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At home with sous vide is the first cookbook from Dale Prentice. Dale takes what has traditionally been the realm of fine dining chefs and presents it in a clear simple format that is easily achievable by the home cook with full color images of every recipe. This book is ground breaking in bridging the secrets of some of the worlds best chefs to a format achievable at home. A must have addition to you cookbook collection.
Sous Vide: A New Approach to Cooking
Our new cookbook, At Home with Sous Vide celebrates the gentle art of low-temperature cooking. Discover the way an exact approach to cooking can transform food, and the incredible flavour and texture that can be achieved when cooking meat, fish, eggs, vegetables and even fruit sous vide. Director of Sous Vide Australia, teacher and chef, Dale Prentice provides 74 easy-to-follow recipes, including 37 dishes from some of the world’s most renowned chefs, restaurants and sous vide enthusiasts. Each recipe is beautifully photographed and broken down into step-by-step components. From simple salads to easy dinner recipes for beginners to more elaborate dishes for the confident cook, At Home with Sous Vide takes this amazing new style of cooking out of the restaurant world and into the home.
Clockwise from top: Confit Garlic, Moroccan Carrot Salad, Kipfler Potato Salad with Seeded Mustard Dressing, and Pickled Quince.
Home cooking with Ferran Adrià
The first book of home-cooking recipes by Ferran Adrià, the world’s most influential chef
While Ferran Adrià is better known for his innovative and ground breaking gastronomic creations, this highly anticipated new book reveals, for the first time, his secrets for creating delicious, seasonal, and simple home cooked meals.
The Family Meal’s mouth-watering recipes are inspired by the dishes eaten by the staff of Ferran’s restaurant, the legendary elBulli, four-time recipient of the World’s Best Restaurant Award. Every day at 6pm, Ferran’s team stops what they are doing to sit down to eat a three-course dinner together - this is known as the ‘family meal’.
Featuring 31 meals (each made up of 3 recipes) and providing the quantities of ingredients needed for servings of 2, 6, 20 and 75 people, this book is a great way to pick up new ideas whether you are cooking at home or in a restaurant.
Pull up a chair with the team behind award-winning restaurant Hartsyard and get stuck in to the high-octane flavours of beef poutine, crab cakes and chargrilled broad beans. This is high-octane southern-style flavours for modern eaters!
GOLDEN BROWN DELICIOUS.
Fried chicken has undergone a renaissance. It's been reinvented for a new generation. It's restaurant-level impressive and a sure-fire way to keep a crowd happy. In fact, it's the duck's nuts.
Fried Chicken and Friends is a collection of down-home American-inspired recipes, including the ultimate buttermilk fried chicken, as well as aperol sours, oyster po' boys, waffles with bacon and maple syrup, and all the other delicious things that go with it.
Pull up a chair with the team behind award-winning restaurant Hartsyard and get stuck in to the high-octane flavours of beef poutine, crab cakes and chargrilled broad beans. All served with a generous shake of the hot sauce bottle. It's a party on a plate.
In Food for Family, celebrated French–Australian chef Guillaume Brahimi visits some of Australia's most charming and stylish homes, creating delicious menus inspired by the people and place, and discovering what makes a house a home.
Join Guillaume as he prepares a laidback lunch for restaurateur Justin Hemmes at his harbourside home, cooks up a Greek feast at the heritage cottage of The Apprentice's Mark Bouris, and serves a hearty winter luncheon hosted by actor Cate Blanchett in an iconic country woolshed.
Guillaume then shares his own family's favourite recipes, relaxed, easy meals designed to satisfy a household of hungry children (and a busy French chef), including Crispy potato cakes with speck, garlic and thyme. Chicken risotto with peas and lemon, and Pineapple crumble.
This is big-hearted, full-flavored food, perfect for sharing with those you love.
Royalties from the book will support the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
From a master patissier comes an inspirational-and equally practical and achievable-guide to delicious French-style baking in the home kitchen. The French Baker features 95 recipes accompanied by beautifully shots and styled images; the more complex and technical baked items are supported by step-by-step photography and further hints and tips.
Throughout the book, recipes are interspersed with narrative sections that feature French-born Jean Michel's stories of his training and work in patisseries in France and give insights into the place of bakers and baking in French society. Introductions and breakouts also provide information about the recipes' history, traditions and cultural significance. The recipes are a mix of sweet and savoury, and following on from a basics/techniques/equipment section they are grouped into chapters focusing on biscuits; cakes and muffins; tarts and pies; choux pastry; brioches; flaky pastry; breads; spreads and jams; and creams and curds.
Owner of Sydney's Sadhana Kitchen, Maz Valcorza shares 140+ nourishing, plant-based, raw food receipes for health and wellbeing.
There once was a nurse-turned-pharmaceutical sales manager who had always partied hard, chain smoked, eaten as many bacon sandwiches as she liked and exercised just enough to 'stay fit'. One day, she decided to take up yoga (because it seemed like a great way to get a toned butt). Little did she know that this snap decision, made out of curiosity and vanity, would change her life forever, leading her on a journey to organic, plant-based, raw food health, one delicious bite at a time.
Author: Jones, Bridget. This series of cookbooks encourages you to get there and discover the season's finest, freshest ingredients. The last two books in this series finish off the year and show how to bring seasonal creativity into your kitchen.
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