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- Author : Anna Jones
- Publisher : Fourth Estate
- Release Date : 2019-06-17
- Genre : Uncategorized
- Pages : 400
- ISBN : 0008311870
'A simply brilliant book - modern, clever, beautiful and full of delicious recipes. Go Anna!' Jamie Oliver A modern vegetarian cookbook packed with quick, healthy and fresh recipes, that fits perfectly with how we want to eat now. How we want to eat is changing. More and more people want to cook without meat a couple of nights a week, or are looking for interesting ideas for dishes for their vegetarian friends (whilst pushing their own vegetarian repertoire beyond a red onion and goat's cheese tart or a mushroom risotto). At the same time we want to eat food that is a little lighter, a little healthier, a little easier on our pockets, but that won't have us chopping mountains of veg or slaving over the stove for hours. Anna Jones is a brilliant young cook and food writer, who worked with Jamie Oliver for many years. Her first cookbook is a totally modern take on vegetarian eating - recipes that are healthy, nourishing, truly tasty and satisfying, introducing new dishes that are simple to make. Based on how Anna likes to eat day to day, 'A Modern Way to Eat' covers everything from a blueberry and amaranth porridge to start the day to a quick autumn root panzanella or avocado, butterbean and miso salad for lunch; a tomato and coconut cassoulet, pistachio and squash galette, or mint, ricotta and courgette polpette for dinner. Packed with recipes that explore the full breadth of vegetarian ingredients - different grains, nuts, seeds and seasonal vegetables - and alternative approaches to cooking that avoid too much dairy or heavy carbs and gluten, this is a cookbook for how we want to eat now.
From the author of the brilliant A Modern Way to Eat, who was dubbed "the new Nigella Lawson" by The Times, comes this beautiful collection of 150+ delicious and inspiring weeknight vegetarian recipes. Eating healthy isn't always easy when you’re coming home late at night and tired. In this genius new collection of vegetarian recipes, author Anna Jones tackles this common problem, making nourishing vegetable-centered food realistic on any day of the week. The chapters are broken down by time, with recipes that can be prepared in under 15, 20, 30, and 40 minutes, so no matter how busy you are, you can get dinner on the table, whether it be smoky pepper and white bean quesadilla, butternut squash and sweet leek hash, or chickpea pasta with simple tomato sauce. With evocative and encouraging writing, A Modern Way to Cook is a truly practical and inspiring recipe collection for anyone wanting to make meals with tons of flavor and little fuss.
- Author : Anna Jones
- Publisher : HarperCollins UK
- Release Date : 2015-07-16
- Genre : Cooking
- Pages : 352
- ISBN : 9780008124519
From the author of the brilliant A Modern Way to Eat, a new collection of delicious, healthy, inspiring vegetarian recipes – that are so quick to make they’re achievable on any night of the week.
We are in the midst of an unprecedented era of rapid scientific and technological advances that are transforming the way our foods are produced and consumed. Food architecture is being used to construct healthier, tastier, and more sustainable foods. Functional foods are being created to combat chronic diseases such as obesity, cancer, diabetes, stroke, and heart disease. These foods are fortified with nutraceuticals or probiotics to improve our mood, performance, and health. The behavior of foods inside our guts is being controlled to increase their healthiness. Precision nutrition is being used to tailor diets to our unique genetic profiles, microbiomes, and metabolisms. Gene editing, nanotechnology, and artificial intelligence are being used to address modern food challenges such as feeding the growing global population, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, reducing waste, and improving sustainability. However, the application of these technologies is facing a backlash from consumers concerned about the potential risks posed to human and environmental health. Some of the questions addressed in this book are: What is food architecture? How