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Simmer Down

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ISBN10 : 150402639X

Publisher : Open Road Media

Number of Pages : 220

Category : Fiction

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Book Summary: An “appealing heroine” and her chef boyfriend take on a case of murder by food processor in this Boston-set culinary mystery. Includes recipes! (Publishers Weekly) After months between gigs, Chloe Carter’s dishy boyfriend, Josh Driscoll, has just landed his dream job: executive chef at Simmer, Boston’s soon-to-be hottest new restaurant. As Josh preps for a New Year’s Eve grand opening, Chloe, on winter break from grad school, hooks him up with Food for Thought, an annual charity fundraiser. It seems like a win-win—Simmer will give the dining public a tantalizing taste of things to come, and Josh will showcase his culinary talents—until murder makes a late addition to the menu. It’s not the kind of publicity Chloe was looking for. Now wealthy club owner Oliver Kipper is dead, bludgeoned to death. The murder weapon is a state-of-the-art professional-grade food processor that, unfortunately, belongs to Josh. By opening night, the list of suspects, including Josh’s ex-girlfriends, is almost as long as the line to get into Simmer. Suddenly, Chloe’s risking her life to unmask a killer in a town where murder is becoming an acquired taste. This ebook features mouth-watering recipes sure to satisfy more than just your appetite for crime. Simmer Down is the 2nd book in the Gourmet Girl Mysteries, but you may enjoy reading the series in any order.

Simmer Down Mr. C

Author : Scott Bitely

ISBN10 : 1620201046

Publisher : Ambassador International

Number of Pages : 224

Category : Fiction

Viewed : 377

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Book Summary: As a naïve undergraduate, Ted Carter has big dreams. Though TV did nothing to prepare him for his role as an educator, it certainly inspired him. Fresh out of college, Ted is ready to impact eager-to-learn minds, just like he witnessed on some of his favorite shows, though preferably someplace other than the tiny community in which he grew up. As summer fades, and September inches closer, he reluctantly accepts the only job he’s offered: a sixth grade teaching position in his hometown of Coleman, a small, quiet village tucked away in the hills of northern Michigan. A wild ride of unexpected trials and awkward moments as a raw first-year teacher ensues. Besides the rigors of being a first-year teacher, the challenge of living at home with his parents only adds to his feelings of isolation and loneliness. Consumed by doubt and frustration, he decides his only option is to quit. It’s not until he unexpectedly meets a former high school teacher, Mr. Fritz, that he begins to realize he’s not alone in his struggles of uncertainty and disillusionment, and that there is hope in overcoming these obstacles. Will a chance encounter with a favorite former teacher be enough to keep him in the classroom?

Simmer Down

Author : Sarah Smith

ISBN10 : 1984805452

Publisher : Penguin

Number of Pages : 336

Category : Fiction

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Book Summary: A PopSugar Must-Read for October! In this finger-licking good rom-com, two is the perfect number of cooks in the kitchen. Nikki DiMarco knew life wouldn’t be all sunshine and coconuts when she quit her dream job to help her mom serve up mouthwatering Filipino dishes to hungry beach goers, but she didn’t expect the Maui food truck scene to be so eat-or-be-eaten—or the competition to be so smoking hot. But Tiva’s Filipina Kusina has faced bigger road bumps than the arrival of Callum James. Nikki doesn’t care how delectable the British food truck owner is—he rudely set up shop next to her coveted beach parking spot. He’s stealing her customers and fanning the flames of a public feud that makes her see sparks. The solution? Let the upcoming Maui Food Festival decide their fate. Winner keeps the spot. Loser pounds sand. But the longer their rivalry simmers, the more Nikki starts to see a different side of Callum…a sweet, protective side. Is she brave enough to call a truce? Or will trusting Callum with her heart mean jumping from the frying pan into the fire?

Let the Sauce Simmer

Author : Tim Davis

ISBN10 : 1489730869

Publisher : LifeRich Publishing

Number of Pages : 208

Category : Fiction

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Book Summary: Joseph and Josephine Morelli came to America from Italy in 1907 with their three young children and a secret that would go undiscovered for 80 years. Through 4 generations the family ran a restaurant while dealing with depressions, recessions, drought, disease, allegations, investigations, and murder – their own seven plagues. To survive, they had to cook up a lot more than the daily specials. “Let the Sauce Simmer” is a sad, happy and humorous account of the trials and tribulations of hardworking, double-dealing immigrant entrepreneurs; a generation that came of age during the tumultuous 1960s; and a love affair to die for, literally. Sometimes, the best kept secrets are best kept for good reason.

