Growing Up Gourmet

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Growing Up Gourmet

Author: Jennifer Carlson

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 150111056X

Page: 240

View: 307

Garlic, cinnamon, cardamom, sage, basil—you’ll be amazed by what your baby will eat! Here are 125 healthy, delicious, kitchen-tested, and pediatric dietician-approved baby food recipes that will nurture your child’s adventurous palate and guarantee smiles from everyone at the dinner table. Growing Up Gourmet is a total guide to your baby and toddler’s diet. Jennifer Carlson built her business, Baby Gourmet, into one of the top-selling organic baby food brands in North America—and she’ll show you how to make nutritious, delicious, home-cooked meals that will complement your child’s development schedule and make everyone else in the family happy too. Her mouth-watering recipes reduce picky eating and introduce your baby to the wide world of textures and tastes, from veggies such as kale and fennel, to grains such as amaranth and spelt, to herbs and spices such as turmeric and ginger that will help you avoid added sugar, salt, colorings, and preservatives. As a busy mother of two, Jen understands that it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by feeding struggles and the sheer mass of parenting information, not to mention the challenges of finding time to make wholesome, flavorful meals from scratch. In this essential guide, she clearly lays out everything you need to know about feeding your baby: when to wean; how to get the right nutrients at every stage; how to deal with finicky eating habits; which foods will treat gassiness, colic, constipation, low iron, or poor sleep; and how to adapt your special dietary considerations for your child. As daunting as it may seem, there are shortcuts and techniques to make it all manageable, whether you’re cooking for a single little one or a family of five and counting.

From Hardtack to Homefries

Nine 1 Growing Up with Gourmet What Cookbooks Mean Cookbooks were one of my favorite forms of reading long before I had professional responsibilities for collecting them or thoughts of writing about them. I remember sitting on a Cape ...

From Hardtack to Homefries

Author: Barbara Haber

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1439137595

Page: 256

View: 956

Barbara Haber, one of America's most respected authorities on the history of food, has spent years excavating fascinating stories of the ways in which meals cooked and served by women have shaped American history. As any cook knows, every meal, and every diet, has a story -- whether it relates to presidents and first ladies or to the poorest of urban immigrants. From Hardtack to Home Fries brings together the best and most inspiring of those stories, from the 1840s to the present, focusing on a remarkable assembly of little-known or forgotten Americans who determined what our country ate during some of its most trying periods. Haber's secret weapon is the cookbook. She unearths cookbooks and menus from rich and poor, urban and rural, long-past and near-present and uses them to answer some fascinating puzzles: • Why was the food in Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt's White House so famously bad? Were they trying to keep guests away, or did they themselves simply lack the taste to realize the truth? It turns out that Eleanor's chef wrote a cookbook, which solves the mystery. • How did food lure settlers to the hardship of the American West? Englishman Fred Harvey's Harvey Girls tempted them with good food and good women. • How did cooking keep alive World War II Army and Navy POWs in the Pacific? A remarkable cookbook reveals how recollections of home cooking and cooking resourcefulness helped mend bodies and spirits. From Hardtack to Home Fries uses a light touch to survey a deeply important subject. Women's work and women's roles in America's past have not always been easy to recover. Barbara Haber shows us that a single, ubiquitous, ordinary-yet-extraordinary lens can illuminate a great deal of this other half of our past. Haber includes sample recipes and rich photographs, bringing the food of bygone eras back to life. From Hardtack to Home Fries is a feast, and a delight.

Growing Up Gourmet

Here are 125 healthy, delicious, kitchen-tested, and pediatric dietician-approved baby food recipes that will nurture your child’s adventurous palate and guarantee smiles from everyone at the dinner table.

