Cooking From The Hip
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As the star of the smash sensation Iron Chef America, Cat Cora is used to improvising exciting dishes on a moment's notice. In this book she shows you how to do it too, whether you want a spur-of-the-moment supper or a spectacular dinner that doesn't require spending your whole Saturday in the kitchen. Cooking from the Hip is divided into four convenient sections, each with its own appetizers, soups, salads, main dishes, sides, and desserts.
From an era when American women pulled up their trousers, slipped on their gloves, and stepped up to the plate comes this intriguingly hip companion to the ultimate 1940s kitchen. More than 200 recipes-from cooking goodies for soldiers to re-creating dazzling libations-and timeless tips on how to recapture the cool charm of the '40s kitchen fill this delectable guide to one of the most innovative times in home economics.
Big Brother is a striking novel about siblings, marriage, and obesity from Lionel Shriver, the acclaimed author the international bestseller We Need to Talk About Kevin. For Pandora, cooking is a form of love. Alas, her husband, Fletcher, a self-employed high-end cabinetmaker, now spurns the toxic dishes that he d savored through their courtship, and spends hours each day to manic cycling.
She's hip. She's funny. She knows her stuff. She's the Lunch Lady and she's showing kids how to whip up nutritious breakfast, lunch and dinner specials using the new food pyramid. "The Lunch Lady" cooking show is on the air and she'll guide students as they learn how to make smart choices from every food and physical activity and get the most nutrition out of meals and snacks.