Cooking made easy? written with successful cooking in mind, Cooking with Tools enables anyone to cook with confidence and pride, knowing that this trusted book is a tried and tested source of delicious recipes. With over 25 copies printed to date, it will provide an essential item for 25 kitchens.
American chef Jessica Theroux spent a year traveling throughout Italy, cooking and talking with Italian grandmothers. The result is a charming and authentic collection of recipes, techniques, anecdotes, and photographs that celebrate the rustic and sustainable culinary traditions of Italy's most experienced home cooks.cooking with Italian Grandmothers features the histories and menus of fifteen grandmothers, each of whom welcomed Ms. Theroux into her kitchen and pantry and shared both favorite dishes and personal wisdoms. From the dramatic winter shores of Ustica to the blooming hills of Tuscany in the spring, readers will journey though Italy's most diverse regions and seasons to discover the country's most delectable dishes, from the traditional to the unexpected, and meet the storied women who make them.
There is no one-size-fits-all diet. Fad diets all promise miraculous results for your appearance?yet people continue to eat poorly, gain weight and depend on medications and operations to maintain their health. It?s time for a reality check: there is no one right diet. Learn the secrets of intuitive eating and start building a new relationship with your body! This book is loaded with valuable insights into nutritional theories, simple ways to nurture your body and holistic approaches to maximize health. Weigh the strengths and weaknesses of many popular diets. Discover the wisdom behind your body?s cravings. Explore the connection between food, sexuality, spirituality and work. Add more to your diet rather than cut back, and enjoy your favorite foods without guilt! This booked, written by Joshua Rosenthal, the founder the of the world's largest nutrition school, offers a play-by-play for proper nutrition and personal growth and is packed with delicious, easy-to-follow recipes.
Butchery was nearly a dead art until a recent renaissance turned progressive meat cutters into culinary cult idols.inspired by a locally driven, nose-to-tail approach to butchery, this new wave of meat mavens is redefining the way we buyand cook our beef, pork, fowl, and game. The momentum of this revived butcher-love has created a carnivorous frenzy pulling a new generation of home cooks straight into the kitchen?primal Cuts: Cooking with America?s Best Butchers istheir modern meat bible.
We are now global citizens in the food that we eat. In the developed world at least, food is multi-cultural. As food dishes are passed from one country to another they are adapted to meet local needs. As a result we lose touch with their origins. This is a recipe book with a difference. Produced for aspiring cooks, the book presents a range of dishes from around the world with a brief commentary on how each dish came into being and the creators of each dish. More than this, the recipes are designed to be simple to follow and visually compelling, with photographs illustrating various stages in the preparation of each meal. This is cooking with a slice of ?slice (flavour) of history? ? to help you cook well and learn at the same time.
About the Author - Barbara W. Hill was born in London and grew up in Rugby, England. She went to schools in Rugby and Oxford before attending art college. She and her husband spent two years in Sweden and then moved to Northfield, Minnesota. Hill is a professional artist who specializes in printmaking and painting. Hill first learned to cook from her mother. She often delights her friends with English meals and takes great pleasure in both the preparation and presentation of the meals.
- To Waste Or Not To Waste Environment And Technology The offical e-publication of ECO www.eco-singapore.org 3rd Issue May - July 2006 Singapore?s Environment Treasures Interviews - Can We Use Technology Without Hurting The Environment? - An Interview With Mr Jack Sim - An Interview With LHT - Notes From The Bamboo River
Published monthly, Eucalyptus Magazine is a local sustainable living and wellness magazine that serves as a resource guide to better living in the greater Bay Area. We integrate compelling, locally oriented editorial with informative national features to deliver useful information that our readers seek. Each edition profiles one or more successful Bay Area companies or providers within the health, wellness, or eco/green industries, and provides information on products and services that support sustainable, eco-friendly lifestyles.
Listonic shopping list presents 13 tips on storing and preserving your favourite everyday food products. To cook delicious, good-looking meals, you need fresh, high-quality ingredients. Although you can't un-spoil food, there are few things that can keep your fresh groceries in good condition for a longer period of time. Check Listonic's slideshow, get to know how to keep your groceries crisp & healthy two times longer and prepare totally yummy dishes!
