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When Did Caesar Become a Salad and Jeremiah a Bullfrog
Martin Babb
1582294275
Feb 2005
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Williams-Sonoma Collection: Salad
Georgeanne Brennan
074322440X
May 2002
Hardcover
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Review
Chuck Williams It is my hope that the recipes in this book will inspire you to get into the kitchen and start cooking!

Review
Chuck Williams It is my hope that the recipes in this book will inspire you to get into the kitchen and start cooking!

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The Healthy Beef Cookbook
Richard Chamberlain
0471738816
Oct 2005
Paperback
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Book Description
More than 130 healthy beef recipes from the top authority in nutrition

Lean beef can be a key part of a healthy diet. Calorie for calorie, it's one of nature's most nutrient-rich foods. Now, the National Cattlemen's Beef Association and the American Dietetic Association show today's health-conscious cooks exciting new ways to use lean beef in everything from quick and easy mid-week suppers to special occasion meals. This full-color healthy cookbook features more than 130 delicious, nutritious recipes that call for one of the 22 cuts of beef that meet government guidelines for lean labeling.

The National Cattlemen's Beef Association is a trade association of America's cattle farmers and ranchers, the largest segments of the nation's food and fiber industry. The Association, on behalf of the...



Joy of Cooking: All about Salads and Dressings
Irma Von Rombauer
074321501X
June 2001
Hardcover
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Book Review
You know to first consult The Joy of Cooking for the perfect recipe for salads like caesar, cobb, Waldorf, or three-bean, but what about Pasta Salad with Shrimp, Roasted Red Peppers, and Black Olives, Hot Apple Slaw, or Bread and Tomato Salad? For more than 60 years, home cooks have turned to that beloved cookbook for classic recipes, definitions, and instructions for cooking techniques, but when looking for something new and different, full of spice, or slightly exotic, we tend to go elsewhere. So Ethan Becker is retraining us with The Joy of Cooking: All About Salads and Dressings. Becker--Irma S. Rombauer's grandson and Marion Rombauer Becker's son--continues the family tradition of sharing foolproof recipes for everyday cooking in everyday kitchens. But this new All About series is also beautifully illustrated, filled...


Greens Glorious Greens : More than 140 Ways to Prepare All Those Great-Tasting, Super-Healthy, Beautiful Leafy Greens
Johnna Albi
0312141084
March 15, 1996
Paperback
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From Publishers Weekly
We know that there is life beyond broccoli and iceberg lettuce, but what is one to do with the odd-looking green things with exotic names that increasingly line the produce shelves? Albi (who recently died) and Walthers (formerly food editor for Natural Health) take a careful look at greens from arugula and dandelion to kale and mesclun and other salad greens. The authors explain their subjects' virtues and shortcomings (steamed broccoli rabe served solo can be unpleasant); how to choose them; how?and how long?to keep them; how to clean them; and, in more than 140 recipes, how to cook them. Greens need a little help, they say, and many of the recipes lean on a smattering of olive oil, garlic or raisins to bring out the flavor: Kale with Raisins and Toasted Pine Nuts; Chinese Bok Choy, Shitake and Tofu; Garlic...


True Blueberry
Linda Dannenberg
1584794178
June 2005
Hardcover
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From Publishers Weekly
The blueberry is not only "phenomenally nutritious and beneficial to your health" but also boasts a subtle, sweet flavor that is transformed when heated. Dannenberg, whose previous book concerned salad dressings (Perfect Vinaigrettes), collects 80 recipes using the common fruit, many coming from celebrated chefs like Alain Ducasse. Although traditional blueberry favorites get maxed out (the book contains, for example, five blueberry muffin recipes), Dannenberg provides plenty of variety in her single-subject cookbook. Breakfast and brunch items such as Blueberry-Orange Coffee Cake and Lemon Ricotta Pancakes with Blueberry Peach Compote are fairly commonplace, but later chapters get more interesting. Offerings in the soup and salad section include Lobster Salad with Blueberry-Beet Sauce and Cucumber Salad Garnish,...


The Best 50 Salad Dressings
Stacey Printz
1558672117
September 1998
Paperback
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Book Description
Choose from a plethora of recipes for dressings, and salads with which to toss them.
Find a range of choices, from creamy and indulgent to tangy and fat-free.


