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Fast Food, Good Food

Author : Andrew Weil, MD

ISBN10 : 0316329517

Publisher : Little, Brown

Number of Pages : 304

Category : Cooking

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Book Summary: Winner of the IACP Health & Special Diet Award Delicious, nutritious, quick, and easy recipes from bestselling author Dr. Andrew Weil's own kitchen. These days, fewer people than ever are cooking meals at home. Convincing ourselves that we don't have time to cook, we've forgotten how fast, simple, and wonderfully satisfying it can be to prepare delicious meals in our own kitchens for the people we love. In FAST FOOD, GOOD FOOD, bestselling author Dr. Andrew Weil reminds us, with more than 150 easy-to-prepare recipes for delectable dishes that are irresistibly tasty and good for you. These recipes showcase fresh, high-quality ingredients and hearty flavors, like Buffalo Mozzarella Bruschetta, Five-Spice Winter Squash Soup, Greek Style Kale Salad, Pappardelle with Arugula Walnut Pesto, Pan-Seared Halibut with Green Harissa, Coconut Lemon Bars, and Pomegranate Margaritas. With guidance on following an anti-inflammatory diet and mouth-wateringly gorgeous photographs, FAST FOOD, GOOD FOOD will inspire the inner nutritionist and chef in every reader.

Fast Food Nation

Author : Eric Schlosser

ISBN10 : 9780547518244

Publisher : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Number of Pages : 368

Category : Social Science

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Book Summary: New York Times Bestseller “Schlosser has a flair for dazzling scene-setting and an arsenal of startling facts . . . Fast Food Nation points the way but, to resurrect an old fast food slogan, the choice is yours.”—Los Angeles Times In 2001, Fast Food Nation was published to critical acclaim and became an international bestseller. Eric Schlosser’s exposé revealed how the fast food industry has altered the landscape of America, widened the gap between rich and poor, fueled an epidemic of obesity, and transformed food production throughout the world. The book changed the way millions of people think about what they eat and helped to launch today’s food movement. In a new afterword for this edition, Schlosser discusses the growing interest in local and organic food, the continued exploitation of poor workers by the food industry, and the need to ensure that every American has access to good, healthy, affordable food. Fast Food Nation is as relevant today as it was a decade ago. The book inspires readers to look beneath the surface of our food system, consider its impact on society and, most of all, think for themselves. “As disturbing as it is irresistible . . . Exhaustively researched, frighteningly convincing . . . channeling the spirits of Upton Sinclair and Rachel Carson.”—San Francisco Chronicle “Schlosser shows how the fast food industry conquered both appetite and landscape.”—The New Yorker Eric Schlosser is a contributing editor for the Atlantic and the author of Fast Food Nation, Reefer Madness, and Chew on This (with Charles Wilson).

Fast Food Fix

Author : Devin Alexander

ISBN10 : 1609616693

Publisher : Rodale Books

Number of Pages : 240

Category : Cooking

Viewed : 544

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Book Summary: Indulge your fast food cravings without guilt—with recipes that deliver the same great taste without putting your health at risk or inches on your hips Americans all want to "eat healthy," but when they yearn for the fast foods they love, what they want most are the fabulous flavors that have made them favorites in the first place. That's what makes this collection of recipe makeovers so exceptional. Los Angeles food writer, chef, and caterer Devin Alexander specializes in low-fat, high-flavor, scrumptious cuisine. In Fast Food Fix, she shows the reader how to transform 75 fast food favorites into healthier versions that are even more flavorful than the originals. Fast Food Fix: • demystifies the special seasonings and secret sauces of choice fast foods—showing how to reproduce their flavors quickly and easily from common ingredients • teaches how to lighten many dishes with new cooking techniques, such as the oven-frying method that yields incredibly crunchy popcorn chicken with 35 fewer fat grams than the original version from KFC • reveals simplified cooking methods that save time in the kitchen, proving that "fast food" can still be fast even when prepared at home For Americans hooked on fast food flavors, these recipe makeovers by a chef with an impressive repertoire of culinary tricks will quickly become a kitchen staple.

