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Eat Korean

By Da-Hae West
Authors:
Da-Hae West
There's a great buzz around Korean food right now, as more and more people experience the fantastic, robust flavours of both classic Korean cooking and the Ameri-Korean strand that has developed from it. There are no better authors than Da-Hae and Gareth West to introduce this flavoursome cuisine - Da-Hae uses her Korean background to explain the details of traditional recipes, and Gareth shows how Korean and Western flavours can be fused together to create really delicious combinations.From a run-down on the basics of Korean cooking, including now readily available sauces, pastes and other ingredients, through chapters on kimchi and the etiquette of the famous Korean BBQ, to recipes for everything from the irresistible Bulgogi Burger and spicy, sticky spare ribs to Panjeon (seafood pancakes) and corn on the cob with kimchi butter, this book is packed with inventive, delicious recipes that will open your eyes to how great modern Korean food is.

Eat Right

By Nick Barnard, Nick Barnard
Authors:
Nick Barnard, Nick Barnard
Nominee - James Beard Award: Best Book, Health and Special Diets This comprehensive guide will show you how to find true nourishment and pleasure in the discovery, preparation and eating of real food and drink. It's not about fashionable dieting or being anxious about food choices, it's about positive eating. Techniques include making your own butter, yogurt, ghee, lard, broth, dairy and water kefir, kombucha, coconut water, kimchi, sauerkraut, sourdough, as well as sprouting grains and activating nuts and seeds. And there are also 100 wholesome recipes that encourage the use of good animal fats, well-fed meat, sprouted grains, local and seasonal produce, which will leave you feeling happy and satisfied. This is an easy book to dip into for advice, inspiration and truly health-giving recipes.
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  • Ella's Kitchen: The First Foods Book

    Covering every step of the weaning journey, from six months to a year, The First Foods Book includes more than 130 recipes - from single-veg purees to exciting combinations and full meals. Every one has been rigorously tested to ensure it meets with Ella's Kitchen nutritional standards. There is also lots of practical advice to give every parent confidence at this key stage of their baby's development. Top tips and insider advice from nutritionists, baby experts and real mums, dads and carers make weaning easy and stress-free - introducing solids becomes as much of an adventure for parents as it is for the little one whose taste exploration has only just begun. Weekly meal planners show you just what to expect, and there is a pull-out chart included in the book that you can stick on your fridge or wall. The third in the hugely successful Ella's Kitchen Cook Book series, The First Foods Book brims with recipes guaranteed to set tiny taste buds alight. With every recipe specifically developed for its nutritional content, as well as for its yummy flavour, and with the Ella's Kitchen stamp of approval on every page, this is set to become every parent's must-have guide to weaning.
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  • Easy Mexican

    Fresh and full of flavour, Mexican food has seen a surge in popularity in recent years. Taking you beyond ready-made kits and sauces, Easy Mexican is a collection of simple, fuss-free recipes that will allow you to capture all the spicy, punchy and authentic flavours of Mexico in your own kitchen.
  • Ella's Kitchen: The Big Baking Book

    Kids love baking, with all its fascinating textures, smells - and of course, tastes! Ella's Kitchen: The Big Baking Book takes them beyond licking the bowl, with a wide range of easy recipes for all occasions, from lunchtime to party time. Enjoy cooking up a host of nutritious treats with your little ones, and watch them learn about counting, weighing and measuring at the same time. Above all, have fun and get messy!Ella's Kitchen: The Big Baking Book is sure to become your family's go-to cookbook, with recipes designed to really fit in with your life:- Try having a batch of savoury snack bakes on hand to fill a gap until dinner - a healthy way to keep your child's energy up without sending her into overdrive. - Head to your garden or the park with the delicious selection of picnic recipes - all dishes are highly portable and perfect for sharing. - Simplify days out with recipes from our On-the-Go section - individual portions, and not a crumb or a sticky finger in sight!But by far the best thing about this book is the fun it promises for your family, as you discover new recipes and create fond memories for your children. You'll never forget the look on their faces when they hand out slices of their first cake or cookies from their first ever batch.
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    Eat More Veg

