Great Bowls Of Food
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|Author||: Robin Asbell|
|Editor||: The Countryman Press|
Layer up grain, vegetable, protein source and sauce: Everyone loves to eat from a bowl Whether it’s a rice bowl, a grain bowl, or even a low-carb, high-protein Buddha bowl, bowl food eating is easy, delicious, and never dull. In this hip new cookbook, renowned cookbook writer Robin Asbell shares 75 of her favorite bowl food recipes, as well as a handy chart that helps readers to mix and match ingredients at a glance to create the perfect bowl. Recipes include: Paleo Cauliflower Tabouli Bowl with Lemon Mint Dressing Sweet Potato, BBQ Chicken, Corn, and Chips Bowl Rice, Tofu, and Green Bowl with Kimchi and Spicy Spinach Miso Poached Vegetable and Shrimp Noodle Bowl There’s something for everyone here.
|Author||: Jay Solomon|
|Editor||: Prima Lifestyles|
Presents recipes for spicy dishes from the American Southwest, Cajun country, Latin America, the Caribbean, Asia, Africa, India, and the Pacific Rim
|Author||: Kelli Foster|
|Editor||: Harvard Common Press|
Beautiful and inspiring one-dish meals in a bowl! Buddha bowls, occasionally called “bliss bowls,” “nourish bowls,” or “power bowls,” are the ultimate in one-dish meals. You start with a base of whole grains, rice, noodles, or legumes. Then you layer on a generous assortment of cooked or raw vegetables. Finally, you top the veggies with a boost of protein and then a dressing, sauce, or broth. Buddha bowls are an easy, healthy meal that can be ready in minutes and that you can have for breakfast, lunch, or dinner—or, if you like, all three! The Buddha bowl concept is loosely based on guidance from Chinese medicine: a meal should have vegetables, protein, and grain. Typically, in a Buddha bowl there is a high ratio of ingredients to broth or sauce and the ingredients are left whole or in large pieces, and not blended, minced, or pureed. Although it is Asian in inspiration, a Buddha bowl can be made with a variety of ingredients from just about anywhere on the planet. Kelli Foster, who writes about food for the popular website The Kitchn, serves up in these pages an amazing variety of Buddha bowl ideas, each one vibrant with color, alive with flavor, and oh-so-comforting to eat. Can you think of a heartier way to start the day than with a Blackberry Millet Breakfast Bowl, a Coconut Quinoa Breakfast Bowl, or a Chai-Spiced Multigrain Porridge Bowl, just three among many breakfast bowl ideas? Later in the day, for cozy meals with loved ones, how about Warm Autumn Chicken and Wild Rice Bowls, Sesame Tuna Bowls, or Lamb Kebab Bowls? For company, Lentil and Smoked Salmon Nicoise Bowls or Miso Noodle Bowls with Stir-Fried Beef will delight your guests. There are many vegan recipes, too, from Cauliflower Falafel Power Bowls to Spicy Sesame Tofu and Rice Bowls and beyond. A special chapter on fruit bowls has ideas for power-snacking, as well as for meals. Buddha bowls are elegant in appearance and flavor, but surprisingly easy to make—a perfect marriage of convenience and good taste. If you haven't tried them yet, now you have a great reason!
|Author||: Allison Day|
|Editor||: Simon and Schuster|
National Recipient of the Gourmand Award for Best Vegetarian Cookbook! From the creator of the award-winning food blog Yummy Beet, turn familiar and traditional tastes into healthy, one-bowl meals. Healthful, plentiful, and simple kitchen creations feel at home in a bowl. Whether a meal is enjoyed as a weekday breakfast for one or part of a leisurely dinner with friends, whole foods come to life when presented within the walls of this steadfast kitchen vessel. For Allison Day, the nutritionist and food blogger behind Yummy Beet, meal-sized bowl recipes showcase her love of this cozy serving dish, staying true to her philosophy of eating with visually alluring, seasonal, and delicious food you can feel good about. Along with more than fifty full-meal, vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free recipes (not to mention the dozens of mini recipes-within-recipes), these pages contain an innovative, easy-to-follow “Whole Bowls Formula” to build your own creations for quick, everyday lunches and dinners. Recipes include: Curried falafel and kale salad bowls Black bean bowls with butternut squash, black rice, and chimichurri Oat risotto bowls with soft-boiled eggs, avocado, and hazelnut dukkah Sunny citrus bowls with orange pomegranate salsa and lemon cream Carrot cake bowls with a cream cheese dollop and candied carrots Using real, fresh ingredients, Allison offers straightforward and approachable creations that can be made ahead of time, whipped up quickly on a weeknight, or invented off-the-cuff with her Bowl Formula Guide. With vibrant and exciting photography shot by Allison herself, you’ll be eager to cook and eat her fun, foolproof, and inventive whole bowls.
