Collects recipes for tropical fruits, including avacados, coconuts, pomegranates, and more exotic fruits such as jackfruit, sapote, and logan
Collects recipes for tropical fruits, including avacados, coconuts, pomegranates, and more exotic fruits such as jackfruit, sapote, and logan
Author: Marilyn Rittenhouse Harris
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
Publisher: Banyan Books
Category: Cooking (Fruit)
Author: Maude Heurtelou
Category: Form perception
Tropical Smoothies. Would you like to impress your loved ones with tasty and healthy fruit smoothies? This Tropical Smoothies Cookbook is for you. Drink one smoothie a day and you will fill yourself up with essential nutrients and vitamins. Tropical Smoothie is a blend of tropical fruits. You can also add seeds and nuts to pack more calories and make this as a meal. With Maria's step-by-step instructions it is easy to make any smoothie a success. Smoothies come in myriads of flavors and colors. Unleash your creativity in easy step by step guided recipes! Get your copy today. With help of this book you will be able to make the following recipes: Strawberry Banana Paradise Morning Glory Going Nuts Fruit Blend Chocolate Sundays Yellow Sweets Monday Morning Tai Secrets Going Bananas Banana Yogurt Mango Yogurt Mellow Mellon South Beach Pineapple Yogurt Orange Date Monday Love Morning Blues Red Chocolate Princess Cake Morning Power Pineapple Coconut Yogurt Pineapple Blast Mango-Mango Power Morning Orange Rainbow Yellow Rainbow Banana Avocado Tropical Strom Pomegranate Power Boat Purple Power Madness Pure Power Kale Orange What my readers have to say: "This is the best thing I ever have done for my health. I am 16 pounds down and I feel amazing. I avoid smoothies that contain nuts during my weight loss but will add them later when I will be supporting my stable weight." "Maria's instructions are easy to follow, and my smoothies are delicious." "My life changes when I switched to the plant-based lifestyle. Smoothies are a big part of my diet." "This book is changing the world, one smoothie at a time."
" "Maria's instructions are easy to follow, and my smoothies are delicious." "My life changes when I switched to the plant-based lifestyle. Smoothies are a big part of my diet." "This book is changing the world, one smoothie at a time".
Author: Maria Sobinina
Publisher: Independently Published
Here is a spectacular full-color adaptation of the bestselling posters by chef Van Aken. The recipes, created especially for this book, demonstrate the versatility of these sumptuous and sometime strange fruits--everything from the pineapple to the rambutan or wax jambu. A number of fruits have been added, along with an expanded text, recipes and information on availability.
Here is a spectacular full-color adaptation of the bestselling posters by chef Van Aken.
Author: Norman Van Aken
Publisher: Springer Science & Business
Today's trend in cooking leans toward more healthful foods. Gourmets seek to ferret out new flavours, aromas, textures and delights. Housewives need easy, varied and uncomplicated recipes. Executives want light meals that allow them to continue working immediately after eating without feeling weighed down. Children must have nourishing snacks to take to school. All of us want aphrodisiacs, better health, satisfying tastes, foods that are appropriate for beginning or ending a meal, healthful beverages to quench our thirst; easy and appetising drinks, food surprises for private moments. The solution to all of these needs lies in the universe of fruits, and the sublimation of all of these expectations can be found in tropical fruits. Colombia, located in the American tropics, with coasts on two oceans, high mountains, broad plains and jungles, has every variety of fruit or is capable of producing them. Within Colombian territory, in Old Caldas, which is the heart of the coffee growing area, the most varied species of fruit trees are concentrated in a veritable earthy paradise. This region is particularly blessed because of the exuberance of its landscape, the diversity of its vegetation and the richness of its soil, fertilised daily by volcanic ash. Here fruit is a fundamental part of what we call the Coffee Culture, since for generations the trees that bear fruit have been vital to the landscape, providing additional income for the economy, flavour for regional customs and a further basis for the transition of good eating. In this book, with creativity and innovation, we are rescuing the best of culinary knowledge concerning the exquisite and exotic tropical fruits, many of which are just now being discovered by the palates of those living in countries with seasons. In these pages we open the door to many a healthful and marvellous epicurean adventure.
In this book, with creativity and innovation, we are rescuing the best of culinary knowledge concerning the exquisite and exotic tropical fruits, many of which are just now being discovered by the palates of those living in countries with ...
