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By Malini Rajoo

It is no secret that preparing and cooking a meal is good for our souls, bodies, and minds. With that in mind, Malini Rajoo shares a collection of family recipes that demonstrate how easy it is to make and eat healthy, flavourful multi-cultural food every day.

Malini, who has been long inspired by her parents and their love of cooking healthy foods, offers a diverse range of family recipes that provide vegetarian, gluten-free, seafood, and baked options sure to please both sophisticated and picky palates. Including dishes like vegetarian curry with stir-fried cabbage, gluten-free spaghetti with prawns and cherry tomatoes, and banana bread with walnuts, chia seeds, and jarrah honey, Malini’s delicious and easy-to-prepare recipes use healthy oils and authentic Indian and Western spices that meld beautiful flavours with vitamin-rich ingredients. Included is useful information on the history and healthful aspects of a variety of ingredients like Bok Choy, tofu, and chilies.

A diverse collection of both modern and traditional recipes, Good Food for Good Health fuses foods from different cultures, encourages cooking with passion, and promotes healthy eating.


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By Malini Rajoo

It is no secret that preparing and cooking a meal is good for our souls, bodies, and minds. With that in mind, Malini Rajoo shares a collection of family recipes that demonstrate how easy it is to make and eat healthy, flavourful multi-cultural food every day.

Malini, who has been long inspired by her parents and their love of cooking healthy foods, offers a diverse range of family recipes that provide vegetarian, gluten-free, seafood, and baked options sure to please both sophisticated and picky palates. Including dishes like vegetarian curry with stir-fried cabbage, gluten-free spaghetti with prawns and cherry tomatoes, and banana bread with walnuts, chia seeds, and jarrah honey, Malini’s delicious and easy-to-prepare recipes use healthy oils and authentic Indian and Western spices that meld beautiful flavours with vitamin-rich ingredients. Included is useful information on the history and healthful aspects of a variety of ingredients like Bok Choy, tofu, and chilies.

A diverse collection of both modern and traditional recipes, Good Food for Good Health fuses foods from different cultures, encourages cooking with passion, and promotes healthy eating.


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By Uma Aggarwal

America is often called the world’s melting pot, a title that proudly celebrates its joyful amalgamation of many peoples, cultures, customs, languages and flavors. From every region of the world, people make the journey to start new lives in the United States, and they bring these international charms with them. America accepts people of all cultures and traditions with open arms.

Home chef Uma Aggarwal, the author of The Exquisite World of Indian Cuisine and America’s Favorite Recipes, Part I, presents a new collection of these melting-pot recipes, focusing specifically on entrées. An avid and passionate student of American cooking, she shares helpful information about the origin and history of these recipes as well. She uses exquisite Indian herbs and spices for both the flavor and the health benefits they impart.

Inside, you’ll find recipes for:
Salmon Wellington Salmon Puff Pastry with Mushroom Duxelles
Oven-Roasted Pulled Pork
French Beef Bourguignon
Green Curry Chicken with Peas and Basil
Lemony Broccoli and Chick Peas Rigatoni
Sweet and Sour Tofu (Ma Po Tofu)
Kim Chi Fried Rice with Korean Pepper Paste
Vegetarian Chimichangas with Bean and Cheese Filling
Swiss and Gouda Curry Fondue
And more

Thanks to the contributions of generations of international cooks, the face of American cuisine is a dynamic one. Now, home chefs can easily draw inspiration from these pioneers. Bring the flavors of the world home today, with America’s Favorite Recipes, Part II.


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By Uma Aggarwal

America is often called the world’s melting pot, a title that proudly celebrates its joyful amalgamation of many peoples, cultures, customs, languages and flavors. From every region of the world, people make the journey to start new lives in the United States, and they bring these international charms with them. America accepts people of all cultures and traditions with open arms.

Home chef Uma Aggarwal, the author of The Exquisite World of Indian Cuisine and America’s Favorite Recipes, Part I, presents a new collection of these melting-pot recipes, focusing specifically on entrées. An avid and passionate student of American cooking, she shares helpful information about the origin and history of these recipes as well. She uses exquisite Indian herbs and spices for both the flavor and the health benefits they impart.

Inside, you’ll find recipes for:
Salmon Wellington Salmon Puff Pastry with Mushroom Duxelles
Oven-Roasted Pulled Pork
French Beef Bourguignon
Green Curry Chicken with Peas and Basil
Lemony Broccoli and Chick Peas Rigatoni
Sweet and Sour Tofu (Ma Po Tofu)
Kim Chi Fried Rice with Korean Pepper Paste
Vegetarian Chimichangas with Bean and Cheese Filling
Swiss and Gouda Curry Fondue
And more

Thanks to the contributions of generations of international cooks, the face of American cuisine is a dynamic one. Now, home chefs can easily draw inspiration from these pioneers. Bring the flavors of the world home today, with America’s Favorite Recipes, Part II.