    By Arthur Potts Dawson
    Authors:
    Arthur Potts Dawson
    The new paperback edition of the acclaimed vegetable cookbook Eat Your Veg. This isn't a vegetarian cookbook. It's a way of life that celebrates vegetables and puts them at the centre of the plate. Eat More Veg presents a mix of classics, basics, simple food and show-off dishes that make the most of what's in season. Whether you receive organic food box deliveries, go to farmer's markets or raid what's on special offer at the supermarket, you'll be able to enjoy more veg, every day. With suggestions for your store cupboard and advice on what to eat when, and an incredible variety of vegetables and recipes, we've got all the inspiration you'll need - from beetroot soup with cumin and coriander to butternut ravioli with brown butter, and from gratin dauphinoise to asparagus salad with peas, broad beans and mint - all arranged by vegetable in an easy-to-use format.
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  • Eat Yourself to Energy

    By Gill Paul
    Authors:
    Gill Paul
    Eat yourself energetic with this informative guide to eating right and boosting your energy levels.Do you drag yourself out of bed in the morning, yawn through the working day, then collapse in front of the TV in the evening? We all feel exhausted from time to time but when that feeling continues, it's time to do something about it.There are excellent ways of eating yourself to energy which also boost overall health. Avoid being tempted by quick-fix caffeine or sugary 'energy' drinks and bars, focus instead on foods that keep blood sugar levels steady. By addressing the underlying causes of low energy, you will achieve lasting results.The Eat Yourself to Energy diet contains all the vitamins, minerals and trace elements you need to ease niggling health problems and make you feel tip-top and raring to go.Featured in this book are the key foods that have been proven to increase stamina and boost energy. A clever problem-solver helps you choose the ingredients that adress your own individual symptoms, and the results are immediate.With over 60 easy-to-follow, quick-to-prepare, completely delicious recipes, and weekly meal planners, Eat Yourself to Energy is the perfect way to turbo-charge your mood and achieve optimum health.Eat Yourself to Energy includes...Part I Happy SuperfoodsSuperfoodsWhat's your problem?Putting it all togetherPart IIEnergy RecipesBreakfastSnacksLunch DinnerDesserts...And much much more!
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    Easy Crochet: Vintage and Retro

    The Easy Crochet series features six new project collections, so you can find a great project, whatever style you're looking for. Each book features a range of patterns to make for the home, to wear or to give, so you will find plenty of projects for a whole range of needs. Whether you're reviving your love of crochet or you've just discovered this restful and soothing pastime, there is an Easy Crochet book for you, and with every project tried and tested, and each technique fully explained, they're perfect for both beginners and experienced crocheters.Revive the groovy patterns and styles of yesterday with this collection of designs for colourful folky pieces that will work as stylish statements in the home and in your wardrobe. Create a selection of beautiful crochet blankets for an easy way of introducing the vintage look, or reinvent a plain dress or top with a beautiful scalloped collar... or try one of the many more patterns available!

    The Encyclopedia of Crystals, New Edition

    By Judy Hall
    Authors:
    Judy Hall
    The Encyclopedia of Crystals is organized by colour for easy reference, and the comprehensive index makes finding and identifying crystals effortless. Each entry provides a detailed description of the crystal's source, benefits and associations. In addition, you'll also learn fascinating facts about their properties and origins. If you work with crystals or you simply love everything mysterious and magical about them, then The Encyclopedia of Crystals is an essential addition to your library.
  • Ella's Kitchen: The Cookbook

