My Street Food Kitchen

Author: Jennifer Joyce
Publisher: Murdoch Books
ISBN: 9781743364598
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Inspired by the aromas, flavors, and theatre of food prepared on the roadside, My Street Food Kitchen brings a slice of the street food action into your home. Wisconsin native and renowned food writer, Jennifer Joyce presents a selection of street food recipes from her travels around the globe--from Mexico & South America, to the Middle East, China, Taiwan, India, Japan, Korea and the USA. From fiery tacos and icy ceviche, to dirty burgers, chai and roti, the 150 recipes are adapted for the home cook to make easy to prepare dishes for relaxed weekday eating, or for drawing together in to themed feasts, as well as offering many lighter and healthier slants on traditional treats.

My Street Food Kitchen

Author: Jennifer Joyce
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
ISBN: 9781743364185
Format: PDF, Kindle
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"The recipes in My street food kitchen represent a diverse and tantalising range of food discoveries, organised into regional chapters covering new American food; Mexico & South America ; the flavours of the Mediterranean ; the Middle East ; the best of China 7 Taiwan ; Japan & Korea ; South-East Asia ; and India"--Back cover.

My Street Food Kitchen

Author: Jennifer Joyce
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
ISBN: 192526761X
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Jennifer Joyce presents a selection of 'street food' recipes from around the globe, the flavour-filled, exotic foods 'to go' that we may have bought from hawkers or markets on our overseas travels, or that we purchase from our local takeaway or food truck. With this book, we can whip up a rich variety of international street food ourselves, creating dishes that are quick and easy to prepare, and which are often cheaper and usually much healthier than the bought variety. A collection of 150 dishes (organised into chapters by country) draws together recipes for mouth-watering tacos, burgers, curries, souvlaki, gozleme, noodles and dumplings, ceviche, pizza and many more. Clever shortcuts like spice pastes and modern cooking methods (for example, using a pressure cooker to create meltingly tender meat in a snap) mean the majority of dishes can be prepared and served in a really timely and efficient way for relaxed weekday eating.

Street Food Diaries

Author: Matt Basile
Publisher: Penguin Canada
ISBN: 0143193139
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Bring the street food movement into your kitchen and make the easiest, tastiest, and most original street food at home! There’s simply nothing tastier than homemade food cooked from scratch. And these days, the street is where you’ll find the best homemade dishes you’ve ever tasted. Whether he’s serving up outrageously delicious sandwiches from his popular Fidel Gastro’s food truck or across North America on the hit reality TV show Rebel Without a Kitchen, Matt Basile is always looking for inspiration to create amazing food that is simple enough to be mobile, different enough to make you talk about it, and awesome enough to make you crave it! Street Food Diaries features over 85 irresistible and original street food recipes plus mouthwatering photography and stories of the food and people at the core of street food culture. Matt’s recipes are fun, outrageously delicious, and totally inspired by the most vibrant food movement on the planet. So, try your hand at making Peanut Butter Cookie Fish & Chips Sandwiches, Philly Cheesesteak Tostadas, Maple Habanero Turkey Wings, Pad Thai Fries, or the infamous Alabama Tailgaters. If it’s on a stick, in a bun, or covered in bacon (a lot of bacon!), then it’s in Street Food Diaries!

The World Atlas of Street Food

Author: Sue Quinn
Publisher: University of Texas Press
ISBN: 9781477313961
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Street food is one of the most amazing culinary success stories of the twenty-first century, defying globalization and the spread of multinational fast-food franchises. Fresh, cheap, plentiful, and varied, street food offers urban residents a cornucopia of choices. Food that was once obtainable only on Saharan roadsides is now available in New York City, and Patagonian village recipes can be picked up in downtown Hong Kong. Millions of people all over the world eat street food every day, and their numbers are rising rapidly. The World Atlas of Street Food identifies the best places around the globe to find street food and surveys the mouth-watering range of food and drink being purveyed. Organized geographically and sumptuously illustrated, the book covers North America, the Caribbean, South America, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Asia, and Australasia. For several major cities in each region, Carol Wilson and Sue Quinn describe what the locals eat in the best and most established food markets. The authors offer inspired suggestions for menu combinations and which trademark delicacies to try. Maps in each chapter show the best places to find street food, and selected recipes enable readers to re-create the stand-out dishes at home. The most complete guide of its kind, World Atlas of Street Food belongs on the shelf of everyone who craves an imaginative, original alternative to homogeneous McFood.

Susan Feniger s Street Food

Author: Susan Feniger
Publisher: Clarkson Potter
ISBN: 0307952584
Format: PDF, Mobi
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A popular television chef shares eighty-three of her favorite recipes culled during visits to eateries throughout the world, offering insights into spice and ingredient combinations.

