" factor. Gordon has travelled the world from India and the Far East to LA and Europe, and the recipes in this book will draw all these culinary influences together to show us simple, vibrant and delicious recipes that reflect the way we eat today. For example: Miso braised salmon fillet with Asian vegetables, Pork and Bacon slider with home made bbq sauce, Curried Sweetcorn Soup, Wild Mushroom Risotto Arrancini, and Baked Lemon Cheesecake with Raspberries. Each chapter will concentrate on a different area of cooking--from the classics to the secret of cooking with Chili and spice, through roasting, baking, and helpful sections on cooking good food for less and cooking for a crowd. Woven into the book will be useful tricks and tips--from ways to save time and money, to cleaning and prepping ingredients, to pan frying like a pro. Stuffed full of delicious recipes, invaluable tips and lashings of Gordon's trademark cheeky wit, GORDON RAMSAY'S HOME COOKING is the ultimate cooking lesson from the ultimate chef.

Simple Chinese Cooking

Author: Kylie Kwong
Publisher:
ISBN: 0718149521
Release Date: 2006
Genre: Cooking, Chinese

Cooking Chinese food at home has never been easier all you need are these wonderfully easy-to-follow recipes and a decent wok. Kylie Kwongrs"s philosophy is to use the freshest produce and cook it simply to make the most of the clean flavours. All the necessary ingredients are readily available and Kyliers"s recipes are friendly and straightforward. In no time, yours"ll be cooking everyday favourites like Sweetcorn Soup and Prawn Fried Rice on weeknights and exciting feasts of Sichuan Chicken Salad, Prawn Wontons, Crispy-Skin Runny Eggs and a perfect Sweet and Sour Pork for the weekend. Enhanced by inspiring photographs of all the finished dishes, and with step-by-step pictures to guide you through their preparation, Simple Chinese Cooking will never be far from your kitchen.

Sushi Secrets

Author: Marisa Baggett
Publisher: Tuttle Publishing
ISBN: 9781462910380
Release Date: 2012-09-26
Genre: Cooking

Unlock all of the elusive secrets of sushi making with this astonishing sushi book! In Sushi Secrets, renowned sushi chef, Marisa Baggett shares with you both traditional and nontraditional sushi, all of them delicious and all of them very easy to make. This sushi cookbook teaches you everything you need to know to make delicious Japanese sushi for beginners. Marisa includes surefire recipes for making perfect sushi rice, tips on how to find and buy the freshest sushi fish and sustainability and how to achieve it at home. Plus, with her background as a pastry chef, Marisa has created a dessert chapter that will make your mouth water! This sushi recipe book contains: Scallop Carpaccio Sashimi Avocado and Pomegranate Nigiri Pork Thin Rolls with Gingered Cherries Pickled Okra Thick Rolls Short Ribs Sushi Bowl "Cat"erpillar Sushi Rolls Faux Eel Hand Rolls Fudge Wontons with Peanut Dipping Sauce Fried Cherry Hand Pies With this cookbook you'll be ready to prepare a host of sushi and sashimi recipes and it gives loads of hints on how to slash otherwise lengthy prep times. From the traditional favorites to new and unique combinations, Sushi Secrets will have you rolling delicious sushi like a pro in no time at all.