Herbs have a transformative power – they can lift a dish from ordinary to sublime. Written by a true herb aficionado, this beautiful book is an ode to enjoying herbs all year round. In each seasonal chapter, Judith Hann skillfully weaves together guidance growing – whether you have a full herb garden or simple pots on the windowsill – with delicious, imaginative recipes. Find recipe inspiration for more common herbs and discover how to use those herbs that aren't so readily available in the supermarket. Judith shares a huge collection of recipes that have been tried and tested at her herb cookery school – from simple herb sauces and salads to more ornate dishes, such as Guinea Fowl with Lovage and Lime, or Spare Ribs with Plum, Chilli and Sage Sauce. It also includes herb features, which provide a wealth of further quick recipes and ideas for: Pestos, made with a variety of herbs Herb syrups and sugars Herb ices Preserving recipes with herb flavourings Herb cheeses, and many more Full of anecdotes, this is a wonderfully personal account of a love affair with herbs, as well as an indispensable guide on how to make the most of them every day.
Author: Montel Williams
Release Date: 2008-01-02
Genre: Health & Fitness
Montel Williams? New York Times bestselling battle plan for better living. Now in paperback! In Living Well, Montel explains the science behind his successful battle against multiple sclerosis, interviewing a global ?SWAT Team? of doctors, scientists, and researchers, and reveals the amazing effects of healthy eating and regular exercise. Most importantly, Montel shares his groundbreaking 21-Day Living Well Food and Workout Program? a hard-hitting health plan of diet changes, a step-by-step exercise plan, and the gradual addition of raw and whole foods to daily menu plans. This three-week regimen forms the cornerstone of Montel?s successful dietary health plan. Also included are simple, wholesome recipes that are as healthful as they are delicious. For anyone who wants to fight obesity, cancer, heart disease, and neurological diseases like Parkinson?s, Alzheimer?s, or multiple sclerosis?or if they just want to feel spectacular every day?it?s time to push life to the next level, by Living Well with Montel!
In her bestselling book The Zero-Mile Diet (Harbour, 2010), gardening activist Carolyn Herriot inspired readers to put organic homegrown fruits and vegetables on the table, using time-saving, economical and sustainable methods. Now Herriot is back with even more ideas to cook up fresh food from the garden throughout the year. The Zero-Mile Diet Cookbook is filled with vegetarian dishes that are neither complicated nor time-consuming. With recipes like Fennel, Chard and Goat Cheese Pie, Fresh Mint Tabouleh and Fresh Raspberry Cordial, discover simple yet satisfying ways to enjoy vibrant vegetables, flavourful herbs and fabulous fruits that have been grown in your own garden. Carolyn Herriot shares her conviction that there is a more healthful and natural way to eat and live by connecting the garden to the kitchen. A comprehensive chapter on food preservation—drying, canning, pickling, freezing and fermenting—will help readers get year-round nourishment from a seasonal harvest. Join Carolyn in her Zero-Mile kitchen to make the shift to more sustainable living—deliciously!
Author: Vesanto Melina
Publisher: Book Publishing Company
Release Date: 2004
Genre: Health & Fitness
A guide to food allergies that provides information on creating and maintaining a healthy intestinal boundary, related conditions, label reading, celiac disease, nutrition planning, and other related topics; and includes recipes.
Author: Hazel Roberts
Publisher: Authors On Line Ltd
Release Date: 2004-12-01
Genre: Vegetable gardening
Providing an all-encompassing information source for the kitchen gardener by bridging the gap between gardening and recipe books, this book has everything you need to know to grow, protect, harvest, cook and preserve fruit, vegetables and herbs. Based on the author's own experience, everything has been thoroughly tried and tested. Suitable for anyone interested in growing and using their own food, from the complete novice to the old hand, whether you have a window box, a small garden or a large allotment. contamination of the food we eat, kitchen gardening is literally a growing field. Do you just want a few fresh herbs and vegetables, or you want to go all the way to a self-sufficient Good Life? This book will show you how to plant it, nurture it, when to harvest it, and what to do to turn it into a year-round supply of delicious, nutritious, wholesome food. everything you need to do each month, in a gardening and cooking year. Dealing with both the practicalities of the gardening required to grow the food, and everything you need to know about collecting, cooking and preserving your harvest, this book helps you enjoy the positive benefits of the process whilst also warning of pitfalls and problems to avoid. Every chapter is full of mouth-watering seasonal recipes for the produce that you harvest that month from your own plot, helping you to get the maximum benefit from your very own home-grown, home-cooked and preserved food. satisfaction from knowing exactly where it came from, what is in it, and that your family's food is home-grown and home-made by you - yes you!