Author: Liliana Villegas
Publisher: Villegas Asociados
Complementing Flavors, Crunchiness of Fresh Veggies, Easy-and-Quick-to-Make Recipes, Salad Makes My Life So Much Easier with My Hectic Schedule!✩★✩ Read this book for FREE on the Kindle Unlimited NOW DOWNLOAD FREE eBook (PDF) included ILLUSTRATIONS of 365 Fruit Salad Recipes right after conclusion! ✩★✩A fresh and flavorful salad is food I'll never get tired of eating. The complementing flavors, as well as the crunchiness of fresh veggies are what I love most about salad. I also like that I can create a lot of combinations of dressings, veggies, greens, grains, and legumes. Salad is perfect for me! And you? Do you love salad? Let's discover dozens of colorful and wonderful salad recipes in the book "Hello! 365 Fruit Salad Recipes: Best Fruit Salad Cookbook Ever For Beginners" with the parts listed below: Chapter 1: Apple Salad Recipes Chapter 2: Blueberry Salad Recipes Chapter 3: Cranberry Salad Recipes Chapter 4: Orange Salad Recipes Chapter 5: Strawberry Salad Recipes Chapter 6: Watermelon Salad Recipes Chapter 7: Amazing Fruit Salad Recipes Salad satiates my hunger for flavor, variety, and of course, freshness. But I also like its practical advantages. With my hectic schedule juggling different tasks, salad makes my life so much easier.Salad is so amazing, right? This is why I'd like to promote salad and share the joy of eating it. It allows you more money and time for other things that matter, such as having me time and spending time with your family and friends.How about you? What do you love about salad?This salad series features a variety of subjects and recipes you can choose from: Coleslaw Recipes Jello Salad Recipes Waldorf Salad Recipes Cranberry Cookbook Watermelon Recipe Apple Cider Vinegar Recipes Summer Salads Cookbook Tropical Fruit Cookbook Healthy Salad Dressing Recipe Cucumber Salad Recipe ... Lastly, I hope you'll live happily and healthily by eating salad more often!✩ Purchase the Print Edition & RECEIVE a digital copy FREE via Kindle MatchBook ✩A happy life is a combination of a healthy body and a healthy mind.Would you love to share your own story? Give us your comments below to share your wonderful story!
Complementing Flavors, Crunchiness of Fresh Veggies, Easy-and-Quick-to-Make Recipes, Salad Makes My Life So Much Easier with My Hectic Schedule!✩★✩ Read this book for FREE on the Kindle Unlimited NOW DOWNLOAD FREE eBook (PDF) included ...
Author: MS Salad
Enjoy tropical & rare fruit? Then these pages are for your pleasure; you are welcome to use the photos and text for personal use. Common and Latin names are linked to pictures and five groups of fruit have a good deal of written information on fruit usage, including recipes. This book contains interesting details about 141 tropical fruit and nuts. Learn how to identify, harvest or purchase tropical fruit and nuts; learn how to store them and know when they are mature or ripe. Most importantly, Know and Enjoy Tropical Fruit explains how to eat these fruit and contains 333 cosmopolitan recipes. Extensive tables list each fruit’s vitamins, minerals, energy contents, botanical and common names and their fruiting periods. Know and Enjoy Tropical Fruit is an excellent reference to tropical fruit and nuts and their uses. Tropical fruit is appealing and healthy. Frequent travel and fast international trade have made these fruit widely available. Knowledge opens the way to best appreciation. A unique book for the gourmet, adventure traveller and fruit lover. Written by James J Darley the book has 192 printed pages on glossy art paper. 62 high quality colour photographs are integrated with the text. Hardcover binding with gold stamped spine. Attractive, colourful jacket. ISBN 0 646 135392
Tropical Fruit and Nuts: a Cornucopia James J. Darley. Alexander, D. ... A
Gourmet's Book of Fruit. Golden Press, Sydney & Auckland. Bose, T.K. 1985.
Fruits of India. Naya Prokash. Calcutta. Britton, N. L. ... The Complete Avocado
Author: James J. Darley
Publisher: P&S Publishing
RRE AND EXOTIC Only Santa is a better stocking stuffer . . . For the most unique
cookbook using locally found tropical fruit , order your copy of Rare and Exotic
Tropical Fruit Recipes today ! TROPICHE FRUIET RECIPES TROPICAL FRUIT ...
Category: Tropical fruit
Prepare to tantalize your taste buds and tease your senses. Sweet, juicy, succulent fruit is the featured ingredient in this beautiful new cookbook with photos as vibrant as the fruits themselves. Fruit! offers more than 80 recipes, from timeless favorites such as Deep-dish apple pie to the more exotic Tropical fruit bombe. Start your day with the sticky sweetness of Tangerine syrup drizzled over stacks of Raisin pancakes. For lunch, cool your palate with Chilled melon and cucumber soup. Then after dinner, go ahead and shamelessly fall for Marbled apricot fool. These recipes, and many more, are all included in this tasty collection. Chapters are organized by kinds of fruit, with a final chapter on making preserves, sauces and accompaniments. Also included are tips for selecting perfectly ripe fruit, and preparing and storing it.