Spill Simmer Falter Wither

Author : Sara Baume

ISBN10 : 0544716221

Publisher : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Number of Pages : 290

Category : Fiction

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Book Summary: Winner of the Rooney Prize for Irish Literature * Winner of the Sunday Independent Newcomer of the Year Award * Short-listed for the Costa First Novel Award * Long-listed for the Desmond Elliott Prize * Long-listed for the Guardian First Book Award 2015, Readers’ Choice * Long-listed for the Warwick Prize for Writing 2015 * Long-listed for 2015 Edinburgh First Novel Award “A deeply attuned portrait of the human mind...An unsettling literary surprise of the best sort.”—Atlantic “This book is like a flame in daylight: beautiful and unexpected.”—Anne Enright It is springtime, and two outcasts—a man ignored, even shunned by his village, and the one-eyed dog he takes into his quiet, tightly shuttered life—find each other, by accident or fate, and forge an unlikely connection. As their friendship grows, their small, seaside town falsely perceives menace where there is only mishap—and the duo must take to the road. Gorgeously written in poetic and mesmerizing prose, Spill Simmer Falter Wither is one of those rare stories that utterly and completely imagines its way into a life most of us would never see. It transforms us in our understanding not only of the world, but also of ourselves. “A man-and-his-dog story like no other.”—San Francisco Chronicle “[Spill Simmer Falter Wither] hums with its own distinctiveness.”— Guardian (UK) “A tour de force...A stunning and wonderful achievement by a writer touched by greatness.” —Joseph O’Connor, for the Irish Times

Simmer

Author : Deborah Grace Staley

ISBN10 : 1611943973

Publisher : Bell Bridge Books

Number of Pages : N.A

Category : Fiction

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Book Summary: Fantasies come true on this sultry Georgia island. Emma Vance is the serious sister, happiest running her family's Wilde Dunes Resort from behind the scenes. She leaves the parties and the host duties to her sister, Sara. But when Sara takes off for unknown adventures, Emma is thrust into Sara's role--and finds herself face to face with a sinfully sexy guest. It isn't long before Emma begins considering mixing business with pleasure. Liam Anderson is rich, worldly, and gorgeous . . . but not at peace. At Solomon's Island, where his family once summered, he finds himself fantasizing about spending the week relaxing with Emma on the beach . . . and in his bed. Emma tells herself she's not his type, that this is just a fling, but the attraction between her and Liam is hotter than a Georgia summer. When trouble arrives and Liam appears to have come there with ulterior motives, she'll find out just how high the price may be when a fantasy is swept out with the tide.

Simmer All Night

Author : Emily March

ISBN10 : 1942002165

Publisher : Emily March Books

Number of Pages : 324

Category : Fiction

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Book Summary: In Victorian Texas, Christina Delaney stirs up scandal when she befriends unsavory characters while offering her special recipe of Texas Red for sale in the town square. After she's crowned Chili Queen of San Antonio, her socially prominent family has had enough. They ship her off to live with her grandfather on his grand English estate, hoping he'll be able to transform her from independent chili queen to cool, controlled countess. Cole Morgan would do anything for Christina's mother, Elizabeth, even escort her incorrigible daughter across the Atlantic. Besides, he has his own business in England. Cole needs to locate the missing copy of the Republic of Texas' Declaration of Independence. But when an English lord offers Christina marriage, Cole faces the fact that the girl he grew up with is now the woman he desires. He sets out to prove to Chrissy that she doesn't want a life of luxury in England. What Christina Delaney wants—what she needs—is a modest home deep inthe heart of Texas with the only man who can make the Chili Queen...Simmer All Night.

