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New from the bestselling author of Mini Farming! Ferment your own wine, cheese, beer, and more! Brett Markham, author of Mini Farming: Self-Sufficiency on ¼ Acre, explains how to ferment just about anything you can grow, and reminds us that gourmet cheeses, fancy vinegars, and store-bought wines can be expensive—making your own can not only be fun but will save money. Learn to make sourdough or experiment with making wine using a countertop... more...


In its 32nd Edition, Knives 2012 progresses with the knives, showcasing the increasing talent of the world's best knifemakers who forge and grind curvaceous blades, fashion handles from the finest materials and practice embellishment techniques saved for only the most skilled artisans. Featured articles: Carving titanium handles Making knife blades from Lake Superior beach sand Hollywood... more...

If there is a frontier beyond organic, local, and seasonal, beyond farmers' markets and sustainably raised meat, it surely includes hunting, fishing, and foraging your own food. A lifelong angler and forager who became a hunter late in life, Hank Shaw has chronicled his passion for hunting and gathering in his widely read blog, Hunter Angler Gardener Cook, which has developed an avid following among outdoor people and foodies alike.... more...

Freekeh is a tasty, versatile grain that’s packed full of fiber and protein. Freekeh was created by accident nearly 2,000 years ago when a Middle Eastern village was attacked and their crop of young green wheat was set ablaze. Most folks would sulk over their misfortune, but the crafty villagers rubbed off the chaff, cooked it up, and the result was freekeh! With 8 grams of protein per serving, it is quickly gaining popularity in... more...


A hot sauce manifesto focused on homemade Asian chili sauces and delicious dishes to make with them. In this completely unique Asian cookbook, culinary instructor and trained chef Diana Kuan offers a flavorful education in the art of cooking with homemade Asian hot sauces. From Thai Sriracha to Indonesian sambal to Korean gochujang and other fiery favorites, Asian chili sauces have become staples in restaurants and homes across America. They add a... more...

Thanks to the low-carb movement and the updated USDA food pyramid, we all know we should be eating more whole grains (the “good carbs”). But what exactly are whole grains? And how can we make them not only what we should eat, but what we really want to eat? In Whole Grains Every Day, Every Way, bestselling cookbook author Lorna Sass demystifies whole grains with a thorough grain-by-grain primer followed by more than 150 irresistible recipes. In... more...

It can be intimidating to shop for fish, even more so to prepare it once you have the perfect type of fish on hand. From shellfish to wild caught fish, you will learn how to prepare homemade fish recipes with the help of this fish recipe book. Today you can learn how to make delicious fish recipes such as: • Ginger and Sesame Salmon Salad • Ginger and Lemon Cod with Broccoli and Rice • Wild Mackerel with Crushed Potatoes • Chilean Sea Bass... more...

Turmeric Miracle Spice Turmeric is an ancient spice that is native to Southeast Asia, especially India. It is used as a condiment in popular Indian and Thai cuisines. It is easy to pick up the ginger aroma when you sniff turmeric and the taste is warm and nutty. Some people find it somewhat bitter and others describe it as tasting peppery. Turmeric has a centuries-old medicinal usage treating many common ailments and diseases. For... more...

Fifty chef-created recipes—some classic, some boundary pushing—for America's favorite sandwich, the grilled cheese. A fresh take on the beloved American classic, from the classic white bread with American cheese to "The Champ" (a taleggio and short rib extravaganza); the "Johnny Pastrami," which combines pastrami with the bite and freshness of apple chutney; and "The Tomater" with creamy mozzarella and a sun-dried tomato spread. Featuring both... more...