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A celebration of teas black, white, green, flowering and more and the perfect cakes to pair with them. Tea has magical properties it can perk you up if youre flagging, calm you down if youre restless, soothe you and lift you. For tea-lovers, each mood and time of the day demands a different cuppa. And what better way to make the best of your fine tea than to pair it with the perfect cake, designed both to complement and enhance the experience and enjoyment? Quality teas can bring out the best in food, just as a fine wine can enhance a meal. Liz Franklin marries the floral, fragrant, zesty, rich and varied world of tea with the endlessly popular world of baking and offers recipes matching teas and sweet treats. Pairings such as Japans Gyokuro tea with Fudgy Dark Chocolate and Almond Cakes or White Tea with Buttery Carrot and Orange Cake are just an example of the myriad combinations that prove to be a match made in heaven.
Fresh, modern and totally original, this book tours some of the most interesting trends in barbecue today. Get ready to savour the latest flavours, go beyond the traditional and get a taste of the new, authentic American barbecue. Featuring places of interest, local experts and history behind the recipes - you'll feel like you're taking a road trip across the nation of barbecues. Weber's All American Barbecue is an exciting, hands-on exploration of how American barbecue is evolving.With over 120 new recipes that reimagine the classics, in-depth instruction on the latest techniques, and a look at how global influences such as Latin America, China and France are shaping what we put on our grill, Weber, the most trusted and authoritative name in grilling, brings contemporary, extraordinary barbecue within reach for everyone.Classics are approached 'three ways' with a beginner, intermediate and advanced version:Beginner: Easy spareribsIntermediate: Rotisserie St Louis-cut ribs with root beer-bourbon glazeAdvanced: Spareribs wrapped with butter, sugar and spices
We all love to get the barbecue out on a hot summer's day and enjoy some down-to-earth al fresco dining, but why restrict ourselves to only one season in the year? This comprehensive guide shows you how to cook food the Weber way to get the most from your grill throughout the year, and contains everything the avid barbecue enthusiast needs to know. Enjoy over 150 delicious triple-tested recipes for meat, poultry, seafood, vegetables and fruit, as well as invaluable ideas for rubs, marinades and sauces. You will also find expert answers to common questions about barbecuing, plus tips and advice on safety, upkeep, fuel and lighting methods.From simple kebabs to elaborate rotisseries, a grilled cheese salad or a tasty fruit pudding, Weber's Complete BBQ Book is packed with an extensive range of delicious recipes for all-year-round barbecuing.
This fantastic collection of recipes for meat, fish and seafood and vegetable smoking will give you all the inspiration you need to expand your BBQ repertoire. From classic Baby back ribs to ambitious Smoked duck and cherry sausages, these mouthwatering dishes will prove that you don't need a professional smoker, or hours of time, to get fantastic results. With cookery methods for all types of barbecues and smokers, insider tips for getting the best results, notes on wood chips, papers and planks, and food pairing suggestions, Weber's Complete Barbecue Smoking will help you achieve great taste with minimum effort.
A MOUTH-WATERING COOKBOOK FOR BARBECUE AFICIONADOSMove beyond sausages and burgers with these easy barbecue recipes. Weekend BBQ is the perfect companion piece to Weber's Complete BBQ Book and DJ BBQ's Fire Wood.ACCESSIBLE RECIPES INSPIRED BY CULINARY DISHES FROM AROUND THE GLOBE: Weekend BBQ features easy recipes designed for the grill so you can up your barbecue game when the good weather hits. With chapters devoted to the coop (chicken), the sea (fish), the paddock (meat), and the garden (vegetables), this cookbook has great recipes for meat lovers and vegetarians alike. Packed full of flavour, Ross Dobson's recipes draw on the cuisines of South East Asia, India, The Middle East, Europe, and Australia to bring you an inspiring cookbook packed full of variety, plenty of inspiration, and hot tips for successful barbecuing.Recipes include:Chicken with jalapeno butterPrawn and chorizo skewersBarbecued corn with hot salsaPork and veal meatballsChargrilled fennel with chilli and herbsThai pepper garlic prawnsChorizo in apple cider vinegarLemongrass, pepper and coriander skewersPork and fennel sausages
Elevating salads to their rightful place as stylish and satisfying dishes, you will find more than 50 recipes to tempt your taste buds with exciting textures and zingy flavours.The Well-Dressed Salad combines flavours from around the world to create refreshing, filling and healthy salads. With seasonal ingredients from blood oranges, asparagus to quail and crab this book combines unique ingredients to create mouth-watering dishes and Jen's innovative dressings compliment your salad beautifully.From larger dishes to small plates all recipes are great on their own or as sharing platters. Recipes include well-known Mediterranean classics such as Tabbouleh and Fattoush to contemporary fusion dishes like Raspberry Duck with sugared pecans.With more and more people aspiring to eat healthier diets, and with such a large variety of fresh and interesting ingredients now readily available, there has never been a better time to try new salads ideas
The first cookbook from outdoors legend Ray Mears, Wilderness Chef shows you how to cook delicious, flavoursome food in the open air, whether in the wilderness or your own garden.Ray Mears has spent his life travelling the world, living with and learning from trackers, adventurers and indigenous peoples in the desert, the rainforests and the Arctic north. In this book he shares a delicious array of his most popular recipes, tried-and-tested for all levels of skill and in all conditions whether in the garden or the wild, from quick and tasty meals to opulent gourmet feasts.Opening with advice on setting up your outdoor kitchen, Ray shows how to light a fire, cook in ashes and leaves, steam, smoke and build a simple ground oven.He then shares his fabulous and enjoyable recipes, including:- easy ideas that children and grownups can try (campfire s'mores, wilderness hot dog, egg on a stick)- gourmet meals (Italian hunter's rabbit, succulent split-stick roasted salmon)- recipes learned from bushmen and indigenous peoples (potjiekos, canoe country pancakes, fragrant and intense Gurkha curry)Woven throughout are colourful stories of Ray's cooking around the world, from baking a birthday cake using ingredients sourced in the rainforest, to pulling a giant Emu leg drumstick out of a ground oven built by a Pitjantjatjara elder in the Central Australian desert.
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