Gifts from the Modern Larder
Homemade Presents to Make and Give
Led by the desire to make edible gifts by preserving fresh, seasonal ingredients, Rachel de Thample offers around 80 ideas for infusions, ferments, pickles, jams and baked goods in this well-illustrated book. Introductions to each technique are followed by recipes including Oak-Aged Chilli Sauce and Mulled Fig Jam, often accompanied by tips on how to personalize and present them.
The Complete Book of Vegetables, Herbs and Fruit
Written by three gardening experts, this extensively illustrated guide to edible horticulture offers detailed instructions on planting and cultivation. Covering favourites such as runner beans and tomatoes as well as more exotic plants, including cassava and lemon grass, it offers advice on choosing the right varieties for your garden and dealing with pests and diseases. Information on harvesting and storing produce is provided, with over 600 recipes for a range of meals and herbal remedies.
The Herbal Remedy Handbook
Treat Everyday Ailments Naturally, from Coughs and Colds to Anxiety and Eczema
This holistic guide to well-being explains how to treat a range of health conditions using traditional remedies made from ingredients that can be easily foraged from hedgerows or sourced from the supermarket. Covering both minor illnesses and injuries and more complex issues such as insomnia, the recipes, which include balms, tonics, poultices and teas, are easily tailored to individual needs.
The emphasis in this collection is on recipes that are quick, easy and healthy. Each one uses as few ingredients as possible and focuses on fresh, seasonal produce to create dishes such as Ricotta with Asparagus and Pea Shoots, Pan-Roasted Halibut with Capers, and a variety of salads. It also includes introductory guides to different cheeses, grains, olives and cuts of meat. Slightly off-mint and felt-tip mark on upper trimmed edge.
Here's One I Made Earlier
Blue Peter, the world’s longest-running children’s television programme, is known for its famous ‘makes’ – creative projects which transform everyday household objects into toys and gifts. This collection reproduces some of the most memorable designs, including the Advent Crown, the Doll’s House and Tracy Island, and has a foreword by Valerie Singleton and contributions from former presenters and the ‘Queen of Makes’, Margaret Parnell.
Olives, Lemons and Za'atar
The Best Middle Eastern Home Cooking
In this richly illustrated volume, Rawia Bishara demonstrates the variety of Middle Eastern cuisine, sharing recipes that she learned in her hometown of Nazareth and cooks today in her New York restaurant. There are chapters on salads, soups and stews, pickles, and desserts; breakfast dishes that include Yoghurt Tahini with Chickpeas; and mezzes featuring hummus, Brussels Sprouts with Panko and a savoury pie.
Healthy Eating: The Prostate Care Cookbook
Acknowledging a growing body of evidence that shows a link between diet and prostate cancer, the authors of this cookbook examine specific food types that can positively affect the prostate, explain their scientific reasoning, and provide recipes that contain beneficial ingredients. Dishes include Broad Bean Soup, Salad Niçoise and Chicken with Walnut and Pomegranate Sauce, and all list calorie, fat and saturated fat content.
Writing with Military Precision
During his many years as an intelligence officer, Craig Shrives learned how to write clearly for the eyes of British and American generals. In this guide he shares his practical experience: he identifies common mistakes and ambiguities and offers suggestions for correcting and clarifying what you want to say, and a final section gives useful advice on easily confused words. (Previously sold in Postscript as Grammar for Grown-ups.)
Paleo: Monday to Friday
A Diet So Good You Can Take the Weekend Off!
The Paleo diet eliminates heavily processed foods, replacing them with fresh meat and fish, seeds, nuts, fruits and vegetables – and the health benefits are so dramatic that you can stray at the weekend and still lose weight. Here the bestselling author of The Paleo Diet shares 100 highly varied recipes that are easy to shop for and simple to prepare – from Kale and Eggs to Berry Compôte, Tomato Soup, Grilled Salmon Salad, Meatloaf, Pad Thai and Apple Pie.
Healthy Eating for Lower Cholesterol
The 100 delicious recipes presented in this book have been created by a chef and dietician, working together to help people with high cholesterol. With chapters on breakfasts, salads, snacks, main courses and desserts, and recipes such as Buckwheat Pancakes, Mexican Breakfast Burritos, Oriental Chicken Wraps, Salmon Fishcakes and Light Chocolate Tart, you need never feel deprived while looking after your health.
365 Days of Colour in Your Garden
In this extensively illustrated volume Nick Bailey, a presenter on BBC’s Gardeners’ World, describes the art and science of flower colour, demonstrating how to achieve a balanced display all year round. Organized by season, it suggests plants for a range of soil types and locations; explains the gardening techniques that can improve flowering and extend the season; and offers advice on plants that work well together.
Paul Gayler's Sauce Book
300 World Sauces Made Simple
The 300 sauces in this collection include gravies, relishes and vinaigrettes as well as those based on richer ingredients such as eggs or butter. The recipes range from South American salsas to classic French hollandaise, Chinese sweet and sour and Japanese salad dressings. Also featured are seven different stocks, and coulis, custards and syrups to accompany desserts.
The Paleo Diet
Food Your Body is Designed to Eat
As an overweight young adult, Daniel Green lost 4½ stone by cutting out gluten, dairy, bad fats and bad carbohydrates and he has never put the weight back on. With recipes for breakfasts, light meals, soups, salads, side dishes, dinners and desserts, his book shows how simple it is to create delicious and nourishing meals from fresh fruit, vegetables, fish, meat, nuts and seeds, and proves how a Paleo lifestyle can keep you healthy while still enjoying gourmet dishes.
Healthy Eating to Reduce the Risk of Dementia
100 Fantastic Recipes Based on Extensive, In-depth Research
There is evidence that a healthy lifestyle and diet, especially in mid-life, can help reduce the risk of developing dementia. Written by Margaret Rayman, a professor of Nutritional Medicine, and a team of dieticians, this book gives clear and effective guidelines on how to adapt your diet to help keep your brain functioning to its best capacity, and provides 100 recipes based on careful research and prepared with the help of gourmet chefs including Gino D'Acampo.