The No Time To Cook Book

The No Time To Cook Book

FOREWORD The No Time to Cook Book is packed with hundreds of tempting recipes, inspiring ideas, and ingenious timesaving tips for cooks in a hurry. Forget takeaways and ready meals, we aim to show you that fast cooking can be easy, ...

Author: Laura Herring

Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd

ISBN: 9780241235041

Category: Cooking

Page: 256

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No time? No excuses! The No Time to Cook Book contains over 100 quick and easy recipes you can cook in 20 minutes or less, from DIY sushi and stir-fry's in no time to Vietnamese feasts. There's no longer such a thing as having 'no time to cook' as DK comes to the rescue with this innovative recipe book. Recipes are broken down into simple visuals making them as easy to understand as possible. Smart infographics, colourful pie charts and at-a-glance flow diagrams make every step clear. With over 100 recipes you'll learn to mix the perfect salsa dips, throw together five-minute fajitas or make a curry in a hurry. Leave the takeaway menus in the drawer and take control of your meals again with these simple recipes which you can whip up in no time. Now available in PDF.
Categories: Cooking

Take Back Your Time

Take Back Your Time

Today, more than three million Americans enjoy shopping in the nation's nearly 5,000 food cooperatives.11 I think of my ... No Time to Cook In our time-pressed lives, the other big obstacle we sense to eating healthy food is finding the ...

Author: John de Graaf

Publisher: Berrett-Koehler Publishers

ISBN: 9781609943974

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 288

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Take Back Your Time is the official handbook for TAKE BACK YOUR TIME DAY, a national event. Organizers have enlisted the support of colleges, universities, religious organizations, labor unions, businesses, activist groups, and non-profit organizations to create events that will take place across the country, calling attention to the ways overwork and lack of time affect us-at home, in our workplaces, and in our communities-and to inspire a movement to take back our time. In Take Back Your Time, well-known experts in the fields of health, family therapy and policy, community and civic involvement, the environment, and other fields examine the problems of overwork, over-scheduling, time pressure and stress and propose personal, corporate and legislative solutions. This book shows how wide-ranging the impacts of time famine in our society are, and what ordinary citizens can do to turn things around and win a more balanced life for themselves and their children.
Categories: Business & Economics

Make Technology on Your Own Time

Make  Technology on Your Own Time

With any sealer, always wipe clean and dry the end you're going to seal, or the plastic layers might not melt together properly. Using a zip-lock bag instead of a vacuum sealer is actually OK for cooking times up to 4 hours, ...

Author: Mark Frauenfelder

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."

ISBN: 9781449393984

Category: Computers

Page: 176

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The first magazine devoted entirely to do-it-yourself technology projectspresents its 25th quarterly edition for people who like to tweak, disassemble, recreate,and invent cool new uses for technology. MAKE Volume 25 is all about the Arduino Revolution! Give your gadgets a brain! Previously out of reach for the do-it-yourselfer, the tiny computers called microcontrollers are now so cheap and easy to use that anyone can make their stuff smart. With a microcontroller, your gadget can sense the environment, talk to the internet or other hardware, and make things happen in the real world by controlling motors, lights, or any electronic device. The Arduino is an easy-to-use microcontroller board -- it's like an R&D lab on your kitchen table for prototyping any gadget. We show you how to make one, and how to use Arduinos and other microcontrollers to make an automatic yogurt maker, a vintage Skype telephone, a gumball machine that recognizes your secret knock, and more. Plus, make a Helicopter Rocket, gourmet Sous Vide food cooker, Reverse Geocache treasure box, and many more fun DIY projects.
Categories: Computers

Homemade in Half the Time

Homemade in Half the Time

Smart Ways to Cook Delicious Meals Every Time Shea Waggoner. Store seasonings between the prep and cooking areas . Spices and seasonings will be used during preparation and cooking , so they will ideally go between the prep and cooking ...

