Knickerbocker Glory: A Chef's Guide to Innovation in the Kitchen and Beyond is a book like I have never seen before. This is a guide to creating masterpiece desserts and a resource for becoming more innovative in the culinary and real world. I have never heard of a Knickerbocker Glory before. I learned that it is an ice cream sundae that is served in a large tall glass, particularly in the United Kingdom. This book will teach you a basic recipe and with a little innovation you will be able to create many glorious treats and you will have wow moments. When I looked at the multilayered concoctions is this book it catches my attention and inspires me to make my own. This book will guide you to think outside the box and it will not take long that you will have extraordinary results.
Some recipes you might want to try when you get the book:
Citrus Explosion; The Chocolate Grasshopper; Mocha Java; Tropical Paradise; Chai Tea; Sticky Toffee Pudding; Peanut Butter and Jelly; The Strawberry Shortcake; American Pie; Bonkers for Bananas
Matthew Robinson (www.theculinaryexchange.net) has spent 17 years in the food industry as a scientist, spokesperson, and product developer. He is the founder of exCLAIM International, a nutrition science and claims strategy consultancy that helps clients turn the complexities of science and new innovations into communications that are compelling and beneficial to the consumer and health care professional. He is also creator of TheCulinaryExchange.net, an up-and-coming destination for information regarding innovation in the culinary arts. Robinson has an M.S. from The University of Georgia in Nutrition Science and is a graduate of the professional culinary program at The French Culinary Institute.
Andrea Lynn (www.andrealynnfoodwriter.com) is a food writer and recipe developer. Her recipes have been featured by Serious Eats, Chile Pepper Magazine, Better Homes & Gardens' bookazines, Kiwi magazine's cookbook, Allergy-Friendly Food for Families and others. She has edited and tested recipes for MarthaStewart.com, Art Culinaire, Chile Pepper Magazine and cookbooks like Made with Love, Food52.com and many cookbook authors. She is the author of two other cookbooks, The I Love Trader Joe's College Cookbook and The Artisan Soda Workshop.
August 2013, The Culinary Exchange
Do you like Olive Garden's Baked Pasta Romana, Alice Springs Quasadillas from Outback Steakhouse or the Lettuce Wraps at P.F. Chang's China Bistro? With CopyKat.com's Dining Out at Home Cookbook 2 you can make these meals in your home. At your next friends gathering surprise them with Shrimp Nachos from Red Lobster or Loaded Potato Skins from Logan's Roadhouse. With this book you will be able to re-create delicious recipes that you have enjoyed in different restaurants. This book is all delicious recipes, no pictures.
Drinks: Strawberry Bellini from Grand Lux Cafe, Berry Sangria from Olive Garden
Appetizers: Sante Fe Dip from Cheddar's Casual Cafe, Spinach and Artichoke Dip from Outback Steakhouse, Classic Bruschetta from Spaghetti Warehouse
Soups: French Onion Soup from Applebee's, Bread Bowls from Kroger
Main Dishes: Bourbon Chicken from Cajun Café, Club Sandwich from Denny's, Thanksgiving Pizza from Double Dave's Pizzaworks, Fried Fish from Captain D'S Seafood Restaurant
Sides: Baked Potato from Outback Steakhouse, French Fries with Cheese from James Coney Island
Dessert: Banana Split Blizzard from Dairy Queen, Pecan Pie from Luby's, Reese's Peanut Butter Pie from Baskin-Robbins, Vanilla Bean Cheesecake from T.G.I. Friday's
Breakfast: Pancake Puppies from Denny's, Bacon Temptation Omelets from IHOP
Sauces and Dressings: Cinnamon Honey Butter from Texas Roadhouse
Favorites: Oreo Cheesecake from The Cheesecake Factory, Salad Dressing from Olive Garden
About the author: Stephanie Manley is the creator and author of CopyKat.com. Since 1995, she has written recipes for restaurant-style dishes that anyone can make in their own kitchen. While working in restaurants, Stephanie began to write restaurant-style recipes to help save money and stretch her budget. Like many people, she couldn't afford to go out for dinner every night of the week, but wanted to re-create the taste of her favourite dishes at home. CopyKat.com, known for its trustworthy and delicious recipes, is now one of the Internet's most popular cooking websites, and has been featured in publications like the Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, and Woman's World. Find Stephanie online at CopyKat.com or on Twitter (@CopyKatRecipes). She lives in Kingwood, Texas.
$14.95, Trade Paper
July 2013 from Ulysses Press
240pp, 6 x 9
The Leafy Greens Cookbook features 100 easy-to-make recipes using kale, chard, spinach, arugula, escarole and more. It well known that leafy greens are a powerhouse of nutrition. Great news, they are free of fat and cholesterol and on top of that they are packed with vital minerals, vitamins and antioxidants. The recipes in this cookbook are using exotic seasonings like spicy Mexican, zesty Greek and Italian. Serve your favorite greens to your family to boost their vegetables intake.
Salads and Soups: Quinoa, Fennel and Arugula Salad; Bibb or Butterhead Lettuce Wraps with Tamarind Sauce; Endive and Apple Salad; Kate Soup with Sausage and Potatoes
Appetizers, Snacks, and Sides: Chimichurri; Brussels Sprouts with Bacon and Cherries; Bok Choy Adobo; Vegetable Egg Rolls; Southern-Style Collards with Red Beans and Rice
Vegetarian Entrees: Frittata of Baby Greens; Spinach and Potato Pierogies; Saag Paneer
Poultry, Fish, and Meat Entrees: Corned Beef and Cabbage; Stir-Fried Bok Choy with Beef; Pork-Stuffed Cabbage Rolls; Watercress and Salmon Coconut Curry
Juices and Smoothies: Blueberry Bok Choy Smoothie; Chard, Beet, and Carrot Juice; Red Chard and Strawberry Smoothie; Green Pumpkin Spice Smoothie; Super Greens Juice
About the author: Kathryn Anible graduated from Johnson and Wales University with a degree in Culinary Nutrition. Before moving to NYC to become a personal chef, she was in the food service industry for nearly 15 years. In addition to cooking, she also pursues food styling, writing, and catering.
$15.95, Trade Paper
July 2013 from Ulysses Press
112pp, 6 1/2 x 9
NATIONAL COFFEE DAY
Did you know that Sunday September 29 is National Coffee Day? Starbucks is offering customers the chance to get a free taste of its Ethiopian coffee. While you are in the store pick up a bag of the new Thanksgiving Blend, a full-bodied blend of coffees from Guatemala and Sumatra. Discover subtle spice flavour, cocoa notes and hints of fine herbs in this coffee. I had the chance to try it today at my local Starbucks and it was really good.
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