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Miss Vickie S Big Book Of Pressure Cooker Recipes

Author: Vickie Smith
Publisher: Wiley
ISBN: 9780764597268
Size: 67.43 MB
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The Ultimate Pressure-Cooker Cookbook Nobody knows more about pressure cookers than Vickie Smith, creator of the leading pressure-cooker Web site, MissVickie.com. Now, at last, Miss Vickie has gathered all of her pressure-cooker wisdom into a book. Whether you're a pressure-cooker newcomer or a longtime fan, you'll find all the recipes, techniques, and tips you need for a lifetime of great pressure-cooker meals. Miss Vickie's Big Book of Pressure Cooker Recipes is jam-packed with nearly 400 fast, tasty, foolproof recipes, ranging from one-pot meals like Chicken and Rice with Mushrooms to Sweet and Sour Pork, Navy Bean Soup, and Chocolate Malt Cheesecake. Miss Vickie's detailed recipe instructions and special techniques, such as "pan in pot" pressure cooking, guarantee that each dish comes out perfectly cooked--and perfectly delicious. But Miss Vickie gives you more than just great recipes. Her book also provides in-depth guidance on every aspect of choosing and using a pressure cooker, including A buyers' guide to modern pressure cookers Step-by-step pressure-cooker instructions Pressure-cooker safety Basic and advanced pressure-cooking techniques Common mistakes in pressure cookery Adapting recipes to the pressure cooker Tips, tricks, and troubleshooting Offering hundreds of recipes that are proven to work--and proven delicious--plus plain-English answers to all of your pressure-cooker questions, Miss Vickie has created the single most useful pressure-cooker book ever published. It's a resource you'll turn to again and again as you explore the world of pressure-cooker possibilities and pleasures.

Miss Vickie S Real Food Real Fast Pressure Cooker Cookbook

Author: Vickie Smith
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 0544187415
Size: 69.98 MB
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An all-new collection of super-easy, super-tasty recipes from the queen of the pressure cooker and best-selling author of Miss Vickie’s Big Book of Pressure Cooker Recipes Millions of people every year visit Vickie Smith's MissVickie.com, the number one website for pressure cooker recipes. With more than 1,000 delicious pressure cooker recipes, Miss Vickie's site has something for everyone. Pressure cookers are more popular than ever, and Miss Vickie’s first book was hugely popular. Now, she's back with this new collection of mouthwatering recipes, more than 200 in all! Focused on affordable meals that are super-simple to prepare, this book serves as a perfect companion to Miss Vickie's Big Book of Pressure Cooker Recipes. Includes 215 pressure cooker recipes that are easy to make and even easier to afford Features 28 gorgeous full-color photos Author Vickie Smith is the first name in pressure cooker recipes and has a huge following online Whether you've just started using your pressure cooker or you've been doing it for years but need new recipes, this is the perfect quick-and-easy pressure cooker book for you.

Hungry Monkey

Author: Matthew Amster-Burton
Publisher: HMH
ISBN: 0547416571
Size: 72.12 MB
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A dad’s “charming, funny” memoir of trying to pass along his refined culinary tastes, with some kid-friendly recipes included (Neal Pollack). Armed with the belief that kids don’t need puree in a jar or special menus when eating out, restaurant critic and food writer Matthew Amster-Burton was determined to share his love of all things culinary with his daughter, Iris. From the high of rediscovering tastes through a child’s unedited reaction to the low of realizing his precocious vegetable fiend was just going through a phase, Matthew discovered that raising an adventurous eater is about exposure, invention, and patience. Sharing in Matthew’s culinary capers is little Iris, a budding gourmand and a zippy critic herself—who makes huge sandwiches, gobbles up hot chilies, and even helps around the kitchen. This account, with dozens of delicious recipes and notes on which dishes can be prepared by “little fingers,” reminds us: “Food is fun, and you get to enjoy it three times a day, plus snacks.” “A very timely and excellent book.” —Anthony Bourdain “A fast, funny memoir punctuated with sensible advice and recipes . . . Encourages adults to chill the heck out and have fun cooking with their kids.” —Seattle Weekly “An antidote to the ubiquitous advice that bland food is best for little ones.” —Associated Press “Full of great ideas for family meals. In a world of culinary pandering to kids . . . Amster-Burton gets the recipe right.” —Neal Pollack, author of Alternadad “Amster-Burton is equal parts Mario Batali, Ray Romano, Dr. Spock of toddler cuisine, and Mr. Spock of child logic.” —Steven Shaw, author of Turning the Tables

Bicycles Bloomers And Great War Rationing Recipes

Author: Victoria Straker
Publisher: Grub Street Publishers
ISBN: 1473848121
Size: 32.58 MB
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The remarkable life and culinary career of the Martha Stewart of World War–era Britain. Dorothy Peel played a key role in creating wartime recipes for householders and was awarded an OBE in 1918 for services to the Ministry of Food. In this fascinating book, Vicky Straker explores the social history and cultural background behind Dorothy’s creations, and the effect of rationing during the First World War. Using extracts from her autobiography, and many other books, we are given a unique insight into the life of Dorothy Peel and a new perspective on the period. Her witty, poignant, and informative comments reveal a woman with a genuine social conscience, who was in many ways ahead of her time. Written in a light and accessible style, Bicycles, Bloomers and Great War Rationing Recipes reveals how society changed during the First World War, when rationing put a strain on every kitchen in the country. Many of Dorothy’s recipes are featured in their original form, such as the long forgotten Devilled Bananas and wartime Potato Gateau. Other mouth-watering recipes include Chicken en Casserole, Cheese Pufflets, and some delicious tea-time treats such as Feather Tart and Candied Pears. Vicky Straker has tried and tested recipes from Dorothy’s cookery books, and where appropriate amended them to suit modern tastes. “Superb biography, and some really interesting recipes to try!” —Books Monthly