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Marcus Samuelsson

Aquavit: And the New Scandinavian Cuisine

Houghton Mifflin Inc., 2003

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Keo Sananikone

Keo's Thai Cuisine

With over 80,000 books in print, "Keo's Thai Cuisine" continues to be the definitive source for home cooks serious about Thai cooking. Full color.
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Chris Schlesinger

Salsas, Sambals, Chutneys & Chowchows :
Intensely Flavored 'Little Dishes' from Around the World


More than condiments but not exactly side dishes, the combinations of fresh fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices featured in this book are the very definition of flavor when eaten by themselves, and add a jolt of taste that can dress up any main course. Here are 40 inventive, easy-to-make recipes ranging from the familiar to the exotic. Full-color photos.
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Chris Schlesinger

License to Grill

Chris Schlesinger and "Doc" Willoughby, authors of the bestselling The Thrill of the Grill, are back with even more innovative and inspired everyday and exotic recipes and techniques for grilling great food. This time they've gone heavy on the lighter fare, with more vegetables, more seafood, more pasta, and more surprisingly grillable fruit. color insert.
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Chris Schlesinger

The Thrill of the Grill :
Techniques, Recipes, & Down-Home Barbecue


Gone are the days when grills were considered only for hamburgers and hot dogs. The authors of the lively book make grilling exotic with spicy, taste thrills such as Duck Steak with Cumin, Molasses and Ancho Chili Glaze, and Jerk Chicken with Banana Guava Ketchup. The Thrill of the Grill is the taste of things to come. More than 200 recipes. Illustrations.
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Chris Schlesinger

Lettuce in Your Kitchen :
Where Salad Gets a Whole New Spin and Dressings Do Double Duty


A salad-and-dressing lover's treasury of easy, creative, and dynamic salads and dressings includes simple tossed salads, all-vegetable creations, and substantial entrees, as well as information on choosing and cleaning greens and on dozens of non-salad uses for dressings.
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Chris Schlesinger

Big Flavors of the Hot Sun; Hot Recipes
and Cool Tips from the Spice Zone


More than 240 original and innovative recipes--simple to prepare, healthful, bursting with flavor--are derived from the cuisines of hot-weather places and range from unusual spice-and-seafood combinations to complexly flavored dishes.
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Barbara Scott-Goodman

Picnics :
Elegant Recipes for Alfresco Dining


A summer full of picnics is packed into a new little book from veteran author Barbara Scott-Goodman. Recipes range from good old deviled eggs with a handful of variations to add zip, to potato salad, upscale in a version that includes freshly cooked mussels and their liquid.
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Barbara Scott-Goodman

Sunday Dinner:
Seasonal Menus To Enjoy With Family And Friends


Sunday Dinner is about recapturing an old-fashioned mealtime tradition in a cozy, unintimidating way. It's important to take time to sit down with family and friends and enjoy a leisurely weekend meal. Each menu in Sunday Dinner includes recipes for an appetizer, a salad or soup followed by a main course with vegetable side dishes, and, of course, dessert. The recipes are a satisfying mixture of elements you can prepare ahead of time and at the last minute as well.
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Barbara Scott-Goodman

Autumn Nights, Winter Mornings :
A Collection of Cold-Weather Comfort Foods


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Barbara Scott-Goodman

Spring Evenings, Summer Afternoons :
A Collection of Warm-Weather Recipes


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Mimi Sheraton

The Whole World
Loves Chicken Soup



Gathered during years of travel and conversations with cooks, the recipes reflect intriguing differences and similarities in chicken soups the world over. And yes, the whole world does love chicken soup; almost all cultures regard it as a truly nurturing food of fragrant comfort and homey warmth.
Grouped geographically, the recipes range from the classic clear and golden Jewish soup of Eastern Europe to a creamy rose- colored Shorabit Addas, or Arabian Red Lentil Soup with Chicken; from hearty New England Chicken and Corn Chowder to a fiery Chicken Pepper Pot Soup and a lusty Italian Green Minnestrone with Chicken and Pesto. And the author also includes instructions for making dumplings, won-tons, noodles of many nations, and appetizing garnishes.
More than just a cookbook, this wonderful volume offers charming chicken soup ancedotes from such diverse personalities as Ed Koch, Geoffrey Beene, Yasir Arafat and Nell Newman, daughter of screen idol Paul Newman, who divulges her father's chicken soup habits and describes his favorite recipe.
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Nancy Silverton

