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The Greengrocer s Kitchen

Author : Pete Luckett
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The Greengrocer

Author : Leanne Kitchen
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Explains how and why we should take the time and the care to select and use the best-quality ingredients for cooking.

Recipes from the Greengrocer

Author : Leanne Kitchen
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These books encourage the support of local growers and feature advice on selection and storage so that the raw ingredients you bring to the kitchen are nothing but the best. Every title in the series includes an inspiring selection of contemporary and classic recipes, ranging from everyday standbys to special-occasion meals. Make your own bread, cakes and pies; sample the infinite variety of sheep's, cow's and goat's milk products; taste flavoursome and nutritious fruit and vegetables when they are in season; and appreciate the production and processing of different types of meat - cooking produce of the highest quality and most satisfying flavour comes with many rewards.

Katie s Kitchen

Author : Dee Williams
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As the Great War looms, can a young woman hope to build a new life? Dee Williams writes an engrossing saga in Katie's Kitchen - the story of a young mother's escape from the past, only to be threatened by the horror of the First World War. Perfect for fans of Sheila Newberry and Annie Murray. 'A gem, a warm and compulsive read' - Coventry Evening Telegraph When her friend and business partner Edwin Brown dies it seems as if Katherine Carter's own world has ended. Not only has her closest companion been taken from her, she's also lost the successful restaurant they built up together, as well as the comfortable home they shared with her young son. Now all this has been snatched away, for Edwin has left no will and his lecherous brother Gerald presumes he's inherited Katherine along with the house. With little money but full of determination, Katherine escapes Gerald's violent advances and takes lodgings in Rotherhithe, with her cook's sister, Milly. Despite its poverty, Docklands London is full of hope and friendship and, in helping her new neighbours through their difficulties, Katherine finally begins to tackle her troubled past. But even as she rebuilds her life around the pie-and-mash shop where she works, a terrible shadow is hanging over the country. And little does anyone know the horrors 1914 will unleash... What readers are saying about Katie's Kitchen: 'Brilliant storyline - kept me up late wanting to know what happens next' 'This book is brilliant. Gives you a great insight into war in everyday lives - a great story line and great characters. A must read' 'Five stars'

The Kitchen Gardener

Author : Alan Titchmarsh
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Allotments with ten-year waiting lists; fruit and veg seeds outselling those of flowers - Britain is growing a passion for home produce and the time is right for the nation's favourite gardener to provide the definitive book on the subject. Alan's comprehensive guide will tell you everything you could possibly want or need to know about fruit and veg and how to grow it, including herbs, baby veg, salads, every-day fruits plus gourmet or unusual varieties, and how to fit them into today's stylish small gardens. As well as providing the key facts needed to yield good results and what to do when things go wrong, the text is sprinkled with Alan's personal observations, anecdotes, culinary tips and quirky historical uses. The book takes a very practical approach, starting from scratch for the benefit of anyone who's never grown their own before, but is also ideal for those with some experience who might be growing edibles in a new way - perhaps in a small space that needs to look attractive, or on a new allotment. Lavishly illustrated throughout with over 250 photographs and artworks, this inspirational and authoritative fruit and veg bible from the UK's best-selling and most influential gardener will become a classic in the genre.

Spices Salt and Aromatics in the English Kitchen

Author : Elizabeth David
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“The most incredibly sophisticated compendium of all that is good in British cooking” by the renowned author of An Omelette and a Glass of Wine (Jeremy Lee, The Guardian). Elizabeth David presents a collection of English recipes using spices, salt, and aromatics. The book includes dishes such as briskets and spiced beef, smoked fish, cured pork and sweet fruit pickles. An emphasis is placed on the influence of India, the Middle East, and the Far East on the English kitchen. “David is in her element; the prose sings, and the song is paean to the exotica that she craved. Even her treatment of a subject ordinarily as prosaic as measurements feels fresh forty years later. . . . She demolishes the canard that traditional British food is limited and bland.” —British Food in America “[David] demonstrates the varied and diverse nature of English cooking, identifying its many influences over the centuries resulting from trade with other nations. In fact the book is less a selection of recipes than an historical journey through countries that have influenced the English addiction to spices. . . . This is an exceptional, well-researched book. An informative and enjoyable read which at the same time doubles as a useful reference tool.” —The Caterer “A lovely variety of well-flavored dishes from many countries.” —The Art of Eating

