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The Island Pok Cookbook

Author: James Gould-Porter
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The Hawaiian people have a laid-back love of life, and Island Poké is a London restaurant committed to sharing this ethos and the authentic flavors from these shores in over 65 recipes. Poké (pronounced Po-Keh) means to ‘slice’ or ‘dice’ in Hawaiian but it has evolved to become the Hawaiian staple of sliced raw fish served on rice with many condiments and toppings. James, the author and founder of Island Poké, became hooked on this delicacy as a child on the beach in Maui. Fast-forward a couple of decades, James sensed a gap in the market for an authentic and sustainable approach to Hawaiian cuisine. Thus, Island Poké was born − fusing the joy of real Hawaiian food, which is a delicious fusion of many cuisines including Polynesian, Japanese, Chinese, South American, Pacific Rim and even Portuguese influences. The book includes recipes for popular poké dishes sold in the restaurant such as classic Spicy Ahi and Golden Beet with Chile Lime Shoyu. There are multicultural Pacific Rim inspired dishes such as Sea Bass Crudo, Teriyaki Salmon Chirashi and Baja Poke Tostadas. Famous Luau feasting recipes include Kalua Pork, Pacific Chowder and Huli Huli Chicken. Finally, a chapter showcasing tropical brunches and bakes includes Acai Bowls and zucchini and Pecan Loaf.


The Poke Cookbook

Author: Amy Ferguson
Publisher: Page Street Publishing
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Amy Ferguson - a veteran chef and James Beard award nominee who has lived in Hawaii for over 30 years - brings the authentic flavors of the island right into your very own kitchen. You don’t have to travel all the way to Hawaii to have fresh, delicious poke. Amy’s easy recipes incorporate fresh, regional fish, as well as cooked fare, to create dishes that will please any poke fan. Whether you’re in the mood for yellow fin tuna in a poke bowl, octopus in a roll or salmon in a stack, there are many creative ways to incorporate your favorites. This book will have 75 recipes and 75 photos.


The Pok Cookbook

Author: Martha Cheng
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"Pokae has hit the mainland! Meaning "to slice or cut" in Hawaiian, pokae is pieces of raw ahi marinated in soy sauce and sesame oil and topped with seaweed. The dish has a long history in Hawaii: It originated as simple sustenance, the raw fish just a way to eat and live on an island. But it has survived many decades, influenced by different chefs' creativity over time. Today this classic can be made with almost anything as its base--think salmon or beets--and with a multitude of different seasonings, mix-ins, and serving options. Now, Hawaiian food writer and professional cook Martha Cheng gives a fresh take on this casual, savory dish that's supereasy to make. A gateway to Hawaiian food and a new spin on ever-popular Asian cuisine, The Pokae cookbook will be at home in any kitchen"--


Puerto Rico a Quick Overview of the Island and its People

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The New England Cookbook

Author: Brooke Dojny
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Collects recipes that encompass a wide range of dishes, from oysters-on-the-half-shell to blackberry patch cobbled cobbler, with stories about the entire area included in sidebars


The Jersey Shore Cookbook

Author: Deborah Smith
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Coastal cuisine from Asbury Park to Cape May. The warm sand. The salt air. The boardwalk. The food! Summer at the Jersey Shore is unforgettable no matter which seaside destination is yours. And with The Jersey Shore Cookbook, you can have a taste of summer all year long. It features 50 recipes contributed by well-loved shore town restaurants, bakeries, markets, and more. From fresh oysters, scallops, and tilefish to Garden State tomatoes, corn, and blueberries, the perfect New Jersey ingredients shine. Featuring favorites from: Asbury Park Atlantic City Avalon Bay Head Beach Haven Belmar Bradley Beach Brielle Cape May Cape May Point Harvey Cedars Highlands Keyport Lavallette Leeds Point Long Branch Manasquan Monmouth Beach Normandy Beach Ocean City Point Pleasant Beach Sea Bright Sea Girt Sea Isle City Ship Bottom South Seaside Park Stone Harbor Wildwood Wildwood Crest Selected Recipes: BREAKFASTS The Brunchwich: Pork Roll The Committed Pig, Manasquan Grilled Jersey Peaches with Greek Yogurt and Granola Lasolas Market, Normandy Beach STARTERS AND SIDES Allagash Steamers Marie Nicole’s, Wildwood Crest Oysters Gratineé Fratello’s Restaurant, Sea Girt SOUPS AND SALADS Roasted Tomato and Basil Soup Langosta Lounge, Asbury Park Beach Plum Farm Salad The Ebbitt Room, Cape May MAIN COURSES Golden Tilefish Sandwich Joe’s Fish Co., Wildwood Lobster Thermidor Knife and Fork Inn, Atlantic City Spaghetti and Crabs Joe Leone’s Italian Specialties, Point Pleasant Beach DESSERTS Blueberry Cobbler Talula’s, Asbury Park Key Lime Pie Inlet Café, Highlands


Top Chef the Cookbook

Author: Liana Krissoff
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A cookbook based on the first three seasons of the television cooking competition also includes behind-the-scenes anecdotes from the show, competitors' reflections, and episode guides.


Hawaii s Best Pupu Potluck

Author: Jean Watanabe Hee
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Christina s Cookbook

Author: Christina Orchid
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Deeply evocative of the San Juan Islands, the recipes and ingredients of Christina's Cookbook give readers a flavorful tour through all of the area's eddies, bays, and gardens. Just for starters, readers can try recipes for Crab Fondue and Fennel Breadsticks, Mussels with Garden Lilies and Curry, or Singing Scallops with Sweet Cicely and Cider. Add to this a side dish of charming tales and worldwide adventures, and the innovative recipes become all the more enticing. Roasted Halibut comes with a story on how it got its glaze; a millionaire playboy in the South of France is behind the delicious lamb recipe; and if readers want to discover how icy Doug Fir Granitas came to be served at the James Beard House, they can open up to the chapter on desserts (which also includes Poached Cherries and Lavender Ice Cream). For fans of authentic Northwest cooking and seafood alike, this cookbook is deliciously entertaining.


The food of Paradise

Author: Rachel Laudan
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Hawaii has one of the richest culinary heritages in the United States. Where else would you find competitions for the best saimin, sushi, Portuguese sausage, laulau, plate lunch, kim chee, dim sum, shave ice, and hamburgers? Hawaii's contemporary regional cuisine (affectionately known as "Local Food" by residents) is a truly amazing fusion of diverse culinary influences. In The Food of Paradise: Exploring Hawaii's Culinary Heritage, Rachel Laudan takes readers on a thoughtful, wide-ranging tour of Hawaii's farms and gardens, fish auctions and vegetable markets, fairs and carnivals, mom-and-pop stores and lunch wagons, to uncover the delightful complexities and incongruities in Hawaii's culinary history that have led to such creations as saimin, crack seed, and butter mochi. Part personal memoir, part historical narrative, part cookbook, The Food of Paradise begins with a series of essays that describe Laudan's initial encounter with a particular Local Food, an encounter that puzzled her and eventually led to tracing its origins and influence in Hawaii. Representative recipes follow. Like pidgin, the creole language created by Hawaii's early immigrants, Local Food is a creole cuisine created by three distinct culinary influences: Pacific, American and European, and Asian. In her attempt "to decipher Hawaii's culinary Babel", Laudan examines the contributions of each, including the introduction of new ingredients and the adaptation of traditional dishes to Hawaii's way of life. More than 150 recipes, photographs, a bibliography of Hawaii's cookbooks, and an extensive glossary make The Food of Paradise an invaluable resource for cooks, food historians, and Hawaiian buffs.