|Author||: Cara Carin Cifelli|
|Editor||: Page Street Publishing|
Simple Plant–Based Bowls to Nourish Your Body and Soul Cara Carin Cifelli makes it easy to turn fresh, unprocessed ingredients into grain bowls, salads, pasta bowls and soups that fuel your body and spirit for complete holistic health. Each recipe has the perfect balance of rich flavors, varied textures and healing ingredients, all cozied up together in a comforting bowl. Every bite will have your taste buds doing a happy dance! Not to mention your body will feel light, fresh and full of energy. Each chapter focuses on a different base for your Buddha bowl, so it’s easy to meal prep a big batch of wholesome grains to mix and match your meals throughout the week. From the Good Karma Bowl, Tropical Poke Bowls and Jicama Nacho Bowl to the “Cheezy” Butternut & Pesto Pasta and The Best Damn Taco Salad, these vibrant, nourishing recipes are sure to help you on your health journey, whether you’re just beginning to heal your body with plant-based meals or are building upon a foundation of healthy eating. With this cookbook, you can always count on finding inspired, nutrient-rich meals that taste delicious and make you feel your best.
|Author||: Carolynn Carreno|
|Editor||: Grand Central Life & Style|
A fresh and flexible approach to grain bowls--thoughtfully structured one-dish meals that marry health and flavor--from James Beard Award-winning journalist and acclaimed cookbook coauthor Carolynn Carreno. Gorgeous, layered, satisfying bowls have become the next wave of healthy eating. From food blogs to Instagram, farm-to-table bistros to chain restaurants, "the bowl" has become part of our culinary vocabulary. And whole grains are not just for hippies and health nuts anymore! Hearty grains like quinoa, farro, millet, and spelt are replacing flour or corn tortillas, bread, pasta, white rice, and mashed potatoes as the base or vehicle for other, richer, more complex ingredients. Bowls of Plenty brings grain bowls to the home cook, offering more than 75 recipes for hearty, grain-centric, one-dish meals that layer flavorful veggies and delicious sauces and vinaigrettes, with optional meats and dairy on a foundation of whole-grain staples. A mix sweet and savory breakfast bowls, salad bowls that will put an end to the sad desk lunch, flexible composed main dish bowls that work with all diets, and creative dessert bowls, Bowls of Plenty is a modern handbook for healthy and delicious cooking at home.
|Author||: Jackie Sobon|
|Editor||: Fair Winds Press (MA)|
Combine vegetables, protein, and whole grains in one dish to make a simple, complete, and nutritious meal with Vegan Bowl Attack! Bowl food. It's a hash tag. It's a buffet for one. It's a way of life. Simple and nourishing, vegan bowls are where it's at. Perfect for workday lunches, simple dinners, and even breakfast, these are meals so good you'll soon forget plates even exist. Inside you'll find more than 100 one-dish, plant-based bowls that feed every whim and fancy, created for you by author and vegan blogger extraordinaire Jackie Sobon. You don't have to be vegan to enjoy these recipes - you just need to love food! They're hearty and delicious, and sure to please any appetite. We're talking about: Peanut Butter Pretzel Oatmeal Biscuit Nacho Bowl Tex-Mex Potato Salad Spicy Sesame Brussels Bites Smoky Corn Chowder Bread Bowl Mean Green Ramen Kimchi Bowl with Red Curry Almond Sauce Spicy Sushi Bowl Raw Apple Crisp S'mores Pudding Bowl Grab your bowl, your appetite, and this book, and get ready to dig in! Forks and spoons optional.
