A fun collection of Martin Parr´s food pictures, which documents the simple notion that ´we are what we eat´. Real Food celebrates all things food through the eyes of the renowned British photographer Martin Parr - a kaleidoscope of foods the world over, from hot dogs to sticky buns and langoustine to lemon meringue pie. Featuring photographs taken throughout Martin Parr´s prolific career to-date, Real Food will comprise the very best of Parr´s iconic imagery - a collection of close-up food shots, in typical garish colour, taken by Parr throughout his travels across the world. Introduced with an essay by Fergus Henderson, British chef and founder of the restaurant St John´s in London, which considers Parr´s photographs in the context of global cuisine, and Parr´s fascination with the social aspect of food that is at the heart of these photographs.
The Joy of Real Food: Rowena Jayne the Real Food Yogi
Real Food, Real Good:Eat Well With Over 100 of My Simple, Wholesome Recipes Michael Smith
Annabel Karmel brings you a mouth-watering batch of never before seen recipes featuring delicious ingredients with serious nutritional credentials. With beautiful photographs and fresh design, this is an essential book for every modern parent. Chapters range from Fifteen Minute Meals to Healthy ´Fast Food´, via Holiday Cooking with Kids and Lunchbox Snacks, and fresh, easy and modern dishes include Quinoa Chicken Fingers, Crispy Baked Cod, The Best Buttermilk Pancakes and Carrot Cake Balls. The chapters are designed to make choosing a fuss-free dish simple. Many recipes include swap-outs to cater for those with food allergies, intolerances or particularly fussy eaters! There is a huge range of meat-free and vegan meal options as well as recipes including meat and fish. Real Food for Kids offers everything today´s parents are looking for once their babies are ready to start joining in with family mealtimes. Each dish is designed to be enjoyed by the whole family, while remaining simple, healthy, and not too salty or sugary for young children.
Real Food, Real Simple:80 Delicious Paleo-Friendly, Gluten-Free Recipes in 5 Steps or Less Taylor Riggs
Surfer Sam Murphy was used to being trim and eating anything she wanted, which meant an enormous amount of burgers, cakes and other bad food. When she began to change what she ate and turned vegan, she thought all that would change. But after experimenting in the kitchen, Sam realised that she could still have those irresistibly delicious meals while staying healthy and being faithful to her new lifestyle. Taking the best recipes from her imaginative and very popular Instagram feed, this incredible collection brings together Sam´s healthy versions of everyone´s most indulgent meals. Her unique menu includes: Spaghetti Carbonara, Tex-Mex Cheese Toasties, Loaded Vegan Hot Dogs, Salted Caramel Brownies, Pumpkin Pie Cheesecake, Cookie Dough Cereal, seven different types of burgers and many, many more. Sam´s philosophy is that even without meat and dairy, and while trying to look after yourself, you can still have great food. This is her guide to living by that belief.
The ultimate collection of recipes to make real food, real fast--with hundreds of ways to cook smarter, not harder. The Kitchen Shortcut Bible is for all of us who love to cook, but never seem to have enough time. Rather than a book of way-too-clever hacks, this is a collection of more than 200 ingenious recipes that supercharge your time in the kitchen without sacrificing high quality or fresh flavor. Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough come to this, their definitive guide to shortcut cooking, after twenty-nine cookbooks and decades of experience in the kitchen. Not only do they know about putting great meals on the table, they also know that most people´s nightly question isn´t ´´what´s for dinner,´´ but ´´what´s for dinner in the next half hour?´´ They´ve got risotto in minutes, no-fry chicken parm, and melted ice cream pound cake. But these recipes aren´t merely ´´semi-homemade.´´ They´ve also got slow cooker confits, no-boil stuffed cabbage, and a fine holiday turkey straight out of the freezer, as well as new ways to think about sheet pan suppers, Asian noodle dishes without a wok, and no-churn ice creams. And no MacGuyver-ing either! There are lots of new ways to use the kitchen tools you already own, imparting concrete shortcuts that save time andmake something good into something great. When dinner is a problem to be solved, this is your cheat sheet.