Breads From The La Brea Bakery

This beautifully illustrated, ultrasophisticated cookbook is also accessible and user-friendly. Before the baking even begins, Silverton carefully and lovingly explains the wonder of bread alchemy: how to grow a yeasted starter (the secret of truly great bread), and how that starter interacts with a bread's other elements to bring about a firm yet light inside and a crispy, crusty outside. Then come the recipes which range from the whimsical (Raisin Brioche, Red Pepper Scallion Bread, and Fig-Anise Bread) to the practical (Baguettes, Bagles and Hamburger Buns) to the sublime (Pumpkin Bread, Mushroom Bread, and, perhaps best of all, Chocolate-Sour Cherry Bread.
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Nina Simonds

 
A Spoonful of Ginger :
Irresistible Health-Giving Recipes from Asian Kitchens


Part cookbook, part primer of Chinese medicine, Nina Simonds's A Spoonful of Ginger offers dietary advice, herbal home remedies, and lively, unintimidating Asian recipes for the American home cook. Try Braised Duck with Tangerine Peel and Sweet Potato as a cure for high blood pressure. Baked Black Bean Shrimp might be just the dish to get you over that bout of depression. Simonds presents the ailing reader with concoctions to relieve everything from hangovers to frostbite.
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A. Cort Sinnes

The Gas Grill Gourmet :
Great Grilled Food for Everyday Meals & Fantastic Feasts


Most grilling cookbooks have cooking times and techniques geared to charcoal, not gas. In his third cookbook, Cort Sinnes offers gas grillers a wealth of recipes, tips for enhancing flavor, and a surprising variety of grilling techniques, These 225 recipes show has gas grilling can be an exciting way to serve great food to family and friends any day of the week. Illustrations.
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Mark F. Sohn

 
Hearty Country Cooking :
Savory Southern Favorites


Nominated for a James Beard Award, this collection of mouth-watering recipes showcases the best foods of the South. Approximately 300 savory recipes exemplify the current trends in Appalachian cooking.
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Mark F. Sohn

Mountain Country Cooking :
A Gathering of the Best Recipes from the Smokies to the Blue Ridge


From Georgia to Maryland, the region known as Appalachia has created a style of country cooking that is without parallel. This collection features nearly 300 savory recipes of this unique cuisine, each offering a piece of history, shaped by time and the spirit of the Appalachian people. Line illustrations.
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Panderina D. Soumas

Soumas Heritage Creole Cookbook:
It brims with mouth-watering recipes and heartwarming family folklore as well as the broken patois' dialect...


This cookbook is filled with legendary, historical, and ancestral legends of Afro-Creole culture through the Soumas Family in South Louisiana as well as cultural connections with Louisiana's history from African slaves from French & Irish plantation era.
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Joachim Splichal

Cooking Without Recipes :
Unleash Your Creativity and Prepare Meals Your Friends and Family Will Love!


Using Cooking Without Recipes, readers can learn to make cooking easier, more economical, and just plain fun by turning every meals into a personal and fulfilling free-form expression of themselves.
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Mark Strausman

The Campagna Table :
Bring the Style and Cooking of the Italian Countryside into Your Own Home


Mark Strausman's restaurant Campagna is hailed as one of the best Italian restaurants in New York. The menu offers simple but delicious country-style Italian cooking in a warm and inviting atmosphere. Although the author was trained in the kitchens of Europe, he's also a family man, so he knows how home cooks really cook-and this is a cookbook written just for home cooks. There are chapters on quick-cooking and one-pot recipes for day-to-day cooking, and slow-cooking recipes for the weekends.
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