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By Tom Hart
Making peace is just as easy as making pizza. In this book, Chef Tomato delivers delicious pizza recipes and shares peaceful messages throughout his journey. The book contains simple recipes for all ages to enjoy. The book shares easy to make pizza dough and sauce recipes. Also, in the chapter. "A Shake Between Two Hands", Chef Tomato makes peace by making milkshakes. This chapter has a few delicious milkshakes recipes and a global peaceful message. The secret is out. Peace can be made anywhere in the world, just like Chef Tomato's favorite pizza pies. By using your imagination and creativity, top your pizzas with love and great ingredients. Have fun making a peaceful treat for your family and friends. This book underlines the greatness in all of us and shares delicious recipes made easy.
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By Tom Hart
Making peace is just as easy as making pizza. In this book, Chef Tomato delivers delicious pizza recipes and shares peaceful messages throughout his journey. The book contains simple recipes for all ages to enjoy. The book shares easy to make pizza dough and sauce recipes. Also, in the chapter. "A Shake Between Two Hands", Chef Tomato makes peace by making milkshakes. This chapter has a few delicious milkshakes recipes and a global peaceful message. The secret is out. Peace can be made anywhere in the world, just like Chef Tomato's favorite pizza pies. By using your imagination and creativity, top your pizzas with love and great ingredients. Have fun making a peaceful treat for your family and friends. This book underlines the greatness in all of us and shares delicious recipes made easy.
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By Daniel T. Kamide

Danny T’s Easy and Memorable Meals offers a collection of classic recipes for author Daniel T. Kamide’s favorite foods. The recipes range from easy-to-prepare appetizers to impressive crudités and from breakfast to dinner and everything in between. Danny T drew them from family, friends, co-workers and acquaintances form all over the United States. And also has also included his own favorite dishes.

During his career, Danny T had the opportunity to relocate with his company across the United States; along the way, he had the pleasure of meeting hundreds of great cooks and the honor of enjoying their dishes. Many of these chefs graciously agreed to share their recipes with him for this collection. Over years of preparing these recipes, he has tweaked some of them or added a few new ingredients based on his experience, thus creating new and delightful dishes.

Danny has also included special chapters for major events throughout the year, such as summer, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. Discover new and exciting recipes for all seasons in Danny T’s Easy and Memorable Meals.


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By Daniel T. Kamide

Danny T’s Easy and Memorable Meals offers a collection of classic recipes for author Daniel T. Kamide’s favorite foods. The recipes range from easy-to-prepare appetizers to impressive crudités and from breakfast to dinner and everything in between. Danny T drew them from family, friends, co-workers and acquaintances form all over the United States. And also has also included his own favorite dishes.

During his career, Danny T had the opportunity to relocate with his company across the United States; along the way, he had the pleasure of meeting hundreds of great cooks and the honor of enjoying their dishes. Many of these chefs graciously agreed to share their recipes with him for this collection. Over years of preparing these recipes, he has tweaked some of them or added a few new ingredients based on his experience, thus creating new and delightful dishes.

Danny has also included special chapters for major events throughout the year, such as summer, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. Discover new and exciting recipes for all seasons in Danny T’s Easy and Memorable Meals.


FORMAT: Softcover
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By Ann LeClercq

Living gluten free doesn’t have to be complicated. Once you know some basics, and have some staple items on hand, it’s easy and effortless.

Inside you’ll find tips and tricks to help you on your journey, such as:

• How to stock a gluten free pantry
• Dining gluten free in social situations
• Creating holiday menus
• Delicious, simple recipes that are sure to be a hit with your family

And much more!


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By Ann LeClercq

Living gluten free doesn’t have to be complicated. Once you know some basics, and have some staple items on hand, it’s easy and effortless.

Inside you’ll find tips and tricks to help you on your journey, such as:

• How to stock a gluten free pantry
• Dining gluten free in social situations
• Creating holiday menus
• Delicious, simple recipes that are sure to be a hit with your family

And much more!


