SALAD MAGIC IN A MASON JAR Discover the coolest way to pack a tasty, healthy lunch! Mason Jar Salads and More shows how to prepare on-the-go meals that are packed with fresh produce and whole foods. The tasty recipes and gorgeous full-color photos in this book will show you how to create amazing dishes, including: •Pomegranate and pear salad •Pesto tortellini with cherry tomatoes •Crunchy Asian salad •Spinach, blueberry and blue cheese salad •Curried chicken salad •Kale and avocado salad •Porcini mushroom risotto •Overnight oatmeal with fruit •Green bean and feta salad
Author: Anna Helm Baxter
Publisher: Ten Speed Press
Release Date: 2017-01-17
A collection of more than 60 illustrated recipes for simple-to-prepare salads, dressings, breakfasts, and snacks to take on the go. The solution to the lunchtime salad rut, Salad in a Jar provides healthy, easy alternatives to dissatisfying or overpriced grab-and-go meals. These nutritionally balanced recipes are perfect for making ahead. Anna Helm Baxter reveals the keys to layering ingredients to maximize freshness and texture for a hearty and satisfying dish or snack. Tips and tricks include instructions on designing salads in a jar with recipes for raw salads, side salads, meal salads, snacks, and desserts. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Amy Fazio’s second book, The Mason Jar Cookbook, shows the versatility and convenience of creating dishes in the mason jar. No longer just for jellies and jam, mason jars are now being filled in the most creative and often super healthy ways, such as salads and casseroles. The easy-to-follow recipes in this book will show you how to prepare breakfast, lunch and dinner in a mason jar. Oh, and dessert! Can’t forget dessert. Some of the recipes included in the book are: • Pumpkin Pie Overnight Oats • Creamy Polenta with Bacon and Eggs • Spicy Watermelon and Cotija Salad • Roasted Butternut Squash and Kale Salad with Pepitas • Mexican Caesar Salad with greek yogurt dressing • Lazy Lasagna • Campers Sangria • Pie in a Jar The Mason Jar Cookbook will feature, in beautiful full-color photos, over 100 ways to create, carry, and consume food in the mason jar. Many of the recipes will include tips on serving and storage. Several will also include notes on substituting ingredients to include seasonal fruits and vegetables. Beautiful, convenient, easy, versatile and just plain cool. Just some of the many reasons why everyone should have mason jars in their life. Skyhorse Publishing, along with our Good Books and Arcade imprints, is proud to publish a broad range of cookbooks, including books on juicing, grilling, baking, frying, home brewing and winemaking, slow cookers, and cast iron cooking. We’ve been successful with books on gluten-free cooking, vegetarian and vegan cooking, paleo, raw foods, and more. Our list includes French cooking, Swedish cooking, Austrian and German cooking, Cajun cooking, as well as books on jerky, canning and preserving, peanut butter, meatballs, oil and vinegar, bone broth, and more. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.
Author: J. M. Hirsch
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Release Date: 2013-09-03
Longing for more than yet another limp salad? Tired of tussling with the kids over junk food lunch kits? Sounds like you’ve got the lunch box blues. J. M. Hirsch has the fix. But it isn’t a cookbook. Because when it comes to lunch, nobody has time to break out a recipe to bang out a brown bag special. Busy people need lunch ideas. Lots of them. And those ideas need to be healthy, fast, easy, affordable, and delicious. That’s what Beating the Lunch Box Blues is—an idea book to inspire anyone daunted by the daily ordeal of packing lunch. Jammed with nearly 200 photos and more than 500 tips and meals, this book is designed to save families time, money, and their sanity. Whether you want to jazz up a grilled cheese, turn leftover steak into a DIY taco kit, or make pizza “sushi,” Hirsch has it covered. And because the best lunches often are built from the leftovers of great suppers, he has also included 30 fast and flavorful dinner recipes designed to make enough for tomorrow, too. Crazy good stuff like short ribs braised in a Rosemary-Port Sauce, Hoisin-Glazed Meatloaf, and kid-friendly classics such as Turkey Sloppy Joes and American Chop Suey. With ideas this easy and this delicious, there’s no reason to let the lunch box blues get you down.
DELICIOUS GRAB-AND-GO LUNCHES! Discover the coolest way to pack a healthy, on-the-go meal! With tasty recipes and full-color photos, Mason Jar Lunches will show you how to combine fresh produce and whole foods into fun meals packed in adorable jars, including: • lasagna in a jar • poke sushi bowl • buffalo chicken salad • layered yogurt parfait • farro and roasted vegetable bowl • ramen with egg and broccoli • miso udon soup • charcuterie stack • burrito jar
"A guide to creating perfectly fresh—and transportable—salads. Put down that sandwich! Here you’ll find healthy and delicious lunch ideas to get you through the year. Who wants a soggy salad for lunch? The trick to a perfectly fresh and crisp salad that can be kept in the refrigerator the night before is all about the layering: the dressing at the base, followed by protein or grains, then nuts or seeds, with the leafy greens and herbs on top. When you’re ready to eat the salad, turn the jar out into a bowl and enjoy immediately! Jar Salads contains fifty-two deliciously inventive salads—a new one for every week of the year. From a Mexican-inspired vegetarian taco salad to a Vietnamese pork and-vermicelli-noodle salad, and classic salad combinations, Jar Salads has all tastes covered. All you need is a screw-top mason jar and a bunch of fresh ingredients. This year, get inspired to get healthy!" -- Amazon.com
Author: Michael Ruhlman
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
Release Date: 2012-08-27
The craft of Italian salumi, now accessible to the American cook, from the authors of the best-selling Charcuterie. Michael Ruhlman and Brian Polcyn inspired a revival of artisanal sausage making and bacon curing with their surprise hit, Charcuterie. Now they delve deep into the Italian side of the craft with Salumi, a book that explores and simplifies the recipes and techniques of dry curing meats. As the sources and methods of making our food have become a national discussion, an increasing number of cooks and professional chefs long to learn fundamental methods of preparing meats in the traditional way. Ruhlman and Polcyn give recipes for the eight basic products in Italy’s pork salumi repertoire: guanciale, coppa, spalla, lardo, lonza, pancetta, prosciutto, and salami, and they even show us how to butcher a hog in the Italian and American ways. This book provides a thorough understanding of salumi, with 100 recipes and illustrations of the art of ancient methods made modern and new.