The new issue of Jamie Magazine is packed full of everything you need to make your Christmas go with a swing. There?s an exclusive preview of the recipes Jamie will cook in his five Christmas TV specials ? everything from the turkey and trimmings to perfect roast potatoes and showpiece festive puddings ? but that?s not all. We?ve got great ideas for edible gifts, a wonderful veggie feast to tempt even the staunchest carnivore, fun recipes for kids and great dishes for an elegant New Year?s Eve dinner party. In fact, there are more than 170 wonderful recipes in this great-value issue, so pick up a copy today.
FULL ISSUE IN PRINT - This is a special web sneak peek. The issue centers on entertaining - during the winter months it's great to gather round and enjoy the company of family friends. Features a special brunch by William & Susan Brinson, an exciting menu in the Organic Kitchen, Shrimpton Couture and much more!
Mountainbiking is a fascinating sport which only works in harmony with nature. All you need is your bike, a trail and functional bike wear. Taking a closer look at the climate change, the environmental and social problems, sustainability becomes very important. triple2 feels responsible! triple2 is the first bike wear business whose aim is to be 100% sustainable. To reach this goal we want to provide you the first CO2 neutral bike wear on the market.
triple2 bike wear is not only green and sustainable but is functionally advanced and stylish. triple2 provides bike wear for the new generation of mountainbikers who want to be part of a new bike wear era. triple2 has it all: sustainability, function and style.
This issue focuses on food, Gmos, healthy cooking, farmers' markets, bees and local beekeping and green tips for the kitchen. Tune in for an exclusive interview with Nell Newman, founder of Newman's Own Organics and the daughter of Paul Newman. For everything about health, wellness, environment, farmers and companies in the San Francisco Bay area, Silicon Valley, Palo Alto and San Jose, visit Eucalyptus Magazine. Our Youtube channel features videos about related topics. www.youtube.com/eucalyptusmag.eucalyptus is the San Francisco Bay Area?s resource for green and health-conscious lifestyles. Through our print publication, website and events, we share knowledge and inspire our readers to celebrate their health, support local businesses and surrounding communities, and protect the environment we live in.
W25 Magazine is an independent and nontraditional publication, dedicated to stretching the boundaries in photography, music, illustration, and lyrics through artists around the world. W25 is an on-line and eco friendly print on demand magazine.
Munatycooking Magazine is all about food and cooking. You can visit our websites and enjoy recipes for easy to make yet mouth watering dishes, or can participate in the magazine with articles related to cooking. To know more please visit http://munatycooking.blogspot.com.
This issue has an eco theme, in support of Liverpool?s successful Year of the environment, and we have focused on everything from green living, clean cars and eco homes. the project behind the year?s theme is our City our Planet, so with a couple of months left to go for 2009, and indeed this decade, let?s leave it on an eco-high! Our cover this issue is courtesy of the English National Ballet, touring cities around the UK and in Liverpool at the end of October.
Published monthly, Eucalyptus Magazine is a sustainable living and wellness magazine that serves as a resource guide to better living in the San Francisco Bay Area. We integrate compelling, locally oriented editorial with informative national features to deliver useful information that our readers seek. Each edition profiles one or more successful Bay Area companies or providers within the health, wellness, or eco/green industries, and provides information on products and services that support sustainable, eco-friendly lifestyles.
Check out the December/January 2011 online issue of Gadgets Magazine where we deliver the latest and hottest tech lifestyle products and news keeping you up to date with everything new in technology, fashion, entertainment and events.
Have It Green Magazine provides a truly eco efficient avenue for progressive viewers to connect with the latest eco innovations and technology entering the world today. Cutting edge, not corners, HIG Magazine brings the trendiest realities to our readers in the most eco efficient medium available. At HIG, we know it is the individual little life changes that are necessary to make a large global impact. Our magazine focuses on real life, up and coming solutions to environmental issues, energy efficiency, and the transitions to an eco lifestyle. We believe with a follow suite faster mentality, HIG can push industry limits and cover the latest eco trends to expose our viewers to ?what?s next? so little eco standards, such as recycling, becomes an individual decision of the past. Striving towards new standards of eco living will enable all to follow suite faster.