|Author||: Nina Olsson|
|Editor||: Kyle Books|
Nina's recipes are always vegetarian and often vegan. Her food philosophy is all about balance and fun. `Good food comes from a good source and is made from scratch at home with love.' This is wholesome vegetarian food at its best, inspired by cooking from around the world. It captures many of the ongoing culinary trends today - home-cooked comfort meals, plant-based recipes, power bowls, sharing dishes, salads, smoothies and porridges - foods that can all be served in a bowl. The chapters are Morning Bowls, Comforting and Energising Soups, Fresh and Delicious Salads, Grain Bowls, Noodles, Zoodles and Pasta, Hearty Bowls, Gatherings and Sweets. With recipes including a Cosmic Green Smoothie; a Buddha Bowl; Creamy Avocado and Crispy Kale Soba Noodles; a Laksa Luxe Bowl; and Chai Poached Pears with Coconut Ice Cream, this book gives you easy recipes brimming with vitality and health.
|Author||: Julia Mueller|
|Editor||: Simon and Schuster|
Eat your way to health with a packed, wholesome, customizable paleo bowl. Quick, healthful, and comfortingly delicious, the bowl food trend is the busy person’s answer to jump-starting the ultimate paleo lifestyle! Build your own bowl with unprocessed, anti-inflammatory whole foods and nourish your body with one hundred gluten-free, dairy-free, and refined-sugar-free bowl recipes for a hearty breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A tremendous holistic resource, Paleo Power Bowls, filled with more than 100 gorgeous photos, is not only an essential guide to the paleo diet. It also promotes the concept of food as medicine and personalized nutrition—customizing what foods work for you based on your personal nutritional needs and gut biome. Mueller shows how to build a well-balanced bowl tailored to specific diets and restrictions, whether it is AIP, low-FODMAP, Whole30, vegetarian, or vegan. If you suffer from autoimmune disease or allergies, the book includes instructions for a thirty-day elimination diet. Paleo Power Bowls also features one-pot, slow cooker, and thirty-minute meals—including sides, condiments, and desserts—that can be assembled any night of the week. Learn to prepare: Spaghetti Squash with Broccoli & Pumpkin Seed Pesto Fluffy Poppy Seed Pancakes with Caramelized Figs All-the-Good-Veggies Detox Salad with Lemon-Parsley Dressing Chicken Tikka Masala with Cauliflower Rice Quick-and-Easy Turkey Meatballs with Zoodles Pumpkin Spice Chia Seed Pudding And more!
|Author||: Leanne Brown|
|Editor||: Workman Publishing|
By showing that kitchen skill, and not budget, is the key to great food, Good and Cheap will help you eat well—really well—on the strictest of budgets. Created for people who have to watch every dollar—but particularly those living on the U.S. food stamp allotment of $4.00 a day—Good and Cheap is a cookbook filled with delicious, healthful recipes backed by ideas that will make everyone who uses it a better cook. From Spicy Pulled Pork to Barley Risotto with Peas, and from Chorizo and White Bean Ragù to Vegetable Jambalaya, the more than 100 recipes maximize every ingredient and teach economical cooking methods. There are recipes for breakfasts, soups and salads, lunches, snacks, big batch meals—and even desserts, like crispy, gooey Caramelized Bananas. Plus there are tips on shopping smartly and the minimal equipment needed to cook successfully. And when you buy one, we give one! With every copy of Good and Cheap purchased, the publisher will donate a free copy to a person or family in need. Donated books will be distributed through food charities, nonprofits, and other organizations. You can feel proud that your purchase of this book supports the people who need it most, giving them the tools to make healthy and delicious food. An IACP Cookbook Awards Winner.