Relax Your Way to Thin! Hypnosis Weight Loss Motivation
Beverly Hills Hypnosis, Trevor H Scott
0976313820
July 25, 2003
Audio CD
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Rick Floyd, Art Director - "Vanity Fair", "Vogue"
"Trevor’s talent gave me the ability to change my life."

Paris Barclay, Director - "The West Wing", "ER"
"Trevor's help was so effective, I continue to recommend him to my family and friends."

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Twelve Months of Monastery Salads : 200 Divine Recipes for All Seasons
Victor-Antoine D'Avila-Latourrette
1558322779
March 15, 2004
Hardcover
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From Publishers Weekly
A Benedictine monk and nine-time author follows up his Twelve Months of Monastery Soups with a similar ode, this time to the healthful, palate-pleasing salad. D'Avila-Latourrette, resident monk at Our Lady of the Resurrection Monastery, near Millbrook, N.Y., has collected hundreds of eclectic salad recipes from around the world. Arranged by the month, each of these mostly vegetarian salads (some contain egg, cheese or fish) call for the fruits, grains and vegetables appropriate to the season. Salads range from classics such as Caesar Salad and German Potato Salad to rustic Dutch-Style Egg and Cheese Salad, on to more exotic fare, such as Capered Deviled Eggs with Beets and Remoulade Sauce. The recipes are user-friendly and contain helpful suggestions on how and when to serve each dish, as d'Avila-Latourrette...


California Pizza Kitchen Pasta, Salads, Soups, And Sides
Larry Flax
0688164668
June 1999
Hardcover
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From Booklist
High-spirited, egalitarian, and eclectic describe aspects of the California Pizza Kitchen style. In addition to the melange of distinctive ingredients one finds on this restaurant chain's pizza menus, other appealing victuals are featured. The newest effort by restaurateurs Flax and Rosenfield presents adventurous ways of preparing popular ethnic foods, such as spring rolls that meld teriyaki chicken with tortillas and Thai satay sauce. Spaghetti is transformed by a dousing of Kung Pao sauce for a spicy twist on an Italian theme. Creative appetizers, pastas, salads, soups, and sandwiches are accompanied by a handful of delectable desserts. Employees of the restaurant chain contribute commentary here and there to enhance this, the California Pizza Kitchen's second cookbook. Alice Joyce

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Soups, Salads & Starters
Williams-Sonoma
0848728068
July 2004
Hardcover
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Book Description
The award-winning Williams-Sonoma Kitchen Library, treasured cookbook series comprising forty-three single-subject titles, provides the material for seven new collector's editions. Each title in the new format offers comprehensive coverage of a method or style of cooking, or a menu part, compiling favorite recipes into a single, beautiful book. Gorgeous full-color images of every recipe as a finished dish anchor the pages, while step-by-step photographed techniques illuminate more challenging tasks. A detailed, illustrated glossary, a trademark of the Kitchen Library series, completes every book. Written by international cooking authorities, these timeless recipe collections provide everything the home cook needs to prepare delicious, inspiring meals for friends and family.


Delicious Salad Meals
Dot Vartan
1884627110
Jan 2005
Hardcover
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Book Description
Ideally suited to today's concept of lighter and healthier eating, this guide provides recipes with the salad as the main course by featuring poultry, meat, fish, and pork combined with vegetables, lettuce, grains, and pasta to create a healthy, hearty dish. Recipes for accompaniments, such as muffins, biscuits, and rolls combine with suggestions for desserts, including cookies and fruit, to help round out the dinner menu. In addition, a chapter on salad parties provides recipes for eight different gatherings—from a barbecue or a picnic to a football party—where a main dish can be perfectly complemented with suggestions for side salads. Easy-to-prepare recipes appeal to all levels of home cooks any season of the year. With a variety of simple, healthy recipes, readers are sure to have smiles at the dinner...