Fast Food, Fast Talk

Author : Robin Leidner

ISBN10 : 9780520914643

Publisher : Univ of California Press

Number of Pages : 278

Category : Political Science

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Book Summary: Attending Hamburger University, Robin Leidner observes how McDonald's trains the managers of its fast-food restaurants to standardize every aspect of service and product. Learning how to sell life insurance at a large midwestern firm, she is coached on exactly what to say, how to stand, when to make eye contact, and how to build up Positive Mental Attitude by chanting "I feel happy! I feel terrific!" Leidner's fascinating report from the frontlines of two major American corporations uncovers the methods and consequences of regulating workers' language, looks, attitudes, ideas, and demeanor. Her study reveals the complex and often unexpected results that come with the routinization of service work. Some McDonald's workers resent the constraints of prescribed uniforms and rigid scripts, while others appreciate how routines simplify their jobs and give them psychological protection against unpleasant customers. Combined Insurance goes further than McDonald's in attempting to standardize the workers' very selves, instilling in them adroit maneuvers to overcome customer resistance. The routinization of service work has both poignant and preposterous consequences. It tends to undermine shared understandings about individuality and social obligations, sharpening the tension between the belief in personal autonomy and the domination of a powerful corporate culture. Richly anecdotal and accessibly written, Leidner's book charts new territory in the sociology of work. With service sector work becoming increasingly important in American business, her timely study is particularly welcome.

Labour Relations in the Global Fast-Food Industry

Author : Tony Royle,Brian Towers

ISBN10 : 1134597622

Publisher : Routledge

Number of Pages : 240

Category : Business & Economics

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Book Summary: The fast-food industry is one of the few industries that can be described as truly global, not least in terms of employment, which is estimated at around ten million people worldwide. This edited volume is the first of its kind, providing an analysis of labour relations in this significant industry focusing on multinational corporations and large national companies in ten countries: the USA, Canada, the UK, the Netherlands, Germany, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, and Russia. The extent to which multinational enterprises impose or adapt their employment practices in differing national industrial relations systems is analysed, Results reveal that the global fast-food industry is typified by trade union exclusion, high labour turnover, unskilled work, paternalistic management regimes and work organization that allows little scope for developing workers' participation in decision-making, let alone advocating widely accepted concepts of social justice and workers' rights.

The Fast-Food Kitchen

Author : Sheri Torelli

ISBN10 : 0736940960

Publisher : Harvest House Publishers

Number of Pages : 224

Category : Cooking

Viewed : 1896

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Book Summary: Sheri Torelli, coauthor with Emilie Barnes of the popular More Hours in My Day (over 240,000 copies sold), presents a wonderful mealtime solution for families on the go, on a budget, and ready to switch from drive-through answers to fast, healthy, home-cooked meals. Sheri provides realistic, fine-tuned ways to bring sanity and the family back to the table: double-duty cooking—how to maximize a minimal amount of time in the kitchen menus by design—foolproof ways to plan meals and a month’s worth of menus creating little helpers—skill-appropriate tasks for kids of all ages tips for an efficient kitchen—tweaks and tools to organize a fast-food kitchen fast food with friends—hosting simple meals at home without feeling intimidated This unique and practical resource provides the recipe for better eating and better living: meal plans, organization helps, and lots of encouragement.

Body Problems

Author : Ben Agger

ISBN10 : 1317217446

Publisher : Routledge

Number of Pages : 150

Category : Social Science

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Book Summary: This much expanded new edition explores the relationship between the body and society in a fast-food society. Agger focuses on issues of food, exercise, work, dieting, eating disorders, fashion, bariatric and cosmetic surgery, and health. The new edition updates examples and statistics throughout and it offers three timely chapters that did not appear previously. Agger addresses the dilemma that we have ample access to abundant calories but lead lifestyles and have jobs that for the most part do not enable us to expend those calories. He proposes solutions, both individual and structural, that involve re-orienting ourselves to exercise as play. The book is ideal for courses in introductory sociology, social problems, work, sociology of sport/leisure, gender, and health and illness.