Growing Up Gourmet

Author: Jennifer Carlson

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1501110551

Page: 240

View: 436

Garlic, cinnamon, cardamom, sage, basil—you’ll be amazed by what your baby will eat! Here are 125 healthy, delicious, kitchen-tested, and pediatric dietician-approved baby food recipes that will nurture your child’s adventurous palate and guarantee smiles from everyone at the dinner table. Growing Up Gourmet is a total guide to your baby and toddler’s diet. Jennifer Carlson built her business, Baby Gourmet, into one of the top-selling organic baby food brands in North America—and she’ll show you how to make nutritious, delicious, home-cooked meals that will complement your child’s development schedule and make everyone else in the family happy too. Her mouth-watering recipes reduce picky eating and introduce your baby to the wide world of textures and tastes, from veggies such as kale and fennel, to grains such as amaranth and spelt, to herbs and spices such as turmeric and ginger that will help you avoid added sugar, salt, colorings, and preservatives. As a busy mother of two, Jen understands that it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by feeding struggles and the sheer mass of parenting information, not to mention the challenges of finding time to make wholesome, flavorful meals from scratch. In this essential guide, she clearly lays out everything you need to know about feeding your baby: when to wean; how to get the right nutrients at every stage; how to deal with finicky eating habits; which foods will treat gassiness, colic, constipation, low iron, or poor sleep; and how to adapt your special dietary considerations for your child. As daunting as it may seem, there are shortcuts and techniques to make it all manageable, whether you’re cooking for a single little one or a family of five and counting.

Growing Up Jewish in America

Dinah Crystal Kossoff : By the late 1940s and 1950s , when I was growing up , the store had become a gourmet - type operation , and there was very little kosher food except for a deli counter . Nevertheless , whenever the Chasidim came ...

Growing Up Jewish in America

Author: Myrna Frommer

Publisher: U of Nebraska Press

ISBN: 9780803269002

Page: 264

View: 658

Brings together the childhood memories of a hundred men and women, young and old, who reflect on family life, interaction with the gentile world, and the meaning of peace

Growing Gourmet and Medicinal Mushrooms

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Growing Gourmet and Medicinal Mushrooms

Author: Paul Stamets

Publisher: Ten Speed Press

ISBN: 1607741385

Page: 614

View: 891

A detailed and comprehensive guide for growing and using gourmet and medicinal mushrooms commercially or at home. “Absolutely the best book in the world on how to grow diverse and delicious mushrooms.”—David Arora, author of Mushrooms Demystified With precise growth parameters for thirty-one mushroom species, this bible of mushroom cultivation includes gardening tips, state-of-the-art production techniques, realistic advice for laboratory and growing room construction, tasty mushroom recipes, and an invaluable troubleshooting guide. More than 500 photographs, illustrations, and charts clearly identify each stage of cultivation, and a twenty-four-page color insert spotlights the intense beauty of various mushroom species. Whether you’re an ecologist, a chef, a forager, a pharmacologist, a commercial grower, or a home gardener—this indispensable handbook will get you started, help your garden succeed, and make your mycological landscapes the envy of the neighborhood.

The Two Lane Gourmet

Growing up, family life was intertwined with the business. Our family time was often spent working together, and playtime always took place with the vineyards as a backdrop. It was a fabulous childhood, but at the time, I continually ...

The Two Lane Gourmet

Author: Tom Snyder

Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin

ISBN: 1429932929

Page: 272

View: 285

The Two-Lane Gourmet is the first wine-and-cuisine guide to sample top estate vineyards, intriguing inns, and intimate dining in all three West Coast states, from Southern California to Washington. Come along with bestselling author Tom Snyder on a delightful tour of more than two thousand miles of breathtaking wine country roads to enjoy hundreds of handcrafted wines, unique entrées, and gracious inns---all waiting for you to discover and appreciate them to the fullest. You'll never be at loss for words---a primer on winetasting is included, along with a pronounciation guide to popular wines. Suggestions for food-and-wine pairings, together with sources for recipes created by blue-label chefs from Europe and America, are also covered. So find a region in the contents that calls to you and set out on a grand tour of your own. Swirl, sip, choose from an astonishing variety of dishes, and doze off on 700-count Italian linen sheets while vineyards rustle in the night breeze just below your balcony. Ready to unwind a bit? It's all here, waiting for you, in The Two-Lane Gourmet. Lovely drives, good friends, fine wine, amiable conversation---this book is your passport.

Gourmet Confessions of a Supermodel

Though my childhood memories are largely set in Italian, French, and Spanish locales, I'm no stranger to things American. ... I was blessed to have grown up with a mama and a nana who really knew their way around a saucepan.