Biota

Author : James Viles

ISBN10 : 1925268497

Publisher : Allen & Unwin

Number of Pages : 248

Category : Cooking

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Book Summary: Chef and owner of two-hatted Biota Dining in Bowral, New South Wales, James Viles has become one of Australia's most respected young chefs and restaurateurs, recognised for his commitment to sustainability and his dramatic modern food. He champions the use of seasonal, ethical produce to create honest, pure and delicious dishes. Biota Dining sits in Australia's Southern Highlands, a remarkably beautiful region known for its fertile farmland, dense forests and seasonal climate. James' philosophy is simple: listen to the local environment and take your inspiration and intuition from the very place that surrounds you. His dishes match ingredients, textures and flavours that exist alongside each other in nature. While James Viles might be redefining regional Australian cuisine, this notion of biota is relevant everywhere in the world. In this his first book, James invites readers to celebrate spectacular food created from the perfect balance of animal and plant life in the Southern Highlands. Biota contains over 80 delicious, seasonal and achievable recipes.

Dakini's Warm Breath

Author : Judith Simmer-Brown

ISBN10 : 0834828421

Publisher : Shambhala Publications

Number of Pages : 432

Category : Religion

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Book Summary: The primary emblem of the feminine in Tibetan Buddhism is the dakini, or "sky-dancer," a semi-wrathful spirit-woman who manifests in visions, dreams, and meditation experiences. Western scholars and interpreters of the dakini, influenced by Jungian psychology and feminist goddess theology, have shaped a contemporary critique of Tibetan Buddhism in which the dakini is seen as a psychological "shadow," a feminine savior, or an objectified product of patriarchal fantasy. According to Judith Simmer-Brown—who writes from the point of view of an experienced practitioner of Tibetan Buddhism—such interpretations are inadequate. In the spiritual journey of the meditator, Simmer-Brown demonstrates, the dakini symbolizes levels of personal realization: the sacredness of the body, both female and male; the profound meeting point of body and mind in meditation; the visionary realm of ritual practice; and the empty, spacious qualities of mind itself. When the meditator encounters the dakini, living spiritual experience is activated in a nonconceptual manner by her direct gaze, her radiant body, and her compassionate revelation of reality. Grounded in the author's personal encounter with the dakini, this unique study will appeal to both male and female spiritual seekers interested in goddess worship, women's spirituality, and the tantric tradition.

Healthy Cooking for the Jewish Home

Author : Faye Levy

ISBN10 : 0061746576

Publisher : Harper Collins

Number of Pages : 416

Category : Cooking

Viewed : 1593

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Book Summary: Thanks to the ever-increasing number of kosher products available to home cooks, it's never been easier or more satisfying to prepare delicious, wholesome, and healthful kosher meals. In this new collection of exciting recipes, acclaimed journalist, cooking teacher, and cookbook author Faye Levy presents a progressive, upbeat approach to nutritious kosher cuisine that highlights the pleasure of preparing and eating mouthwatering dishes that promote well-being. Kosher foods are being used in more and more American homes, and their abundance and diversity is increasing at an impressive rate. From the traditional to the exotic, from extra-virgin olive oil to tasty cheeses, from spicy condiments to Asian-style sauces, from Latin flavors to Indian, Levy introduces both novice and seasoned cooks to a grand array of international ingredients. By showcasing them in such dishes as Poached Turkey with Mushrooms, Wheat Berries, and Dill; Diced Vegetable Salad with Pepitas and Papaya; Marseilles-Style Fish with Saffron and Fennel; and Turkish Autumn Vegetable Casserole with Chicken, she shows how they will add zest to any menu while maintaining solid nutritional value. With a focus on foods with substantial health benefits, such as nuts, whole grains, fruits, and vegetables, Levy revamps old favorites, turning them into updated wholesome creations, including Springtime Chicken Soup with Asparagus, Fava Beans, and Whole Wheat Matzo Balls; Passover Haroset with Pistachios and Pomegranate Juice; Rosh Hashanah Chicken with Dates and Almonds; and Apple Apricot Whole Wheat Noodle Kugel. She introduces new classics to the festive Jewish kitchen, such as Cucumber, Jicama, and Orange Salad with Black Olives; Buckwheat Blintzes with Goat Cheese and Ratatouille; Spicy White Bean Soup with Kale; Purim Baked Turkey Schnitzel with Sweet-Sour Onion Compote; and Macadamia Orange Cake with Red Berry Sauce. Whether you're cooking for yourself and your family any day of the week or preparing a holiday feast for friends and relatives, Healthy Cooking for the Jewish Home is bound to satisfy all your culinary needs. Variety is not only the spice of life; it's also the spice of nourishing menus. The two hundred healthful, tasty, innovative kosher recipes in this book are sure to add inspiration to your menus and variety to your daily eating, as well as zest to the lives of those who share your table.