    'It's never too early to get little'uns interested in healthy eating, so instead of cooking for the kids, why not cook with them?' - Reveal As featured in The Times, Ella's Kitchen is the fastest growing brand in the UK baby food sector and this new title, Ella's Kitchen: The Cookbook: The Red One, is the first in a series of books aimed at creating nutritious, convenient food that kids (and their parents) will love. 100 yummy recipes to inspire big and little cooks, ranging from the easiest of snacks and light meals that can be rustled up in minutes to delicious and satisfying dinners. Interesting twists and clever shortcuts, such as salmon fillets baked in parcels and sweet and sour prawns, make life as easy as possible for busy parents. For weekends and holidays, when there is a bit more time available, there are leisurely breakfast recipes such as Blueberry Pancakes and more involved cooking projects such as a Pasta Weekend. With an emphasis on involving kids as much as possible, the book includes easy prep tasks throughout, as well as fun activities, from growing your own window-box plants to getting creative with vegetable prints. Colour-in pages and stickers also mean that kids will love it as much as their parents do.Content includes...First foods for tiny taste budsFrom must to mash & beyondLearning about foodYummy lunches and speedy snacksDee-licious dinnersPerfect pudsScrummy treatsHooray for the weekend...and much more!
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    Excuse My French: Fluent Français without the faux pas

    By Rachel Best, Jean-Christophe Van Waes
    Authors:
    Rachel Best, Jean-Christophe Van Waes
    Life together in a bi-lingual relationship for Rachel and Jean-Christophe created many amusing miscomprehensions and often sheer bewilderment. How do you translate, 'Don't beat around the bush' and why does 'to be left high and dry' in English, become 'rester en carafe' in French? Excuse My French! is their solution to all this conversational confusion. The book comprises of 700 expressions in English and in French, divided into 12 chapters, which cover all the essential topics in life - including food and drink, money, business work and sex. It presents the essential idioms and metaphors of the 'other' language in a fresh, light-hearted way that won't make you feel like you're back in a classroom. Packed with quizzes, glossaries and interesting detail on the historical contexts for how phrases were coined, and illustrated throughout with line drawings, it will improve language skills and promote the Entente Cordiale between tourists, students and business associates, as well as encourage relationships to blossom between les Gaulois et les Rosbifs all over the world!

    Everyone Try Yoga

    By Victoria Woodhall, Jonathan Sattin
    Authors:
    Victoria Woodhall, Jonathan Sattin
    There is a style of yoga to suit everyone, regardless of age, gender or fitness levels. Learn what yoga can do for you, from improving your health, helping you lose weight and tone up, reducing stress and lifting your mood. The book explores 10 different styles of yoga, including: - Iyengar - Ashtanga - Yoga for Sports - Restorative - Hatha - Yoga for Pregnancy so you can find the right 'fit' for you. Some styles are athletic and physically demanding, whilst others focus on balance, breathing and releasing tension. Follow three 20-minute full sequences for morning, noon and night, with easily accessible exercises. With advice from ten experienced yoga teachers, Everyone Try Yoga is all you need to get started or broaden your existing yoga practice. Triyoga is Europe's leading yoga centre, with high profile clientele and attracting the top UK and visiting international yoga teachers who have the motto 'everyone try yoga' because each style has its own unique emphasis, benefits and challenges. Everyone Try Yoga draws on the expertise of over 15 highly experienced teachers from triyoga to show you what each style can offer. The book features practical and accessible exercises throughout, including three full sequences suitable for all levels. The accompanying DVD provides a powerful visual aid to guide you through these sequences. It also explores the history of yoga, giving context to our modern take on this 4,000-year-old tradition. With guidance on yoga for men, children, pregnancy and the menopause as well as meditation and improving energy, Everyone Try Yoga contains all you need to start or deepen your yoga practice.

    Easy Halogen

    By Maryanne Madden
    Authors:
    Maryanne Madden
    Are you always trying to think of new ways to prepare simple, speedy meals? Then look no further than a halogen oven. Halogens are super convenient, compact appliances that can be kept on your kitchen counter. They heat with a combination of infra red and convection to cook food 40% faster than conventional ovens. And with racks to layer your food and dials for temperature control, a whole meal can be produced from just one appliance. This book provides an inspiring introduction to halogen cooking, with delicious yet easy recipes to make meal times really special. Having limited preparation time need never mean turning to unhealthy convenience foods again!