does sound and color impact taste? Will we all have 3D food printers in all our homes? Should nanotechnology and gene editing be used to enhance our foods? Are these new technologies safe? Would you eat bug-foods if it led to a more sustainable food supply? Should vegetarians eat themselves? Can nutraceuticals and probiotics stop cancer? What is the molecular basis of a tasty sustainable burger? David Julian McClements is a Distinguished Professor in food science who has used physics, chemistry, and biology to improve the quality, safety, and healthiness of foods for over 30 years. He has published over 900 scientific articles and 10 books in this area and is currently the most highly cited food scientist in the world. He has won numerous scientific awards for his work. The aim of this book is to highlight the many exciting advanc
This is the way to eat now—feel-good food to satisfy every craving, from morning to night, and for every occasion Publisher’s note: The Way to Eat Now was previously published in hardcover as Good Veg. Here is food that surprises and thrills through contrasts—think crisp and soft, sweet and sour, chile heat and refreshing herb—with meals that include: Roasted Carrot Soup with Flatbread Ribbons Chickpea Crepes with Wild Garlic Brown Rice Bibimbap Bowls with Smoky Peppers Toasted Marzipan Ice Cream Thoughtfully organized chapters will help you find just the right dish at any time of day, and for every occasion: Mornings Grazing Quick Thrifty Gatherings Grains Raw-ish Afters Pantry
The Modern Cook’s Year offers more than 250 vegetarian recipes for a year’s worth of delicious meals. Acclaimed English cookbook author Anna Jones puts vegetables at the center of the table, using simple yet inventive ingredients. Her recipes are influenced by her English roots and by international flavors, spanning from the Mediterranean to Sri Lanka, Japan, and beyond. Attuned to the subtle transitions between seasons, Jones divides the year into six significant moments, suggesting elderflower-dressed fava beans with burrata for the dawn of spring, smoked eggplant flatbread for a warm summer evening, orzo with end-of-summer tomatoes and feta for the early fall, and velvety squash broth with miso and soba to warm you in the winter, among many others. The Modern Cook’s Year shares Jones’s uncanny knack for knowing exactly what you want to eat, at any particular moment.
Beloved for her fresh, modern canning recipes, Liana Krissoff is back with modern slow cooker recipes that are sophisticated, full of flavor and spice, and thoughtfully designed for those who wish to use their slow cookers on weekdays, when they can leave the Crock-Pot on all day. In Slow Cook Modern, Krissoff shares more than 150 recipes, including quick, fresh side dishes created for the adventurous home cook. All the slow cooker recipes are true 8-hour dishes, so you can actually prepare each dish in the morning and finish it quickly when you get home. The goal is to help people make complete meals with ease: Tarragon and Crème Fraîche Chicken with Cranberry-Orange Wild Rice, Curried Pork Loin with Roasted Squash and Scotch Bonnet Sauce, and more. Filled with recipes using real, fresh ingredients, Slow Cook Modern allows busy people with eclectic tastes to come home to a nourishing meal every night of the week.
Step into fad-free whole-food eating with recipes you can trust from the original modern Australian health food providore. A Whole New Way to Eat is the healthy recipe collection all households need. Everyone is welcome at the table with this way of eating - whether you're looking for inspirational vegan, paleo or vegetarian recipes or you're simply after truly delicious food that just happens to be good for you. From The Best Turmeric Yoghurt and Tahini Potato Salad to the hands-down most delicious Raw Caramel Slice you've ever tried, your body will thank you from your tastebuds to your gut. Nutritionist and recipe developer Vladia Cobrdova from About Life recreates over 135 of the mouth-watering dishes she's made popular in the stores' busy cafes, takeaway and ready-made meal sections. A Whole New Way to Eat is a modern take on healthy eating for those more interested in eating well than following the latest craze.
