Wrapped Stuffed Foods

Wrapped   Stuffed Foods
Author: Mark McWilliams
Publsiher: Oxford Symposium
Total Pages: 304
Release: 2013-07-01
Genre: Cooking
ISBN: 9781903018996

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Contains essays presented at the 2012 Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery

Stuff It

Stuff It
Author: Lora Brody,Max Brody
Publsiher: Harper Collins
Total Pages: 167
Release: 2011-10-25
Genre: Cooking
ISBN: 9780062031143

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Stuffed foods are homey, quick, fun to make and delicious to eat. Over 75 recipes for all types of stuff ed food are offered here, including Deep Dish Stuffed Pizza, Crab Stuffed Sole, Cream Filled Cupcakes and Stuffed Blintzes with Blueberry Sauce.

Rolled Wrapped and Stuffed

Rolled  Wrapped  and Stuffed
Author: Janet Hazen
Publsiher: Addison Wesley Publishing Company
Total Pages: 164
Release: 1991
Genre: Cooking
ISBN: PSU:000022175007

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Appetizers can be more than a snack before a meal; in fact, they can be the meal. Rolled, Wrapped And Stuffed not only offers more than 60 fabulous recipes from around the world, but combines them in menus ideal for family meals or dinner parties. Special techniques and ingredients are clearly described and stunning color photographs illustrate the book's recipes. Full color throughout.

Keto Comfort Foods

Keto Comfort Foods
Author: Maria Emmerich
Publsiher: Simon and Schuster
Total Pages: 384
Release: 2017-05-02
Genre: Cooking
ISBN: 9781628602579

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The ketogenic diet is all about nourishing and healing your body with nutrient-dense whole foods, as international bestselling author Maria Emmerich has demonstrated in her previous books, The Ketogenic Cookbook and The 30-Day Ketogenic Cleanse. In Keto Comfort Foods, Emmerich has compiled her most soul-warming, happiness-invoking recipes. The book's 170+ recipes include cinnamon rolls, steak fries, chicken cordon bleu and tiramisu cheesecake. Maria has covered all the bases, giving you the recipes and tips you need to make delicious and healthy versions of your favourite dishes.

Local Food Systems and Community Economic Development

Local Food Systems and Community Economic Development
Author: R. David Lamie,Steven C. Deller
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 176
Release: 2020-05-21
Genre: Science
ISBN: 9781000059724

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Local Food Systems and Community Economic Development provides scholarly and practical knowledge on a range of issues often associated with local food system development. Many people agree that there are unintended consequences associated with the manner in which our food supply chain has evolved. These concerns range in focus from health, to environment, to economic structure, to social justice. But, for each argument critical of our current food system, there are to be found strong counter-arguments; the popular press is replete with stories that lean toward taking specific sides in these arguments, often demonizing those on the other side. In this volume local food scholars strive to be fair, balanced, and as factual as possible in their arguments. This even-handed approach is appropriate as it should foster more sustainable community change and should lead us toward a stronger foundation for scholarly inquiry and ultimately more respect and credibility for efforts to better understand the phenomenon of local and regional food system development. Amidst a deepening interest in local food systems as a community economic development strategy, Local Food Systems and Community Economic Development will be of great interest to scholars of community development, rural studies, agriculture, food systems, and rural economy. The chapters originally published as a special issue of Community Development.

The Routledge Handbook of Sustainable Food and Gastronomy

The Routledge Handbook of Sustainable Food and Gastronomy
Author: Philip Sloan,Willy Legrand,Clare Hindley
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 535
Release: 2015-06-12
Genre: Business & Economics
ISBN: 9781134457403

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The issues surrounding the provision, preparation and development of food products is fundamental to every human being on the planet. Given the scarcity of agricultural land, environmental pollution, climate change and the exponential growth of the world’s population where starvation and obesity are both widespread it is little wonder that exploring the frontiers of food is now a major focus for researchers and practitioners. This timely Handbook provides a systematic guide to the current state of knowledge on sustainable food. It begins by analyzing the historical development surrounding food production and consumption, then moves on to discuss the current food crisis and challenges as well as the impacts linked to modern agriculture and food security. Finally, it concludes with a section that examines emerging sustainable food trends and movements in addition to an analysis of current food science innovations. Developed from specifically commissioned original contributions the Handbook’s inherent multidisciplinary approach paves the way for deeper understanding of all aspects linked to the evolution of food in society, including insights into local food, food and tourism, organic food, indigenous and traditional food, sustainable restaurant practices, consumption patterns and sourcing. This book is essential reading for students, researches and academics interested in the possibilities of sustainable forms of gastronomy and gastronomy’s contribution to sustainable development. The title includes a foreword written by Roberto Flore, Head Chef at the Nordic Food Lab, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Food Material Culture

Food   Material Culture
Author: Mark McWilliams
Publsiher: Oxford Symposium
Total Pages: 389
Release: 2014-07-01
Genre: Cooking
ISBN: 9781909248403

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Contains essays on food and material culture presented at the 2013 Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery.

The 30 Day Sugar Elimination Diet

The 30 Day Sugar Elimination Diet
Author: Brenda Bennett
Publsiher: Victory Belt Publishing
Total Pages: 547
Release: 2022-12-06
Genre: Cooking
ISBN: 9781628604795

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The LAST detox you will ever need to conquer sugar cravings for good! Nutrition expert Brenda Bennett puts you in control with her two-track, no-fail program. With no gimmicks, no pre-packaged diet foods, and no juicer required, this complete sugar detox starter guide is unlike any other you have seen before. Giving you 90 nutrient-dense recipes and two diet tracks to choose from -- keto or low-carb -- Brenda arms you for success. She shows you how to use whole, everyday foods as your secret weapon to claim victory over sugar once and for all. The tracks are interchangeable and can be fine-tuned to jump-start weight loss and meet your individual health goals. With flexibility and tools for customization, Brenda helps you chart your course for success and walks with you each step of the way. Week 1: Choose your track and learn about hydration and electrolytes, healthy fats/oils, natural sugar-free sweeteners, and the snacks/beverages allowed during the detox. Week 2: Learn about intermittent fasting, how to test your blood glucose, and how to find the right balance of nutritious foods for your plate. Week 3: Identify your trigger foods so that you will not revert to bad habits again. Week 4: Test to see how your body reacts when you reintroduce certain whole-food carbohydrates. The 30-Day Sugar Elimination Diet is complete with an easy-to-follow meal plan that incorporates leftovers, shopping lists, and treats to satisfy every craving. This detox can be repeated for maximum benefits and ongoing success, promising to be the last sugar detox you will ever need!