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This book contains Brenda LangtonOCOs most requested recipes, including Miso and Herb Pot(r), Poached Rainbow Trout, and Burgundy Mushroom Stew. Desserts, like Almond-Hazelnut Tart and Chocolate Carrot Cake, feature reduced amounts of dairy products and natural sweeteners. The Cafe Brenda Cookbook brings the tastiest secrets of one of MinneapolisOCOs best-loved restaurants into your own home."
Cooking expert Beatrice Ojakangas has researched original sources from across the country to recapture the delicious tastes of Lemon Icebox Cake, Applesauce Crisp, and Rhubarb-Strawberry Pie. Along with each recipe, Ojakangas shares fascinating stories and little-known facts about the history of the dessert. The recipes have been tested and updated for easy preparation with todayOCOs ingredients and techniques."
This excellent selection of delicious home-style recipes by veteran food writer Beatrice Ojakangas highlights dishes that reflect many different cuisines. The recipe for Swedish Meatballs includes sauces adaptable for Asian-, Indian-, Italian-, and Russian-style meals, while the moist and sumptuous Chocolate-Applesauce Cake is a distinctive Dutch favorite, and original Country-Style Ice Cream is a traditional treat all will love.
Food is the heart of a Scandinavian home: scrumptious pies, delicate pastries, millions of cookies, and, of course, savory breads. Each countryOCoDenmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, and IcelandOCohas its specialty and no one goes hungry. In this mouthwatering collection, Beatrice Ojakangas calls on her own Scandinavian heritage and wide-ranging knowledge of baking to produce the definitive cookbook for this rich cultural heritage.James Beard Foundation Kitchenaid Cookbook Hall of Fame Inductee"
OC Possibly the best such bread book on the market . . . every recipe a winner.OCO Jane BrodyWith more than 250 sweet-and-savory recipes, easy-to-follow, step-by-step techniques for mixing and kneading, and special hints for working with whole grains, Great Whole Grain Breads should find a place in every bakerOCOs kitchen."
Beatrice Ojakangas dishes up forty varied recipes for pot pies, sure to please everyoneOCOs palate, from Finnish Country Vegetable Pie to Chicken Pot Pie with Roasted Peppers, Herbed Leek and Ch vre Tart, Seafood Gumbo Pie, Venison Pot Pie, and Pizza Pot Pie. The ultimate comfort food, pot pies are a great way to create scrumptious new dishes from foods already in the cupboard."
Renowned baker Beatrice Ojakangas presents more than sixty tasty and inventive recipes, including hearty Cheddar Apple Bread, Sour Cream Cinnamon Coffee Cake, and Hot Pepper and Bacon Corn Bread. With easy-to-follow directions and helpful hints, this is a cookbook for novice and expert bakers alike.
Embracing the traditional cooking of the diverse peoples of the Upper MidwestOCofrom the Ojibwe and Dakota to the immigrant communities of Norwegians, Swedes, Germans, Italians, and HmongOCoBeth Dooley and Lucia Watson present more than two hundred recipes for the modern kitchen, many with seasonal variations to take advantage of the freshest fruits and vegetables available."
Drawing upon her rich knowledge of Scandinavian cuisine and culture, expert chef and veteran writer Beatrice Ojakangas presents a multitude of delicious yet remarkably simple recipes in this cookbook classic, available in paperback for the first time. Scandinavian Feasts features the cuisine of Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and Finland, and it includes menus made up of a bounty of appetizers, drinks, smorgasbord, meats, fish, soups, vegetables, desserts, and baked goods. Easily as engaging as the dishes themselves, each recipe comes with an introduction that explains the cultural importance of the feast and details its seasonal significance.
Drawing on her fondest childhood memories, Helene Henderson offers welcome insight into the treasures of Swedish cooking. From the potato, a Swedish staple, to dessert, the star of Swedish cuisine, The Swedish Table contains more than 125 recipes, including Lentil Salad with Radishes (Linssallad), Aquavit and Dill Marinated Salmon (Gravlax), Swedish Meatballs with Gravy (KAttbullar), and the traditional pastry, Bulla."
The Air Fry Everything cookbook creates fried food fast without the added fat, calories or guilt. Created by The Blue Jean Chef, Meredith Laurence, Air Fry Everything offers over 130 all new, flavor-bursting recipes, including restaurant makeovers, like Blooming Onions, Beer Battered Onion Rings, Chicken Wings, Shrimp Egg Rolls, and Skinny Fries, and turns them into healthy and crunchy, lower calorie alternatives. Additional recipes include Parmesan Chicken Fingers, Fish and "Chips," Cherry Chipotle Chicken Wings, Crab Cakes, Coconut Shrimp, Fried Cauliflower with Parmesan Lemon Dressing, homemade potato chips, Boston Cream Donut Holes, and much more.
The Blue Jean Chef turns her culinary genius onto the latest hot cooking appliance trend--Air Frying! Brand new to Air-frying or already loving your Air Fryer? Air Fry Genius is your ultimate guide to mastering Air-Frying and becoming a genius in your kitchen. Create healthier, delicious meals quickly with less guilt and easy clean up.
