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  • The Total Greek Yoghurt Cookbook - Hardback - 9780857832634 - Sophie Michell
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    Packed with over 120 recipes provided by Sophie Michell of television's Cook Yourself Thin, the Total Greek Yoghurt Cookbook is an exploration of the wonders of Greek yoghurt and how it can be incorporated into every-day cooking - creating meals that are low in calories but big on flavour.

    Containing only two ingredients, milk and yoghurt cultures, Greek yoghurt is a perfect alternative to cream, cream fraiche and mayonnaise - but that's not all... In this tasty cookbook, readers will be treated to delicious recipes from Small Plates & Soups to Main Plates, Sweet Shakes, Smoothies and more - all of which employ Greek yoghurt as a key ingredient.

    With beautiful, simplistic photography, easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions and a personal introduction to each of her dishes provided by Sophie Michell, the Total Greek Yoghurt Cookbook is the ideal healthy-eating companion for those looking for creative and delicious ways to eat healthily.
  • Cheese - Hardback - 9781849499668 - Michel Roux
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    If you love cheese, you will adore Michel Roux's new cookbook. It's full of classic recipes and techniques that will help you make the most of all sorts of cheese in your cooking. Of course, the results are fantastic.

    Among the dishes Michel shows you how to make are raclette, cheese straws, lobster gratin and what he describes as the 'greatest ever ravioli and pizza'. There are also sweeter treats including orange cheesecake and souffle.

    The Michelin-starred chef also offers suggestions for alternatives depending on your personal taste of strong or mild flavours.
  • AASSN
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    'Not everyone can keep a cow, but everyone can make cheese.' This book shows you the very basic equipment needed to make your own cheese: the ingredients, including different milks, herbs and flavours; how to make a simple cheese; and how to produce some of the worlds speciality cheeses such as Roquefort, Brie and Edam. You will find recipes for making many cheeses at home. Whether you are making a cheese cake, a ricotta-based pudding or a stonking salty blue, this book is a cheese lover's guide to making their own favourite food - and there are some recipes for the biscuits to go with it, too.
  • ANLJM
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    Explore cheese in its many glorious varieties - the science, the smells, the succulence! The grandest fromages, the finest Feta, the most delicious Manchego: celebrate the glorious variety, quality and pleasure of great cheeses from around the world. You'll find detailed profiles of over 750 cheeses from France to Australia. Develop an in-depth understanding of different cheese - from its provenance, to the producers, science, smells, how to savour each taste and even step-by-steps on how to make cheese. This updated edition reflects growing trends such as interest in American and Asian varieties which no cheese board is complete without. No cheese lover should be without it!
  • ANQLN
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    Following the enormous success of her first book, The Cheese Room, Patricia Michelson now unlocks the door of her award-winning Marylebone Village store, La Fromagerie, to share her knowledge and explore the world of artisan cheese. She derives ongoing inspiration and fantastic produce from the many small independent cheese producers around the globe who supply her. For Patricia, these producers are unsung heroes - a source of great delight and a fount of knowledge. The book charts her cheese journey, explaining how one food source has inspired and supported a shop, a cafe and an international network of small producers, from the Savoie in France, home to raclette comtoise, via the British Devon countryside and Colston Bassett Stilton to the Lombardy hills of Italy and its celebrated taleggio valsassia. By taking the reader on a journey, both geographical and inspirational, Patricia shares her own sense of discovery in her fascinating stories about the wonderful artisan cheeses from around the world. Patricia's traveller's tales are followed by explanations of the personalities of her many favourite cheeses as well as over a hundred accompanying recipes. Patricia's enthusiasm for cheese and incredible knowledge are universally admired and hugely infectious - qualities that create a book of distinction and quality.
  • AQYSX
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    About 70 recipes featuring grilled cheese plus other yummy specialties from San Francisco's American Grilled Cheese Kitchen, including soups, mac & cheese, and amazing breakfast sandwiches (a strength for them), plus pickles, butters, and spreads.