Eat This Book

Author: Tyler Florence
Publisher: Clarkson Potter
ISBN: 0307953726
Format: PDF, Kindle
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While traveling the globe as the host of Food Network’s hit TV shows Tyler’s Ultimate and Food 911, Tyler Florence developed a unique perspective on how Americans like to eat and cook today—and on how to help them with their daily cooking challenges. In Eat This Book, Tyler draws inspiration from kitchens around the world to enliven America’s favorite foods in more than 150 new real kitchen recipes for everyday occasions. Now you can wake up tired weeknight chicken with the zing of North African spices. Turn Sunday’s same old spaghetti dinner into an authentic Italian abbondanza with Pappardelle Bolognese and Veal Saltimbocca alla Romana. Hit a home run on game day with Fresh Tortilla Chips, Guacamole, and Farmstand Salsa. Each recipe zeroes in on the bright notes of fresh, global fare and a handful of readily available ingredients that engage the senses and spark the palate, and all are as easy to prepare as they are flavorful. From the simple pleasures of midnight fridge raids to the exotic and sophisticated, Eat This Book satisfies an array of hunger pangs in chapters that truly speak to the way we eat today: Eating introduces pantry basics with a twist, like Lemon-Caper Mayonnaise and Ginger-Soy Vinaigrette; Devouring presents snacks and cocktail bites such as Toasted Almonds in Chile Oil and Sautéed Feta Cheese; Noshing offers crowd-pleasing fare for impromptu gatherings like Cold Sesame Noodles and Grilled Pizza with Mozzarella di Bufala; Consuming lays out easy dishes for weeknight suppers, including Roasted Chicken Stuffed with Lemon and Herbs and Pan-Seared Tuna with Avocado; Tasting harvests ideas from the summer garden such as Spanish Gazpacho and Roasted Corn with Parmesan and Cayenne; Savoring serves up hot pots for cold nights, like Braised Brisket and Buttery Turnips; and Licking the plate clean showcases irresistible desserts, including Peach and Blueberry Crostata and Chocolate Tart. Packed with the excitement of a culinary wanderlust fulfilled and all the comforts of coming home again, Eat This Book proves there’s really no reason to eat out when the food from your own kitchen can be so delicious.

Eat Street

Author: John Carruthers
Publisher: Running Press
ISBN: 0762458704
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Thanks to foodies, soft-focus feature spreads, and unbending artisan philosophies, you’d think that cooking has become a rarified skill that only those with a Yelp account and three-hundred dollar knife set can enjoy. It’s easy to forget that delicious food is often loud, messy, and fun. When was the last time a Michelin-starred restaurant made you feel like you discovered a secret, amazing part of a city? When was the last time you yelled “this is f*king amazing!” at a tastefully-appointed bistro? But you did pledge your undying devotion to that food truck at 3:00 am, right before the memories get fuzzy. So we dug up that taco recipe, plus a couple hundred others worthy of your foul-mouthed late night praise. And now you can make it yourself at home. For those who like their food grilled, fired, and charred, Eat Street presents 200 recipes for the most delicious food in the world—street food. Starting with the setups, you’ll discover how to get the most out of everything from flat-top griddles to outdoor brick ovens to earthenware pots, so you make the best food with the right equipment. Then dig into the greatest hand-held grub from around the world: Philly Cheese Steaks, Pork Belly Gyoza Dumplings, Arepas, and more. Each recipe comes paired with a beer, so you put the right bottle or can with whatever you’re cooking. Welcome to Eat Street.

Pimp My Rice

Author: Nisha Katona
Publisher: Watkins Media Limited
ISBN: 1848992904
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Rice recipes to spice up your kitchen! Across continents, rice is the dramatic centrepiece of the table and at the heart of life. In Pimp My Rice, Nisha Katona shares recipes from her home kitchen and around the globe, from Pimped Rice Piri Piri to Beefed-Up Bibimbap and even Black Rice & Coconut Sorbet. Showcasing a rainbow of types and explaining how to cook them perfectly every time, Nisha takes the fear out of the world’s greatest cereal killer. Nisha Katona is a rice evangelist. Why? It does not need peeling, it does not need soaking, it likes to be left to cook without a watchful gaze. It is eternally long life, waiting long in dark cupboards, bidden to warm musky life when fridges are empty and potatoes are sullenly sprouting. Far from being an understudy, rice is the most virile, muscular weapons of mass construction in the busy working kitchen. Nisha, who runs a fantastically popular Curry Clinic on Twitter, is on a mission to demystify rice and to show the enormous breadth of rice recipes that can be created simply and quickly. As a second generation Indian, she shows how to marry different cuisines together, to create vibrant, exciting dishes. In other words, this is a book of pimped-up rice recipes.

Skinny Meals in Heels

Author: Jennifer Joyce
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1451685084
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Bestselling author and sensational food stylist Jennifer Joyce shares quick, delicious, and healthy cooking for busy lives—made easy and fun. Make no mistake, Skinny Meals in Heels is not a diet book. Nor is it a mundane “health” cookbook stripped of most of the flavor and all the fun. Picture instead a collection of quick, mouthwatering recipes that happen to be low in fat. It’s all about healthy meets delicious, with aromatic herbs, spice pastes, and chilies to flavor dishes instead of butter or cream, and baking replaces frying. Most of the 130 recipes inside can be made in thirty minutes or under an hour. They vary from skinny snacks, like Oven-Dried Root Vegetable Crisps, to comforting dishes, like Pork Scaloppine with Lemon-Wine Sauce. Sweets are here too, with details on how to make fat-free frozen yogurt and cocoa meringue kisses. Quick, delicious, and healthy is the new cooking mantra. So cook your friends and family a guilt-free, glamorous meal, and don’t forget a glass of wine. (P.S.: It doesn’t matter if you’re wearing heels or slippers.)