Plant-based cooking is more diverse than ever--and so are people's reasons for wanting to eat this way. Our modern approach to eating well without meat lets you choose whether you want to eat entirely vegan or mostly vegan (with options to add dairy and eggs). The Complete Book of Plant-Based Cooking gives you everything you need to reimagine your plate and cook delicious, vegetable-centric meals. ATK's plant-based eating strategy is easy, satisfying, and budget-friendly. And it's global--cuisines around the world are chock-full of boldly flavored, naturally vegan dishes. Taking our inspiration from them, our recipes showcase vegetables, fruits, beans and grains, and vegan (and vegetarian) protein sources--including plant-based beef. The 400 recipes are vegan but flexible, so the Rancheros with Avocado are equally flavorful made with tofu or eggs, the Farro Salad with Cucumber, Yogurt, and Mint is delicious whether made with plant-based or dairy yogurt, and the Cranberry-Apple Crisp is irresistible whether you use coconut oil or butter. There's also room at this table for both vegan and vegetarian renditions of classics, so Almost Hands-Free Fennel Risotto (made creamy with miso instead of cheese) can share space with a version that is enriched with Parmesan. The Complete Book of Plant-Based Cooking is also filled with ingenious- yet-practical kitchen-tested tips and techniques. Learn how to rethink how you use vegetables (blend cauliflower or corn into a silky sauce for pasta, use beets to transform a burger from the "vegan option" into the best option); how to boost flavor using pantry items like spice blends, dried mushrooms, and miso; and more. A thorough opening section dives deep into the details of modern plant-based eating, addressing shopping and storage strategies, the plethora of plant-based meat and dairy options on the market, and nutritional needs and how to meet them.
Quick, sustainable, and stylish meals from the culinary superstar--Instagram darling, all around "Queen of the Greens" (Deborah Madison-meets-Melissa Clark)--who's poised to break out in the U.S. with a cookbook that perfectly reflects the way we want to cook and eat today. "This is a book where thought meets practical action meets deliciousness: where what we eat is no longer about how to look after and delight ourselves but how to look after and protect our planet. It's a huge achievement." --Yotam Ottolenghi Just as Ottolenghi says, Anna Jones--in her first book with Knopf--delivers all the goods: delectable recipes that are simple and quick to prepare and that keep sustainability at the center of every dish. And with Jones guiding the way, the variety and depths of flavors possible using just one pot or pan is limitless: Persian Noodle Soup; Korean Carrot and Sesame Pancakes; Crispy Butterbeans with Kale, Lemon, and Parmesan; Tahini Broccoli on Toast; Quick Squash Lasagna; Saag Aloo Shepard's Pie, to name just a few. With recipes for every occasion, from busy weeknight meals to weekend feasts to desserts that soothe the soul--these inventive, deeply satisfying dishes will become your new go-to kitchen staples. Whether preparing the recipes vegetarian or vegan, you will also find information to help you reduce waste, use leftovers, and make kitchens plastic free. Anna Jones has given us a splendid cookbook that is all good: for you, for your pocket, for the planet--and, of course, for your palate!
- Author : David DeRocco
- Publisher : Full Blast Productions
- Release Date : 2006
- Genre : English language
- Pages : 150
- ISBN : 9781895451603
You Are What You Eat: Stories about Food in Modern Times is a reproducible book that includes 25 stories about issues relating to food and modern food production. The stories are written at an intermediate level. The 25 topics are: Food labels, Nanotechnology and food, Food allergies, Food borne illnesses, Type 2 diabetes, Factory farming, BMI (Body Mass Index), Pesticides and food, Pollinator decline, Seedbanks, Agricultural monoculture, Water, Globalization food, Food preservatives, Obesity, Famine, Factory food, New Food Pyramid: MyPyramid, Organic food, Fast food, Slow food, White whole wheat, Genetically modified foods, Good vs. Bad Carbs, and Nutraceuticals, Each unit is complimented by a variety of exercises covering most skill areas.
Under the new rules of social media, we are not what we eat, but rather what others believe we eat. Social media is a major part of modern life. Most of us can't imagine not using it, and it's unrealistic to assume that's even possible. Platforms like Instagram, Twitter and Facebook haven't been around long, but they have already made far-reaching impacts on our health and wellbeing. We are only just beginning to understand the influence these platforms have over our decisions around food and health, with many of these processes happening without our being aware. But maybe we should be aware. From influencers deciding what foods we buy to government policy, via food shaming and comparison envy, activism and extremism, the role social media plays is now undeniable. In The Insta-Food Diet, registered nutritionist Pixie Turner will guide you through the various ways social media has affected our food choices, our restaurants, and our food policy. By the end, you'll be armed with knowledge and tactics, so you can take back control and make social media work for you.