Author: Shea Waggoner

Publisher: Rodale

ISBN: 1594863652

Category: Quick and easy cooking

Page: 375

View: 857

"Looking for fresh new ideas? Homemade in Half the Timemakes meal planning easy. A 2-week menu plan, complete with shopping lists, can help you have dinner on the table in no time flat. And homemade desserts become a weeknight reality when they're as easy to prepare as Homemade's Clementine Tart with White Chocolate Macadamia Cookie Crust or Chocolate Almond Torte with Orange Sauce. What could be sweeter than this?'--
Categories: Quick and easy cooking

8 by 3 Paradigm for Time Management

8 by 3 Paradigm for Time Management

This is an extreme example, but it typifies the premise of the 8 by 3 paradigm of time management. The same rationale canbe applied to otherhuman challenges, such as preventive maintenance of a vehicle, cookingin batches rather than in ...

Author: Deji Badiru

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781475984774

Category: Reference

Page: 98

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The overarching theme of 8by3 paradigm of time management is to view time as the basis for everything we do. An efficient use of time is the foundation for success in all endeavors. Balancing time implies using explicit and equitable allotments of time to the various undertakings of each day. The development of the paradigm introduced in this book is based on the author's own personal practice of the approach for over three decades that have resulted in his ability to manage multiple endeavors. The approach has been honed enough to the point that it can be shared with others who may want to adopt and adapt it for their own activities. The paradigm presents a simple guide to managing the hours of the day over three major blocks of time allocated to the three typical categories of human undertakings. The three blocks of time cover work activities, home activities, and leisure activities. Each block has sub-blocks that are managed in contiguous hierarchical timeline templates. The 8by3 paradigm can be customized for each person's specific needs and circumstances. This book does not ask readers to sacrifice one time block for another or vice versa. Rather, it encourages balancing time across the work time, the home time, and leisure time.
Categories: Reference

Case Studies in Food Retailing and Distribution

Case Studies in Food Retailing and Distribution

Cooking meal-kit meals is portrayed as both enjoyable and easy, enabling the consumer to “Relax and Enjoy” while getting “dinner on the table in no time” (Marley Spoon). Time spent cooking is presented as a good use of time: Spend your ...

Author: John Byrom

Publisher: Woodhead Publishing

ISBN: 9780081020388

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 322

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Case Studies in Food Retailing and Distribution aims to close the gap between academic researchers and industry professionals through the presentation of ‘real world’ scenarios and the application of field-based research. The book provides contemporary explorations of food retailing and consumption from various contexts around the globe. Using a case study lens, successful examples of practice are provided and areas for further theoretical investigation are offered. Coverage includes: the impact of retail concentration and the ongoing relevance of independent retailing how social forces impact upon food retailing and consumption trends in organic food retailing and distribution discussion of how wellbeing and sustainability have impacted the sector perspectives on the future of food retailing and distribution This book is a volume in the Consumer Science and Strategic Marketing series. Addresses business problems in in food retail and distribution Includes pricing and supply chain management Discusses food retailing in urban and rural settings Covers both global distribution and entry in developing nations Features real-world case studies that demonstrate what does and does not
Categories: Technology & Engineering

Home Comforts

Home Comforts

Finding Time for Cooking Some people have a genius for getting something tempting on the table in no time. But before we consider how they do this, it is worth deciding whether your goal, generally speaking, is really to get in and out ...