Eat – The Little Book of Fast Food

Author : Nigel Slater

ISBN10 : 0007526164

Publisher : HarperCollins UK

Number of Pages : 464

Category : Cooking

Viewed : 1188

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Book Summary: From the BBC One presenter and author of ‘The Kitchen Diaries’, this beautiful and easy-to-use book contains over 600 recipe ideas and is your essential go-to for what to cook every day.

Fast Food

Author : Tamara Thompson

ISBN10 : 0737776331

Publisher : Greenhaven Publishing LLC

Number of Pages : 120

Category : Young Adult Nonfiction

Viewed : 507

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Book Summary: It makes our lives easier, but it also has been proven to be a terribly unhealthy choice. This collection of essays debates fast food. Readers are given both sides to an assertion, allowing them multiple perspectives and a chance to decide for themselves. Essays include what fast food's impact is on our planet, whether marketing should target children, the impact of requiring caloric labels, and if there are benefits to the globalization of fast food.

Fast Food

Author : Andrew F. Smith

ISBN10 : 1780236093

Publisher : Reaktion Books

Number of Pages : 208

Category : Cooking

Viewed : 1038

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Book Summary: The single most influential culinary trend of our time is fast food. It has spawned an industry that has changed eating, the most fundamental of human activities. From the first flipping of burgers in tiny shacks in the western United States to the forging of neon signs that spell out “Pizza Hut” in Cyrillic or Arabic scripts, the fast food industry has exploded into dominance, becoming one of the leading examples of global corporate success. And with this success it has become one of the largest targets of political criticism, blamed for widespread obesity, cultural erasure, oppressive labor practices, and environmental destruction on massive scales. In this book, expert culinary historian Andrew F. Smith explores why the fast food industry has been so successful and examines the myriad ethical lines it has crossed to become so. As he shows, fast food—plain and simple—devised a perfect retail model, one that works everywhere, providing highly flavored calories with speed, economy, and convenience. But there is no such thing as a free lunch, they say, and the costs with fast food have been enormous: an assault on proper nutrition, a minimum-wage labor standard, and a powerful pressure on farmers and ranchers to deploy some of the worst agricultural practices in history. As Smith shows, we have long known about these problems, and the fast food industry for nearly all of its existence has been beset with scathing exposés, boycotts, protests, and government interventions, which it has sometimes met with real changes but more often with token gestures, blame-passing, and an unrelenting gauntlet of lawyers and lobbyists. Fast Food ultimately looks at food as a business, an examination of the industry’s options and those of consumers, and a serious inquiry into what society can do to ameliorate the problems this cheap and tasty product has created.

Fast Food Fix

Author : Devin Alexander

ISBN10 : 1609616693

Publisher : Rodale Books

Number of Pages : 240

Category : Cooking

Viewed : 1206

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Book Summary: Indulge your fast food cravings without guilt—with recipes that deliver the same great taste without putting your health at risk or inches on your hips Americans all want to "eat healthy," but when they yearn for the fast foods they love, what they want most are the fabulous flavors that have made them favorites in the first place. That's what makes this collection of recipe makeovers so exceptional. Los Angeles food writer, chef, and caterer Devin Alexander specializes in low-fat, high-flavor, scrumptious cuisine. In Fast Food Fix, she shows the reader how to transform 75 fast food favorites into healthier versions that are even more flavorful than the originals. Fast Food Fix: • demystifies the special seasonings and secret sauces of choice fast foods—showing how to reproduce their flavors quickly and easily from common ingredients • teaches how to lighten many dishes with new cooking techniques, such as the oven-frying method that yields incredibly crunchy popcorn chicken with 35 fewer fat grams than the original version from KFC • reveals simplified cooking methods that save time in the kitchen, proving that "fast food" can still be fast even when prepared at home For Americans hooked on fast food flavors, these recipe makeovers by a chef with an impressive repertoire of culinary tricks will quickly become a kitchen staple.