From quick and easy under 30 minute dinners to desserts. Delicious Under Pressure is Delicious in an Instant! Delicious Under Pressure, The Blue Jean Chef Meredith Laurence's second pressure cooker cookbook is full of easy, flavorful, and unexpected pressure cooker recipes, making a pressure cooker a must-have appliance.
Paleo Cooking Bootcamp for Busy People is a step-by-step meal preparation course that allows you to cook breakfast, lunch, and dinner options for an entire week in a single, highly focused two-hour power cooking session. The complete bootcamp program consists of four weekend cooking sessions (each lasting two hours), that enables you to eat delicious, paleo-approved meals for an entire month.
A collection of more than 100 extraordinary desserts--all with photos and meticulous instructions--by Cenk Sönmezsoy, creator of the internationally acclaimed blog Cafe Fernando. Written, styled, photographed, and designed by Cenk Sönmezsoy, The Artful Baker shares the inspiring story of a passionate home baker, beginning with his years after graduate school in San Francisco and showcasing the fruits of a baking obsession he cultivated after returning home to Istanbul.
This is Deepak Chopra's first cookbook. The world-famous Chopra Centre for Well Being in La Jolla, California is a healing place where people come from all over the world to learn how to prevent and heal stress and disease through nutrition, meditation and spirituality.
Enjoyment, hospitality, tradition, creativity, sustainability and joy of life ̶ these starting points were the inspiration for this book. The cooking of vegetables is treated with reverence in the lands that make up the rich and varied tapestry of the Middle East. The people depend on the grains and pulses, nuts, vegetables and fruits of the region for their daily food and Parvin Razavi has taken the fresh and varied cuisines of Iran, Armenia, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Morocco and Turkey to create a beautiful vegan cookbook.
New, superbly translated omnibus of five of Jules Verne''s most renown stories. "One of the best storytellers who ever lived."--Arthur C. Clarke In one dazzling decade, French novelist Jules Verne took readers places they''d never gone before. . .the age of dinosaurs. . .the undersea realm of Atlantis. . .the craters and crevices of the moon. . .and a whirlwind aerial tour of the planet earth!
For the sake of a bet, an Englishman embarks on the journey of a lifetime, in this classic adventure tale from a master of the form Phileas Fogg believes the world has gotten smaller. With the opening of a new railroad across India, he calculates it will now be possible to circumnavigate the globe in as few as eighty days.
The vampire novel that defined a genre by tapping into our deepest fears and darkest fantasies A junior solicitor travels to Transylvania to meet with an important client, the mysterious Count Dracula. Ignoring the dire warnings of local townsfolk, he allows himself to be seduced by the count's courtly manners and erudite charm.
An enchanting comedy of errors, Emma remains a classic two centuries after it was first published. Emma Woodhouse is a privileged young woman whose greatest pleasure in life lies in matchmaking for anyone but herself. Written, by Austen's own admission, as "a heroine whom no one but myself will much like,"
One of literature's keenest social critics, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Edith Wharton weaves a tragic small-town tale of epic proportions in this masterful novella Physically disfigured and trapped in a loveless marriage to a sickly older woman, Ethan Frome is a broken man.
Great Expectations is Charles Dickens's thirteenth novel. It is his second novel, after David Copperfield, to be fully narrated in the first person. Great Expectations is a bildungsroman, or a coming-of-age novel, and it is a classic work of Victorian literature. It depicts the growth and personal development of an orphan named Pip.
The novel that inspired the beloved Broadway musical: Jean Valjean's immortal adventure among the dispossessed of nineteenth-century Paris. Widely considered Victor Hugo's masterpiece, Les Misérables is both an epic story and a penetrating social criticism of nineteenth-century France.
A young Chinese woman falls in love with a Jewish man in nineteenth-century China in this evocative novel by the Nobel Prize-winning author of The Good Earth. In 1850s China, a young girl, Peony, is sold to work as a bondmaid for a rich Jewish family in Kaifeng.
No mystery is too challenging for the infamous detective Sherlock Holmes and his partner, Dr. Watson. Holmes is at his best when the job seems impossible--or just plain absurd. From cases involving a strange group for red-headed men to a missing thumb, Holmes uses his powers of observation and deduction to solve even the weirdest mysteries.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning novel of desire and duty in Gilded Age New York A respected lawyer and scion of one of Manhattan's most important families, Newland Archer knows what people expect of him and is eager to comply.
Surreal tales of suspense and imagination from an American master The Complete Short Stories is the ultimate collection of Edgar Allan Poe's tales of the macabre--from the world-famous classics "The Tell-Tale Heart," "The Pit and the Pendulum," and "The Cask of the Amontillado" to lesser-known masterpieces such as "The System of Doctor Tarr and Professor Fether" and "The Devil in the Belfry." Fans of Poe's Gothic tales of horror will thrill to discover his brilliant French detective, C. Auguste Dupin. Readers familiar with Poe's mysteries will find new pleasure in his dark comedy and early science fiction stories.
