Arts de la table / Gastronomie

  • Anglais Eat St.

    Cunningham James

    Eat St. is a lip-smacking celebration of North Americas tastiest, messiest, and most irresistible street food. Join James Cunningham on the ultimate cross-country culinary road trip to find the most daring, delicious, and inventive street food across the country.
    And now you can make these over-the-top culinary creations at home. Eat St. is packed with full-color photographs and more than 125 recipes from the best food vendors on wheels dishing out great curbside eats all over North America. From Tijuana-style tacos served out of an Airstream trailer and pizzas baked in a brick oven to sirloin burgers slathered in bacon jam, Eat St. is irresistible!
    This is the perfect book for fans of the hottest food trend--a full-course meal of the worlds ultimate street food.

  • More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA

  • Delicious organic recipes from an award-winning organic-foods cookbook author and nutrition expert.
    As kids get older, parents get busier, and they all need simple, creative, healthy ideas and recipes for school lunches, snacks, drinks and the seemingly endless round of parties, playdates, and special occasions. This all-new collection of recipes from Petit Appetit is just what they need. These nutritious, organic, and easy-to-prepare snacks, drinks, and celebration foods are the perfect alternative to processed store-bought items laden with high fructose corn syrup, trans fats, additives, and preservatives. Chef and mother Lisa Barnes? simple, delicious recipes enable parents to think ?outside the bag? (of processed chips, crackers, and cookies) and learn how to create new family favorites with healthy, organic ingredients.
    /> Petit Appetit: Eat, Drink, and Be Merry features:
    ? Expert advice, tips, and stories ? Nutritional, dietary, and allergy information Throughout ? Best methods for packing and storage ? More than 150 recipes

  • In The Petit Appetit Cookbook, mother and professional cook Lisa Barnes offers a healthy all-organic alternative to commercially processed, preservative-filled foods to help create delicious menus, nurture adventurous palates, and begin a lifetime of positive eating habits for children.
    Includes:
    150+ easy, fast, child-tested recipes for ages 4 months to 4 years Mealtime solutions for even the most finicky eaters Nutritional information for each recipe Time-saving cooking techniques The right age- and stage-appropriate food choices How and when to introduce solids to baby's diet Adapting family recipes for young children Recognizing signs of food allergies and intolerances

  • One of the New York Times Book Review's Ten Best Books of the Year Winner of the James Beard Award Author of #1 New York Times Bestsellers In Defense of Food and Food Rules Today, buffeted by one food fad after another, America is suffering from what c

  • Read Paul Owens and Paul Nathan's posts on the Penguin Blog A celebration of "the green goddess"-this is the first book to share absinthe recipes since it was recently legalized in the U.S.
    This enticing little volume presents a collection of more than 100 absinthe cocktail recipes that draw upon the classic roots of the drink as well as its new iterations. Readers will be entertained with nuggets of absinthe history and trivia, including the tradition of the green fairy, famous devotees of the drink, and the myths (or facts) of its hallucinatory properties.
    Readers will learn that:
    America's most famous early cocktail, the sazerac, was a New Orleans creation that called for a dash of absinthe When the absinthe backlash started in the 1890s, Edgar Degas' masterpiece L'Absinthe was booed off the auction block at Christie's in London An experienced absintheur can identify a brand from across the room just by watching how it louches-the way the herbs' oils cloud the drink as the bartender adds water

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