These recipes, and many more, are all included in this tasty collection. Chapters are organized by kinds of fruit, with a final chapter on making preserves, sauces and accompaniments.
Author: Kathryn Hawkins
100 easy, convenient recipes for making baby food in your slow cooker, pressure cooker, Instant Pot, or multi-cooker, from the food editor at Parents magazine
100 Easy, Convenient Recipes for Your Slow Cooker, Pressure Cooker, Or Multi-
Cooker Jenna Helwig. TROPICAL FRUIT FRUIT SALADSALAD Babies love fruit,
but sometimes fresh fruit isn't quite soft enough for self-feeding. One minute in ...
Author: Jenna Helwig
Collects easy-to-make recipes with ingredients readily available at Trader Joe's.
150 Cheap and Easy Gourmet Recipes Andrea Lynn. TROPICAL FRUIT CHLHD
YIELD: 2 servings PREP TIME: 10 minutes 1 (IS-ounce) container Trader Joe's
Tropical Fruit Medley 2 teaspoons honey juice of 1/2 lemon 1 apple, cut into ...
Author: Andrea Lynn
Publisher: Ulysses Press
Are you a pineapple lover? Then you certainly must know that this fruit is not only super tasty but also it has a lot of health benefits! Pineapple is a sweet and nutrient-dense tropical fruit. It's not often people know that something that tastes so fantastic can also be so good for their health as well.Let's find out its main benefits: Vitamin powerhouse Immune booster and disease fighter More bang for your buck Limited bromelain benefit Important information! Before you start to cook something with pineapple, there is some basicadvice in our cookbookyou should keep in mind when you buy and use pineapple: � Always use a bright yellow pineapple with fresh green leaves, and the fleshshould have a sweet taste. � Buy a ready-to- eat pineapple. This type of pineapple is heavy and gives a sweetfragrance. � Ripe pineapple can be stored for two days at room temperature and four days ina refrigerator. � Peel and core pineapple and then slice it to get the juicy and tender flesh. � Raw pineapple is best to use for drinks, smoothies, salads or ready-to- eatdesserts. � Read on to discover this versatile tropical goodness. If you are a great fan of healthy eating but at the same time you are a desserts lover - pineapple is the best choice for your healthy sweet diet! In this book you can find 25 delicious recipes with pineapple including: � Breakfast � Snacks and Side dishes � Main Course � Desserts We recommend adding pineapple to your daily meals. Use our simple but tasty recipes will change your dishes. They won't be boring anymore! Don't hesitate and buy this Pineapple cookbook. Share your tasty happiness with those who deserve it. Share your pineapple love with those whom you love!
In this book you can find 25 delicious recipes with pineapple including: ü Breakfast ü Snacks and Side dishes ü Main Course ü Desserts We recommend adding pineapple to your daily meals.
Author: Ryan Hart
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
A weight-loss program that captures the energy and exotic images of the tropicsa fun, sexy way to lose weight. The author, a sports nutritionist for The University of Miami, a psychotherapist, and athlete shows readers how to incorporate their natural everyday eating habits and food choices into a delicious blend of tropical flavors representing Hispanic, French, Asian, Indian, African and European tastessavory meats, fishes, spices, fruits, snacks, and Caribbean drinks in a fun way that lets you lose weight without feeling deprived. Original.
Author: Lisa Dorfman
Publisher: Food Fitness International Incorporated
Category: Health & Fitness
Many edible plants considered exotic in the Western world are actually quite mainstream in other cultures. While some of these plants are only encountered in ethnic food markets or during travels to foreign lands, many are now finding their way onto supermarket shelves. Top 100 Exotic Food Plants provides comprehensive coverage of tropical and semitropical food plants, reviewing scientific and technological information as well as their culinary uses. Wide-ranging in scope, this volume’s coverage includes plants that produce fruits, vegetables, spices, culinary herbs, nuts, and extracts. A user-friendly format enables readers to easily locate information on botanical and agricultural aspects, economic and social importance, food uses, storage, preparation, and potential toxicity. The book also contains an introductory chapter that reviews important historical, economic, geopolitical, health, environmental, and ethical considerations associated with exotic food plants. Thoroughly referenced with more than 2000 literature citations, this book is enhanced by more than 200 drawings, many chosen from historical art of extraordinary quality. This timely volume also highlights previously obscure edible plants that have recently become prominent as a result of sensationalistic media reports stemming from their inherently entertaining or socially controversial natures. Some of these plants include the acai berry, kava, hemp, and opium poppy. A scholarly yet accessible presentation, the book is filled with numerous memorable, fascinating, and humorous facts, making it an entertaining and stimulating read that will appeal to a broad audience.