Gourmet Confessions of a Supermodel

Author: Jean Philippe Laplagne

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 1532046367

Page: 372

View: 582

The Worlds Most Beautiful Chef, Divina Noxema Vasilina, presents Gourmet Confessions of a Supermodel is a humorous, campy treatment of a deliciously serious subject: the art of cooking and entertaining. Presented as a parody of the celebrity, tell-all biography, Miss Divina shares her favorite recipes and tricks of the trade. The way to a mans heart is, after all, through his stomach. The recipes, however, are no joke. They are simple, delicious preparations with choices appropriate to any occasion. Jean Philippe Laplagne is a former caterer and seasoned home cook who loves to laugh just as much as he loves to cook. Presented in the fictional voice of the worlds most beautiful chef, Miss Divina Noxema Vasilina, Laplagne shares a collection of mouth-watering recipes peppered with hilarious essays by Miss Divina that include valuable tips for both cooking and entertaining. Laplagne combines original, unpretentious recipes with recipes from his childhood that will help both novice and experienced chefs glide through cocktail and meal preparation and cook confidently whether for a casual dinner or a multi-course dinner party. His delectable recipes include Spicy Mexican Pool-Boy Bean Dip, Cattle Call Chicken Gumbo, Seorita Chica-Dees Tortilla Seafood Salad, For Whom the Turkey-Stuffed Bell Peppers Toll, Sexy-Swedish-Model Meatballs with Noodles, Vivacious Italian Veggie Pizza, and Baked Sin-A-Man Apples. At the end of many recipes is a Supermodel Hint that offers helpful tips and humorous advice from Miss Divinas confidante, Blanche Itche. In this entertaining cookbook, a former caterer and chef shares recipes and gourmet confessions that lead home cooks of all levels on a fascinating journey to create fabulous meals.

Easy Gourmet

Growing up, crunchy buttered toast dipped into a soft-boiled egg was a special treat for me. I know now that it was also a treat for my busy mom: eggs and toast were simple to make, easy to eat and delicious. This is my grown-up version ...

Easy Gourmet

Author: Stephanie Le

Publisher: Page Street Publishing

ISBN: 1624140688

Page: 240

View: 189

Make Delicious, Awe-Inspiring Dishes With Easy Gourmet Sometimes you just want to make something simple, but you don't want to skimp on taste. Stephanie Le, creator of the popular site, I am a Food Blog, has recipes that are a cinch to make, yet bursting with flavor. So, whether you are a new cook, suddenly cooking for a hungry family, or you've just always been intimidated by what goes on in the kitchen and are ready to take a stab at it, you'll make dishes that'll impress your family and friends. Stephanie will guide you through even the most complex techniques. In no time you'll be breezing through dishes like Maple-Glazed Duck, Miso Cod and Quinoa, Braised Beef Brisket and Raspberry Pistachio Pavlova. Her must-have recipes cover every meal and everything in-between, all paired with her signature stunning photography. No matter how little you know in the kitchen, you'll be able to produce amazing dishes that'll surprise your family and friends and have them wondering if you secretly ordered from their favorite restaurant.

The Gourmet Club

WhenRobwas growing up, oneofhis favorite activities wasto accompany his dad toall thejob sites thathis father had going. Rob's dad wasa prolificbuilder and contractor. As a matter of fact, anentire addition to our city was built byand ...

The Gourmet Club

Author: Nancy Noel Marra

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 1475918984

Page: 135

View: 529

The Gourmet Club: A Full Course Deal tells the story of six couples as they form a group designed to share fine dining experiences. However, over the years these 12 people find they have come to share much more than just food! The Gourmet Club: A Full Course Deal has it all: an entertaining storyline plus recipes for all the delicious food served at the club 'meetings'. Bon Appetit!

Growing Up In A War

If only I could have seen Richard II, which unfortunately I never had, 1 could have re—enacted bits of it in my head each time I read some of the text. As things were, I felt like a gourmet who sits down with relish 305 GROWING UP IN A ...

Growing Up In A War

Author: Bryan Magee

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 1407015311

Page: 400

View: 256

This utterely compelling memoir opens with a sceptical nine-year-old Bryan Magee being taught the facts of life. It goes on to tell the story of the Second World War as seen through a child's eyes. Growing Up in a War nostalgically evokes the atmostphere of wartime England, the community spirit of a society before television, where very few had cars or telephones. A kid from the East End, he won a scholarship to one of the country's ancient public schools. During the school holidays, he returned to London and the air raids, the doodlebugs and V2 rockets. With the war over, Bryan's school sent him to a Lycée in Versailles, and he explored the Paris of those post-war years. Then, back in England, he tumbled into his first love affair. The book comes to an end with his call-up into the army, and his unexpected posting to the School of Military Intelligence. Growing Up in a War is a stunning autobiography and account of Britain during an extraordinary period of history, by the winner of the J.R. Ackerley Prize for autobiography.