Beyond his technique, beyond his palette, what Monet brought to Giverny was his vision. In the same way, beyond her camera and experience, the unique vision that Claudia Toutain-Dorbec brought there shines through in her lavish creations of color and form. ?personal, novel, philosophical, poetic? ? these are the ways French curator Nicole Zapata-Aubé sees Claudia?s work. And they are the links as well between her own photographic artistry and the beauty that both inspired and was brought to life by Claude Monet.
Twenty years ago SWEAT Magazine emerged to fill a need. Arizona amateur athletes, fitness buffs and recreational sport fans needed a place to turn to for event info, event results, profiles on amateur jocks, new product reviews and news of the Arizona athletic and fitness community. Often quoted and referenced by other media, SWEAT has evolved into the state?s most respected source of participatory event information, fitness and recreation opportunities as well as a leader in wellness trends and issues. Along the way, SWEAT has won kudos from its readers and awards from sports councils, industry trade groups and its media peers. The magazine?s quality editorial and design have been recognized nationally. SWEAT Magazine is a published ten times a year with a circulation of 50 0000 for each issue.
Whether you're looking to remodel your entire home or you are interested in the latest trends in home fashion, interior design, kitchen appliances or even eco-friendly ideas Los Angeles Living Magazine is here for all of your needs. Our experience offers our readers excellent resources to accomplish all of their dreams for the home and much more.
Whether your looking to remodel your entire home or you are interested in the latest trends in home fashion, interior design, kitchen appliances or even eco-friendly ideas Las Vegas Living Magazine here for all of your needs. Our experience offers our readers excellent resources to accomplish all of their dreams for the home and much more.
By its nature, do-it-yourself sewing is environmentally friendly. In Sewing Green, Betz White takes stitching to an even higher level of sustainability, presenting 25 projects made from repurposed thrift-store and back-of-the-closet finds and organic fabrics.white?s whimsical yet practical designs include an apron constructed from men?s dress shirts (and a wallet from the shirts? cuffs!), a soft blanket pieced from secondhand cashmere sweaters, and even a tote bag refashioned from used Tyvek envelopes. Along the way, White dispenses tips on everything from how to deconstruct old garments for reuse in new creations to how to wrap gifts with resusable fabric scraps instead of paper.inspiring profiles about well-known leaders in the eco-stitching movement are sprinkled throughout, and a complete resources section helps crafters make eco-smart choices. With Sewing Green, today?s sewers will be fashioning handmade heirlooms and sustaining traditions for generations to come.
empower Magazine is the leading personal and professional development magazine for women. Browse the free online version of the magazine to find great articles from business, executive and life coaches and other experts in health and wellbeing, relationships and finances. Plus, use the goal setting worksheets to set some goals and improve your life.
Early in 2011, the latest parenting and children?s magazine was launched in the United Arab Emirates. Mother, Baby & Child Magazine offers only the most credible advices courtesy of our partnering doctors, industry experts and statistical references. Topics range from pre-conception, pregnancy, birth and childhood up until nine years of age. The magazine also aims to empower mums from all walks of life ? giving them holistic and wellbeing advice, as well as inspirational articles. Mumtrepreneurs, charitable women and eco-friendly divas likewise take the spotlight in our Women of the Month segment. Mum-and-child-friendly vouchers offer fabulous deals from Mother, Baby & Child Magazine?s generous partners. Family activities, venues as well as services and products are being featured monthly both on the magazine and the interactive website.
Green Child is a village of moms with one primary goal, to raise healthy, happy children. While helping Mother Earth and raising our children, we have one other mission, to get every single child out of foster care and in to a place they can call home, with a family who will love them, unconditionally, forever. Each issue we will feature chidren who are in seach of their very own family. You can help us by simply sharing our magazine with anyone and everyone you know.