When you were a kid, you might have snacked on nachos, potato chips, or cheese twists after school. Maybe your favorite holiday meal includes beef Wellington or roast turkey with sage stuffing. Your comfort foods might be macaroni and cheese, French onion soup, or shepherd's pie. Whatever the foods that remind you of good times, of happy days with friends and family, they're the ones you'd miss if you had to give them up. They're the dishes you'd want to eat before you die(t).
This mouth-watering book features 101 recipes for the most delicious foods in the world. With instructions for nibbles, snacks, and things in small packages, as well as entrees featuring beef, chicken, and seafoodand even vegetarian options! 101 Dishes to Eat Before You Die(t) is filled with the foods you can never forget. For breakfast, there's huevos rancheros with cheesy cornbread and eggs Benedict. For lunch, there's fried ham and cheese sandwiches and a classic burger. For dinner, there's fettucine Alfredo and honey-garlic ribs. And for snacks (and who doesn't want a snack when they're this good?), there's deep-fried calamari, samosas, and mini corn dogs.
We love the food we love because it tastes good. So, with this book, we shall eat and be merryfor tomorrow we die(t)!
|Publisher:||Thunder Bay Press|
|Product dimensions:||8.30(w) x 9.80(h) x 0.80(d)|
About the Author
Anneka Manning has spent more than nineteen years in food print media, gaining and developing a range of different food styles. She has contributed to a number of publications, including The Australian Women’s Weekly , Good Living ( Sydney Morning Herald ), australian good taste , Super Food Ideas , VOGUE Entertaining + Travel , Diabetic Living , Heart Healthy Living , Weight Watchers Australia , Sunday Life ( Sun Herald ), and Family Circle magazine. Anneka co-wrote The Low GI Family Cookbook (Hachette Australia) which was released in February 2008 and has written books for ACP Books and Murdoch Books. She is currently the Senior Food Editor for Murdoch Books and lives in Sydney.