Gridiron Gourmet

The Fight Against Civil Rights Brought It Back,” The Washington Post, June 12, 2017, accessed January 13, 2018, ... See, for example, Vann R. Newkirk II, “Growing Up in the Shadow of the Confederacy,” The Atlantic, August 22, 2017, ...

Gridiron Gourmet

Author: Maria J. Veri

Publisher: Sport, Culture, and Society

ISBN: 1682261018

Page: 170

View: 129

On football weekends in the United States, thousands of fans gather in the parking lots outside of stadiums, where they park their trucks, let down the gates, and begin a pregame ritual of drinking and grilling. Tailgating, which began in the early 1900s as a quaint picnic lunch outside of the stadium, has evolved into a massive public social event with complex menus, extravagant creative fare, and state-of-art grilling equipment. Unlike traditional notions of the home kitchen, the blacktop is a highly masculine culinary environment in which men and the food they cook are often the star attractions. Gridiron Gourmet examines tailgating as shown in television, film, advertising, and cookbooks, and takes a close look at the experiences of those tailgaters who are as serious about their brisket as they are about cheering on their favorite team, demonstrating how and why the gendered performances on the football field are often matched by the intensity of the masculine displays in front of grills, smokers, and deep fryers.

The Gourmet Girl Mysteries Volume One

Steamed, Simmer Down, and Turn Up the Heat Jessica Conant-Park, Susan Conant ... His dark, leathery skin made me think he'd spent too many long days in the sun while growing up in Hawaii, but he was ruggedly handsome.

The Gourmet Girl Mysteries Volume One

Author: Jessica Conant-Park

Publisher: Open Road Media

ISBN: 1504047079

Page: 834

View: 693

Bostonian foodie Chloe Carter is after the perfect meal and the perfect man—but death keeps finding her at the dinner table—in these three mysteries. Grad student and food connoisseur Chloe Carter has had more success navigating the gastronomic treasures of Boston than finding love. And when murders are linked to upscale restaurants, she must use all her culinary and investigative expertise to solve the cases. Steamed: Chloe meets Eric, her online match, at a five-star restaurant. But before dessert is even served he’s found dead in the men’s room. Suddenly, Chloe is plunged into the cutthroat world of trendy restaurants and murder investigations. Along the way she connects with a sexy chef—but is he Eric’s killer? Simmer Down: Chloe’s dishy boyfriend, Josh Driscoll, has just landed his dream job as executive chef at the new restaurant Simmer. As he preps for a New Year’s Eve grand opening, Chloe hooks him up with Food for Thought, an annual charity fundraiser. Everything is going perfectly—until murder makes a late addition to the menu. Turn Up the Heat: Having an executive chef boyfriend guarantees Chloe the best table at Simmer, Boston’s hottest new restaurant, any night of the week. So when the body of one of Simmer’s waitresses is found dead in a seafood delivery truck and expensive cooking equipment goes missing, Chloe is on the case.

Living Gluten and Dairy Free with French Gourmet Food

Having read about what gluten and casein sensitivity looks like, it was worth the gamble ofgiving up thosefoods. And, it was so worth it! I am never going back. The irony is that, my dad grew up on a wheat farm, and so, growing up, ...

Living Gluten and Dairy Free with French Gourmet Food

Author: Alain Braux

Publisher: Alain Braux

ISBN: 0984288317

Page: 295

View: 934

Chef Braux demonstrates a vast knowledge of the gluten-free, casein-free diet, bringing together in one book not only how and why this diet works for both individuals on the Autism spectrum and for those diagnosed with Celiac disease, but also recipes, resources, and a concise shopping list. I highly recommend this book to anyone that would like to improve their health with the GFCF diet. - Kecia Johndrow. Vice President. National Autism Association of Central Texas Chef Alain Braux has done it again! This book will take you on a sweet escape: an escape to gluten and dairy-free heaven! His recipes, witty writing and clever tips will help you make a stress-free transition to the gluten and dairy-free lifestyle. This book is full of easy-to-read educational materials and resources to help you feel better. Whether you are newly diagnosed or have been gluten-free for 30 years, you will find yourself referring this book time and time again. - Jessica Meyer, Owner and Chef of ATX Gluten-Free

The Gourmet Dad

And growing up, it was a lifesaver in my mother's kitchen. One of my favorite pasta dishes as a kid was...now, don't laugh... canned spaghetti on hot buttered toast. I would run home from grade school at lunch, just to get a big plate ...