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By Lewis O'Neal
The purpose of the book is to help those who are just starting out cooking and to give those of you who are a little more advance a fresh spin on some simple dishes.
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By Iswat Badiru and Deji Badiru

Food is celebrated as a key element of the Nigerian culture. Food is embraced for fellowship, worship, and survival. The staple foods of Nigeria include rice, yam, cassava, and wheat (bread). Traditionally, Nigerians (at least the elders) don’t cook by recipe. The fine art of cooking Nigerian food is normally handed down through observation, apprenticeship, and experimentation. When asked how they cook so well without a written guide, the older Nigerian mothers would only say that “they just do it.” This attests to their experiential learning of the art of Nigerian cooking. As modern practices take root, more and more Nigerians are resorting to the guiding “hands” of written recipes. That is what informs the writing of this book. Our American and European friends often request copies of Nigerian recipes. If not written down, the much-desired Nigerian recipes cannot be disseminatee and promulgated throughout the world. Thus, it is the hope that this book will contribute to providing a lasting archival repository of Nigerian recipes, just as other books before it have done.

Nigerian foods, particularly the soups, are usually spicy hot. Each family often has its own twists and turns to the process of achieving hotter and hotter meals. The common belief is that eating spicy foods is good for the heart and facilitates longevity. “Mild” is not normally in the vocabulary of Nigerian menu, except when dealing with our Western counterparts.

The diversity of thoughts, beliefs, and Nigerian kitchen practices lead to many different ways of preparing the same food. As such, many of the recipes in this book do present alternate approaches to preparing the same basic food. Please don’t be timid, experiment and enjoy!


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By Iswat Badiru and Deji Badiru

Food is celebrated as a key element of the Nigerian culture. Food is embraced for fellowship, worship, and survival. The staple foods of Nigeria include rice, yam, cassava, and wheat (bread). Traditionally, Nigerians (at least the elders) don’t cook by recipe. The fine art of cooking Nigerian food is normally handed down through observation, apprenticeship, and experimentation. When asked how they cook so well without a written guide, the older Nigerian mothers would only say that “they just do it.” This attests to their experiential learning of the art of Nigerian cooking. As modern practices take root, more and more Nigerians are resorting to the guiding “hands” of written recipes. That is what informs the writing of this book. Our American and European friends often request copies of Nigerian recipes. If not written down, the much-desired Nigerian recipes cannot be disseminatee and promulgated throughout the world. Thus, it is the hope that this book will contribute to providing a lasting archival repository of Nigerian recipes, just as other books before it have done.

Nigerian foods, particularly the soups, are usually spicy hot. Each family often has its own twists and turns to the process of achieving hotter and hotter meals. The common belief is that eating spicy foods is good for the heart and facilitates longevity. “Mild” is not normally in the vocabulary of Nigerian menu, except when dealing with our Western counterparts.

The diversity of thoughts, beliefs, and Nigerian kitchen practices lead to many different ways of preparing the same food. As such, many of the recipes in this book do present alternate approaches to preparing the same basic food. Please don’t be timid, experiment and enjoy!


FORMAT: Softcover
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By Ron Gaj

The first time culinary student Ron Gaj is instructed to cut up a whole chicken into precise parts, he confidently moves forward with the surgical procedure. By the time he has finished the task, his chicken looks like it has just gone through a wood chipper. And so begins the zany odyssey of a sexagenarian who has just mistakenly entered the world of culinary arts thinking the learning experience will be a culmination of creating elegant fare while engaging in casual conversation and sipping a glass of wine. He could not have been more wrong.

Approaching retirement means different things to different people, but to sixty-something Gaj, who had always loved to cook, it meant trying something new—culinary school. As he details his often hilarious journey through the world of culinary arts with a cast of characters who seemed better groomed for reform school, Gaj provides a glimpse into how he sharpened his rudimentary cooking skills through weeks of chopping, dicing, boiling, sautéing, and participating in the solution of simple math problems that were treated like quantum physics—ultimately becoming a braver soul in the kitchen.

Purple Chicken shares one man’s entertaining foray into the often unpredictable world of culinary arts as he learns to produce delectable creations and discovers the unexpected.


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By Deji Badiru and Iswat Badiru

With food as the centerpiece of fellowship with family, neighbors, and friends, the Nigerian kitchen is warm, happy, and full of drama. And so it is with a great love for fellowship and food that Nigerian husband and wife team Deji and Iswat Badiru share a variety of ethnic recipes pulled together over years of cooking, eating, and savoring their culture’s traditional food.

The Badirus, who love experimenting with food as much as tasting their creations, rely on their years of experience in the Nigerian kitchen to offer an intriguing and informative glimpse into a culture where food is not only embraced, but also worshipped in some areas. While sharing a unique, behind-the scenes look into the food preparation process and the science of transforming ingredients, they also offer tips on healthy eating practices, proper cooking techniques, and effective management of projects in the kitchen. Included are many delicious recipes such as fried plantain and fried egg, cassava grits, okra soup with meat, and meat pie.

Physics in the Nigerian Kitchen is a unique guide to cooking African fare that provides encouragement and valuable information for anyone interested in cultivating a joy and love for food, friends, and family in their own kitchen.


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