Hang Fire Cookbook

Author: SAMANTHA. GUINN EVANS (SHAUNA.)
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ISBN: 9781787134256
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The Hang Fire Cookbook

Author: Samantha Evans
Editor: Quadrille Publishing Limited
ISBN: 9781849497657
File Size: 70,15 MB
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Barbecue is a serious business. And for anyone who thought barbecue was about big, bearded blokes toiling over hot coals, think again: the Hang Fire girls are the real experts.In 2012 Sam and Shauna ditched their jobs and embarked on a 6-month road trip around the best barbecue joints in the southern United States. From Texas to Tallahassee, they learned the insider secrets of what makes barbecue great, were captivated by the thrill of smoke and fire, and back home in Cardiff they set out their meat manifesto in the form of Hang Fire Smokehouse.Now they sell out week after week from their street-food stall as customers flock to Hang Fire for stunning dishes including smoked brisket, ultimate pork 'n' slaw and tailgate hot-wings. This cookbook reveals how they make their delicious recipes and the secrets behind the perfect smoke and BBQ. Sam and Shauna explain the basics of getting started with a home smoker and different types of wood, and what rubs, cures and brines work best with certain types of meat. Hang Fire's approach is simple: get the best ingredients, cook them low 'n' slow, and tuck in.

The Hang Fire Cookbook

Author: Samantha Evans
Editor: Hardie Grant Publishing
ISBN: 1849498253
File Size: 25,84 MB
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Barbecue is a serious business. And for anyone who thought barbecue was about big, bearded blokes toiling over hot coals, think again: the Hang Fire girls are the real experts. In 2012 Sam and Shauna ditched their jobs and embarked on a 6-month road trip around the best barbecue joints in the southern United States. From Texas to Tallahassee, they learned the insider secrets of what makes barbecue great, were captivated by the thrill of smoke and fire, and back home in Cardiff they set out their meat manifesto in the form of Hang Fire Smokehouse. Now they sell out week after week from their street-food stall as customers flock to Hang Fire for stunning dishes including smoked brisket, ultimate pork 'n' slaw and tailgate hot-wings. This cookbook reveals how they make their delicious recipes and the secrets behind the perfect smoke and BBQ. Sam and Shauna explain the basics of getting started with a home smoker and different types of wood, and what rubs, cures and brines work best with certain types of meat. Hang Fire's approach is simple: get the best ingredients, cook them low 'n' slow, and tuck in.

Four Generations Cookbook

Author: Beverley A. Benjamin
Editor: FriesenPress
ISBN: 1460276892
File Size: 79,30 MB
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As our six children moved out I would often receive a phone call asking, "Mom, how did you make this? What was the secret ingredient?" As a child I would watch my Mother cook and preserve fruit, can and freeze vegetables, bake, and have family get together's to make Perogys. I enjoyed cooking when I first took it in Junior High School and started to collect recipes. I did a lot of family history and over the years I also was given many recipes from the family members plus saved many from other resources. My Stepfather taught me the cooking of wild game to make it tender. When I got married we had our own garden plus raised cattle, chickens, turkeys, pigs, rabbits and even tried ostriches. We did our own butchering and I learned from my husband's boss how to do make headcheese from the pigs. I made cottage cheese and butter from our milk cow. I made sourdough from scratch also. From our garden we froze a lot of the crop for the winter. The fruit we grew got made into jams and jellies as well as the wild fruit that we picked. Often we would go picking berries as a family outing or while Roy and I were haying the children would pick wild berries near the fields. We would have a treat of fruit at the end of the day and the excess got made into preserves or into juice. My one challenge was making bread even with a bread machine. It never turned out. Roy took over that challenge and got a recipe figured out that even now I cannot fail making bread. The Grandchildren loved helping him make buns. When Roy passed away I tried the recipe and when the Grandchildren tried the bread their remark was "It taste's just like Grandpa's bread." My recipes were in several boxes and I knew where the ones were that I used the most. When I started entering my collection into a computer Roy suggested I should make a cookbook because I had a collection of over a century of recipes. I have done that now and the collection has recipes from early 1900's with the old way of the size of the ingredients like "amount of butter the size of an egg" up to modern amounts. I also have enclosed tips that were given to me over the years plus a few old poems that have a special meaning to me.