'If we could all live and eat a little more like Tom the world and the food chain would be in much better shape.' Anna Jones 'This book is like a hybrid of Michael Pollan and Anna Jones. It combines serious food politics with flavour-packed modern recipes. This is a call-to-arms for a different way of eating which seeks to lead us there not through lectures but through a love of food, in all its vibrancy and variety.' Bee Wilson Tom's mission is to teach a way of eating that prioritises the environment without sacrificing pleasure, taste and nutrition. Tom's manifesto, 'Root to Fruit' demonstrates how we can all become part of the solution, supporting a delicious, biodiverse and regenerative food system, giving us the skills and knowledge to shop, eat and cook sustainably, whilst eating healthier, better-tasting food for no extra cost.
Based on a biblical and historical study of what Jesus ate, as well as scientific research on why these particular foods are ideal for healthy living, a family physician with expertise in public health and preventative medicine offers hearty recipes featuring such fresh foods as fruits and vegetables, whole grains, legumes, fish, olive oil, and more. Original.
Rory O'Connell, Ballymaloe Cookery School teacher and author of Master It (winner of the prestigious Andre Simon Food Book Award), is back with his second cookbook, which contains the recipes from his popular RTE TV show, How to Cook Well, and focuses on seasonal, balanced three-course meals for elegant eating and entertaining. Recipes are divided by season and include Beetroot and Autumn Raspberries with Honey, Mint and Labna; Sashimi of Mackerel with Crisped Radishes and Scallions; Roast Hazelnut Panna Cotta with Chocolate and Caramel Sauce and Duck Leg Curry with Cider Vinegar. Each perfectly balanced meal caters for 4-6 people, and one of the meals is entirely meat-free. In addition, every season includes a menu for entertaining a large group of people - from a summer alfresco lunch to a Christmas feast. Complete meals can be replicated for elegant entertaining, or individual dishes can be tried for simple and pleasing lunches or dinners. An absolute delight of a cookbook offering a very modern way to eat.
An intimate culinary portrait of Los Angeles today—a city now recognized among food lovers for its booming, vibrant, international restaurant landscape—with 100 recipes from its restaurants, juice bars, coffee shops, cocktail lounges, food trucks, and hole-in-the-wall gems. Once considered a culinary wasteland, Los Angeles is now one of the most exciting food cities in the world. Like the multi-faceted, sprawling city itself, the food of Los Angeles is utterly its own, an amalgam of international influence, disposable income, glamour, competition, immigrant vitality, health consciousness, purity, and beach-loving, laid back, hip, unrestrained creativity. With 100 recipes pulled from the city's best restaurants but retooled for the home cook—like Charred Cucumber Gazpacho, Roast Chicken with Spicy Harissa, Vietnamese Coffee Pudding, Blackberry Mint Mojito Ice Cream and Thai Basil Margaritas—EAT. COOK. L.A.; Notes and Recipes from the City of Angels is both a culinary roadmap and a sophisticated insider's look at one of America’s most iconic and fascinating cities.
- Author : Bee Wilson
- Publisher : HarperCollins UK
- Release Date : 2019-03-21
- Genre : Cooking
- Pages : 400
- ISBN : 9780008240776
We never snacked like this and we never binged like this. We never had so many superfoods, or so many chips. We were never quite so confused about food, and what it actually is.
An award-winning food writer takes us on a global tour of what the world eats--and shows us how we can change it for the better Food is one of life's great joys. So why has eating become such a source of anxiety and confusion? Bee Wilson shows that in two generations the world has undergone a massive shift from traditional, limited diets to more globalized ways of eating, from bubble tea to quinoa, from Soylent to meal kits. Paradoxically, our diets are getting healthier and less healthy at the same time. For some, there has never been a happier food era than today: a time of unusual herbs, farmers' markets, and internet recipe swaps. Yet modern food also kills--diabetes and heart disease are on the rise everywhere on earth. This is a book about the good, the terrible, and the avocado toast. A riveting exploration of the hidden forces behind what we eat, The Way We Eat Now explains how this food revolution has transformed our bodies, our social lives, and the world we live in.