Identifies twelve important, micronutrient-rich foods--blueberries, black beans, sweet potatoes, oatmeal, salmon, edamame, broccoli, tomatoes, walnuts, red onions, spinach, and chocolate--that can help protect against major disease and promote optimal health and furnishes more than 250 taste-tempting recipes that feature these essential ingredients. Original. 30,000 first printing.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2011-04-30 - Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Press
In The New Southern Garden Cookbook, Sheri Castle aims to make "what's in season" the answer to "what's for dinner?" This timely cookbook, with dishes for omnivores and vegetarians alike, celebrates and promotes delicious, healthful homemade meals centered on the diverse array of seasonal fruits and vegetables grown in the
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-05-16 - Publisher: Random House
The Ethicurean philosophy is simple: eat local, celebrate native foods, live well. The Ethicurean is quietly changing the face of modern British cooking: all from a walled garden in the heart of the Mendip Hills. The Ethicurean Cookbook follows a year in their magnificent kitchen and garden, and celebrates the
Type: BOOK - Published: 2005-05 - Publisher: iUniverse
The Little Veggie Cookbook is packed with quick and easy ideas and recipes for preparing fresh vegetables, fruits and berries from your local farm stands and markets. Ninety-nine percent of these recipes were shared by customers who frequent local farm stands and markets seeking fresh, healthy foods. Some of those
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-05-07 - Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
Presents recipes from California's central coast that incorporate wine, including chicken braised in aged red wine vinegar, red wine risotto with scallops and bacon, and pan-seared halibut with wine-braised leeks.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2010-08-31 - Publisher: Rodale Books
From the celebrated NYTimes.com food columnist come her favorite ways to use seasonal produce and a well-stocked pantry to create easy, nutritious meals every day of the week From its inception, "Recipes for Health" has been one of the New York Times's most-read (and e-mailed) features, showing health-conscious readers fast,