The Gourmet Dad

Author: Dean McDermott

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN: 0373892896

Page: 224

View: 457

"Contains 100 ... recipes: a gourmet meal for the grown-ups and--with a few omissions, adjustments, tips, and tricks--one for the kids, too ... Along the way you'll learn not to be afraid of your kitchen, how to be creative with food, and you'll expose your kids to new flavors and develop their palates beyond the norm"--Amazon.com.

Growing Up in the Nation s Capital

Gourmet cooking – doing what comes naturally My mom was an expert at baking bread—biscuits and hot rolls and everything else she baked were made from “scratch.” The same was true with her corn bread, served hot with melting butter on ...

Growing Up in the Nation   s Capital

Author: Carrolyn Pichet

Publisher: Author House

ISBN: 1481728105

Page: 258

View: 598

Growing Up in the Nation’s Capital, invites the reader to spend some time with Carrolyn Pichet as she tells the stories of her childhood growing up in Washington, D.C., in the 1940s. Growing from her recollections of the caring and distinctive people who lived around her and creating a village in the midst of the city, this memoir does not tie itself down with exhaustively documented research. Instead, it liberates the members of the community to come to life through the stories that make up its account of the author’s early years. Over the span of thirteen chapters, Growing Up in the Nation’s Capital introduces the author’s family, describes her humble beginnings, paints a picture of family life, walks around the local community, recounts childhood adventures, recalls family road trips, and follows the author on her journey to adulthood. If you have wondered what goes on in the nation’s capital in the places beyond the shadows of monuments and outside the halls of power, then Growing Up in the Nation’s Capital will give you an intimate, personal, and memorable guided tour of one woman’s life and help you to become familiar with the lives of all of the members of her urban village.

The Gourmet s Guide to London

The trees that were planted in front of the lawn of the club have grown to a good size now, but even more picturesque ... with its alcoves, each a tiny dining-room, with vines growing up its supports and flower beds edging its railings, ...

The Gourmet s Guide to London

Author: Lieut.-Col. Newnham-Davis

Publisher: Good Press

ISBN:

Page: 565

View: 992

"The Gourmet's Guide to London" by Lieut.-Col. Newnham-Davis. 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 Gluten Free Gourmet Cooks Comfort Foods

Growing. Up. Celiac. Have you ever wondered if celiacs who have lived gluten free as long as they can remember find the diet easier? What problems do they confront when they've never tasted store-bought bread or ordered a sandwich sent ...

The Gluten Free Gourmet Cooks Comfort Foods

Author: Bette Hagman

Publisher: Henry Holt and Company

ISBN: 1466812249

Page: 336

View: 857

The latest addition to the bestselling series of cookbooks that have sold more than 300,000 copies. Bette Hagman is the premier creator of recipes for those intolerant to gluten and for those allergic to wheat. In the latest addition to the Gluten-free Gourmet series, Hagman turns her hand to old favorites such as macaroni and cheese, chicken pot pie, and lasagna that were once off-limits to anyone who is gluten intolerant. At the core of this book are more than two hundred all-new recipes for the mouth-watering comfort foods enjoyed by people everywhere. The nutritional information and dietary exchanges that accompany each recipe will make these hearty and delicious foods fit easily into any diet. Hagman also provides an introduction to new flours now available to the gluten-free cook and offers a list of sources for gluten-free baking products you can order by mail. With The Gluten-free Gourmet Cooks Comfort Foods, everyone can enjoy satisfying meals and snacks without gluten or wheat.

The Gourmet s Guide to London

evening, has been enlarged more than once, and now, with its alcoves, each a tiny dining-room, with vines growing up its supports and flower beds edging its railings, it pleases the eye of the artist and architect as well as the eye of ...