Tossed: 200 Fast, Fresh, and Fabulous Salads
Jane Lawson
1592234186
May 2005
Paperback
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Book Description
Tossed perfectly reflects the cooking style favored by young people today—fresh, healthful, packed with flavor, and simple to toss together. Beginning with a basic primer on preparing a salad, author Katy Holder then leads the reader through hearty winter salads; pasta and grain salads; main dishes celebrating the height of summer’s fresh produce; tasty seafood creations; and colorful, fruity salads. More than 200 recipes provide cool or warm solutions for every meal of every season. Venturing far beyond simple leafy accompaniments, Tossed celebrates lightened and hipper interpretations of the one-pot meal such as Seared Tuna and White Bean Salad; Watercress, Feta and Watermelon Salad; Beef Teriyaki with Cucumber Salad; Warm Lentil and Rice Salad; and Thai Noodle Salad. Enlivened by a funky, retro design,...


Salad Bar Beef
Joel Salatin
096381091X
July 1996
Paperback
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Very Salad Dressing
Teresa H. Burns
1587612097
March 2004
Paperback
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Book Description
Salad is a celebration of the season’s freshest vegetables and when doused in delicious dressings, its flavors and textures dance on the palate. Spice up your salads with VERY SALAD DRESSING, a collection of more than 70 mouthwatering recipes, from standards like Bob’s Blue Cheese or Olive and Herb Vinaigrette to more creative dressings like Red Onion and Poppy Seed or Pear-Apple Surprise. You’ll find dressings and marinades made from oil and vinegar (including five Caesar variations) and fruits and vegetables, as well as creamy dressings. Ditch the pricey processed commercial dressings—with VERY SALAD DRESSING, you’ll master a variety of homemade dressings that will please your family, friends, and most of all, your taste buds.

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Salad People and More Real Recipes
Mollie Katzen
1582461414
Sept 2005
Hardcover
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From School Library Journal
Starred Review. PreSchool-Grade 3–In this charming offering, Katzen follows the format and emphases of Pretend Soup and Other Real Recipes (Tricycle, 1994) to present 20 new kid-tested concoctions. Not a hot dog, tub of frosting, or package of Kool-Aid is to be found among these dishes; this is real food, the nutritious and delicious kind–low fat, low sugar, and meatless. The first recipe encourages kids to be creative and make their own miniature Salad People out of cheese, fruit, vegetables, and pasta. Tiny Tacos are tortilla chip sandwiches of refried beans, guacamole, salsa, and grated cheese. Focaccia starts with store-bought pizza dough that is painted with olive oil, sprinkled with rosemary, and baked. Chewy Energy Circles are a nutritious alternative to expensive power bars. Each tasty...


Sensational Salads
Barbara Scott-Goodman
1584794186
May 2005
Hardcover
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Book Description
The salad days are here! Barbara Scott-Goodman proves that there's no limit to the ways in which nature's freshest ingredients can be combined to make healthy, great-tasting salads for every palate, for every diet, and for every part of the meal. In Sensational Salads, she offers 70 unique and imaginative recipes for low-calorie, high-flavor dishes using greens, vegetables, fruits, and grains, as well as meats and seafood.

Included are mouth-watering recipes for appetizers, side dishes, and entrées-such as Winter Fruit Salad with Goat Cheese and Walnuts; Savory Warm Duck, Orange, and Olive Salad; and Thai-Style Beef and Mint Salad-along with vinaigrettes and dressings. The book also features sections on selecting and using the wide variety of greens found in markets today, in addition to information on...


Salads
Elsa Petersen-Schepelern
1841721646
April 2001
Hardcover
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About the Author
Elsa Petersen-Schepelern is a Danish-Australian food writer and editor. She began her working life as a publicist for movie stars, best-selling novelists, sportsmen, and comedians, as well as top chefs, before taking up the pen and the pans on her own account. Based in London, Elsa now spends much of her time sampling food and wine around the world. She draws on an eclectic mix of cuisines, as well as fresh seasonal ingredients, as the inspiration for her delicious recipes. Peter Cassidy is a London-based photographer and food lover. He specializes in food and travel and his work appears in many magazines, including Food and Travel, Livingetc., and FHM. For Ryland Peters and small he has photographed Easy Sushi, Extra Virgin: Cooking with Olive Oil, and Grill Pan Cooking.