Drive-Thru Dreams

Author : Adam Chandler

ISBN10 : 1250090733

Publisher : Flatiron Books

Number of Pages : 352

Category : Social Science

Viewed : 770

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Book Summary: “This is a book to savor, especially if you’re a fast-food fan.”—Bookpage "This fun, argumentative, and frequently surprising pop history of American fast food will thrill and educate food lovers of all speeds." —Publishers Weekly Most any honest person can own up to harboring at least one fast-food guilty pleasure. In Drive-Thru Dreams, Adam Chandler explores the inseparable link between fast food and American life for the past century. The dark underbelly of the industry’s largest players has long been scrutinized and gutted, characterized as impersonal, greedy, corporate, and worse. But, in unexpected ways, fast food is also deeply personal and emblematic of a larger than life image of America. With wit and nuance, Chandler reveals the complexities of this industry through heartfelt anecdotes and fascinating trivia as well as interviews with fans, executives, and workers. He traces the industry from its roots in Wichita, where White Castle became the first fast food chain in 1921 and successfully branded the hamburger as the official all-American meal, to a teenager's 2017 plea for a year’s supply of Wendy’s chicken nuggets, which united the internet to generate the most viral tweet of all time. Drive-Thru Dreams by Adam Chandler tells an intimate and contemporary story of America—its humble beginning, its innovations and failures, its international charisma, and its regional identities—through its beloved roadside fare.

Rising Popularity of Fast Food

Author : Ummed Singh

ISBN10 : 3748761279

Publisher : BookRix

Number of Pages : 39

Category : Cooking

Viewed : 736

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Book Summary: Junk food tastes good that's why it is mostly liked by everyone of any age group, especially kids' school-going children. They generally ask for the junk food daily basis because they have a trend so by their parents from childhood. They never have been discussed with their parents about the harmful effect of junk food on health. According to person for fast food is alike food but some person is mind on bod food. This food is very perfect but a person is not like for this food, some people like food simple food.

Labour Relations in the Global Fast-Food Industry

Author : Tony Royle,Brian Towers

ISBN10 : 1134597630

Publisher : Routledge

Number of Pages : 240

Category : Business & Economics

Viewed : 417

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Book Summary: The fast-food industry is one of the few industries that can be described as truly global, not least in terms of employment, which is estimated at around ten million people worldwide. This edited volume is the first of its kind, providing an analysis of labour relations in this significant industry focusing on multinational corporations and large national companies in ten countries: the USA, Canada, the UK, the Netherlands, Germany, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, and Russia. The extent to which multinational enterprises impose or adapt their employment practices in differing national industrial relations systems is analysed, Results reveal that the global fast-food industry is typified by trade union exclusion, high labour turnover, unskilled work, paternalistic management regimes and work organization that allows little scope for developing workers' participation in decision-making, let alone advocating widely accepted concepts of social justice and workers' rights.

Making Fast Food

Author : Ester Reiter

ISBN10 : 0773562966

Publisher : McGill-Queen\'s Press - MQUP

Number of Pages : 224

Category : Social Science

Viewed : 1297

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Book Summary: The flourishing fast food industry represents one particular blueprint of how to live. Reiter analyses the profound consequences of this blueprint for many spheres of life: women's work, youth employment, the labour movement, the family, and the community. Since the 1970s young people and women have increasingly entered the job market in low waged, service-sector jobs. Family life, she explains, has changed dramatically in the last forty years as many activities that were traditionally part of the home have been replaced by services available in the marketplace. The production of meals and those who produce them have moved from the family kitchen to the highly regulated corporate workplace where workers are like the interchangeable parts of a machine.