|Author||: Sapana Chandra|
|Editor||: Sasquatch Books|
70 nourishing plant-based bowls to energize and fuel your body naturally—from Instagram star, certified health coach, and Real + Vibrant’s Sapana Chandra Not strictly for vegans, these recipes will appeal to everyone who wants to include more plant-based meals in their diets. As a certified health coach, Sapana ensures that each bowl contains a balance of healthy fats, complex carbohydrates, and proteins—plus the yum factor! The recipes in this book honor Sapana's common-sense philosophy for good health: eat real (food) and live well, and you will feel vibrant. Recipes are arranged seasonally so you can make the most of your area's local bounty and eat fresh throughout the year, including offerings such as: • Shaved Asparagus & Barley Bowl • Roasted Beet & Orange Bowl with a Pistachio-Lemon Dressing • Watermelon Poke with Spicy Siracha Dressing • Curried Cauliflower Bowl served with a Cilantro Chutney • Warming Chickpea Coconut Curry Bowl • White Bean & Crispy Rosemary Potato Bowl • Coconut Chia Pudding Bowl with Caramelized Bananas • Rosewater Bliss Ball & Yogurt Bowl • Coconut-milk-based ice creams, such as Blackberry-Lavender, Ash-Lemon, and Chocolate-Tahini Fudge
|Author||: Lukas Volger|
|Editor||: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt|
“An of-the-moment healthy food trend . . . smart, simple recipes that range from Fennel Pho to Summer Squash Dumplings and a Black Rice Burrito Bowl.”—Well+Good, “The 10 Most Exciting Health Books to Read in 2016” A restorative bowl of vegetarian ramen sent Lukas Volger on a quest to capture the full flavor of all the one-bowl meals that are the rage today—but in vegetarian form. With the bowl as organizer, the possibilities for improvisational meals full of seasonal produce and herbs are nearly endless. Volger’s ramen explorations led him from a simple bowl of miso ramen to a glorious summer ramen with corn broth, tomatoes, and basil. From there, he went on to the Vietnamese noodle soup pho, with combinations like caramelized spring onions, peas, and baby bok choy. His edamame dumplings with mint are served in soup or over salad, while spicy carrot dumplings appear over toasted quinoa and kale for a rounded dinner. Imaginative grain bowls range from ratatouille polenta to black rice burrito with avocado. And unlike their meatier counterparts, these dishes can be made in little time and without great expense. Volger also includes many tips, techniques, and indispensable base recipes perfected over years of cooking, including broths, handmade noodles, sauces, and garnishes. Photographs by Michael Harlan Turkell. “Brims with brilliant noodle-broth ideas. Cherry-pick the toppings you like, or follow the full recipes—either way, you’ll be floored by just how delicious this dorm-room classic can be.”—Oprah.com “Explores vegetarian versions of the best bowl foods from around the globe.”—Epicurious, “The 30 Most Exciting New Spring Cookbooks” “A go-to cookbook for Asian-inspired vegetarian soups, noodle bowls, and dumplings.”—Library Journal (starred review)
|Author||: Kathryne Taylor|
The path to a healthy body and happy belly is paved with real food--fresh, wholesome, sustainable food--and it doesn't need to be so difficult. No one knows this more than Kathryne Taylor of America's most popular vegetarian food blog, Cookie and Kate. With Love Real Food, she offers over 100 approachable and outrageously delicious meatless recipes complete with substitutions to make meals special diet-friendly (gluten-free, dairy-free, and egg-free) whenever possible. Her book is designed to show everyone--vegetarians, vegans, and meat-eaters alike--how to eat well and feel well. With brand-new, creative recipes, Taylor inspires you to step into the kitchen and cook wholesome plant-based meals, again and again. She'll change your mind about kale and quinoa, and show you how to make the best granola you’ve ever tasted. You'll find make-your-own instant oatmeal mix and fluffy, naturally sweetened, whole-grain blueberry muffins, hearty green salads and warming soups, pineapple pico de gallo, healthier homemade pizzas, and even a few favorites from the blog. Of course, Love Real Food wouldn't be complete without plenty of stories starring Taylor's veggie-obsessed, rescue dog sous-chef, Cookie! Taylor celebrates whole foods by encouraging you not just to "eat this," but to eat like this. Take it from her readers: you'll love how you feel.