Author: Abigail R. Gehring
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.
Release Date: 2011-05-25
Genre: House & Home
Explains how to grow an organic garden, preserve the food one grows, build alternate-energy devices by hand, identify edible wild foods, conserve water, handcraft household items and much more, in a book with 500 full-color illustrations. Original.
Author: Jeff Cox
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Release Date: 2008-03-04
Covering everything from vegetables and fruits to meat, poultry, and dairy products, a comprehensive consumer's guide to organic foods furnishes more than one hundred recipes, along with information on such topics as Season, Good Varieties, Nutritional Highlights, What to Look For, and Storage and Preparation Tips. Original.
Author: Adrian Harris
Publisher: Gibbs Smith
Release Date: 2018-09-18
Fresh, plant-forward recipes, plus colorful photography with camera and styling tips for enviable food photos. Today’s food is about much more than nutrition—it’s about presentation. The Food Gays, Adrian and Jeremy, have found growing popularity on social media by sharing not only wholesome, delicious recipes, but also rich, colorful food styling and photography. Their food isn’t all vegetarian, but they appreciate the versatility and beauty of fresh produce and incorporate the brilliance of its color into all their dishes with garden-fresh herbs, crisp vegetables, and vivid fruits. These recipes and photography tips inspire the reader to cherish the cooking process and treat mealtime as a moment to reflect and connect with the world around them. Adrian Harris and Jeremy Inglett are the two guys behind The Food Gays, a food, travel, and lifestyle blog that features original, bright, and colorful recipes you’ll want to eat with your eyes first. What began as a hobby has transformed into a career—with Jeremy completing a Baking and Pastry Arts diploma, and Adrian honing in on his passion for cooking, food styling, and photography. They have worked with brands such as Cuisinart, Whole Foods Market, and Happy Planet. They are freelance online contributors for Food & Wine and Martha Stewart Living and contributing editors for FeedFeed.
Author: Pat Crocker
Publisher: Robert Rose Incorporated
Release Date: 1999
Recipes that reflect the vibrant taste that only fresh culinary herbs can give. Some of the most medicinally potent herbs and spices sit within arm's reach -- on your kitchen spice rack. This book will undoubtedly pique your interest in herbs, both culinary and medicinal. There's growing scientific evidence for the medicinal value of herbs and this in turn is putting herbal remedies into mainstream consciousness. The recipes in this book are designed to give you many ways to present wholesome, healthy food into your everyday meals and which feature fresh herbs. Home cooks will discover how fresh herbs not only fill the flavor gap but provide many healing and holistic benefits and will learn to prepare food that contains vitality, is seasonal and indigenous to our environment. Herbs are more than just medicinal plants -- they also happen to be delicious! Here you'll find 115 vegetarian recipes -- ranging from soups and starters to desserts and beverages. All incorporate whole, natural ingredients with a wide variety of healing herbs. The recipes are easy, accessible, and full of appetizing tastes and textures. Sensational recipes include Three-Bean Enchiladas with Green Tomato and Apple Salsa, Fettucine with Fiddleheads in Thyme Vinaigrette, Leek, Onion and Garlic Tart, Fall Vegetable Paella, and Ginger-Echinacea Jam. But that's not all. In addition to the delicious recipes, The Healing Herbs Cookbook provides a wealth of useful information on preserving and cooking with herbs, as well as a comprehensive reference on over 30 herbs and their medicinal properties. From Elder and Echinacea, to Garlic, Licorice and Thyme -- discover how to recognize them, grow them, their healing properties, availability, uses in cooking and even folklore. With a list of herbal organizations, mail-order sources, glossary and herb specific recipe index, this is the ideal book for people who want to bring the benefits of healing herbs into the kitchen.