Old Sturbridge Village Cookbook

Author: Jack Larkin
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 0762768126
File Size: 31,72 MB
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As the largest outdoor living history complex in the Northeast, Old Sturbridge Village has fostered the feel, and the flavors, of America's past for more than half a century. This third edition of the cherished The Old Sturbridge Village Cookbook—unique in presenting not only authentic mouthwatering recipes from the late-eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, but also adaptations for cooking in modern kitchens—has been revised and updated with new information on early American foodways and tested, successful recipes for fireplace cooking. Learn how to preserve apples for year-round use, how salt-preserved meats were freshened, how Election Cake got its name, and how to select the best fish for dinner. With a range of delicious recipes from roasts and fricassees to pies and puddings, and with a beautiful, user-friendly new design, The Old Sturbridge Village Cookbook will be treasured by history buffs, cookbook collectors, and all food lovers with an interest in re-creating the best of early American cuisine.

The Backyard Fire Cookbook

Author: Linda Ly
Editor: Harvard Common Press
ISBN: 0760363447
File Size: 18,13 MB
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Ditch the gas grill and light your fire with this comprehensive guide from the author of The New Camp Cookbook. The Backyard Fire Cookbook offers techniques and recipes to master cooking with live fire and coals, including planking, cast iron, foil packets, and more. There's no denying the thrill of cooking outdoors and the sense of community it brings when people gather around a fire, and in this book, author Linda Ly will teach you how to master the flames. For the adventurous, start by building a home fire pit. It's easier than it sounds and requires minimal investment of time and space. If you'd rather not, that's okay! There are plenty of other options, from vessel fire pits to tabletop grills. Even a charcoal kettle grill will give you more flavor than cooking with gas. Ly also covers everything you need to know about fuel sources (hardwood, hardwood lump charcoal, and smoking wood), her go-to grilling tools and accessories, secrets for stocking an indoor and outdoor pantry, fire making, fire safety, and tips and tricks for grilling more efficiently. You can choose your own adventure with over 70 recipes for ember roasting, wood-fired cooking, charcoal grilling, and foil pack meals. Next-level techniques like dutch oven cooking, grilling a la plancha, and plank grilling are all part of the fun, too. With modern twists on classics and globally-inspired meals like Smoky Ember-Roasted Eggplant Dip, Thai Chicken Pizza with Sweet Chili Sauce, Grilled Oysters with Kimchi Butter, Bacon-Wrapped Meatloaf on a Plank, and Artichoke, Sun-Dried Tomato, and Feta Stuffed Flank Steak, you’ll find a recipe for almost every occasion. This is not a book about low-and-slow barbecue, and you won't find overnight marinades or complicated recipes, either. Ly aims to encourage easy, accessible grilling that you look forward to doing on a weeknight because, quite simply, food just tastes better outside. Whether you're a seasoned home cook or a novice on the grill, The Backyard Fire Cookbook will help you make the backyard your new kitchen.

The Girl S Own Cookery Book By Phillis Browne

Author: Sarah Sharp Hamer
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The Campfire Cast Iron Cookbook

Author: Editors of Cider Mill Press
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1646431308
File Size: 42,14 MB
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Enhance outdoor enjoyment with The Campfire Cast Iron Cookbook, featuring over 100 recipes for open fires, camp stoves, and grills! There’s no such thing as spending too much time outdoors. Campfire Cast Iron guarantees that the more time you spend outside, whether in the backyard or the backcountry, the better your meals will taste. With over 100 recipes for all meals and all tastes, the cravings you work up exerting all that energy in nature will be satisfied, making for a healthy and delicious adventure. From roughing it to van life and glamping, Campfire Cast Iron has your outdoor meal needs covered.

Miss Leslie S New Cookery Book

Author: Eliza Leslie
Editor: Good Press
ISBN:
File Size: 80,28 MB
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"Miss Leslie's New Cookery Book" by Eliza Leslie. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.

