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1. Mediterranean Diet Cookbook for Beginners 2021: 1000+ Quick & Easy Mouth-Watering Recipes To build healthy habits | Change your Eating Lifestyle with 12 weeks of smart Meal plan!
Author: by Sarah Carpino
Discover the world’s completest cookbook on Mediterranean Diet with 1000+Delicious recipes & a Smart 12 Weeks Meal PlanWould you like to successfully follow an Healthy lifestyle but do you still want enjoy delicious food? Are you looking to drop those excess pounds and get in shape without overthinking about meal planning?
Do you feel tired of all these exhausting weight-loss diets that simply don’t work long term? If you answered “yes” to this questions, than keep reading… I bet you crave for simple, no-fuss weight loss process and a long-term transformation that really works!
That’s why I decided to create the most Complete Mediterranean Diet Cookbook 2021with 1000+ Mouth-Watering Recipes & 12 Weeks Meal Plan! This complete Mediterranean Diet Cookbook will take care of your scarce cooking time and will show you the easiest & tastiest way to enjoy the weight loss process!
Including more than 1000+ recipes, The “Mediterranean Diet Cookbook 2021” presents affordable, traditional, and most importantly recognizable recipes to guide you on your weight loss journey. All of the ingredients can be found at discount grocery stores-nothing fancy here! Within these relatable and unique recipes there are meals for picky eaters, fancier meals for guests, and some that are vegetarians.
2. How To Brew: Everything You Need to Know to Brew Great Beer Every Time
Author: by John J. Palmer
Fully revised and updated, How to Brew is the definitive guide to making quality beers at home. Whether you want simple, sure-fire instructions for making your first beer, or you’re a seasoned homebrewer working with all-grain batches, this book has something for you.
John Palmer adeptly covers the full range of brewing possibilitiesaccurately, clearly and simply. From ingredients and methods to recipes and equipment for brewing beer at home, How to Brew is loaded with valuable information on brewing techniques and recipe formulation.
A perennial best seller since the release of the third edition in 2006, How to Brew, is a must-have to update every new and seasoned brewer’s library. This completely revised and updated edition includes:More emphasis on the top six priorities: sanitation, fermentation temperature control, yeast management, the boil, good recipes, and water.
Five new chapters covering malting and brewing, strong beers, fruit beers, sour beers, and adjusting water for style. All other chapters revised and expanded:Expanded and updated charts, graphs, equations, and visuals. Expanded information on using beer kits. Thorough revision of mashing and lautering chapters:Expanded tables of recommended times and temperatures for single-infusion, multiple-step, and decoction mashing.
3. Drinking with the Saints: The Sinner's Guide to a Holy Happy Hour
Author: by Michael P. Foley
Raise Your Spirits and Toast the Saints Recipe for a liturgically correct cocktail: mix Bartender’s Guide and Lives of the Saints, shake well, garnish with good cheer. Drinking with the Saintsis a concoction that both sinner and saint will savor.
Michael Foley offers the faithful drinker witty and imaginative instruction on the appropriate libations for the seasons, feasts, and saints’ days of the Church year. A guide to wine, beer, and spirits, including 38 original cocktails Lively sketches of scores of saints, from the popular to the obscure Tips on giving the perfect toast and on mixing the perfect drink Even includes drinks for Lent!
4. Bartending For Dummies
Author: by Ray Foley
Make and serve drinks like a pro This latest edition of Bartending For Dummies features over 1,000 drink recipes in an A-Z format with clear, easy-to-follow instructions. This 5th Edition also provides over 40 new cocktails ideas for those who want to know how to serve cocktails professionally, for themselves, or for their guests.
Detailed information on how to properly stock a bar with the latest and greatest glassware and tools Expanded coverage on making exotic frozen/blended specialties and specialty coffees Experimenting with the new flavor/buzz in Bourbons and Scotches: honey The latest flavored rums, gins, ryes, and of course vodkas (buttered, waffle, sherbet, and marshmallow flavored are just a few new editions) New coverage devoted to craft distillers Fun, new ways to garnish drinks (even flaming options), rim, and serve drinks like a master mixologist Tips on creating unique punches and even non-alcoholic drinks The latest tips and advice on curing hangovers and hiccups If you’re interested in crafting traditional or modern cocktails, Bartending For Dummies has you covered.
5. Wild Fermentation: The Flavor, Nutrition, and Craft of Live-Culture Foods, 2nd Edition
Author: by Sandor Ellix Katz
Chelsea Green Publishing
Wild Fermentation [has] become a manifesto and how-to manual for a generation of underground food activists. The New Yorker The book that started the fermentation revolution, with recipes including kimchi, miso, sauerkraut, pickles, gundruk, kombucha, kvass, sourdough, paneer, yogurt, amazak, and so much more!
Sandor Ellix Katz, winner of a James Beard Award and New York Times bestselling author, whom Michael Pollan calls the Johnny Appleseed of Fermentation returns to his iconic, bestselling book with a fresh perspective, renewed enthusiasm, and expanded wisdom from his travels around the world.