Miss Parloa's New Cook Book

Author : Maria Parloa

ISBN10 :

Publisher : Good Press

Number of Pages : 1314

Category : Cooking

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Book Summary: "Miss Parloa's New Cook Book" by Maria Parloa. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.

Sauces

Author : James Peterson

ISBN10 : 0544819837

Publisher : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Number of Pages : 688

Category : Cooking

Viewed : 637

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Book Summary: The acclaimed authority on sauce making, completely updated and, for the first time, featuring invaluable step-by-step color photographs. Every good cook knows that a great sauce is one of the easiest ways to make an exemplary dish. Since its James Beard Award–winning first edition, James Peterson’s Sauces has remained the go-to reference for professionals and sophisticated home cooks, with nearly 500 recipes and detailed explanations of every kind of sauce. This new edition, published nearly ten years after the previous one, tacks with today’s movement toward lighter, fresher flavors and preparations and modern cooking methods, while also elucidating the classic sauces and techniques that remain a foundation of excellence in the kitchen. The updated, streamlined design also features, for the first time, full-color photos that clearly show these essential sauces at every step—bringing the author’s expertise to life like never before.

The Gourmet Girl Mysteries Volume One

Author : Jessica Conant-Park,Susan Conant

ISBN10 : 1504047079

Publisher : Open Road Media

Number of Pages : 834

Category : Fiction

Viewed : 329

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Book Summary: Bostonian foodie Chloe Carter is after the perfect meal and the perfect man—but death keeps finding her at the dinner table—in these three mysteries. Grad student and food connoisseur Chloe Carter has had more success navigating the gastronomic treasures of Boston than finding love. And when murders are linked to upscale restaurants, she must use all her culinary and investigative expertise to solve the cases. Steamed: Chloe meets Eric, her online match, at a five-star restaurant. But before dessert is even served he’s found dead in the men’s room. Suddenly, Chloe is plunged into the cutthroat world of trendy restaurants and murder investigations. Along the way she connects with a sexy chef—but is he Eric’s killer? Simmer Down: Chloe’s dishy boyfriend, Josh Driscoll, has just landed his dream job as executive chef at the new restaurant Simmer. As he preps for a New Year’s Eve grand opening, Chloe hooks him up with Food for Thought, an annual charity fundraiser. Everything is going perfectly—until murder makes a late addition to the menu. Turn Up the Heat: Having an executive chef boyfriend guarantees Chloe the best table at Simmer, Boston’s hottest new restaurant, any night of the week. So when the body of one of Simmer’s waitresses is found dead in a seafood delivery truck and expensive cooking equipment goes missing, Chloe is on the case.

The Fearless Baker

Author : Erin Jeanne McDowell

ISBN10 : 0544791444

Publisher : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Number of Pages : 384

Category : Cooking

Viewed : 809

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Book Summary: Top food stylist and Food52’s popular baking columnist shares her baking secrets. When people see Erin McDowell frost a perfect layer cake, weave a lattice pie crust, or pull a rich loaf of brioche from the oven, they often act as though she’s performed culinary magic. “I’m not a baker,” they tell her. But in fact, expert baking is not at all unattainable, nor is it as inflexible as most people assume. The key to freedom is to understand the principles behind how ingredients interact and how classic methods work. Once these concepts are mastered, favorite recipes can be altered and personalized almost endlessly. With the assurance born out of years of experience, McDowell shares insider tips and techniques that make desserts taste as good as they look. With recipes from flourless cocoa cookies and strawberry-filled popovers (easy), through apple cider pie and black-bottom crème brûlée (medium), to a statuesque layer cake crowned with caramelized popcorn (difficult), and “Why It Works,” “Pro Tip,” and make-ahead sidebars with each recipe, this exciting, carefully curated collection will appeal to beginning and experienced bakers alike.