  • ARGNO
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    Make the most of this perennially popular ingredient with more than 60 delicious recipes. Whether you choose a classic dish or try one of the many inspired new ideas, you'll find cheese recipes suitable for every taste and occasion and all cheese lovers! Cheese is perfect served with drinks and party nibbles in Small Bites & Appetizers, include melt-in-the-mouth Cheddar & Black Pepper Straws and stylish Cucumber & Fromage Blanc Verrines with Shrimp. Discover fresh-tasting plates and warming bowlfuls in Salads & Soups, such as Chicory Salad with Roquefort, Celery & Walnuts and French Onion Soup with Gruyere Toasts. In Quiches, Tarts & Pies there's plenty to tempt, including Leek & Dolcelatte Quiche and Greek Spinach & Feta Pastries. Who can resist melted cheese? In Hot Sandwiches & Pizza, you'll find a golden and gooey Ultimate Grilled Cheese and an indulgent Italian Four-cheese Pizza. And of course cheese and eggs make an ideal pairing. Simple weeknight recipes for Frittatas, Omelets & Pancakes are hard to beat. Why not rustle up a Manchego & Piquillo Pepper Spanish Tortilla or an Oven-roasted Vegetable & Mozzarella Frittata.Comforting Pasta & Rice dishes include Mushroom & Taleggio Mac 'n' Cheese and a sophisticated Saffron Risotto with Aged Pecorino, Serrano Ham & Sage, perfect for feeding friends. Cheese also works well as an ingredient in Breads & Baking. Try a slice of Roasted Vegetable & Ricotta Loaf or a Parmesan & Bacon Scone for a satisfying lunch. Finally, indulge in one of the heavenly Desserts, such as Warm Pear, Gorgonzola & Maple Pecan Tartlets and Lavender Honey & Vanilla Baked Cheesecake. Whether you are cooking a simple family meal or want to impress your guests, you'll find a winning cheese-based recipe here.
  • BRYYA
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    These easy yet decadent recipes will change the way you eat and cook with cheese. A workhorse of the kitchen, cheese adds depth, flavour, and texture to sauces, soups, sandwiches, dips and snacks, fondues, and every dish you truly love. Melt, Stretch, and Sizzle demystifies recipes for delicate baked ricotta with herbs, a perfectly puffed dutch baby with bacon, pecorino popovers fit for any holiday party, and Brazil s crave-inducing pao de quiejo. Alongside cheese, the humble potato becomes an elegant gratin, is doused in cheese curds and gravy for poutine, and melts into the ultimate aligot. The author also refreshes old favourites, such as studding traditional baked pasta with a whole burrata, and describes a host of creative grilled cheese combinations. The finishing epic raclette spread with multiple menus will inspire your next legendary dinner party. Keenan imparts useful expertise on the ways the different types of cheese age and melt, educating readers on the right ones to source for each application. Whether looking for all-new avenues of cheesy bliss or modern twists on well-loved dishes, cheese lovers will dive in headlong and never look back.
  • BRYVS
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    Bread & Butter is a love letter to two glorious, artisanal products that have graced our tables for centuries. The book delves deep into the history and culture behind the bread and butter partnership, taking a global overview that brings us to the present day. It also shares more than 50 outstanding sweet and savoury recipes that celebrate the best of both bread and butter. There are key recipes for a variety of breads (flatbreads, brioche, grain loaf) and butters (real butter, ghee, flavoured spreads), as well as recipes that bring the two together, from simple buttermilk scones or bread puddings, to a brioche and brown butter ice-cream and spelt buttermilk pancakes. Bread and butter are put on the table to be eaten and enjoyed, and this book shows you how to prepare both brilliantly - but it also explores how bread and butter are eaten across the world. It covers the traditions, the flavours and the making processes. And it's a celebration of the most humble, but arguably most important, pairings in food history.
  • BSYBD
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    Cheese, unlike other foods or culinary ingredients, is not a recently ""fashionable"" product. Its roots go back to ancient times. It was one of the favourite foods of the Greeks and Romans and in Egypt it was considered as one of their basic foods. Cheese now appears on the menus of the most luxurious restaurants, is a faithful companion for excursions and picnics, is a snack for children of almost all ages, is the food of the poor, is the joy of the gourmet, is the sandwich of choice... It is a universal panacea inside and outside the kitchen, and this is what this book reflects.
  • BCXEM
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    After years of being treated like the pariah in the fridge, dairy is making a comeback. A raft of recent health and nutritional studies have shown that cutting milk, cream and cheese from our diet has made us deficient in essential nutrients. If the benefits of eating more dairy cannot be disputed, the challenge of how we include it in our diet without gaining weight remains. In The Modern Dairy, Annie Bell revisits and revises old habits, overturns myths and puts paid to bad science and misconceptions with recipes that celebrate dairy but demonstrate how it can be used in new, healthier ways. Most cheeses, for example, come loaded with flavour, so can be used sparingly - you can can make a fab salad with a pile of crips leaves, walnuts and pistachios, plus a few shavings of Parmesan, which will allow you to omit the salt in the dressing and go easy on the oil, and it will be as delicous as it is healthy.
