To Brother Victor-Antoine, soup making is a spiritual exercise in which you consider food, health, and the meaning of creation. Twelve Months of Monastery Soups harks back to a simpler era, when people were in tune with seasonal harvests and the naturalflavors of fresh, locally grown ingredients.
Presented in order of growing seasons, Brother Victor-Antoine's soups offer a succulent range of flavors -- refreshing Watercress Soup for spring; Gazpacho made with ripe tomatoes for summer; Pumpkin Soup, savory for autumn; and Saint Nicholas Soup, made with turnips, carrots, potatoes, and cabbage, for winter holidays.
In keeping with the monastic emphasis on frugality, the recipes, 75 percent of which are vegetarian, call ... more
From a passionate and talented chef who also happens to be an Episcopalian priest comes this surprising and thought-provoking treatise on everything from prayer to poetry to puff pastry. In The Supper Of The Lamb, Capon talks about festial and ferial cooking -- the first geared toward the uninhibited gorging a la gourmand for those rare and special occasions, the second toward the more subdued talent of making prime ingredients work a little harder and stretch a little longer without scrimping on tasteor pleasure. Using these different methods as his guide, along with dozens of recipes, Capon offers an intellectual and philosophical exposition on food and faith.
With over 800,000 copies in print, the More-with-Less Cookbook has become the favorite cookbook of many families. Full of recipes from hundreds of contributors, More-with-Less gives suggestions "on how to eat better and consume less of the world's limited food resources".
More-with-Less Cookbook has not only changed how people eat, but their entire approach to life has reflected this more-with-less philosophy. In fact, more-with-less has become an integral part of our daily language.
"Come to the Table" is a celebration of food and fellowship as a tribute to the blessings of God through stunning photographs, inspiring writing, and delicious recipes.
Fellowship with others is one of the greatest gifts of God. "Come to the Table" celebrates this special time with friends and family with exquisite Southern recipes organized in chapters on parties and picnics, small group dinners, family gatherings, and dinner on the grounds, among others. Each chapter includes inspiring quotes, uplifting introductions, and a perfect combination of landscape and food photography that magnifies the glory of the Lord. "Come to the Table" gives you a taste of heaven on earth with all types of recipes, including:
Straight from Amish kitchens to yours, this cookbook offers favorite family recipes and charming stories from Amish and Mennonite cooks. Bake the pecan rolls that taste best after an ice-skating party, or try the hoagies that a community sold to help an Amish family with hospital bills. Discover the cocoa cupcakes with instructions to "stir by hand" that one young cook took literally, or whip up the whoopie pies that one Amish woman took to market in her horse and buggy. These cherished recipes speak of comforting traditions, lively communities, and strong Christian faith. Gather your family around the table to sample the nourishing fare and trademark charm of the plain people. In the words of one cookbook contributor: " ... more
This fun, attractive collection rejoices in all there is to learn, savor, praise, and enjoy about tea. Every turn of the page offers a feast of quotes about the wonder of tea facts about teas history and qualities teafortwo (and more) party tips sips of inspiration for everyday living suggestions to make the most of every cup
Sized and designed for maximum giftgiving appeal, this presentation will serve joy to anyone longing for the restorative and flavorful spirit of tea.
"A homespun, authentic collection of Amish recipes collected over the years by Beverly Lewis. Many are from her grandmother and other family members as well as dear friends from the Amish world she writes about with such power and authenticity. Now she lovingly shares these with her millions of readers who have come to treasure her fictional insights into Amish life. The additional Amish sayings and line drawings make for an appealing gift.
Mennonite Community Cookbook by Dr. Mary Emma Showalter rolls up nostalgia, simple cooking, and hearty dishes into one package that's sure to produce blue ribbons at the county fair. Old fashioned cooking and traditional values thread through this book of food history, frequent Pennsylvania Dutch favorites, and stories of beloved relationships. The brainchild of Dr. Mary Emma Showalter, this "mother of all Mennonite cookbooks," brings a touch of Mennonite culture and hospitality to any home that relishes great cooking.
Original directions like "a dab of cinnamon" or "ten blubs of molasses" have been standardized to help you get the same wonderful individuality and flavor. A classic collection of more than 1,100 recip ... more
Bestselling author Georgia Varozza takes the difficulty out of creating healing teas, general cleaning items, and personal care products. Her recipes, which have served generations of Plain people, contain common household ingredients and are easy to make and use. You'll find 99 creative ways to clean your home and heal your body withsalves, ointments, and tonics for aches and painsteas for colds, flu, allergies, and headachescleaning solutions for around the house (inside and out)
You don't have to forego electricity or drive a horse and buggy to have your life and house benefit from the sweet simplicity of Amish remedies. You will find these home remedies to be so much easier and less expensive that you will wond ... more
Aunt Bee's Mayberry Cookbook by Jim Clark and Ken Beck, with recipes edited by Julia M. Pitkin contains more than 300 recipes served by Aunt Bee and others on The Andy Griffith Show "TM". Includes wonderful, rare photos from the show and interesting sidebars. Illustrated and indexed.
When first published in 1976, More-with-Less Cookbook by Doris Janzen Longacre struck a nerve with its call for every household to help solve the world food crisis. Now with more than 800,000 copies around the globe. it has become the favorite cookbook of many families.
