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Good Housekeeping Book of British Food

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Good Housekeeping Book of British Food is a superb collection of imaginatively prepared, home-produced fare, using fresh ingredients and high-quality produce. The vast array of delectable ingredients that Britain has to offer are all included – succulent Scottish beef, tender Welsh lamb, Stilton and Cheddar cheese, young asparagus, tangy rhubarb, juicy Cox's apples and luxurious smoked salmon to name but a few. The triple-tested recipes represent the wide variety of British produce, whether recently introduced or grown here for centuries – food for any day of the year and every meal of the day. Many are favourite regional dishes, such as Scotch Broth, Irish Stew, Welsh Rabbit, Melton Mowbray Pork Pie, Bakewell Pudding and Soda Bread. And, of course, there are traditional recipes for the most recognized British dish, the Sunday roast. Tasty seasonal treats also abound, with recipes for a boozy Christmas Pudding, Easter biscuits and delicious pancakes. So whether you're looking for simple, yet interesting, everyday recipes, dishes to serve when entertaining, or vegetarian recipes to enjoy at any time, with this best of British cookbook, you'll have plenty of scrumptious ideas to hand.

Good Housekeeping Book of British Food

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National Trust Book of Baking

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A new edition of Sybil Kapoor's classic 2012 book for the National Trust. Baking is one of life's great pleasures. In the new edition of this beautiful cookery book Sybil Kapoor brings together an inspiring collection of baking recipes, both sweet and savoury. A baker’s bible from a much-loved expert in the field, this broad book draws on the best of Britain’s baking heritage. Delve into Britain’s delicious and deservedly famous repertoire of cakes, pastries, savoury bakes and bread and learn how best to use fresh seasonal produce to create perfect bakes. From Blackcurrant Meringue Pie to Seville Orange Crunch Cake, Olive and Onion Scones and Nectarine Slice to Apricot Creams and Chocolate Pear Cake, this book is a treasury of wonderfully British bakes.

Spicing up Britain

Author : Panikos Panayi
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From the arrival of Italian ice-cream vendors and German pork butchers, to the rise of Indian curry as the national dish, Spicing Up Britain uncovers the fascinating history of British food over the last 150 years. Panikos Panayi shows how a combination of immigration, increased wealth, and globalization have transformed the eating habits of the English from a culture of stereotypically bland food to a flavorful, international cuisine. Along the way, Panayi challenges preconceptions about British identity, and raises questions about multiculturalism and the extent to which other cultures have entered British society through the portal of food. He argues that Britain has become a country of vast ethnic diversity, in which people of different backgrounds—but still British—are united by their readiness to sample a wide variety of foods produced by other ethnic groups. Taking in changes to home cooking, restaurants, grocery shops, delis, and cookbooks, Panayi’s flavorful account will appeal to a wide range of readers interested in ethnic cooking, food history, and the social history of Britain. “Wearing his twin hats of foodie and social historian, Panikos Paniyi can appall as well as engender salivation on his tour d’horizon of the multicultural history of British food. His book demonstrates convincingly that whether drawing on its former colonial and imperial possessions . . . or on its European neighbors, the openness of British society has truly enriched its diet and produced its present-day variegated cuisine.”—Washington Times

Good Housekeeping Step by step Cookbook

Author : Susan Westmoreland
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With more than one thousand recipes and eighteen hundred color photographs, this in-depth cookbook provides aspiring cooks with all the basics, as well as innovative and unexpected foods, instruction in hundreds of cooking techniques, nutritional guidelines, entertaining advice, and tips on selecting wine.

Canteen Great British Food

Author : Cass Titcombe
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Canteen took the London restaurant scene by storm in 2005. Here was a restaurant serving proper British food - devilled kidneys on toast, potted duck, pork pies, and treacle tart - with passion and pride. Their no-nonsense, modern-meets-classic menu has brought good British cooking to the high street once more, and prompted the likes of Gordon Ramsay, Terence Conran and gastropubs around the country to follow suit. Unapologetically nostalgic, their first, much-anticipated cookbook is a splendidly comforting collection of 120 British dishes, including steak and kidney pie, Arbroath smokies, blackcurrant jelly with ice cream and shortbread, and rhubarb and almond trifle. Canteen is hugely popular with people of all ages, who just love good food. And with people keen to cook simple, economical and hearty family meals 'like Grandma used to make', Canteen's modern classics could not be more timely. Featuring innovative design and photography, and traditional recipes that helped to make Britain great, Great British Food will bring a touch of foodie nostalgia to kitchens country-wide.

The Good Housekeeping Cookbook

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Provides over 1,200 traditional and contemporary American recipes and offers dependable information on cooking techniques, tools, ingredients, food handling, nutrition, canning, freezing, and holiday celebrations.

Food Culture in Great Britain

Author : Laura Mason
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Presents an overview of the role of cuisine in English culture, including a food history, ingredients, cooking techniques, regional differences, and food for celebrations.

The Good Housekeeping Ultimate Collection Your Essential Kitchen Companion with More Than 400 Recipes to Inspire and Impress

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Being able to share a meal with family and friends is something to celebrate – enjoying home-cooked food together, whether it’s a meltingly tender weekend roast or a cake fresh from the oven.

Housecraft

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The United States Catalog

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The British Library General Catalogue of Printed Books to 1975

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The British National Bibliography

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The Psychology of Food and Eating

Author : John L. Smith
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There has long been an interest in food among psychologists across the full range of the discipline, from the physiology of hunger and the psychophysics of taste and smell to the development of food preferences and the social psychology of food-related behaviour and attitudes. In this new text, John L. Smith takes a much-needed broad view of the field, bringing together physiological research, psychodynamic theory, and sociological perspectives in a way that both celebrates their differences and explores their potential fusion. The Psychology of Food and Eating provides more than a 'dry' decontextualised physiological explanation of food and eating. It moves on to enable students to see food in its wider context in terms of everyday life and real routines. It provides an overview of social scientific approaches to the study of food (biosocial, socioanthropological, structural, feminist/psychodynamic) and an appreciation of the various ways that social psychological perspectives can be applied to real-life contexts. With its detailed (and almost confessional) account of the research process, students will gain an insider's perspective on how observational and idiographic techniques are deployed in practice in everyday settings. The book will prove of interest not only to students and researchers on health psychology, applied psychology and critical psychology courses, but also to all those looking for a really accessible introduction to contemporary alternatives to the more conventional research techniques used in this field.

British Book News

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Subject Index of the Modern Works Added to the British Museum Library

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Subject Index of the Modern Works Added to the British Museum Library

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Good Housekeeping

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Waterstone s Guide to Books

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Cumulative Book Index

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