  • BMKSH
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    Nothing beats a really good cheese. These days you can buy great dairy products locally, made using high-quality ingredients and with a unique flavour of their own. The next step is to try your hand at making yoghurt, labneh, mozzarella and even deliciious matured cheeses yourself. The River Cottage ethos is all about knowing the whole story behind what you put on the table; and as Steven Lamb explains in this thorough, accessible guide, the key ingredient is milk. He shows you exactly what to do to take it from its liquid form to a wide range of dairy products, from clotted cream to a washed-rind cheese. There are also plenty of gorgeous recipes that make the most of cheese and other dairy goods - as you'd hope, they involve such pleasures as dunking carbs into a pot of melty cheese; biting down on a delicate cheese wafer; or whipping up the best ever cheesecake. With an introduction by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and plenty of helpful photographs, this book is the indispensable guide to crafting and enjoying cheese and other dairy products.
  • BOACG
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    Wine and Spirits Book of the Year 2017 In little more than a century, the drive towards industrial and intensive farming has altered every aspect of the cheesemaking process, from the bodies of the animals that provide the milk to the science behind the microbial strains that ferment it. Reinventing the Wheel explores what has been lost as expressive, artisanal cheeses that convey a sense of place have given way to the juggernaut of homogeneous factory production. While Bronwen and Francis Percival lament the decline of farmhouse cheese and reject the consequences of industrialisation, this book's message is one of optimism. Scientists have only recently begun to reveal the significance of the healthy microbial communities that contribute to the flavour and safety of cheese, while local producers are returning to the cheese-making methods of their parents and grandparents. This smart, engaging book sheds light on the surprising truths and science behind the dairy industry. Discover how, one experiment at a time, these dynamic communities of researchers and cheesemakers are reinventing the wheel.
  • AJKTE
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    In late May 2011, owner and ice-cream maker Brian Smith was prepared with 130 gallons of homemade, artisanal concoctions for the opening of Ample Hills Creamery, Brooklyn. Four days later he had sold out. That year, more than 100,000 scoops of ice cream were made and sold and the success continues today. Ample Hills goes through at least 50 gallons of its signature Salted Crack Caramel every week. More than a hundred flavours have been created at the shop, the book features 75 of these sought-after recipes, including Salted Crack Caramel, Ooey Gooey and the Munchies. The recipes are organised in a unique way; with ice cream flavours presented by mood: a scoop of Black Cow Float if you're feeling nostalgic, a combination of baked chocolate chip cookies and cookie dough if you're heartbroken. Filled with stories, recipes, helpful tips and ideas, Ample Hills Creamery also boasts mouthwatering photography of the ingredients and final products as well hand-drawn illustrations.
  • AGUAZ
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    Chickens are a fantastic addition to a garden or outdoors space - you don't have to live in the back of beyond to have a few clucking around and giving you fresh eggs. They come in all shapes and sizes: some are layers, some are just born to strut. Mark Diacono begins at the basics, showing how you can raise chickens from eggs, and look after them once they start laying their own. The first part of Chicken & Eggs explains how to think ahead about what kind of chickens you want and how many to get, whether you are going for a breed that lays eggs regularly, or that you might eventually use for eating, or that simply looks decorative. You can choose from Orpingtons, Derbyshire redcaps, Muffed Old English Game, Leghorns and many more. Mark then goes on to show how you can breed chickens, encourage them to lay, work out what kind of eggs you have (are they destined for the eggcup, or will they hatch into baby chicks?), and take care of them day to day, as well as how you can go about getting the birds on the table. The final part of the book is a recipe section that goes far beyond the roast, with lots of delicious ideas for fresh eggs or home-reared chicken. With an introduction by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, this is an essential guide for anyone who can't stop thinking about chicks.
