With love of great cuisine and the bounty of our nation evident throughout this book, "Capitol Hill Cooks" contains recipes from members of Congress, as well as every president from George Washington (Cranberry Pudding) to Abraham Lincoln (Mary Todd Lincoln's Vanilla Almond Cake) to Barack Obama (The Obama Family's Linguini).
Carolyn Quick Tillery has compiled an inspirational collection of recipes, stories and vintage photos tracing the history, contributions and sacrifice of American military wives.
Dawn Hall takes low carb beyond steak and broccoli and bacon and eggs to a full line of dishes for every meal. From creative egg casseroles to an elegant and easy dinner perfect for company, this is the cookbook to make low carb livable.
Americans pour time and money into their bodies to get in good physical shape. But Corinne Gediman reminds us not to forget our minds in the process. Her book provides ways to keep the aging mind in top condition.
As medication prices skyrocket, Peter Weaver’s guide is a timely answer: helping you get smart about the safety and cost of prescription medicines.
Dr. Marmur believes that to obtain gorgeous, healthy skin you need just three basic skin care essentials. And she gives you the know-how to adjust your regimen to treat issues like acne breakouts, dry skin, wrinkles and more!
The impact of nutritional medicine has had a dramatic, controversial and documented impact on the lives of Dr. Strand's patients – and can now change readers' lives too.
Cooking, like so many creative endeavors, is defined by relationships. For instance, knowing exactly how much flour to put into a loaf of bread isn't nearly as useful as understanding the relationship between the flour and the water, fat or salt.
"The Elements of Cooking" is destined to be the go-to book for any amateur or professional cook. It defines terms and offers the basic ratios of important preparations (sauces, cakes, etc.).
These beautiful color photographs and step-by-step style and drink ideas make it easy to create elegant centerpieces, signature beverages and delightful welcoming touches that transform the table and the house.
Because Thanksgiving entertaining often extends beyond the holiday meal, this book includes menus for a casual Day-After Lunch, with turkey sandwiches and snacks, and a homey Weekend Breakfast, with French toast, and an irresistible pumpkin bread.
"On Food and Cooking" is an invaluable and monumental compendium of basic information about ingredients, cooking methods and the pleasures of eating. It will delight and fascinate anyone who has ever cooked, savored or wondered about food.
There is simply no one like Shirley Corriher. People everywhere recognize her from her TV appearances on the Food Network and ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" with Snoop Dogg as her fry chef.
In these pages, you'll find inspiring first courses and a tempting variety of side dishes and desserts as well as some new ideas for the main course.
"Mastering the Art of French Cooking" is for both seasoned cooks and beginners who love good food and long to reproduce at home the savory delights of the classic cuisine.
The 75th Anniversary Edition of the "Joy of Cooking," as it has always done, speaks to the time in which it is published. This "Joy" has come full circle from 1997 with a huge emphasis on American home cooking.
No matter what the event, the recipes in these pages will make your holiday menu a success.
A cookbook and kitchen planner designed to help organize the kitchen, plan meals a week at a time and organize shopping so that the ingredients needed for every meal are available at the right time.
There's no holiday Paula Deen loves better than Christmas, when she opens her home to family and friends, and traditions old and new make the days merry and bright.
This special Christmas book is a collection of traditional Christmas stories, delicious recipes, historical backgrounds of famous carols and fun games to play on Christmas day!
Rebecca Hagelin lays out 30 simple and concrete actions that parents can implement to reconnect with their children and to encourage them to find purpose outside today’s “cultural norm.”