The Ski House Cookbook

Author: Tina Anderson
Publisher: Clarkson Potter
ISBN: 9780307339980
Format: PDF, ePub
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A delicious collection of hearty, no-fuss recipes designed to thaw the cold of winter offers practical tips on cooking at high altitudes and how to get the most out of a slow cooker, while including 125 easy-to-prepare dishes that include Green Mountain Cheddar Fondue, "Mogul" Beef Chili, Hand-Warmer Hot Buttered Rum, and 'Twas the Night Before French Toast. 20,000 first printing.

The Ski Country Cookbook

Author: Barbara Scott-Goodman
Publisher: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 9780811859776
Format: PDF, ePub
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After a day of skiing, nothing's more satisfying than a hot meal. And The Ski Country Cookbook has 75 recipes to warm up anyone coming in from the cold. These rib-sticking dishes will fend off hunger all winter long, with hearty breakfasts to fuel up for a full day on the slopes and tasty dinners to savor when the day is over. The gang can relax aprs ski with a selection of simple-to-prepare appetizers and drinks and recharge with recipes like Cider-BraisedChicken and Lamb Stew with White Beans. For skiers, snowboarders, and ice skaters of all ages, or anyone who lovessnow-covered mountains under a crystal blue sky, welcome to ski country.

Essen ist fertig

Author: Jamie Oliver
Publisher:
ISBN: 9783831007295
Format: PDF
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Schnelle, alltagstaugliche Rezepte mit Pep von Englands Popkoch Jamie Oliver.

The Berkshires Cookbook

Author: Jane Barton Griffith
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1493016555
Format: PDF
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Western Massachusetts is a food hub and a pioneer in the sustainable food movement. Building on a history of family farms and soil enriched by the glaciers, “old is now new.” Centennial farms, still utilizing traditional and innovative farming methods, are incorporating sophisticated marketing practices to bring their food to markets and their customers to the farm. Long a cultural mecca, the area is now drawing visitors to farms and new restaurants. Food artisans are making breads, roasting coffees, growing wines, and laying tables end-to-end to create “pop up” restaurants in the midst of fields. The Berkshires & Pioneer Valley Cookbook showcases 60 recipes, organized by season and featuring local foods and special ingredients that will transform dishes from mundane to extraordinary with subtle twists and flavors.

Memorable Recipes

Author: Renee Behnke
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
ISBN: 0740773933
Format: PDF
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This exciting collection of recipes, ingredients, tools, and preparations celebrates the memorable gatherings hosted by Behnke, the president emeritus of the culinary mecca Sur La Table. Her new work, lavishly illustrated with 125 full-color photos, brings a bounty of tastes from around the world to 140 unique recipes.

Tajine

Author: Ghillie Başan
Publisher:
ISBN: 9783775005227
Format: PDF, Docs
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Blinder Passagier

Author: Patricia Cornwell
Publisher: Hoffmann und Campe
ISBN: 3455810896
Format: PDF, Docs
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Kay Scarpetta ist noch traumatisiert von ihrem letzten Fall und dem schrecklichen Tod ihres Lebensgefährten Benton Wesley, als seltsame Vorgänge in ihrem Büro sie in die Wirklichkeit zurückholen. Jemand hat ihre E-Mail manipuliert und versucht, Scarpetta aus dem Amt zu mobben. Kaum hat die oberste Gerichtsmedizinerin von Virginia begonnen, die Fäden wieder in die Hand zu nehmen, fordert ein Toter im Hafen von Richmond ihre ganze Aufmerksamkeit. Die Spur zeigt nach Frankreich. Kurz darauf passiert ein zweiter Mord, und Scarpetta und ihr langjähriger Kollege Marino werden von höchster Stelle nach Paris beordert. Hier soll in der Leichenhalle der Schlüssel zur Identität des Mörders liegen. Je näher Scarpetta dem Zentrum des Bösen kommt, desto mehr spürt sie, dass kein anderer als sie selbst in seinem Visier steh