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Good Eats 3 by Alton Brown
Television celebrity Alton Brown packs a bounty of information and entertainment between the covers of his new book devoted to everything from pomegranates to pretzels, mincemeat to molasses. Features delicious recipes along with fascinating background.
Tar Heel Traveler S Good Eats by Scott Mason
As WRAL-TV’s full-time feature reporter, Scott Mason—the Tar Heel Traveler—has profiled over one hundred food establishments across North Carolina and now he is sharing those wonderful places in his first portable travel guide offering readers an easy way to know where to grab a memorable bite while on their own travels across the state. Mason captures the essence of each eatery and highlights favorite dishes. Some places are famous for barbecue and others for hot dogs. Still others are known for steak, seafood, fried chicken, biscuits, doughnuts and ice cream. For the most part, they are longtime, loveable joints full of tradition and loyal customers who are more like friends and family. May these places live forever! Happy travels…and good eatin’!
Good Eats by Alton Brown
This quintessential food-science-and-cooking-technique title is now available in ebook! This version is best viewed on your tablet device. Also available in a text-only reflowable format, for use on a wider range of platforms. Alton Brown is a great cook, a very funny guy, and—underneath it all—a science geek who's as interested in the chemistry of cooking as he is in eating. (Well, almost.) At long last, the book that Brown's legions of fans have cooked from and celebrated and spilled stuff on for years is available as an ebook, providing a brighter, shinier record of his long-running, award-winning Food Network TV series, Good Eats. From "Pork Fiction" (on baby back ribs), to "Citizen Cane" (on caramel sauce), to "Oat Cuisine" (on oatmeal), every hilarious episode is represented. The book is illustrated with behind-the-scenes photos taken on the Good Eats set. It contains more than 140 recipes and more than 1,000 photographs and illustrations, along with explanations of techniques, lots of food-science information (of course!), and more food puns, food jokes, and food trivia than you can shake a wooden spoon at.
A Lifetime Of Good Eats by Holly Amidon
This is not merely a collection of recipes. It is also the story of a life well-lived. The tradition of breaking bread together has prevailed over the ages, proving that food is meant to be shared. Holly Amidon delights in cooking for and eating with others. In this book, she weaves together the tale of her life with the foods that she enjoys preparing for the people she loves. Most of the recipes are recognizable comfort foods, but often Holly puts her own spin on them and creates dishes that become family and friend favorites.
This book surveys John Baeder's thirty-five-year obsession with roadside architecture, especially America's diners, and complements Baeder's Morris Museum of Art exhibit of the same name. Often classified as a photorealist, Baeder has always resisted being labeled. He sees his paintings as a plea for preservation and a way to reveal the psychology behind diners.
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Good Eating S Cheap Eats In Chicago by Chicago Tribune Staff
Known for its delicious deep-dish pizza, overflowing hot dogs, and hearty Italian beefs, Chicago is also known by locals for its plenitude of unique neighborhood restaurants and its incredibly diverse food culture. Good Eating's Cheap Eats in Chicago is the first-ever collection of the best of these restaurants from the city and suburbs as hand-picked from the Chicago Tribune's popular Cheap Eats feature. This comprehensive collection is conveniently organized by neighborhood and is filled with helpful tips on what to try and what to pass by, all written in the friendly, distinctive tone of the award-winning staff of Chicago Tribune food writers. Good Eating's Cheap Eats in Chicago is perfect for the hardworking student, the budget-conscious traveler, and the city or suburban family seeking an inexpensive night out that doesn't compromise on taste. Affordable options in popular hotspots like Lincoln Park and the Loop are revealed, along with the best of diverse neighborhoods like Andersonville, Ukrainian Village, Bucktown, and Hyde Park. Even going beyond the city limits, this book explores the best low-cost suburban restaurants in towns like Downers Grove, Naperville, Evanston, and many others. For delicious dining on a budget, Good Eating's Cheap Eats in Chicago is a handy, straightforward guide for both longtime locals and first-time visitors to celebrate the Chicago area for its eclectic range of cuisines, dining styles, and beautiful neighborhoods.
Full Belly by Tara Mataraza Desmond
For the Most Delicious—and Healthiest—Pregnancy Fuel! As a trained chef, Tara Mataraza Desmond knows how to cook—and eat. But when she became pregnant, all bets were off, and seemingly all food was suspect. Deli meat, raw milk cheese, and alcohol were out, but what is in? Lists of “verboten” foods were easy to find, but healthful, doable meals that would appeal to a pregnant woman's finicky appetite and also feed her baby in the best way were not. Relying on prenatal vitamins didn't sound very satisfying for this ambitious cook, who is most at ease in front of the stove. So with registered dietitian Shirley Fan, Desmond put together delicious, healthy recipes with the baby bump in mind. Sections include "What to Eat When You Don't Want to Eat," for that queasy and crucial first trimester, while the six chapters of recipes are accompanied by nutritional facts and bonus info to take you through all nine months (and beyond). An Iced Coffee Thickshake and a slice of Nectarine Pecan Baked Oatmeal can start the morning off right, while the Trail Mix Bars are perfect for a pick-me-up snack. Options like Cranberry Pistachio Salad with Chive Vinaigrette, Pork and Peanut Noodles, and Butternut Ragù Lasagna (which does double-duty as a great freezer-friendly meal for after the baby arrives) fill out lunch and dinner. All of the recipes even benefit the post-pregnancy bod (and feed the rest of the family) by focusing on whole foods that deliver flavor without too much fat, sugar, and empty calories that make baby weight hard to shed. Full Belly is a cookbook designed to foster a healthy, happy pregnancy—but you'll be coming back to the delicious recipes long after baby arrives!
Dining In The Garden Of Good Eats by Deborah Sullivan
Dining in the Garden of Good Eats offers recipes from award winning Savannah restaurants, cafes, inns, the NOGS (those that choose to stay North of Gaston Street), The Married Women's Card Club and many other purveyors of our famous cuisine. So, you can now take the flavor of Savannah home with you to enjoy forever.A valuable guide to entertaining, this book allows you to serve the recipes of celebrated Savannah chefs, making you a success with your own guests. Some of the participating restaurants included in the book are: Lady and Sons featuring Paula Deen of The Food Network, Elizabeth's on 37th Street, Clary's - a local favorite, and two of Savannah's oldest and most famous restaurants, The Pirates' House and Mrs Wilkes Boarding House.Also, the book serves as a handy visitors' guide as you walk the historic streets where local points of interest are highlighted on a convenient tour map. Hear about historic Savannah, Georgia along with the Savannahian traditions, such as the history of “The Birdgirl Statue,” the former centerpiece of the Trosdal family plot in the legendary Bonaventure Cemetery. This cookbook features many fun facts and trivia taken from the bestselling book and motion picture, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, by John Berendt, which influenced the publishing of this fine cookbook.The authors compile highlights from top “Midnight attractions and present creative ideas for your own “Midnight” theme party. This treasure even records ghostly sightings reported by many visitors of the most haunted places in Savannah. As a recent customer said, “it's like a mini- sequel to “Midnight.” The cookbook is a must read for those who love good food and are interested in the history of one of the beautiful Early American cities in the country
Good Eats With Kir by Kirstin Lewis-Salka
The goal of this book is to provide you with a scientific evidence-based nutritional resource with some of my favorite healthy recipes to enable you to become the healthiest version of yourself. The biggest challenge I have noticed when starting a health journey is knowing how and where to begin. This book takes the hard part out for you, with wellness tips, tools and over 50 of my favorite recipes to pull from!