The Gourmet   s Guide to London

Author: Nathaniel Newnham-Davis

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 3734049415

Page: 252

View: 511

Reproduction of the original: The Gourmet ́s Guide to London by Nathaniel Newnham-Davis

The Amateur Gourmet

What she's articulating is something beyond me, beyond you, beyond anyone who didn't grow up in a world of tomatoes. And suddenly I begin to feel the same helplessness I felt when talking to Amanda Hesser. That revelation I made earlier ...

The Amateur Gourmet

Author: Adam D. Roberts

Publisher: Bantam

ISBN: 0307481360

Page: 224

View: 785

“A fast track to culinary bliss.”—Frank Bruni, New York Times • “A sort of Rachael Ray for young foodie urbanites.”—Boston Globe Self-taught chef and creator of the Amateur Gourmet website, Adam Roberts has written the ultimate “Kitchen 101” for anyone who’s ever wanted to enjoy the rewards of good eating without risking burning down the house! In this deliciously illuminating and hilarious new kitchen companion, Roberts has assembled a five-star lineup of some of the food world’s most eminent authorities. The result is a culinary education like no other. • Learn the “Ten Commandments of Dining Out” courtesy of Ruth Reichl, editor in chief of Gourmet magazine. • Discover why the New York Times’s Amanda Hesser urges you never to bring a grocery list to the market. • Get knife lessons from a top sous-chef at Manhattan’s famous Union Square Cafe, and much more. Packed with recipes, menu plans, shopping tips, and anecdotes, The Amateur Gourmet provides you with all the ingredients to savor the foodie lifestyle. All you need to add is a healthy appetite and a taste for adventure. Praise for The Amateur Gourmet “For anyone seeking to venture beyond toaster meals into the pleasurable world of sautéing and braising, Roberts is the perfect guide.”—Matt Lee and Ted Lee, authors of The Lee Bros. Southern Cookbook “A funny little guide—thanks to Roberts’ comic timing and frequent kitchen flops—to savoring life’s flavor in pursuit of good eats.”—New York Daily News “Amateurgourmet [online] is a food-world must read, offering an intelligent and witty view of food culture. . . . Now Roberts moves to the head of the table with his new book.”—Denver Post “A delightful and compelling new voice in the food world.”—Michael Ruhlman, author of Charcuterie and The Reach of a Chef

Tin Fish Gourmet

Since the original edition of Tin Fish Gourmet was first published in 1998, much has happened in my life. ... Such classic tin fish dishes as tuna casserole, salmon loaf, and shrimp curry became my childhood versions of comfort food.

Tin Fish Gourmet

Author: Barbara-jo McIntosh

Publisher: Arsenal Pulp Press

ISBN: 155152547X

Page: 192

View: 966

As an ingredient, canned seafood often gets short shrift; it's often considered a mundane filler for salads, casseroles, and sandwiches by those in a hurry or on a budget. But while fresh is always best, there's no reason why canned seafood has to be boring. Discover how to transform everyday canned seafood into stylish, delicious dishes in this cookbook that features innovative recipes for not only tinned salmon and tuna but clams, oysters, shrimp, crabmeat, sardines, anchovies, mackerel, and more. Make sophisticated versions of traditional seafood dishes such as Creamy Garlic & Clam Chowder; New England Salmon Cakes; and Apple, Cheddar & Tuna Melt; and try out imaginative new recipes such as Oyster & Artichoke Stew, Sardine & Potato Pancakes, Clam & Fontina Pizza, and Shiitake Mushrooms Stuffed with Crabmeat. This cookbook is perfect for students, those on a budget, or those with time constraints, but it's also a sea-worthy companion for any home cook with a pantry. Elevating canned seafood to new and delectable heights, Tin Fish Gourmet proves that there is life after tuna casserole. The foreword is by Michel Roux, whose restaurant Le Gavroche was the first in the United Kingdom to receive three Michelin stars. Barbara-jo McIntosh is an award-winning food professional with over thirty-five years' experience in the food and hospitality industry. Former proprietor of Barbara-Jo's Elegant Home Cooking, a popular Vancouver eatery, she now owns Barbara-Jo's Books to Cooks, a bookshop in Vancouver dedicated to the culinary arts. Michel Roux is a French-born chef living and working in the United Kingdom. His restaurant Le Gavroche, which he founded with brother Alain in 1967, was the first in the UK to receive three Michelin stars. He is now proprietor of the Waterside Inn, a three-Michelin-starred restaurant in Bray, outside of London.