The Lady S Own Cookery Book And New Dinner Table Directory

Author: Lady Charlotte Campbell Bury
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Southeastern Wildlife Cookbook

Author: South Carolina Wildlife Magazine
Editor: Univ of South Carolina Press
ISBN: 9780872496590
File Size: 43,70 MB
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Features more than 300 recipes using wild game, fish and natural seasonings that can be caught, hunted or gathered from woods and wetlands

The Lodge Cast Iron Cookbook

Author: The Lodge Company
Editor: Time Home Entertainment
ISBN: 084874473X
File Size: 30,32 MB
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The Alaska Homegrown Cookbook

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Editor: Graphic Arts Books
ISBN: 0882409573
File Size: 20,25 MB
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Compiled by the editors of Alaska Northwest Books, The Alaska Homegrown Cookbook contains the best recipes from dozens of Alaska Northwest cookbooks published over the past forty years. It includes appetizers, salads and soups, native fruits and vegetables, baking and desserts, beef, poultry and of course, seafood. In addition there is a section on recipes for wild game as well as side dishes, and even beverages such as Alaska Cranberry Tea. Here are over 200 of the best recipes from the Last Frontier with an introduction by Alaskan chef, Kirsten Dixon. Illustrated with line drawings and black and white photos. A must have for Native Alaskans and visitors alike.

The Lady S Own Cookery Book

Author: Charlotte Campbell Bury
Editor: BoD – Books on Demand
ISBN: 3752321458
File Size: 26,55 MB
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Reproduction of the original: The Lady's Own Cookery Book by Charlotte Campbell Bury

Florida Cracker Cookbook The Recipes Stories From Cabin To Condo

Author: Joy Sheffield Harris
Editor: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1467143197
File Size: 58,11 MB
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From a one-story cabin in the piney woods of the Panhandle to a high-rise condo along the glistening waterways, Cracker cooking in Florida has evolved with our tastes and times. When supplies were limited and the workday arduous, black coffee with leftover cornbread might serve as breakfast. Today's bounty and life's relative ease bring mornings with lattes and biscotti, biscuits and sausage gravy. What's on the plate has changed, but our heritage infuses who we are. As we follow the path laid out by gastronomic pioneers, this culinary quest, guided by sixth-generation Cracker Joy Sheffield Harris, will whet your appetite with recipes and sumptuous reflections. Pull up a chair and dig in.

The First American Cookbook

Author: Amelia Simmons
Editor: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486319326
File Size: 78,20 MB
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Exact reproduction of the first American-written cookbook published in the United States. Authentic recipes for colonial favorites — pumpkin pudding, winter squash pudding, spruce beer, Indian slapjacks, and more.

Donner Party Cookbook

Author: Terry Alan Del Bene
Editor: Horse Creek Pub
ISBN: 9780972221733
File Size: 42,46 MB
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The tale of the 1846-1847 Donner Party whose members were snowbound in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Anthropologist, Terry Del Bene uncovers the layers of social and cultural belief and action that resulted in the tragedy. To lighten the mood, the author also includes 19th century recipes that the travelers cooked on the trail--before the food ran out.

The Illustrated London Cookery Book

Author: Frederick Bishop
Editor:
ISBN:
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An illustrated cookbook with more than fifteen hundred recipes.

The Leave No Trace Training Cookbook

Author: Scott Edmonds Reid
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File Size: 74,94 MB
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This handbook is devoted to helping you teach others the value of natural areas and the methods we can use to help protect and conserve these areas for future generations.

Cruising Chef Cookbook

Author: Michael Greenwald
Editor: Paradise Cay Publications
ISBN: 9780939837465
File Size: 18,43 MB
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The Cruising Chef Cookbook is the bestselling, most extensive sailors' cookbook ever written. Twenty-two years in print and ten reprints make it clear that sailors consider it essential equipment.The new Cruising Chef is actually a book of nautical wisdom in the guise of a cookbook. It contains hundreds of tips plus more than 300 delicious recipes. Includes an extensive discussion of preparing for a voyage and resupplying in native markets.Special Cooking Techniques describes pressure cooking, stir frying and grilling, particularly useful techniques for the galley chef. Greenwald's salty humor is found throughout the book. His vignette, Planning for the Big Eater is a delight. Fishing is a sidesplitting description of his idea of sport fishing.