Kitcheners Army

Author : Peter Simkins
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Numbering over five million men, Britain's army in the First World War was the biggest in the country's history. Remarkably, nearly half those men who served in it were volunteers. 2,466,719 men enlisted between August 1914 and December 1915, many in response to the appeals of the Field-Marshal Lord Kitchener. How did Britain succeed in creating a mass army, almost from scratch, in the middle of a major war ? What compelled so many men to volunteer ' and what happened to them once they had taken the King's shilling ? Peter Simkins describes how Kitchener's New Armies were raised and reviews the main political, economic and social effects of the recruiting campaign. He examines the experiences and impressions of the officers and men who made up the New Armies. As well as analysing their motives for enlisting, he explores how they were fed, housed, equipped and trained before they set off for active service abroad. Drawing upon a wide variety of sources, ranging from government papers to the diaries and letters of individual soldiers, he questions long-held assumptions about the 'rush to the colours' and the nature of patriotism in 1914. The book will be of interest not only to those studying social, political and economic history, but also to general readers who wish to know more about the story of Britain's citizen soldiers in the Great War.

Canadian Books in Print

Author : Marian Butler
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Classic British Cooking

Author : Sarah Edington
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Classic British Cooking is a collection of our very best national and regional dishes. With over 300 recipes, it includes both timeless favourites and forgotten gems. It covers everything from soups and fish dishes to sauces and sides, from vegetable and meat courses to puddings, breads and jams. Try delicious recipes for potted crab, slow-roasted pork belly, steamed ginger pudding and damson ice cream. Make the most of seasonal British produce with tasty chutneys and syllabubs. Bake a delicious piece of history with a Fidget Pie or Whittingham Button biscuits. Throughout, the author uncovers the fascinating history behind many dishes, from the Indian-influenced Kedgeree to the humble but delicious Toad in the Hole. Discover how medieval pottage became soup and how desserts like rice pudding and Eton mess became all-time favourites. Both practical and inspirational, this is a celebration of the best of British cooking past and present. This book was previously published as The National Trust Complete Traditional Recipe Book.

Wild in the Kitchen

Author : Ronna Mogelon
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Wild edibles are everywhere—in the woods, along sidewalks an even in the back yard. These truly natural foods are nutritious, taste much better than their plastic-wrapped domestic counterparts, and best of all, they are free! This delightful cookbook contains over 75 delectable recipes along with guidelines to help you find, pick, and prepare all types of wild plants. Soon you will be making cakes and pies from hawthorns and ground cherries; soups made with fiddlehead ferns or wild leeks; and salads of milkweed, dandelion, day lilies or lamb's quarters.

Canadian Book Review Annual

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Reports Papers c

Author : Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords
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Down the Kitchen Sink

Author : Beverley Nichols
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With a new foreword by Roy Dicks and Val Biro’s charming drawings, the Timber Press edition of Down the Kitchen Sink, in which Nicholls describes his forays into the realm of cooking, deservedly takes its place among Beverley’s classics on gardens, homes, cats, and other friends.

The Amateur s Kitchen Garden Frame ground and Forcing Pit

Author : Shirley Hibberd
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Perla Meyers From Market to Kitchen Cookbook

Author : Perla Meyers
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More than three hundred out-of-theordinary recipes yielding meals rich in fresh, natural flavors highlight this comprehensive cookbook designed to wisely and economically defeat the packaged, artificial foods of the supermarket

Domestic Servants as they are as they ought to be With some revelations of kitchen life and tricks of trade By a practical mistress of a household i e M A Baines

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The Kitchen Garden

Author : Charles Lyte
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Quill Quire

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Punch

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Nana s Kitchen

Author : Sherrie Hewson
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Sherrie Hewson – who was a semi-finalist on Celebrity Masterchef and owned her own restaurant – loves to cook. Her kitchen is a world away from her working life as an actress and presenter, and is where she constantly dreams up new recipes to try on family and friends. As a busy mother and now a grandmother, she loves nothing more than to take care of her family with delicious and tasty meals. She's been writing down her recipes for decades and now she's sharing over 100 of her favourites with us in Nana's Kitchen: Over 100 Delicious Family Recipes. From traditional dishes she learned from her own grandmother to thoroughly modern recipes you and your family will love too. All are delicious, easy to prepare and sure to inspire you.