The Complete Book Of Sauces
Sallie Y. Williams
0028603605
June 12, 1995
Paperback
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Book Description
The Complete Book of Sauces"...for those who like to jazz up grilled chicken, fish or meat with a sauce or salsa, take a look at The Complete Book of Sauces." —Los Angeles Daily News It's Easy to Make a Different Dish Every Night With over 300 recipes, The Complete Book of Sauces can help you turn your ordinary dinner into a delicious meal. Author Sallie Y. Williams includes white sauces, wine sauces, marinades and barbecue sauces, salad dressings, sweet sauces for desserts, and fruit sauces. A variety of new, mouth-watering sauces to enhance your favorite dishes-like Jalapeño Vinaigrette, Dijon Yogurt Dressing, Fresh Vegetable Salsa, Garlic and Honey Marinade, and Gingered Pear Sauce-are a snap to create. Classic recipes-such as Hollandaise and Béchamel-are represented here as well, some with...


Best Dressed Southern Salads
Vicky Moon
1892123819
Dec 2002
Paperback
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Jacksonville Magazine
"...Moon looks for the delightful dishes that are the hallmarks of the Southern take on the traditional staple..."

Lucretia McDine, Daily Press (Newport News, VA)
"In her chatty cookbook, Vicky Moon sketches a culinary road trip from Key West to Washington, D.C."

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Salad Dressings 101
Nathan Hyam
1552855244
Mar 2004
Paperback
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Book Description
Over 101 fresh and delicious ideas. The best salad dressing recipes from three dozen chefs and cooks are now available in one great collection, Salad Dressing 101. Chef Nathan Hyam has personally selected over 101 recipes for vinaigrettes, creamy dressings, low-fat dressings, Caesar dressings, and potato and pasta salads dressings. The introduction provides an overview of the simple ingredients and techniques that make a perfect dressing and demonstrates easy ways to adapt dressing to any salad. Along with classics that belong in any cook's repertoire, there are innovative dressings with international flavors. Symbols throughout the book provide guidance on which dressings go with which salads. Discover delicious recipes such as: - Basic Vinaigrette - Green Goddess Dressing - Classic Caesar Dressing -...


Moosewood Restaurant Daily Special: More than 250 Recipes for Soups, Stews, Salads, and Extras
Moosewood Collective
0609802429
October 1999
Paperback
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Book Review
Since 1973, The Moosewood Restaurant, well off the beaten path in Ithaca, NY, has been demonstrating how exciting vegetarian cooking can be. Their excellent use of seasonings and the variety of their multiethnic menus have influenced chefs all over the U.S. Customers come from all over the world to dine at this shrine to natural foods at their best. The collective running the restaurant, whose members put together The Moosewood Restaurant Daily Special--their eight cookbook--spread meatless inspiration to home cooks, too.

At the restaurant, everything on the menu changes every day, except the daily special, which consists of a bowl of soup, a salad, and a hearty slab of bread. Here, in more than 275 recipes, you can have comfortable, easily prepared ethnic adventures inspired by places in every corner of the globe, from...



Pasta Salad
Barbara Lauterbach
0811842037
January 2004
Paperback
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From Publishers Weekly
Dedicated entirely to pasta salad’s many charms, Lauterbach’s appetizing cookbook gives readers a reason to start eating carbs again. Pasta salad usually brings to mind gummy macaroni and processed mayonnaise, but Lauterbach, whose other salad-themed books include Potato Salad and Chicken Salad, offers 50 innovative interpretations, such as Orecchiette and Roasted Butternut Squash with Honey-Ginger Dressing and Peaches and Pasta Salad with Mint. Her hearty and colorful Radiatore Beef Salad with Horseradish Dressing is a one-dish supper that’s a delicious way to use leftover steak, and her quick Pepperoni Pizza Salad is chewy and cheesy, a certain kid-pleaser. Lauterbach even makes pasta salad luxe with a Music Festival Lobster dish, a lush combination of lobster meat, tarragon, pasta shells, and...


Salad!
Steven Wheeler
1842154869
Apr 2001
Paperback
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Book Description
This collection of over 200 recipes shows just how much more there is to salad than a handful of lettuce leaves and a few tomatoes.

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