  • AUNFH
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    Milk. Made. is an elegant and comprehensive tour of the art of cheese-making and eating - from selecting cultures, to the practises of production that cross continents, and right through to the best recipes to enjoy them. Within the pages, you will find sections on the key types of cheese (and other dairy products) as well as how to make the cheese, store the cheese, serve the cheese, and the history of the cheese itself. For those who don't want to make it but simply love to eat it, Milk. Made. includes 60 comprehensive recipes such as croque monsieur, onion soup with grilled cheese croutons, beetroot and feta tart, sour cream scones, classic fondue and many more. Accompanied by photographer Alan Benson, Nick visits internationally renowned cheesemakers in Australia, France, the UK, Switzerland, and the US interviewing some of the most inspiring cheese connoisseurs from around the world. From the Le Sapalet Dairy in the picturesque Switzerland to American cheese authority Peter Dixon, of Parish House Creamery in Vermont; and cheddar specialists Westcombe Dairy in England, to the maturation cellars at Fort Des Rousse on the French/Swiss border. Milk.Made. takes readers behind the scenes sharing the history, and busting the myths. At once casual, familiar, sophisticated and cultured, this book is the ultimate guide to cheese-making and the best cheeses of the world. As a successful cheesemaker himself, Nick also shares his knowledge of making, serving and storing cheese at home, as well as more than 70 recipes that celebrate it in its myriad glorious forms. Whether it be a winning saag paneer, the definitive margherita, or the perfect fondue, there is a dish here for every type of cheese lover. With its elegant design and stunning photography Milk. Made. gives you all the information you need to make good choices about cheese, and having bought it, how to store it, serve it and cook with it. If cheese is your thing, Milk. Made. Is for you.
  • BRZZQ
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    Forget the cheese plate! A cheese ball is the perfect way to shake up the appetizer spread. This cheerfully cheesy cookbook with a die-cut cover and exposed spine collects more than 30 simple recipes for this retro treat as well as quick and easy dippers and toppings to serve alongside. There's the classic Port Wine, the zesty Jalapeno Popper, the sweet Lemon Poppy Seed, the elegant Garden Herb, and many more. With cheese balls for every occasion and time of year, helpful tips for rolling the perfect ball and creating fun shapes, plus suggestions of what to serve alongside each recipe, Cheese Balls is a delicious party waiting to happen.
  • BPWHV
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    Learn to make frozen yogurt at home that's just as light, smooth, and delightful as what you buy. You'll use Greek yogurt as a base and a basic ice cream machine to make these 56 flavour recipes that range from traditional to artisanal, including black cherry vanilla, toasted coconut, peach Melba, chai spice, watermelon, maple bacon, chocolate malted, pistachio, and browned butter pecan. An additional 50 recipes for treats like blueberry sugar cookie sandwiches, brownie baked Alaska, Neapolitan semifreddo, cinnamon bun pops, and salted caramel swirl bonbons ensure this is the sweetest guide ever to making and enjoying frozen yogurt.
  • AUHSR
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    Eggs are a kitchen basic. Most people buy them, and use them as a standby - a quick omelette, scrambled eggs or the good old full English breakfast.Posh Eggs makes the humble egg the star of the show, with 70 recipes that make a meal out of this easy ingredient.From hearty dishes like Mediterranean red pepper eggs with tahini yoghurt, to healthy salads like quail's eggs, beetroot and tarragon, you'll never again be stuck for a quick and original idea for mealtimes. Whether it's a classic Spanish tortilla with an oozing middle, or an unctuous soft-boiled egg on top of udon broth, there's nothing that can't be improved by the addition of an egg.With a guide to the basics of cooking eggs, plus a photo for every single recipe, this is the ultimate gifty cookbook or self-purchase for egg addicts, expert chefs and novices alike.
  • AYJVY
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    Ready to eat in just minutes and devoured in seconds, the grilled cheese sandwich is the perfect quick and cheap meal. Combining quality breads and cheeses, create fun and quirky recipes from ideas for breakfast, such as Greece is the Word (Labneh, Fresh Fig and Honey) or California Dreaming (Goats Cheese, Bacon and Avocado), to posh dinners including Wanna Date? (Hallomi, Dates, Harissa and Mint) and the Camembert Reynolds (Camembert, Turkey and Cranberry). And if that's not enough, why not have the Return of the Mac (Mac and Grilled Cheese) or the Sloppy Joe (Fontina and Meatballs) as a midnight snack? It's not all about savoury varieties though, there are also sweet treats such as the Please Sir, Can I have Some S'more (Mascarpone and Chocolate) or a Banoffee toastie (Banana, Dulce de Leche and Mascarpone) amongst many others. All recipes are easy and quick to make at home so you can get your delicious cheese fix as soon as you need one!