Author: Stephen Orr
Publisher: Clarkson Potter
Release Date: 2014-09-30
From modern garden master Stephen Orr comes a new, definitive book on herbs to finally replace the dusty and outdated classics. Here are entries on hundreds of plants that are extraordinarily useful in cooking, homeopathy, and more; dozens of recipes and DIY projects; and beautifully styled photographs so you know just what you're growing. With more than 900 entries, each accompanied by brand new photography and helpful growing advice, The New American Herbal takes the study of herbs to an exciting new level. Orr covers the entire spectrum of herbaceous plants, from culinary to ornamental to aromatic and medicinal, presenting them in an easy to use A to Z format packed with recipes, DIY projects, and stunning examples of garden design highlighting herbal plantings. Learn about the herbs you've always wanted to grow (chervil, chamomile, and lovage), exotic herbs (such as Artemisia, the bitter herb used in Absinthe, or the anti-inflammatory Meadowsweet), and ornamental varieties (Monkshood and Perilla). For cooks there is indispensable guidance on planting and maintaining a bountiful kitchen garden and crafters will delight in dozens of exciting new uses for fresh, dried, and distilled herbs. Here, too, are 40 delicious recipes such as Ragu Bolognese with Fennel and Lemon Semolina Cake with Lavender, as well easy steps for projects such as a hanging herb garden and instructions on how to plant, dry, and preserve your garden’s bounty. Meticulously researched and exhaustive in its scope, The New American Herbal is an irresistible invitation to explore the versatility of herbs in all their beauty and variety. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Confidence doesn't come naturally to everyone, and needs to be developed over time. If you struggle to feel calm and poised under pressure, or wish you had the self-assurance to shout about all your star qualities, then look no further: this book is here to help. Bursting with tips, assertive statements, and activities, How to Be Confident will enable you to work through whatever is holding you back so you can embrace your inner confidence.
Food storage can be delicious! Stephanie Petersen (a.k.a. Chef Tess) and Honeyville Farms are back with The Meals in a Jar Handbook. Filled to the brim with tips, techniques, and recipes, this cookbook will teach you everything you need for family-sized meals stored in jars, including Chef Tess's dry-packing method. And don't mistake the long shelf life for bland, tasteless food that's difficult to prepare. Just add water and cook! You'll love the * Sausage Gravy and Biscuit Dumplings, * Country-Style Hamburger Stew, * Cheesy Scalloped Potatoes and Ham, * Lemon-Lime Cheesecake Pie. Whether you're preparing for an unexpected calamity or you simply want everyday food, Chef Tess has you covered in this definitive resource for making your own delicious shelf-stable meals. With Honeyville's quality ingredients, food storage doesn't have to be endured--it can be enjoyed! Welcome to the Honeyville kitchen!
2016 James Beard Award Winner (Baking & Desserts) 101 recipes for baking with whole and sprouted grains, making the most of the seasonal harvest, and healing the body through naturally fermented food Sarah Owens spent years baking conventional baked goods, only to slowly realize she had developed a crippling inability to digest or tolerate their ingredients. Unable to enjoy many of her most favorite foods, she knew she must find a health-sustaining alternative. Thus Sarah started experimenting with sourdough leavening, which almost immediately began to heal her gut and inspire her anew in the kitchen. Soon after, her artisan small-batch bakery, BK17, was launched, and with that, a new way to savor and share nutritious sourdough breads and treats with her Brooklyn community. Sourdough and other fermented foods are making a comeback because of their rich depth of flavor and proven health benefits. In Sourdough, Sarah demystifies keeping a sourdough culture, which is an extended fermentation process that allows for maximum flavor and easy digestion, showing us just how simple it can be to create a healthy starter from scratch. Moreover, Sarah uses home-grown sourdough starter in dozens of baked goods, including cookies, cakes, scones, flatbreads, tarts, and more--well beyond bread. Sarah is a botanist and gardener as well as a baker--her original recipes are accented with brief natural history notes of the highlighted plants and ingredients used therein. Anecdotes from the garden will delight naturalists and baked-goods lovers among us. Laced with botanical and cultural notes on grains, fruits and vegetables, herbs, and even weeds, Sourdough celebrates seasonal abundance alongside the timeless craft of artisan baking.