How Fast Food Affect Our Life - And What We Can Do About It - Healthy Series

Author : Matt Green

ISBN10 :

Publisher : Matt Green

Number of Pages : N.A

Category : Health & Fitness

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Book Summary: How Fast Food affects our lives? Fast food, beyond doubt is the preferred meal for busy people who lead a hectic life. Though through the last few years, much has been spoken and written about fast food yet in this eBook, the author has suitably provided the real definition of fast food, along with the history of fast food, various benefits and demerits. The author has endeavored to furnish the readers with a list of some very good alternatives to fast food which are not at all cumbersome to prepare, are non-fussy and could be prepared within a brief time period. The author has discussed various ways to give up the yearning for fast food along with several ways to prepare fast food at home. In short, the concise eBook is worth reading by anybody who is really concerned about his or her health status. An appropriate decision taken at a proper time serves as the foundation stone for good health.

Fast Food Snacks

Author : The Sorted Crew,Ben Ebbrell

ISBN10 : 1405914726

Publisher : Penguin UK

Number of Pages : 33

Category : Cooking

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Book Summary: Fast Food Snacks is the fifth chapter from The Sorted Crew's new cookbook, Food with Friends. The next time your friends show up on your doorstep without warning, don't simply reach for the takeaway menu because we've got a whole host of ideas to fill you up. From dishes that beat the takeaway to some good old cinema snacks, this chapter has it all. Recipes include: Stuffed Tacos, Popcorn Chicken, Hoisin Ribs and Salt 'n' Pepper Wings. Food with Friends is the second cookbook from The Sorted Crew, with recipes by Ben Ebbrell. It's the ultimate guide for entertaining friends in a fun and fuss-free way, from romantic suppers and family barbecues to curry nights for hungry hordes. Whether you're cooking for two or twenty, Food with Friends by The Sorted Crew is THE book for easy entertaining. The Sorted Crew came together in their university holidays, sharing their cooking highs and lows with each other in the pub. Headed up by Ben Ebbrell and Barry Taylor, this original group of 8 mates with an interest in food has now grown into a highly engaged online community of hundreds of thousands, that works together to get food challenges sorted. The SortedFood video recipes on YouTube now get millions of views every month. They self-published two recipe books, A Recipe for Student Survival and A Rookie's Guide to Crackin' Cooking, and Beginners... Get Sorted was their first book with Penguin.

Slow Cook, Fast Food

Author : Sarah Flower

ISBN10 : 1848034563

Publisher : Spring Hill

Number of Pages : 192

Category : Cooking

Viewed : 1746

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Book Summary: Nutritionist Sarah Flower offers advice for the busy family to literally take things slowly. Slow cooking is the easiest way to cook, plus it has the added advantage of being good for your health. And you don't have to slave over a hot stove when you've finished work for the day to create your supper. Literally fill your slow cooker with your chosen ingredients and walk away for the day. Nothing could be simpler. Slow Cook Fast Food also shows you how to save on washing up by creating one pot meals and desserts for all the family without breaking a sweat. - Use your slow cooker to make nutritious meals with very little effort - Prepare one pot dishes with ease - and less washing up! - Prepare mouth watering soups, main meals and desserts - Make the most of your ingredients with helpful store cupboard tips - Discover great tips and advice for saving time and money Contents: Introduction; 1. One Pot and Slow Cook Cooking, Equipment and Advice; 2. Weights, Temperature and Measures; 3. One Pot Soups; 4. One Pot Chicken; 5. One Pot Beef; 6. One Pot Pork; 7. One Pot Lamb 8. One Pot Fish; 9. One Pot Veggie Dishes; 10. One Pot Essentials; 11. One Pot Cakes and Desserts; 12. One Pot Conserves and Chutneys; 13. Contacts and Further Information; Index.

Real Fast Food

Author : Nigel Slater

ISBN10 : 1405917334

Publisher : Penguin UK

Number of Pages : 432

Category : Cooking

Viewed : 490

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Book Summary: Nigel Slater presents over 350 creative, delicious and nourishing recipes and suggestions for those who'd rather spend more of their time eating than cooking. From simple snacks to dinner-party desserts, all the dishes in Real Fast Food can be ready to eat in 30 minutes or under.