The book that introduced the world to time travel In H. G. Wells's immortal novella, an unnamed Time Traveller builds a machine that hurtles him to the year 802,701 AD. He discovers a world divided into two species: the peaceful Eloi, who live in colossal, crumbling buildings and are childlike in size and demeanor, and the hulking Morlocks--pale, simian creatures who dwell below ground and prey on their terrestrial counterparts.
The immortal story of love and obsession in the North of England Atop the stormy Yorkshire moors sits Wuthering Heights, a manor inhabited by Mr. and Mrs. Earnshaw and their two children, Catherine and Hindley.
Don is the only child of a happy family full of love, but it does not last. At 6 years old Don's parents are burned in a fire through arson, and suspects his father's brother is the culprit. As the family fights over his father's wealth nobody wants anything to do with Don, particularly the Uncle whom he suspects of arson and ends up taking most of his father's wealth.
Beatrice Smith arrives at the port of Key West caught up in a whirl of emotions. The time has come for her to release her young charge into the care of his uncle. But a rocky introduction to Ellis Southard has Beatrice clinging even more to the man's four-year-old nephew.
Wisconsin is not where Alice, a girl raised in Florida, meant to end up. But when she falls in love with Anders Dahl, the son of Norwegian farmers born for generations in the same stone farmhouse, she realizes that to love Anders is to settle into a life in Wisconsin in the small house they buy before their daughter, Maude, is born.
'no consideration, no delicacy, no tenderness, no scruples should stand in the way of a woman ... from taking the shortest cut towards securing for herself the easiest possible existence'Chance(1914) was the first of Conrad's novels to bring him popular success and it holds a unique place among his works.
An important rumination on youth in modern-day South Africa, this haunting debut novel tells the story of two extraordinary young women who have grown up black in white suburbs and must now struggle to find their identities.
First published in 1927, Deluge is one of the most famous of the English catastrophe novels. Beautifully written and action packed--RKO Radio Pictures even filmed this story--the novel depicts a flood so severe that it destroys modern civilization, leaving the few survivors to adapt to the rigors of the natural world.
Obsessed with tales of gallant knights, Don Quixote, a middle-aged man from La Mancha, decides to take his own adventure. Donning rusty armor and riding upon an old horse, he sets off to change the world and save his invented damsel in distress in the name of chivalry.
From the world's greatest satirist, the classic adventures of the intrepid Gulliver Broken into four parts, Gulliver's Travels marks the progress of a gallant explorer as he sails into the unknown, visiting surreal worlds like Brobdingnag, a realm filled with gigantic men; Lilliput, a diminutive land filled with pint-size people;
Millions of people have read, discussed, debated, cried, and cheered with Little Bee. Have you? "Little Bee will blow you away." --The Washington Post The lives of a sixteen-year-old Nigerian orphan and a well-off British woman collide in this page-turning #1 New York Times bestseller, book club favorite, and "affecting story of human triumph" (The New York Times Book Review) from Chris Cleave, author of Gold and Everyone Brave Is Forgiven.
A tragic tale of family and misfortune from the author of The Woman in White When their beloved parents die in quick succession, Magdalen and Norah Vanstone find that their world has been torn asunder.
An epic adventure and one of the most enduring fables in Western literature Edmond Dantés has a life that any man would envy. A promising young sailor about to be made a captain, he has come home to Marseille to marry his beautiful fiancée, Mercédès.
The novel that T. S. Eliot called "the first, the longest, and the best of the modern English detective novels" Guarded by three Brahmin priests, the Moonstone is a religious relic, the centerpiece in a sacred statue of the Hindu god of the moon.
A trio of elderly bachelors plays Cupid in this ingeniously crafted novel by one of the 19th-century's finest storytellers A widowed lawyer named Griffith has been appointed legal guardian of Jessie, a lively young woman.
The finest novel of the Civil War, and one of the greatest battle stories ever told The question of courage enters Henry Fleming's mind the moment he dons the blue uniform of the Union Army. But his first firefight reveals the emptiness of words such asnbsp;braverynbsp;andnbsp;fear. Pinned in by his comrades, he can only fire his rifle like a cog in a machine.
Spoiled and rude, Mary Lennox has been raised by servants as her parents had no time for her. When her parents die in a cholera epidemic, Mary suddenly becomes an orphan. She moves to her uncle's mysterious house in England.
The New York Times-bestselling author's phenomenal debut novel about growing up in midwestern, midcentury America. Raymond Euripides Trevitt grows up virtually alone in the small town of Athens, Illinois, until a new boy moves in next door.
Axel Heyst, a dreamer and a restless drifter, believes he can avoid suffering by cutting himself off from others. Then he becomes involved in the operation of a coal company on a remote island in the Malay Archipelago, and when it fails he turns his back on humanity once more.
This guide was originally created by Heather Cook.