|Author||: Anna Shillinglaw Hampton|
|Editor||: Hardie Grant Publishing|
Ancient grains are making their way back into the modern day diet, which is great news for health-inspired home cooks. They have always been around, but until recently mostly enjoyed in the processed form, which removes the outer healthy layers, as well as much needed vitamins, minerals and antioxidants from our diet. Now you can easily find whole grains like spelt, freekeh and barley to incorporate into your very own meal in a bowl. Eliminating the need for a fork and knife, the grain bowl offers convenience while still using good-quality ingredients. There are recipes for every appetite, including lighter fare such as salads, filling vegetarian (even vegan) meals, as well as heartier bowls with meat and seafood. There are one-pot recipes such as stews and risottos, as well as classic assembled grain bowls topped with dressings and sauces. All of them can be prepared in advance for quick, healthy weekday meals that are far from boring. Many of the dishes use gluten-free grains, such as buckwheat and rice. And grain bowl additions, such as fruits, vegetables and proteins are so adaptable that it is easy to eliminate or add items based on any fussy eaters in the family.
|Author||: Daniella Chace|
|Editor||: Running Press Adult|
A satisfyingly simple guide to making a delicious treat with a nutritional punch! Why shouldn't good-for-you food taste good, too? Superfood Smoothie Bowls is the perfect solution for anyone who wants protein-packed meals that taste more like ice cream sundaes than health food! With 100 easy recipes to try, there's a smoothie bowl for every craving and occasion. Each recipe is dairy-free, gluten-free, low in sugar, and packed with cancer-fighting superfoods, so you can meet your healthy eating goals without sacrificing the desire for something sweet and filling. Try delicious recipes like: Blueberry Cherry Whip Vanilla Pumpkin Cream Almond Banana Crunch Tangerine Pomegranate Sorbet Golden Granola Powerhouse Why a bowl? Author Daniella Chace asserts eating food that requires chewing triggers the release of cleansing digestive enzymes, making for a more fulfilling meal. So trade in your straw for a spoon and enjoy a tasty treat perfect for breakfast, lunch, or anytime you get a craving for something sweet, satisfying, and good for you!
|Author||: Britt Brandon|
|Editor||: Simon and Schuster|
Make your meals work for you! Power bowls are the newest nutritional trend--and for good reason. These versatile dishes are all about macronutrients and are packed with whole, nutrient-dense foods that are filling, satisfying, and completely free of empty calories and processed and refined foods. Best of all, the wholesome ingredients can be mixed, matched, and combined to create delicious meals that provide specific health benefits. Inside, you'll find 140 delicious power bowl recipes created to deliver specific nutrients that provide fourteen different health benefits, including bowls for: Pre- and Post-Workout Weight Loss Cleanses and Detox Better Immunity A Healthy Heart Reduced Inflammation Better Digestion Anti-Aging And More! With detailed nutrition information and a gorgeous photo for every recipe, The Power Bowl Recipe Book is the first step on the road to ultimate health!
|Author||: America's Test Kitchen|
|Editor||: America's Test Kitchen|
A healthy, customizable way to cook every day with 75 complete bowl recipes and mix-and-match bases, toppings, and sauces Want to cook healthier low-stress dinners, improve your lunch game, and find meals that can be prepped mostly in advance? Bowls are for you! The beauty of building a meal in a bowl is its versatility, and this book helps you compose 75 interesting bowls that incorporate a multitude of flavors and textures, from a Harvest Bowl to a Pork Mojo Quinoa Bowl, all while streamlining prep work to keep them casual and fun. Where to start? Choose your base--we've got chapters based on grains, noodles, greens, and broths--and then peruse options as diverse as Seared Tuna Poke Bowl, Green Fried Rice Bowl, Indian-Spiced Chicken Zoodle Bowl, and Vietnamese Beef Pho. Components within recipes are frequently interchangeable, so if you've got pre-cooked grains on hand, or a rotisserie chicken, you can easily swap these foods in. (Lunch tip: Most bowl components can also be made the day before and transported.) Feel like improvising? Turn to our Bowl Basics section which offers 100 components, from Quinoa Pilaf to Quick Pickled Carrot Ribbons. Our vibrant Beet Tzatziki sauce or crunchy Savory Seed Brittle might be just the ticket to transform your bowl improvisation into something special, and everything can be made in advance and stored. Looking to eat vegetarian, vegan, or gluten-free? You'll find plenty of options here, plus full nutritional information for every recipe.
