New York Times bestselling author and Food Network star Hannah Hart is back with her biggest book ever: a humorous holiday cookbook celebrating year-round festivities with food, drink, and friends. In a world where everyone is looking for some good news and something to celebrate, Hannah Hart is there with almost fifty ideas, arranged into twelve months of themes and recipes for how to celebrate with family and friends. A collection of recipes, activities, and suggestions about hilarious and joyous ways to celebrate with family, friends, pets, and your entire community, My Drunk Kitchen Holidays! will commemorate holidays from Valentine's Day to Graduation, Pride Month and International Left-Handers’ Day (really!). The book will culminate with the fall holidays that get much deserved attention: recipes for Halloween, Thanksgiving, and a celebration of Hanukkah/Kwanzaa/Christmas that is festive, inclusive, and incredibly hilarious.
'Food has the unique power to connect, nourish and inspire. Cook your way through this book and share in the stories of love, acceptance and pride within these pages’ - Jesse Szewczyk, Food Editor, Tasty. Enjoy incredible recipes with personal stories from 75 inspirational LGBTQ+ cooks including Antoni Porowski and Yotam Ottolenghi. Try Preeti Mistry's Asparagus Nests with Green Garlic Salsa Verde, Ruby Tandoh's Fudgy Miso Brownies and Edd Kimber's Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Ice Cream Sandwiches. The recipes are divided by simple chapters: snacks and starters, soups and salads, veggies and sides, beef, lamb and pork, poultry, seafood and fish, vegetarian mains, pasta, sweets and desserts. Their stories will move you and their incredible recipes will make your mouth water. Share their food, share the love.
This Companion provides an engaging and expansive overview of gustation, gastronomy, agriculture and alimentary activism in literature from the medieval period to the present day, as well as an illuminating introduction to cookbooks as literature. Bringing together sixteen original essays by leading scholars, the collection rethinks literary food from a variety of critical angles, including gender and sexuality, critical race studies, postcolonial studies, eco-criticism and children's literature. Topics covered include mealtime decorum in Chaucer, Milton's culinary metaphors, early American taste, Romantic gastronomy, Victorian eating, African-American women's culinary writing, modernist food experiments, Julia Child and cold war cooking, industrialized food in children's literature, agricultural horror and farmworker activism, queer cookbooks, hunger as protest and postcolonial legacy, and 'dude food' in contemporary food blogs. Featuring a chronology of key publication and historical dates and a comprehensive bibliography of further reading, this Companion is an indispensible guide to an exciting field for students and instructors.
Holidays at St Mary s or Tales in a sisterhood by S D N
A spinetingling collection of holiday mayhem and madness, from a Fourth of July fireworks display that goes horribly wrong to a Columbus Day voyage that changes the course of history, features contributions by David Niall Wilson, Julie E. Czerneda, Richard Parks, and David Bischoff. Original.
A compilation of more than 500 beliefs, legends, superstitions, proverbs, riddles, poems, songs, dances, games, plays, pageants, fairs, foods, and processions associated with over 120 American calendar customs and festivals.