  • BSJGY
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    Where can you read about a monstrous cheese big enough to hold a girl of 13 inside? Or that the invention of the bicycle directly, and poorly, impacted sales of cheddar? Or that some of the first cheese makers hid gold coins inside their wheels of dairy as a sales tool? Brethren, the writer calls you this because he hopes that you are `cheese-minded' like himself. This classic and charming book, a timeless love letter to English cheeses was first published in 1937, newly rediscovered and charmingly illustrated by EH Shepard. It is a treasure trove of wonderful anecdotes including the tale of the monstrous cheese big enough to hold a 13-year-old inside, the Stilton that purred like a cat and the famous cheesemaker in Manchester who selected which Cheshire cheese to sell based on where the mice had been nibbling `as they were the best judges of a good cheese'. Sir John Squire, a notable journalist of the time, collected together `a galaxy of talent', with the aim of making this `one of the most delightful and entertaining gift books that has ever been published'. Each of the distinguished ten contributors champion an individual cheese, setting forward their passionate and compelling arguments, celebrating the differences and delights of each type. Through their explorations, the chequered beauties of the English landscape unfolds. It will certainly whet the appetite for English cheese, for that is ultimately what matters most, as after all `the only way to learn about cheese is to eat it.'
  • APLFF
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    Broaden your palate and enhance your appreciation for gourmet flavor combinations withTasting Wine and Cheese. Is there anything better than a great wine and cheese pairing? You might enjoy a robust cabernet with the sharp, aged cheddar, or perhaps a crisp Sancerre with a tangy, creamy chevre. Based on the curriculum Adam Centamore developed teaching at Formaggio Kitchen and the Boston Wine School, Tasting Wine and Cheese guides you through the world of flavor pairing with an emphasis on understanding and developing your own palate. Maitre d 'Fromage Adam Centamore teaches you how to first taste wines and cheeses separately, allowing you to understand the complex profiles of reds, whites, aged, and fresh. But wading through these waters is only half the battle. Tasting Wine and Cheese takes you on a journey through pairings of cheeses with white, red, sparkling, and dessert wines. There is even a section to help you pair condiments with your wine and cheese. Whether you're looking to broaden your appreciation for gourmet combinations or simply looking for a menu to host a party, you'll find everything that you need in this comprehensive guide. "Adam Centamore is a master at making the perfect wine and cheese match. The interactive pairing workshop he teaches is one of our most popular Wine School classes ever." - Jonathan Alsop, founder & executive director of the Boston Wine School and author of Wine Lover's Devotional: 365 Days of Knowledge, Advice and Lore for the Ardent Aficionado "Wine and cheese pairings decoded! In Tasting Wine and Cheese, Adam employs the same approach in this book as he does his classes - comprehensive, fun and filled with practical information for anyone interested in the enjoyment of food. The result is a pairing of its own as both a solid primer and a worthwhile reference for your future wine and cheese pairing adventures." - Tim Bucciarelli - Manager, Formaggio Kitchen
  • AQJHQ
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    Whether you are a beginner or consider yourself a connoisseur, the Bedford Cheese Shop's A First Course in Cheese provides you with everything you need to know about how to choose, taste, pair, and enjoy the rich, delicious, and varied types of cheeses from around the world. With stunning imagery throughout, you'll learn: - The science of the cheese-making process. - The many different and best types of cheeses available, from cheddar, gouda, mozzarella, chevre and more - How to best pair cheese with beverages and other foods - The different aging environments and why they matter to a cheese lover - Tools of the trade and proper storage notes - Delicious recipes for hard and soft cheeses alike - Detailed information about regions, composition, and much more Once you've taken this first course, you will never feel intimidated by the vast selection at your local cheesemonger again, as you are armed with the knowledge that you're going to walk home with the perfect cheese in hand.
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    Not only are they delicious, cheese toasties are also cheap and wonderfully simple to make. Becks guides you through the best equipment and ingredients to use to ensure your cheese toastie has the perfect initial crunch and stringy, melty inside. The book is divided into two scrumptious sections; Marvellous Melts for Every Day and Sensational Sandwiches for Special Occasions, giving you plenty of recipes to choose from whether you want minimum effort or maximum creativity. With recipes such as The Brie-l Deal (brie, charred pear and rocket), The Hipster (whipped goat's cheese, spiced pumpkin and kale) and The Best French Toast (brioche, nutella and mascarpone), there is a recipe to suit your every mood. The perfect gift for any cheese lover, Melt it is bursting with your new favourite toastie recipes.