Food52: Mighty Salads:60 New Ways to Turn Salad Into Dinner Food52 Works Editors of Food52, Amanda Hesser, Merrill Stubbs
Food52: Ice Cream and Friends:60 Recipes and Riffs Food52 Works Editors of Food52, Amanda Hesser, Merrill Stubbs
The Food52 Cookbook:140 Winning Recipes from Exceptional Home Cooks William Morrow Cookbooks Amanda Hesser, Merrill Stubbs
Food52: A New Way to Dinner:A Playbook of Recipes and Strategies for the Week Ahead Food52 Works Amanda Hesser, Merrill Stubbs
Food52 A New Way to Dinner:A Playbook of Recipes and Strategies for the Week Ahead Ten Speed Press Amanda Hesser, Merrill Stubbs
The Food52 Cookbook, Volume 2:Seasonal Recipes from Our Kitchens to Yours William Morrow Cookbooks Amanda Hesser, Merrill Stubbs
A smart, inspiring cookbook showing how to plan, shop, and cook for dinners (and lunches and desserts) all through the week. The secret? Cooking ahead. Amanda Hesser and Merrill Stubbs, founders of the online kitchen and home destination Food52, pull off home-cooked dinners with their families with stunning regularity. But they don´t cook every night. Starting with flexible base dishes made on the weekend, Amanda and Merrill mix, match, and riff to create new dinners, lunches, and even desserts throughout the week. Blistered tomatoes are first served as a side, then become sauce for spaghetti with corn. Tuna, poached in olive oil on a Sunday, gets paired with braised peppers and romesco for a fiery dinner, with spicy mayo for a hearty sandwich, and with zucchini and couscous for a pack-and-go salad. Amanda and Merrill´s seasonal plans give you everything you need to set yourself up well for the week, with grocery lists and cooking timelines. They also share clever tips and tricks for more confident cooking, showing how elements can work across menus and seasons to fit your mood or market, and how to be scrappy with whatever´s left in the fridge. These building blocks form A New Way to Dinner, the key to smarter, happier cooking that leaves you with endless possibilities for the week ahead.
Erscheinungsdatum: 18.10.2016Medium: BuchEinband: GebundenTitel: Food52: A New Way to DinnerTitelzusatz: A Playbook of Recipes and Strategies for the Week AheadAutor: Hesser, Amanda // Stubbs, MerrillVerlag: Random House LCC USImprint: Ten Speed Pr
Is English an innately playful language? Are word games good for you? Do we divide into number and word players? And could Scrabble have been invented in any other language? In this special programme, Stephen examines many word games, and we’ll hear some familiar voices playing unfamiliar games - Sheila Dillon from ´The Food Programme´ plays ´Font or Cheese´ against miscellanist Ben Schott. Phill Juptitus talks about his personal word game habits, and we’ll remember the late Humphrey Lyttelton’s scurrilous account of Una Stubbs on ´I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue´. We’ll travel deep inside the mind of puzzle-setter Chris Maslanka and visit the Comedy Store in London to experience the lightning reflexes of some top word-athletes. Plus, we’ll examine an extraordinary claim - which the fashion for increasingly cryptic crosswords helped to defeat Hitler. Stephen Fry celebrates the fun side of the English language in this exclusive extended edition of a BBC Radio 4 special. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Stephen Fry. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/bbcw/004843/bk_bbcw_004843_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
(Ace) 16 Titel - Brunswick Aufnahmen aus den Jahren 1957 bis 1963! Seltene ´Ace´ LP! Jackie Wilson, pioneer showman of the old rhythm and blues school, possessed the most acrobatic voice in black music. From sonorous full throated howls of passion to a growl this to gravel in a food blender, Wilson laced his powerfully expressive singing with polish, panache and mclismatic decoration on a heart-stopping scale. While awesome to hear, his virtuoso vocal technique never quite harnessed an intcmational reputation and British audiences paid comparatively scant attention to a twenty year career in which he accumulated over fifty U.S. chart entries including 14 Top Twenty hits. A wonderfully comprehensive artist, Wilson flew off in more directions than a wrongly addressed envelope: during the course of some thirty albums, he embraced blues, opera, soul, vaudeville, gospel, disco and cabaret banality. Whatever the mode — style or cliche — his high, mobile voice was always a thing of seminal majesty. Wilson left an indelible imprint upon a generation of superstars. Elvis Presley left the seclusion of his mansion to watch Wilson perform and Van Morrison placed his firm approbation on record. More recently, his material has been revived by Shakin´ Stevens, Dolly Parton and U.S. Soul Group, Clique. The template of Lionel Richic, Luther Vandross and Peabo Bryson, there arc those who believe Wilson´s memory outshines the brightest of contemporary soul singers. Born Jack Leroy Wilson in Detroit, Michigan on 9th June 1934, he experienced 2 disciplined but loving childhood. His working class, church-going parents encouraged religious singing but disapproved of their son´s early interest in boxing. He won the amateur welterweight Golden Gloves title in 1950 (having given a false age to qualify) but rarely referred to his short-lived professional career: as ´Sonny´ Wilson he won only two of his ten fights. In common with neighbourhood friends, including Levi Stubbs and Little Willie John, Wilson´s tastes turned towards popular music. At work, above the roar of the auto plant assembly line, he was heard to mimic Al Jolson and, somewhat later, Clyde McPhatter, lead singer with Billy Ward´s Dominoes, the first B&B group to place 2 record on Billboard´s Top Thirty. During his spare time, Wilson joined the Ever Ready Gospel Singers. He also sang with The Thrillers, 2 quartet containing Hank Ballard, another important link in the growth of church derived R& B. In 1951, Wilson recorded ´Danny Boy´ for Dizzy Gillespie´s Dee Gee Records and appeared at Detroit´s Paradise Theatre where Johnny Otis hosted a talent contest. Wilson didn´t win but Otis encouraged his ambitions. In fact, Otis wrote ´Every Bcat Of My Heart´ for Wilson; it was recorded instead by the Royals and, some years later, Gladys Knight. Billy Ward was equally impressed: he took Wilson´s telephone number and, within a year, Wilson joined the Dominoes for tours. He spoke of his two-year appren-ticeship in suitably humble terms:— ´I fell in love with Clyde´s voice: I watched him and listened´. The Soul-stirrers, Louis Jordan, Ira Tucker of the Dixie Hummingbirds, The Mills Brothers, Vaughn Monroe, Mario Lanza and the lnkspots were among Wilson´s other major influences but Al Jolson probably played the most vital role in shaping Wilson´s ideas. ´Jolson fathered rock ´n´ roll´ he would tell reporters, ´more so than Elvis.lt was Jolsonwho used to get on his knees and go into all sorts of contortions to put his song across´. Wilson was equally quick to acknowledge his debt to Billy Ward´s vocal coaching:— ´I learned just about everything I know from him. Breath control.. . and how to dance during one number and then come back and sing a ballad. That´s hard´. Wilson finally replaced McPhatter as lead singer with the Dominoes in 1953. This is not the place to skim through his 40 or so tracks with Ward´s highly influ-ential group — most arc neatly documented on a four volume archive swoop containing all the Dominoes´ records for Federal and King (Gusto/King 5005x —5008x). Although one of these reached the R&B charts (´Rags to Riches´ got to No. 3 in late 1953), Wilson first brushed the national Top thirty as lead singer on the group´s Dccca recording of ´St. Therese Of The Roses´ M 1956. Thus inspired, he left the Dominoes to pursue a solo career. Al Green, a famous theatrical agent who managed Johnnie Ray,Todd Rhodes and Lavern Baker, acquired Wilson´s management from Billy Ward and