Uncommon fruits for every garden. Timber Press, Portland, OR. 288 pp. Roach,
F.A. 1985. Cultivated fruits of Britain: their origin and history. Blackwell, New York.
349 pp. Richardson, M.W. 1976. Tropical fruit recipes: rare and exotic fruits of ...
Author: Ernest Small
Publisher: CRC Press
A valuable resource cookbook for the home cook and canner features more than four hundred recipes for an array of jellies, jams, butters, and preserves, as well as recipes for cooking with homemade potables, an extensive baking section and serving suggestions, and cooking tips.
Author: Beverly Ellen Schoonmaker Alfeld
Publisher: Pelican Publishing Company
Nation's Restaurant News has recently selected Winning Styles Cookbook as one of the year's best cookbooks.For the first time, 21 top chefs who have won prestigious James Beard Foundation Awards share the secrets behind their culinary magic in an exciting new cookbook. Winning Styles Cookbook: Recipes from James Beard Award Winning Chefs includes the stories behind their success, 100 plus recipes with full color photographs and bevarage recommendations. It is an inspiring, practical guide for home cooks, a valuable resource for aspiring food professionals and an attractive coffee-table tome for culinary afficionados, all in one."Full of culinary inspiration, this book is the first of its kind. 'Foodies' hope it won't be the last." Better Homes and Garden, Holiday Appetizers, 2003
Author: Elin Jeffords
Publisher: Feeding Frenzy Incorporated
Offering soup, appetizer, main dish, dessert, and preserve ideas for fruit cooking, a collection of recipes includes Chilled Mixed Fruit Soup, Smoked Turkey and Raspberry Salad, and Brandysnap Baskets with Citrus Mousse.
Author: Jenny Brightman
Publisher: Smithmark Pub
Category: Cookery (Fruit)
When you think of Hawaii, what types of food come to your mind? Do you think of dishes served at luaus and barbeques? What other types of tropical food sound tempting to you? Hawaii is justifiably noted for its many tropical dishes, but some are more well-known than others. Native Hawaiians have always lived in a sustainable way. They parceled their land to optimize the growing of food crops and managed the sea areas to keep them a stable source for fish used as food. The first Hawaiians grew taro plants, sweet potatoes, bananas, sugar cane and breadfruit. In addition to ocean fish, the natives also constructed fish ponds, so they would always have a supply of fish available. In the 1700 and 1800s, traders, whalers and missionaries came to Hawaii, and they brought the cuisines from their homelands. So, nowadays, Hawaiian cuisine includes influences from the Philippines, Okinawa, Puerto Rico, Portugal, Japan and China. The disparate cultures intermingled in the food of Hawaii, interacting and creating dishes now considered "local." From their tropical fruit and vegetables to meat and fish, Hawaii has so much to offer foodies. Read on, and learn more about Hawaiian cooking...
When you think of Hawaii, what types of food come to your mind?
Author: Allie Allen
Tropical Cuisine: Cooking in Clare's Kitchen is the world's first comprehensive reference cookbook for the tropics and for tropical produce. It includes over 250 interesting and simple recipes using both common and unusual tropical ingredients. Winner Best Innovative Cookbook in Australia 2010, Gourmand World Cookbook Awards. ‘This excellent book fills a significant gap in the reference shelves of any cook...’ quote from the foreword by Stephanie Alexander Tropical Cuisine: Cooking in Clare’s Kitchen also contains an encyclopaedia of tropical fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices, detailing how to select, store, prepare and cook these ingredients. Open up a whole new world of culinary possibilities! Tropical Cuisine: Cooking in Clare’s Kitchen features produce originating from all the tropical zones of the world, and draws on the culinary traditions of all tropical food cultures. All of the featured produce is available commercially or grows abundantly in home gardens of the sub-tropical and tropical regions of the world. Clare lets us in on the secrets of paradise in Tropical Cuisine: Cooking in Clare’s Kitchen, helping us become acquainted with and confident in the use of tropical produce. A valuable reference for chefs, passionate home cooks, growers, food businesses, kitchen garden programs, community gardens, schools, and cooking and hospitality programs.
Tropical Cuisine: Cooking in Clare's Kitchen is the world's first comprehensive reference cookbook for the tropics and for tropical produce.
Author: Clare Richards
Publisher: Tropical Cuisine Pty Ltd