    Eco House Book

    By Terence Conran
    Authors:
    Terence Conran
    Buildings are the biggest polluters on the planet, responsible for a far greater proportion of the carbon dioxide emissions that get pumped into the atmosphere every year than cars, planes or factories. Just as we are urged to change our lifestyles to reduce our carbon footprint and consumption of water, there is a great deal we can do to convert our existing homes into greener, healthier places to live. Most homes, even those built relatively recently, are not decorated, designed, constructed or serviced with eco-friendliness in mind. But you don't have to start from scratch to make a huge difference to the way your home impacts on the environment. From relatively small and economic changes to more dramatic overhauls, there has never been a better time to turn your home green.Environmental issues should be part of every decision you make on the home front - from selecting fabric for soft furnishings to designing and siting a home extension. Including tips, advice on material choices and design directions, Eco House Book provides all the information you need to reduce your home's carbon footprint and in the process directly improve the quality of your life.
  • Easy Cupcakes by Colour

    Pink, white, yellow, blue, green or chocolate - choose the colour that suits your taste, your theme or your china - and then charm and delight your friends with these divine little cakes. Quirky and witty and incredibly simple, you can make a selection for a birthday party or arrange them in tiers for a stunning cake for a wedding or other celebration.

    The Edible Balcony

    By Alex Mitchell
    Authors:
    Alex Mitchell
    Forget lawns and raised beds - a simple balcony or windowbox is all you need to create a miniature Eden of your own so you can eat home-grown fresh fruit and vegetables every day of the year. From an easy edible balcony that can be set up over a weekend to inspirational ideas for designing with recycled and salvaged materials, here you will discover how plants and edibles can be squeezed into whatever space you have available, with gorgeous profusion. Everywhere is a potential grow zone - herbs climbing up walls, salads escaping from recycled guttering, or beans and tomatoes supported by an old hat stand. Packed with detailed planting and growing advice on all the crops featured, plus information on how to make a self-watering container and cope with pests and diseases, this is the essential guide to building an urban eden in the sky.
  • Easy Japanese

    There is a general view that Japanese food is difficult to make and requires hard-to-find ingredients. Easy Japanese shows that just the opposite is true. The simple and elegant dishes in this book can easily be made at home using ingredients found in most supermarkets. There are delicious little starters (for many people the pinnacle of Japanese cuisine), plus main dishes made from poultry, seafood, beef, pork, noodles and vegetables. Also included is a useful illustrated glossary of Japanese ingredients.
  • The Evening Standard: Cryptic Crosswords 1

    Perfect, portable entertainment for any journey, this brand new compilation of the Evening Standard's cryptic crosswords will keep you bemused for hours and banish the boredom from your daily commute. Test your problem-solving abilities and stretch your vocabulary to warm-up your brain and get you ready for the day ahead.
  • Earth In Danger: Habitat Destruction

    A series of non-fiction books for reluctant readers that reflect the current concerns over environmental and ecological issues. This title explains simply the science behind what can be a very confusing subject. With an emphasis on the practical ways readers can help, such as choosing sustainable food sources and not overusing water, it works as both a nonfiction reader, and a reference resource. Inside this book: what habitats are in danger; what has changed to cause a problem; harmful effects of mining, pollution, farming, destruction of the rain forests; why the rain forest is so important to Earth's climate; what climate change means; sustainable farming and how to create an artificial coral reef.

    Easy Eco Auditing

    By Donnachadh Mccarthy
    Authors:
    Donnachadh Mccarthy
    This book provides a step-by-step guide to going green by the UK's leading eco auditor. It explains why going green matters and how to get started, including tips on identifying and overcoming bad habits and coping with feeling overwhelmed. The book breaks eco living down into easily managed chunks including how to change your water usage habits, how to saying goodbye to your rubbish mountain, what you can do to help save and protect your natural environment, green cleaning principles and how to motivate your family, friends and colleagues. With advice on principles to follow both at home and at work and featuring real life examples of the people and businesses Donnachadh has eco-audited, this is the one-stop eco guide everyone must own.