The Columbus Food Truck Cookbook

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ISBN: 9781439656228
Release Date: 2016-05-02
Number of pages: 176
Author: Renee Casteel Cook
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

Download and read online The Columbus Food Truck Cookbook in PDF and EPUB Every food truck in Columbus has a story. Jim Pashovich, godfather of the local scene, honors his Macedonian heritage with his fleet of Pitabilities trucks. After working as a New York City line cook, Catie Randazzo returned to Columbus to open Challah! and wow the hometown crowd with her reimagined Jewish comfort food. Chef Tony Layne of Por’Ketta serves up rotisserie-style porcine fare in his tin-roofed truck. Established favorites like Paddy Wagon and Explorers Club pair with the city’s best nightlife venues and breweries to extend their offerings at permanent pop-up kitchens. With insider interviews and over thirty recipes, food authors Tiffany Harelik and Renee Casteel Cook chew their way through the thriving food truck scene of Columbus.

The Truck Food Cookbook

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ISBN: 9780761171188
Release Date: 2012-05-08
Number of pages: 304
Author: John T Edge
Publisher: Workman Publishing

Download and read online The Truck Food Cookbook in PDF and EPUB It’s the best of street food: bold, delicious, surprising, over-the-top goodness to eat on the run. And the best part is now you can make it at home. Obsessively researched by food authority John T. Edge, The Truck Food Cookbook delivers 150 recipes from America’s best restaurants on wheels, from L.A. and New York to the truck food scenes in Portland, Austin, Minneapolis, and more. John T. Edge shares the recipes, special tips, and techniques. And what a menu-board: Tamarind-Glazed Fried Chicken Drummettes. Kalbi Beef Sliders. Porchetta. The lily-gilding Grilled Cheese Cheeseburger. A whole chapter’s worth of tacos—Mexican, Korean, Chinese fusion. Plus sweets, from Sweet Potato Cupcakes to an easy-to-make Cheater Soft-Serve Ice Cream. Hundreds of full-color photographs capture the lively street food gestalt and its hip and funky aesthetic, making this both an insider’s cookbook and a document of the hottest trend in American food.

Trailer Food Diaries

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ISBN: 9780983791119
Release Date: 2011
Number of pages: 159
Author: Tiffany Harelik
Publisher: Greenleaf Book Group

Download and read online Trailer Food Diaries in PDF and EPUB In this Texan tour for the taste buds, Tiffany Harelik takes readers to some of Austin's most unique and acclaimed restaurants on wheels -- and shares the recipes that made them great. A history of the blooming trailer food business with rich photographs and evocative descriptions, blending travel guide, coffee table book, and cookbook. Trailer food carts have been steadily increasing in popularity in hip places like Austin and San Francisco for years. This book captures the heart of this unique culture and the personalities behind its success. Nearly one hundred one-of-a-kind recipes. Owners of the featured trailers share amazing and creative recipes, ranging from waffle breakfast tacos to African peanut soup to Argentinian empanadas to candied-bacon ice cream. Each recipe serves as a testament to both the culinary creativity and the attractive simplicity of trailer food. Contributions from some of Austin's best chefs and entrepreneurs. As each trailer owner reveals a recipe, Tiffany delves into the history of the trailer and how the owner came to choose the food cart lifestyle. As she tells the story of each of these restaurateurs, she involves a diverse and well-connected group of people in the project -- each of whom will have a stake in promoting the book.

Los Angeles Street Food

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ISBN: 9781625855169
Release Date: 2015-07-20
Number of pages: 176
Author: Farley Elliott
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

Download and read online Los Angeles Street Food in PDF and EPUB Los Angeles is the uncontested street food champion of the United States, and it isn't even a fair fight. Millions of hungry locals and wide-eyed tourists take to the streets to eat tacos, down bacon-wrapped hot dogs and indulge in the latest offerings from a fleet of gourmet food trucks and vendors. Dating back to the late nineteenth century when tamale men first hawked their fare from pushcarts and wagons, street food is now a billion-dollar industry in L.A.--and it isn't going anywhere! So hit the streets and dig in with local food writer Farley Elliott, who tackles the sometimes dicey subject of street food and serves up all there is to know about the greasy, cheesy, spicy and everything in between.