This self-described fermentation revivalist is perhaps best known simply as Sandorkraut, which describes his joyful and demystifying approach to making and eating fermented foods, the health benefits of which have helped launch a nutrition-based food revolution. Since its original publication, and aided by Katz’s engaging and fervent workshop presentations, Wild Fermentation has inspired people to turn their kitchens into food labs: fermenting vegetables into sauerkraut, milk into cheese or yogurt, grains into sourdough bread, and much more.
6. One-Beer Grilling: Fast, Easy, and Fresh Recipes for Great Grilled Meals You Can Make Before You Finish Your First Cold One
Author: by Mike Lang
Grilling just got better. Nothing beats cracking open a crisp brew over flame-grilled food on a hot summer afternoon. But who wants to be stuck behind the grill all day? With Mike Lang’s One-Beer Grilling, you can create that awesome, smoke-infused meal before you finish your first cold one.
Complete with grill-savvy tips to master the flame and a variety of recipes from essential food groups like red meat and pizza, you’ll be kicking back with great food in the time it takes to drink a beer. Enjoy over 75 mouthwatering dishes with friends and family, including: Planked Portobellos Chipotle Marinated Skirt Steak Tacos Grilled Rib-eye with Herb Compound Butter Beer-Can Chicken Carolina Pork Sliders with Coleslaw Spicy Rum Shrimp Skewers Smoked Macaroni and Cheese BBQ Pulled Pork PizzaEvery recipe includes the perfect beer pairing to make mealtime even more enjoyable.
Whether you’re a new cook or a cedar-plank pro, One-Beer Grilling makes it easy to grab a beer and fire up the grill for great meals in minutes!
7. Proof: The Science of Booze
Author: by Adam Rogers
May 27, 2014
Named a Best Science Book of 2014 by Amazon, Wired, the Guardian, and NBC Winner of the 2014 Gourmand Award for Best Spirits Book in the United States Finalist for the 2015 PEN/E.O. Wilson Literary Science Writing Award Lively … [Rogers’s] descriptions of the science behind familiar drinks exert a seductive pull.
New York Times Humans have been perfecting alcohol production for ten thousand years, but scientists are just starting to distill the chemical reactions behind the perfect buzz. In a spirited tour across continents and cultures, Adam Rogers takes us from bourbon country to the world’s top gene-sequencing labs, introducing us to the bars, barflies, and evolving science at the heart of boozy technology.
He chases the physics, biology, chemistry, and metallurgy that produce alcohol, and the psychology and neurobiology that make us want it. If you’ve ever wondered how your drink arrived in your glass, or what it will do to you, Proof makes an unparalleled drinking companion.
8. The Wildcrafting Brewer: Creating Unique Drinks and Boozy Concoctions from Nature's Ingredients
Author: by Pascal Baudar
Chelsea Green Publishing
Primitive beers, country wines, herbal meads, natural sodas, and more “Baudar has elevated the concept of terroir into the realm of extreme beverages, both fermented and unfermented. His book brings to life the innovative quest of the Palaeolithic shaman/healer/brewer.”Patrick E.
McGovern, author of Ancient Brews Fermentation fans and home brewers can rediscover primitive drinks and their unique flavors in The Wildcrafting Brewer. Wild-plant expert and forager Pascal Baudar’s first book, The New Wildcrafted Cuisine, opened up a whole new world of possibilities for readers wishing to explore and capture the flavors of their local terroir.
The Wildcrafting Brewer does the same for fermented drinks. Baudar reveals both the underlying philosophy and the practical techniques for making your own delicious concoctions, including: Wild sodas Country wines Primitive herbal beers Meads Traditional ferments like tiswin and kvass.
The book opens with a retrospective of plant-based brewing and ancient beers. The author then goes on to describe both hot and cold brewing methods and provides lots of interesting recipes; mugwort beer, horehound beer, and manzanita cider are just a few of the many drinks represented.
9. The Complete Joy of Homebrewing Fourth Edition: Fully Revised and Updated
Author: by Charlie Papazian
William Morrow Paperbacks
Fully Revised and Updated, The Complete Joy of Homebrewing is everything you need to know to brew beer at home from start to finish including new recipes, updated charts on hop varieties, secrets to fermentation, beer kit tips, and morefrom the master of homebrewing.
The Complete Joy of Homebrewing is the essential guide to understanding and making beer, from stouts, ales, lagers, and bitters, to specialty beers and meads. Everything to get started is here: the basics of building a home brewery, world-class proven recipes, easy-to-follow instructions, and the latest advancements in brewing.
