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I highly recommend getting the monthly magazine by the same name, "Everyday Food" :D

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A history of gastronomy in the U.K. from Medieval times to World War I. From foods to kitchen equipment, dining manners, traditions and trends and more. Also includes 50 recipes.
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Veganomicon: The Ultimate Vegan Cookbook - Terry Hope Romero,Isa Chandra Moskowitz
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Simple Eggplant Parm

(Vegetarian, not vegan, but can be customized by substituting the egg for ‘flax egg’. If you’re going gluten free, you can also use another type of flour, like almond, etc..)

 

Ingredients:

-3 Sliced eggplants

- Tomatoes (optional)

-Homemade (or 2 jars of organic) garlic/tomato paste

-1 Bag of Daiya Vegan Mozzarella Cheese

 -Daiya Vegan Parmesan Cheese

-1-2 Cups whole wheat flour

-Dried rosemary & basil, to taste

-Sea salt, to taste

-Organic olive oil

-2 Organic eggs

-A few sprigs of fresh parsley

 

Directions:

Take two whole eggplants and slice them in approximately ½ inch slices. In a bowl, crack and beat the two eggs, while in another bowl mix the whole wheat flour, rosemary, basil and sea salt to taste.

Now take each slice of eggplant and first dip it in the egg to coat, then into the “bread crumb mixture” and cover generously. Place the slices on a cookie or baking sheet drizzled with olive oil and place in the oven at 350. Cook until the bottom side is golden brown, then flip and do the same for the other side. Make sure there’s enough oil so they don’t stick! You may need to add extra when you flip them.

Once they’re brown and crispy, take them out.

In a glass 15x10 baking pan, layer as follows:

Approximately 1 jar of tomato paste/sauce, then place the crusted eggplant in rows, top with parmesan and mozzarella, then add a thin layer of sauce and more of both cheeses. You can also double the layers if your pan is deep enough or add other veggies to the layers, like sliced zucchini.

Pop the dish in the oven until the cheese melts and the sauce is bubbly!

Garnish with fresh parsley if desired and serve.

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This is the companion book to the DVD which you can purchase separately. Both are very good, but the book has some very interesting recipes and traditions from around Europe :)
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Assorted recipes for each season of the year from the Victorian era.

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Simple food rules for beginners who want to learn to eat healthier. No recipes, but it's a good book to have if you don't know where to start.
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Panini (2008)
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A collection of recipes for Victorian sweets and deserts.


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Provides documented recipes for those cooks wishing to recreate a meal from 15th century England.
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Hunting and fish breeding, brewing and baking, trade and storage, hygiene and nutrition, the intricacies of dining in polite company, and the organization behind large feasts, are brought to light from the evidence of archaeology and written texts. Well illustrated.
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Topics range from cookery and brewing to home remedies.
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Recipes for precious pets :)
A great starter book for those who want to learn how to feed their dogs the natural and healthy way.
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Great Halloween decorating and entertaining ideas.
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Another book with ideas for entertaining on many occasions.
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These books have both healthy and unhealthy recipes in them. Personally, I choose to cook and eat as healthy as possible, so when I use a recipe I usually start making substitutions and getting creative when I have to (which is very easy to do). For instance, I never use white flour or table salt and try to use as many fresh and organic ingredients as possible, etc..
That said, there are plenty of good recipes to use as guides in these books or to give you ideas to get you started whether you're new or to the kitchen or not.

The books on entertaining also give some great ideas for various occasions.

I have included some random recipes with each listing that you should be able to click on and save to your computer as well ;)

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For more great recipes I highly recommend Martha Stewart: www.marthastewart.com/food

For her healthiest recipes: www.wholeliving.com

And Emeril at this link, for Emeril's healthy meals:
planetgreen.discovery.com/tv/emeril-green/emerils-recipes.html?campaign=nav-fh-rece

Also, for 16th & 17th century English recipes and more, The Gode Cookery: www.godecookery.com/gcooktoc/gcooktoc.htm#recipes

For more on entertaining and decorating ideas: www.marthastewart.com







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