Author: Cheryl Mendelson

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9780743272384

Category: House & Home

Page: 896

View: 560

Home Comforts is something new. For the first time in nearly a century, a sole author has written a comprehensive book about housekeeping. This is not a dry how-to manual, nor a collection of odd tips and hints, a cleaning book, a history book, or an arid encyclopedia compiled by a committee or an institute. Home Comforts is a readable explanation for both beginners and experts of all the domestic arts -- choosing fabrics, keeping the piano in tune, caring for books, making a good fire in the fireplace and avoiding chimney fires, ironing and folding, setting up a good reading light, keeping surfaces free of food pathogens, and everything else that modern people might want to do for themselves in their homes. But this reliable and thorough book on the practicalities of housekeeping is also an argument for the importance of private life and the comforts offered by housekeeping. Cheryl Mendelson is a philosopher, lawyer, sometime professor, and a homemaker, wife, and mother. Home Comforts is based on her domestic education, which she acquired while growing up on a farm in the hills of Greene County, in southwestern Pennsylvania, from her grandmothers, aunts, and mother. Learning from the distinct domestic styles of her native Appalachian relatives and her Italian immigrant relatives, she appreciated early on how important domestic customs are to a sense of comfort and identity in life. She writes out of love and respect for her subject, and hopes to inspire others to develop the affection and respect for home life and housework she was fortunate to have learned. Mendelson addresses the meanings as well as the methods of housekeeping with a keen sense of the history and values involved. The result is a warm, good-humored, engagingly written book with a message and a point of view, one that is overflowing with useful reflections and information. The clarity, breadth, and depth of the information collected here are unparalleled. You can read Home Comforts for thoughtful entertainment or use its ample index to help you find the answers to practical domestic questions. There is nothing quite like it. Among this book's unique features: · A skeptical discussion of the excessive use of disinfectants in the home. · How to iron a dress shirt and how to fold sheets. · How to make up a bed with hospital corners. · How to do all basic sewing stitches. · How to choose proper sizes for sheets, tablecloths, and other household linens. · How to set the table for informal and formal meals. · Expert recommendations for safe food storage. · The most exhaustive and reliable information on fabrics, textile fibers, and their laundering, drying, and other care that exists for nonprofessionals. · A thorough explanation of care labels and why and how you should often (carefully) disregard them. · Housekeeping guidelines for people with pets or with allergies. · What to do about dust mites. · How to clean and care for wood, china and crystal, jewelry, ceramic tile, metals, and more. · Guides to stain and spot removal. · Extensive recommendations for improving home safety. · A summary of laws applicable to the home, including privacy, accident liability, contracts, and domestic employees.· · 200 Elegant, Clear Drawings ·
Categories: House & Home

The Cooking Book A Dance in the Kitchen

The Cooking Book  A Dance in the Kitchen

Remember to allow for additional cooking time when you fill up the ovenspace with more food . Using What You've Got & Other Sneaky Tricks The other really big problem faced by most people in conventional home kitchens is that without ...

Author: Robert Dove McClellan

Publisher: Spirit Movers Enterprises

ISBN: 0974731102

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About Cooking, techniques, attitudes, even recipes
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THINKING Outside the Pill Box

THINKING Outside the Pill Box

Forty percent of us are not quadriplegic. “I don't have time to cook” Honestly, I think that this is one ofthe lamer excuses I hear. Everyone has to eat and someone cooks it, whether they do it themselves or not.

Author: Ty Vincent, MD

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781477255131

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 844

View: 997

Mainstream medicine in America focuses on symptoms rather than causes of chronic illness and poor health. Medical education is influenced to a great extent by pharmaceutical companies and focuses our attention dangerously onto drug therapies. Conventional medicine practice has been failing miserably to control or treat the chronic disease entities afflicting our population in the modern era. Integrative medicine concepts and practice offer people much safer and often more effective options for achieving and maintaining health, as well as combating most forms of chronic disease. The keys include understanding what it really takes to promote human health in a broad sense and what the underlying causes of chronic disease truly are. Thinking Outside the Pill Box contains an explanation of how our medical system came to be so defective and ineffectual, a thorough look at the important factors influencing human health, and an in-depth discussion of many common underlying causes of chronic illness in the modern world. It is designed as a self-help book for both the reader and their future generations.
Categories: Health & Fitness

The Basic Basics How to Cook from A Z

The Basic Basics How to Cook from A   Z

When you spend most of your time in the kitchen creating and testing new dishes it is hardly surprising that the proportions of eggs to milk for a simple custard disappear from your memory.) Many of my friends who are also experienced ...

Author: Janet Macdonald

Publisher: Grub Street Cookery

ISBN: 9781909808355

Category: Cooking

Page: 160

View: 160

Get cooking with this beginner’s reference that covers essential equipment, kitchen staples, illustrated techniques, and easy recipes. This is a handbook for the starter cook. Ingredients and techniques are listed alphabetically for quick and easy reference, and it provides the basic methods and techniques for dealing with vegetables, fruits, meat, fish, poultry, grains, legumes, breads, and pasta, with advice on how to clean, store, prepare, and cook each entry. Line drawings illustrate techniques such as dicing, slicing, coring fruit, and rubbing in fat, and where appropriate a very simple recipe—such as a basic broth or pie—is included, which allows the reader to develop the skills demonstrated. Entries also cover simple but easily forgotten information such as how to poach an egg and at what temperature to roast a chicken.
Categories: Cooking