|Author||: Zsu Dever|
|Editor||: Andrews McMeel Publishing|
Many of the recipes can be made in 30 minutes or less. You'll enjoy satisfying bowls of soup and salad bowls, such as Vietnamese Seitan Pho, Rhode Isoland Chowder, Sizzling Southwest Fajita Salad, and Tapenade Panzanella. The book also features enticing breakfast bowls and international specialties, such as Chickpea Brasoi, Lentil Picadillo, and Jerk Tofu over Coconut Rice. Fun to make and serve, the more than 100 main dish bowls include: Summer Orzotto Bowl Mushroom Carbonara Vegan Gyros Bowl Sofrito Crusted Tempeh Bowl Korean Bean Bulgogi Grilled Potato Salad Bowl All the components for these one-bowl meals have been matched perfectly for a truly great eating experience. The recipes sound like they’re from an upscale restaurant, but they are simple to prepare and use familiar ingredients. Best of all, every savory recipe is a complete meal all contained in a single cozy bowl: protein, starch, vegetables and flavors, flavors, flavors! Also includes full-color photos, cooking tips, tricks, and a resources list.
|Author||: Sara Forte|
|Editor||: Ten Speed Press|
Sprouted Kitchen food blogger Sara Forte showcases 100 tempting recipes that take advantage of fresh produce, whole grains, lean proteins, and natural sweeteners—with vivid flavors and seasonal simplicity at the forefront. Sara Forte is a food-loving, wellness-craving veggie enthusiast who relishes sharing a wholesome meal with friends and family. The Sprouted Kitchen features 100 of her most mouthwatering recipes. Richly illustrated by her photographer husband, Hugh Forte, this bright, vivid book celebrates the simple beauty of seasonal foods with original recipes—plus a few favorites from her popular Sprouted Kitchen food blog tossed in for good measure. The collection features tasty snacks on the go like Granola Protein Bars, gluten-free brunch options like Cornmeal Cakes with Cherry Compote, dinner party dishes like Seared Scallops on Black Quinoa with Pomegranate Gastrique, “meaty” vegetarian meals like Beer Bean– and Cotija-Stuffed Poblanos, and sweet treats like Cocoa Hazelnut Cupcakes. From breakfast to dinner, snack time to happy hour, The Sprouted Kitchen will help you sneak a bit of delicious indulgence in among the vegetables.
|Author||: Angela Liddon|
|Editor||: Penguin Group Australia|
The long-awaited debut cookbook from one of the most popular vegan food bloggers of our time. After a decade of struggling with an eating disorder and subsisting on low-calorie processed foods, Angela Liddon vowed to get healthy once and for all. Done with feeling sick and tired she threw out her margarine and low-calorie pre-prepared dinners, and embraced whole foods that made her glow from the inside out. But first she had to learn how to cook. Five years ago, Angela started a blog, ohsheglows.com, to spread the word about her journey to health and the powerful transformation that food can make in our lives. Now, in The Oh She Glows Cookbook, Angela shares more than 100 delicious recipes such as go-to breakfasts, protein-packed snacks, hearty mains and decadent desserts. The Oh She Glows Cookbook is also allergy-friendly, with many gluten-free and soy-free options. Whether you are a vegan or you simply want to incorporate a few vegan meals into your week, Angela's recipes are a must-have for anyone who longs to eat well, feel great, and simply glow! 'The Amazing thing about Angela's recipes is that you completely forget they are vegan. Nacho dips, doughnuts and veggie loaves - food we never imagined a healthy, vegan version of.' David Frenkiel and Luise Vindahl, authors of Vegetarian Everyday 'So many things I want to make! This is a book you'll want on the shelf.' Sara Forte, author of The Sprouted Kitchen 'The Oh She Glows Cookbook proves that vegan is not a four-letter word!' Sarah Britton, creator of the blog My New Roots