Description: Amazon.com has this great lemon variety planted in a terra cotta clay pot ready to ship. Excellent for gift giving! Fragrant flowers produce thin skinned, juicy lemons year round. Different than conventional lemons in that the taste is more sweeter, and less acid. Rind is thinner and more orangish in color than typical lemons. Evergreen. Full sun. Growing to about 8 to 10 feet tall, or pruned shorter. Makes great tub plant. Indoors the blossoms will make any house smell good.
Description: A magazine for smart entertaining, delicious food and spur of the moment travel. In every issue you’ll find 30-minute meals, Rachael’s Diary, small party gatherings for special occasions, stolen weekends, Real Cooks Networks, Every Day Menu Planner, the No Recipe Zone & much more!
* The Kitchen Crop Sprouter is the easy way to produce fresh, hight-quality sprouts in your own kitchen * In just 2-4 days enjoy healthful sprouts in soups, salads and sandwiches. * The Kitchen Crop Sprouter makes sprouting fast, easy and fun.
Description: Dorie Greenspan has written recipes for the most eminent chefs in the world: Pierre Hermé, Daniel Boulud, and arguably the greatest of them all, Julia Child, who once told Dorie, “You write recipes just the way I do.” Her recipe writing has won widespread praise for its literate curiosity and “patient but exuberant style.” (One hard-boiled critic called it “a joy forever.”) In Baking: From My Home to Yours, her masterwork, Dorie applies the lessons from three decades of experience to her first and real love: home baking. The 300 recipes will seduce a new generation of bakers, whether their favorite kitchen tools are a bowl and a whisk or a stand mixer and a baker’s torch.
6.Canon PowerShot A540 6MP Digital Camera with 4x Optical Zoom “>Canon PowerShot A540 6MP Digital Camera with 4x Optical Zoom Description: The PowerShot A540 combines ease of use with creative flexibility. The PowerShot A540 delivers 6.0-megapixel resolution and a high-performance 4x optical zoom lens. It also features an extensive range of creative shooting modes and is compatible with optional converter lenses for extended versatility.
Description: First published in 1988, Bruce Cost’s Asian Ingredients was immediately hailed as one of the most comprehensive and fascinating books on Asian foodstuffs ever written. Now fully revised and updated, Asian Ingredients offers a wealth of information on identifying and using the often unfamiliar ingredients in traditional bottled condiments. This book’s clear black-and-white photographs make it easy to identify ingredients in your local supermarkets or Asian grocery, while Cost’s carefully researched notes explain how to select, store, and cook with these wonderful foods. Cost also includes more than 130 simple recipes for sumptuous Asian specialties.
Description: Curry, a Jesuit brother and founder of the National Theater Workshop of the Handicapped, has also gained a reputation as a bread baker. His unusual, often absorbing book presents 80 recipes of all sorts along with anecdotes about the Jesuit community, the history of the order, and prayers and blessings. Some of the recipes are Curry’s own, several are the daily breads he made as a novice, and many come from other Jesuit brothers and priests from Italy, Ireland, Mexico, and other countries. The recipes are good, and Curry writes well and engagingly; most baking collections will want this.
Description: The PowerShot A590 IS will astound you with its power-packed performance and impressive value. It’s got 8 megapixels, a 4x optical zoom, an Optical Image Stabilizer, and a large 2.5-inch LCD. A range of shooting modes — from manual to automatic, including Canon’s new Easy Mode — make picture-taking carefree. A DIGIC III Image Processor with Enhanced Canon Face Detection assures natural-looking results, while Motion Detection Technology reduces blur. For added creativity, attach wide or telephoto converter lenses.
Description: My China is a sweeping culinary travelogue through modern-day China and Tibet. Here, Kylie Kwong, renowned chef and author of Simple Chinese Cooking, journeys to ten cities and provinces, beginning in the Toishan district, the home of her own ancestors. Along the way, she meets and cooks with an array of spirited locals and samples a range of wonderful regional meals and tastes —from the haute cuisine of glamorous Shanghai restaurants to the simple bowls of noodles and pickles at the wooden stalls of Lhasa, and the altogether different and intense spicy heat of traditional Sichuan dishes. With a chef’s passion for new flavors, Kwong discovers authentic recipes and traditional techniques and adapts them to eighty new recipes that readers can make simply at home.
Description: Enjoy fresh greens at every meal no matter what the season. With AeroGrow’s AeroGarden garden kit, it’s easy to cultivate lettuce, cherry tomatoes, herbs, chili peppers, edible flowers, and more in an energy-efficient, organic-based environment right in the kitchen.
Description: With more than 1,000 no-nonsense recipes, The Good Home Cookbook reminds us that a good home cooked meal is as special as the company who enjoys it. In a highly ambitious effort, Richard J. Perry led his editorial team to identify recipes that formed the foundation of American cuisine as we know it today. Then, hundreds of home cooks from all 50 states tested and cross-tested the recipes in the first-ever public recipe tested cookbook.
Description: Atlas (Vegetariana) and food writer Kayte serve up a slew of recipes for cooks who don’t have time for the lengthy preparation often required by vegetarian dishes. The recipes, grouped in menus that help to minimize even the decision-making time, depend heavily on such “convenient foods” as canned beans, frozen vegetables, quick-cooking rice and packaged, pre-cut vegetables while making good use of tofu and pasta.
Description: Callalloo and Buss Up Shut, Mother-in-Law And Kuchela, Chip Chip and Doubles. The verbiage of Trinidad’s cuisine is both lyrical and mysterious. The variety of foods from this Caribbean nation and their fanciful names tell the story of a rich and eclectic cultural heritage.
Description:Homemade is much more than a collection of recipes. Since a big part of every gift’s appeal is its presentation, author Judith Choate includes plenty of ideas and tips on how to wrap, pack, and ship food gifts with creativity and style. You’ll learn how to cleverly combine food gifts into the perfect package, how to decorate jar tops, where to find beautiful bottles for condiments and flavored oils, and more.