Esther H. Shank collected and perfected good recipes and useful food preparation tips for over 25 years. This is her prized collection of over 1,100 recipes and a legacy of kitchen know-how for inexperienced young adults caught up in the whirl of fast foods and busy schedules. Even experienced cooks will find helpful the hundreds of tips for success while baking bread, making pie crusts, etc., as well as the microwave and quick-fix sections, identification of low calorie dishes, and many useful charts,tables, and diagrams.
The author combines his skills in cooking, photography, and knowledge of the saints to present this unique cookbook with more than 170 recipes from 21 countries and inspiring biographies of each saint. Illustrated with full-color photos of each dish and saint.
When the intrepid team of missionary volunteers first arrived in Malamulo, they suddenly realized they no longer had access to the culinary luxuries of their home countries. What in the world were they going to eat in the middle of Malawi, Africa?!
But after gathering together for delicious meal after delicious meal, their worries were soon whisked away in an ocean of flavors and textures, as team members discovered creative ways to reinvent their best and healthiest dishes from every corner of the globe. 'Til We Eat Again has compiled all these savory recipes into one volume to provide you a useful, adventurous, and healthy guide to better eating.
Some dishes are well-known culinary classics, while others ... more
It's the book that started it all, the well-loved first edition that first brought Betty Crocker's cookbooks into American hearts and homes. Published in 1950, this groundbreaking title made cooking easy; it made cooking approachable; but most of all, itmade cooking fun. Packed full of practical tips, helpful hints, and lavish color photography, this was the book that shaped cooking for generations, the book that people remember.
People who grew up with this book will want it for the memories; thosewho are new to the book will want it for its intelligent approach to cooking. It's a perfect keepsake and a great gift.
In his early years as a novice, Brother Rick Curry learned that the quickest route to popularity among his peers was to master the art of cooking soup. This collection includes recipes for 60 of his most popular soups--everything from an exotic roasted red pepper soup to the classic minestrone Milanese to a hearty corn chowder. Illustrations.
David Jeremiah approaches the good news of God's willingness to respond to our prayers from a fresh angle, describing prayer as the built-in trigger for the good things that happen in this world. Readers will discover just how eagerly God is waiting to answer us. Like a loving father, He is always glad to have us come to Him as children with the things that are on our heart! Prayer delights God's heart, because He has ordained the processes of the world to work through the prayers of His people.
Millions of Mitford fans around the world will agree?it's easy to put on a pound or two reading a Mitford novel. Scene after scene of the bestselling series? colorful characters enjoying tantalizing dishes can immediately start a craving. Then, before you know it, you?ve read several pages by the glow of the refrigerator lightbulb.
Packed with more than 150 recipes from the Mitford novels and from the author's own recipe box, "Jan Karon's Mitford Cook-book & Kitchen Reader" is loaded with tips, hints, jokes, culinary quotes, and delightful side-dish sidebars guaranteed to start a stomach rumbling. From Miss Sadie's Apple Pie to Puny's Cornbread, from Emma's Pork Roast to Marge's Sweet Tea with Peppermint, beloved ... more
Barbour's exciting line of perpetual calendars offers something for everyone on your gift list. Text, from inspirational to humorous, is complemented by an appealing design. A perfect purchase as a gift or for your own personal use, these perpetual calendars will inspire for years to come.
These 500 low-carb recipes cover everything from soup to nuts, with choices like Heroin Wings (they're so good they're addictive) Mockahlua Cheesecake and Meatza (pizza without the crust)--plus dozens of ways to spice up staple dishes such as burgers, omelets, steaks and chicken.
From a passionate and talented chef who also happens to be an Episcopalian priest comes this surprising and thought-provoking treatise on everything from prayer to poetry to puff pastry. In "The Supper of the Lamb, " Capon talks about festal and ferial cooking, emerging as an inspirational voice extolling the benefits and wonders of old-fashioned home cooking in a world of fast food and prepackaged cuisine.
Here is the perfect gift for the happy couple--the first and only cookbook they will ever need. Best-selling authors Sara Corpening Whiteford and Mary Corpening Barber start the bride and groom off right with essential information on the equipment they'll
1. In what state were both the lollipop and the hamburger-on-a-bun invented?
2. Where do the largest watermelons grow and whats the distance record for spitting watermelon seeds? How big is the worlds largestpotato chip and where is it now?
3. Theres more to cuisine in America than just burgers and fries. Heres a mouthwatering journey across the United States where youll discove and learn how to make fabulous foods from every part of the country.
Treatyourself to such simple, kid-tested recipes as:
Banana Berry Pancakes with Real Maple Syrup from Vermont
Many people today are buying and cooking local food, including the over 85,000 who have bought Simply in Season: A World Community Cookbook. But one of the challenges of cooking and eating locally is how to find the items you need when they are out of season. That's where Saving the Seasons: How to Can, Freeze, or Dry Almost Anything comes in; cooks can find ways to preserve their favorite seasonal items for use in different parts of the year.
This colorful book, full of photographs and clear pictures, shows how to can, freeze or dry various kinds of food. Colorful page borders divide the book into easy-to-find sections.
Saving the Seasons: How to Can, Freeze, or Dry Almost Anything is edited by the mother-daught ... more