1. Passport to Survival is predominantly concerned with food preparation, preservation and storage with over 100 recipes.
  2. Not so long ago most fresh food on North American tables came from home gardens and local farmers markets. Today, the average item of food travels more than a thousand miles before it lands on our tables. It's a remarkable technological accomplishment, but has not proven to be healthy for our...
  3. The book lists a number of plants with a culinary history and suggests new ones, not in the wilderness where recent interest has already resulted in numerous books, but in your own garden where you like to work, relax and entertain, where familiar plants can play exciting new roles. We have...
  4. This book is in three section. Section 1. looks historically at known available indigenous foods prior to the 16th century when exotic foods made dramatic incursions into West Africa, the origins of a large variety of foods in the region and an analysis of the impact of these exotic foods on...
  5. Every food and cooking lover's cookbook collection contains at least one or two volumes that look a little worse for wear; their torn jackets conceal faded olive oil stains, a faint dusting of flour lingers between their dog-eared pages. These are the cookbooks we turn to time and time again....
  6. Because the world of cuisine is constantly evolving. Because we always want to know more about the foods we consume. Because the value of food is not only nutrition. For all these reasons and many more, we have designed The Complete Food Guide. To allow anyone with a passion for cuisine to find...
  7. Simply in Season Children's Cookbook will help children make the connection between what they eat, where it comes from, and when it is in season. This colorful and chock-full-of-photos cookbook makes it easy and fun for children to think and cook in season and to center food around the table and...
  8. Recalling the culinary customs of our ancestors and looking ahead to a future of robust good health for young and old, Nourishing Traditions offers modern families a fascinating guide to wise food choices and proper preparation techniques. Nutrition researcher Sally Fallon unites the wisdomof the...
  9. Most people tend to think of healthy eating as a minefield of do's and don'ts, but Eat Better Live Better shows how food should be seen as something to be enjoyed as well as being good for you. Good health depends on what people eat and how much exercise they take. Using this book, you can get...
  10. This publication discusses how to grown sweet and irish potatoes.