My Kitchen: Slow Cooker

Author : Murdoch Books Test Kitchen

ISBN10 : 1742664466

Publisher : Allen & Unwin

Number of Pages : 0

Category : Cooking

Viewed : 370

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Book Summary: The My Kitchen series is packed with sensational flavours, simple methods and vibrant photographs. What's more, these easy, inexpensive and well-tested recipes use only commonly available ingredients and fresh seasonal produce. Each title in the series addresses those who are time poor, or budget-conscious so that cooking remains a joy. The slow cooker has become a must-have kitchen item because of its ability to transform simple ingredients into a comforting meal; all while you shop, work or even sleep! Slow Cooker features a wide range of recipes from family-friendly to spicy as well as indulgent dinner party dishes.

The Good, the Bad, and the Yummy

Author : Adina Steiman

ISBN10 : 0762434082

Publisher : Running Press Adult

Number of Pages : 160

Category : Cooking

Viewed : 1127

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Book Summary: Ah, the dilemma of food-“comfort food” versus “temple food”; dessert versus salad; good versus bad. We've all experienced it, the feeling that we want to indulge in something chocolate-y, but know we should go for something salad-y. Adina Steiman's The Good, the Bad, & the Yummy is the perfect companion for all of us who have felt the tug between satisfaction and discipline. While each and every single recipe in this book falls under the Yummy category, half of them are for when you're feeling like being good, and the other half, for the naughtier side of your cravings. Steiman tells readers that they can eat what they crave while still (occasionally) tending to the angel on their shoulder. Chock full of everything from amusing self-tests that assess which foods fit your moods, to what to look for in quality bacon, The Good, the Bad, & the Yummy also includes simple lifestyle tips for feeling great anytime and musings on the mysterious nostalgic power of Twinkies.

The Gastronomic Regenerator: A Simplified and Entirely New System of Cookery

Author : Alexis Soyer

ISBN10 :

Publisher : Good Press

Number of Pages : 1082

Category : Cooking

Viewed : 1281

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Book Summary: "The Gastronomic Regenerator: A Simplified and Entirely New System of Cookery" by Alexis Soyer. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.

My Master Recipes

Author : Patricia Wells

ISBN10 : 0062684051

Publisher : HarperCollins

Number of Pages : 496

Category : Cooking

Viewed : 1084

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Book Summary: Famed bestselling cookbook author Patricia Wells creates a blueprint for success in the kitchen with this superb collection of recipes drawn from her cooking schools in France—the perfect successor to Julia Child’s classic The Way to Cook. At her cooking schools in Paris and Provence, Patricia Wells’s students leave with more confidence in the kitchen than they ever experienced before. Now, home cooks can learn from the master, known for her collections of delectable, precise, and well-tested, recipes. Here Patricia Wells codifies the skills she imparts in her classes in this inviting instruction manual and cookbook. Each of the recipes teaches particular techniques—blanching, searing, simmering, sweating, steaming, braising, deep-frying—with additional recipes that take your skills in directions both savory and sweet, simple and profound—giving you the knowledge and assurance to expand your cooking even further. For each master recipe, Patricia provides creative sub recipes, such as: Braised Meat: Four-Hour Braised Aromatic Pork (Master Recipe), plus Provençal Lamb Daube with Tomatoes, Olives, and Mushrooms Grilling: Scallops Grilled in Shells with Truffle Butter (Master Recipe), plus Grilled Chicken Under a Brick Brioche: Honey Brioche (Master Recipe), plus Blueberry and Orange Blossom French Toast Madeleines: Sweet Chestnut Honey Madeleines (Master Recipe), plus a stunning Walnut Cake using the same batter. Roasted Vegetables: Autumn Rainbow Vegetables (Master Recipe), plus Roasted Eggplant with Harissa, Fennel Seeds, and Honey Panna Cotta: Lemon Panna Cotta with Candied Lemon Zest (Master Recipe), plus Raspberry Panna Cotta Rustic Galette: Apple and Fresh Rosemary (Master Recipe), plus Apricot and Lavender Honey Galette Patricia also provides a list of pantry essentials, necessary equipment, sources for finding the best ingredients—such as oils, fish and shellfish—a dependable list of preferred wine importers, and advice on when to make easy ingredient substitutions and when to stick to the original recipe.