Master brewer Charlie Papazian also includes the history and lore of beer, the science behind brewing, and tips on how to create your own original ale. This completely revised and updated edition includes:An expanded and updated homebrew recipe chart: How to brew 53 traditional beersA Beer Styles chart with easy-to-understand descriptions of key flavor and aroma characters along with homebrew technical data to make your own recipe formulationsA list of more than 75 beer types describing strength, hop aroma, bitterness, flavor, color, sweetness, and alcohol percentageExpanded charts on 68 hop varieties, descriptions, and usesBrand new recipesBeer kit tipsKey information about using and understanding hopsFive secrets to fermentationAnd much more
10. Tasting Beer, 2nd Edition: An Insider's Guide to the World's Greatest Drink
Author: by Randy Mosher
Storey Publishing, LLC
This completely updated second edition of the best-selling beer resource features the most current information on beer styles, flavor profiles, sensory evaluation guidelines, craft beer trends, food and beer pairings, and draft beer systems. You’ll learn to identify the scents, colors, flavors, mouth-feel, and vocabulary of the major beer styles including ales, lagers, weissbeirs, and Belgian beers and develop a more nuanced understanding of your favorite brews with in-depth sections on recent developments in the science of taste.
Spirited drinkers will also enjoy the new section on beer cocktails that round out this comprehensive volume.
11. Goodnight Brew: A Parody for Beer People
Author: by Karla Oceanak
It’s closing time at the brewery. While the moon rises, the brewery crewincluding three little otters (in charge of the water), a wort hog, and a hops wildebeestintroduce us to the brewing equipment, ingredients, and styles of beer. Join this fanciful crew as they close down for the evening and say goodnight to the brew kettle, barley and yeast, hops and mash, saison, porter, IPA, and much more.
Befuddled about beer ingredients? Puzzled about the brew process? Can’t remember the difference between an ale and a lager? Don’t miss the brew infographics that follow the story! This humorous parody of a children’s literature classic is a “pitcher book” for grown-ups.
It’s a besotted bedtime story for beer lovers everywhere!
12. The Beer Bible
Author: by Jeff Alworth
Workman Publishing Company
The only book you need to understand the world’s most popular beverage. I swear on a stack of these, it’s a thumping good read. John Holl, editor of All About Beer Magazine and author of The American Craft Beer Cookbook Imagine sitting in your favorite pub with a friend who happens to be a world-class expert on beer.That’s this book.
It covers the history: how we got from gruel-beer to black IPA in 10,000 years. The alchemy: malts, grains, and the miracle of hops. The variety: dozens of styles and hundreds of recommended brews (including suggestions based on your taste preferences), divided into four sectionsAles, Wheat Beers, Lagers, and Tart and Wild Alesand all described in mouthwatering detail.
The curiosity: how to read a Belgian label; the talk of two Budweisers; porter, the first superstyle; and what, exactly, a lager is.The pleasure. Because you don’t merely taste beer, you experience it. Winner of a 2016 IACP Award Covers a lot of ground, from beer styles and brewing methods to drinking culture past and present.
13. The New IPA: Scientific Guide to Hop Aroma and Flavor
Author: by Scott Janish
In the NEW IPA, Scott Janish scours through hundreds of academic studies, collecting and translating the relevant hop science into one easily digestible book. Through experiments, lab tests, discussions with researchers, and interviews with renowned and award-winning commercial brewers, the NEW IPA will get you to think differently about brewing processes and ingredient selection that define today’s hop-forward beers.
It’s a must-have book for those that love to brew hoppy hazy beer and a scientific guide for those who want to push the limits of hop flavor and aroma!
14. Water: A Comprehensive Guide for Brewers (Brewing Elements)
Author: by John J. Palmer
Water is arguably the most critical and least understood of the foundation elements in brewing. For many brewers used to choosing from a wide selection of hops and grain, water seems like an ingredient for which they have little choice but to accept what comes out of their faucet.
But brewers in fact have many opportunities to modify their source water or to obtain mineral-free water and build their own brewing water from scratch. Much of the relevant information can be found in texts on physical and inorganic chemistry or water treatment and analysis, but these resources seldom, if ever, speak to brewers.
Water: A Comprehensive Guide for Brewers takes the mystery out of water’s role in the brewing process. This book is not just about brewing liquor. Whether in a brewery or at home, water is needed for every part of the brewing process: chilling, diluting, cleaning, boiler operation, wastewater treatment, and even physically pushing wort or beer from one place to another.
15. The Alaskan Bootlegger's Bible, Second Edition: Makin' Beer, Wine, Liqueurs and Moonshine Whiskey: An old Alaskan tells how it is done.
Author: by Leon W Kania Sr
How to make beer, wine, liqueurs, hard cider and moonshine whiskeyThe author dusts off over thirty years of experience brewing beer and making wine to tell you how it’s done. He not only tells how to make darned near any kind of alcoholic beverage you can imagine, he also tells you how to make the equipment to do it with.
Ever wondered how a still is made? There are eight types illustrated in this book, based on historical moonshiner designs. The ingenuity that went into making moonshine illicitly is fascinating and sometimes hilarious. Though it’s illegal to build or possess a still, the illustrations are so complete, you could easily do it!
Some are built with components found in most home kitchens. From homebrew beer, homemade wine and liqueur recipes, to stills, homemade cappers, kegs, scales and even a malt factory from an old freezer, it’s all here! Easy to read and humorous, this book entertains you with Alaskan tales and bootlegger’s lore while you learn the craft of home brewing.