Classic Kentucky Meals

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ISBN: 9781625852601
Release Date: 2014-11-04
Number of pages: 192
Author: Rona Roberts
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

Download and read online Classic Kentucky Meals in PDF and EPUB True Kentucky cuisine tastes best at a full table. Friends and family share stories while passing delectables like roast chicken, bacon-kissed wilted salad and fresh butter for the spoon bread. "Classic Kentucky Meals" puts the state on the plate, highlighting the commonwealth of flavors from Mercer County meadows, a treasured Princeton smokehouse, Casey County's sorghum fields and Berea's culinary traditions. Kentuckians cherish local cheese makers' fine aged cheddars and sixth-generation millers' crunchy cornmeals and savor tender green bean varieties their great-great-grandparents would recognize and applaud. Join award-winning food writer Rona Roberts as she invites you into her Bluegrass kitchen to visit and cook authentic, homegrown Kentucky meals. Drinks and music included.

Kahiki Supper Club

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ISBN: 9781625851338
Release Date: 2014-09-16
Number of pages: 192
Author: David Meyers
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

Download and read online Kahiki Supper Club in PDF and EPUB Inspired by Florida's famed Mai-Kai restaurant, Bill Sapp and Lee Henry opened the Kahiki Supper Club in 1961. They set out simply to build a nice Polynesian restaurant and ended up establishing the most magnificent one of them all. Patrons lined up for hours to see the celebrities who dined there--everyone from Betty White to Raymond Burr. Outside, two giant Easter Island heads with flames spouting from their topknots stood guard while customers dined in a faux tribal village with thatched huts, palm trees and a towering fireplace moai. One wall featured aquariums of exotic fish and another had windows overlooking a tropical rainforest with periodic thunderstorms. For nearly forty years, the Kahiki was the undisputed center of tiki culture.

New York Street Food

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ISBN: 9401403694
Release Date: 2013
Number of pages: 215
Author: Tom Vandenberghe
Publisher: Lanoo Books

Download and read online New York Street Food in PDF and EPUB Discover the most exciting street food locations in the Big Apple.

The Big Bend Cookbook

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ISBN: 9781625852571
Release Date: 2014-10-28
Number of pages: 288
Author: Tiffany Harelik
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

Download and read online The Big Bend Cookbook in PDF and EPUB Early settlers of the Big Bend honed a culture of self-reliance, resilience and creativity. Today, this is reflected in the diverse art, music and cuisine of the area that draw visitors undeterred by its isolation. Though sparsely populated, Big Bend is home to nationally acclaimed restaurants and chefs, as well as generations' worth of family recipes. Travel town by town and plate by plate in this culinary and cultural tour through the Big Bend. Indulge in a slice of jalapeno chocolate cake from Lajitas. Taste the way Big Bend Brewery's beer makes beef stew irresistible. Take a bite of an innovated classic with the rich pistachio fried steak in Marfa. From barbecued cabrito in Marathon and pozole in Fort Davis to adventures foraging in the desert, savor a part of Texas unlike any other. Author Tiffany Harelik guides the journey with interviews, history and, of course, recipes.

Austin Breakfast Tacos

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ISBN: 9781625845054
Release Date: 2013-07-09
Number of pages: 192
Author: Mando Rayo
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

Download and read online Austin Breakfast Tacos in PDF and EPUB Fresh tortillas, fluffy huevos con bacon and spicy salsa--good morning, Austin. Or good afternoon, evening, night--whenever From taco tailgates to taquerias, there is a taco for every occasion and persuasion. Some say that it was born in the days of cowboys and vaqueros, and others say it was a creation of the Tex-Mex culture, but one thing is certain: the breakfast taco has taken over the Capital City. From South Congress to North Austin, neon and chalkboard signs tempt hungry passersby with their best morning-time handheld bites. With over forty breakfast taco recipes, Mando Rayo and Jarod Neece investigate (and masticate) the history, culture and traditions of that indelible and delectable Austin treat: the breakfast taco..

The Bonne Femme Cookbook

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ISBN: 9781558327498
Release Date: 2011
Number of pages: 418
Author: Wini Moranville
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Download and read online The Bonne Femme Cookbook in PDF and EPUB Simple, Splendid Food that French Women Cook Every Day; 250 recipes that focus on simple, fresh ingredients prepared well

A Brief History of Vashon Island

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ISBN: 9781439657898
Release Date: 2016-05-09
Number of pages: 224
Author: Bruce Haulman
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

Download and read online A Brief History of Vashon Island in PDF and EPUB Reachable only by ferry, Vashon Island is a breathtaking rural retreat from the bustling activity of nearby Seattle and Tacoma. The island’s first inhabitants, the sx???babš, took advantage of its evergreen forests and rich marine resources. In 1792, George Vancouver was the first Anglo to discover the island and named it after Captain James Vashon. By the late 1800s, the first white settlers had established farms and greenhouses that supplied nearby cities with berries, tomatoes and cucumbers. Ferries drove development in the later half of the century, introducing new industries and tourism to the area. While both influenced by and isolated from the mainland, the island developed its own unique character treasured by locals. Merging human and natural history, author Bruce Haulman presents the rich heritage of this thriving community.

The Vegetable Butcher

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ISBN: 9780761184263
Release Date: 2016-04-19
Number of pages: 352
Author: Cara Mangini
Publisher: Workman Publishing

Download and read online The Vegetable Butcher in PDF and EPUB The skills of butchery meet the world of fresh produce in this essential, inspiring guide that demystifies the world of vegetables. In step-by-step photographs, “vegetable butcher” Cara Mangini shows how to break down a butternut squash, cut a cauliflower into steaks, peel a tomato properly, chiffonade kale, turn carrots into coins and parsnips into matchsticks, and find the meaty heart of an artichoke. Additionally, more than 150 original, simple recipes put vegetables front and center, from a Kohlrabi Carpaccio to Zucchini, Sweet Corn, and Basil Penne, to a Parsnip-Ginger Layer Cake to sweeten a winter meal. It’s everything you need to know to get the best out of modern, sexy, and extraordinarily delicious vegetables.

Lost Restaurants of Grand Rapids

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ISBN: 9781467118873
Release Date: 2015-11-30
Number of pages: 160
Author: Norma Lewis
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

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America s Best Breakfasts

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ISBN: 9780553447224
Release Date: 2016-04-05
Number of pages: 240
Author: Lee Brian Schrager
Publisher: Clarkson Potter

Download and read online America s Best Breakfasts in PDF and EPUB Rise and dine! If there’s one meal of the day to get passionate about—no matter where you’re from in this great land—it’s breakfast with all the fixings. Featuring down-home diners, iconic establishments, and the newest local hot spots, America’s Best Breakfasts is a celebration of two of this nation’s honored traditions: hitting the open road and enjoying an endless variety of breakfasts. Even without a road trip, you can re-create favorites that will satisfy any time of day: Shrimp and Grits, Hominy Grill, Charleston Croque Monsieur Sandwiches, Tartine, San Francisco Kimchi Pancakes, Sunshine Tavern, Portland Filipino Steak with Garlic Fried Rice, Uncle Mike’s, Chicago Cannoli French Toast, Café Lift, Philadelphia Brioche Cinnamon Buns, Honey Bee, Oxford Morning Glory Muffins, Panther Coffee, Miami

Louisville Diners

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ISBN: 9781625854223
Release Date: 2015-03-16
Number of pages: 128
Author: Ashlee Clark Thompson
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

Download and read online Louisville Diners in PDF and EPUB Louisville boasts many award-winning fine dining restaurants, but long before Derby City mastered upscale cuisine, it perfected the diner. Explore Louisville's tasty offerings with local food writer Ashlee Clark Thompson as she surveys the city's impressive variety of greasy spoons from the Highlands to the West End and everywhere in between. Enjoy home cooking done right at Shirley Mae's Café and Bar, breakfast at Barbara Lee's Kitchen, lunch to go at Ollie's Trolley and so much more. Packed with insightful interviews and helpful tips that only a local can provide, Louisville Diners is a delectable look into the best the city has to offer.