Sizzling Summer Recipes!

Guy Fieri Food by Guy Fieri
Bursting with personality, fun, and flavor, Guy Fieri Food is the first-ever cookbook from the Food Network superstar, host of NBC’s popular game show “Minute to Win It,” and #1 New York Times bestselling author of Diners, Drive-ins & Dives and More Diners, Drive-ins & Dives. Filled with more than 150 original recipes, gorgeous full-color photos, and loads of great cooking tips, Guy Fieri Food is an absolute must for any Fieri fan!

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In the Small Kitchen by Cara Eisenpress and Phoebe Lapine
The creators of the food blog, share their kitchen prowess and tasty tips with In the Small Kitchen: 100 Recipes from Our Year of Cooking in the Real World, which is filled with resourceful recipes for daily cooking and entertaining on a budget. More than just a guide to quarter-life cooking, this cookbook is also a wonderful ode to the people we cook and eat with, who stick with us through breakups, birthdays, and myriad kitchen disasters.

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Salad as a Meal by Patricia Wells
Salad As a Meal includes more than 150 recipes for appetizers and sides; soups and sides; vegetarian salads; fish and shellfish salads; poultry salads; meat salads; the classics; pasta and grain salads; potatoes; platter salads; eggs, cheese, and friends; breads; the pantry; and dressings.

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Southern Plate by Christy JordanSouthern Plate by Christy Jordan
The creator of serves up a collection of delicious recipes for “classic comfort foods that makes everyone feel like family.” Featuring scrumptious dishes passed down for generations through Jordan’s family, Southern Plate highlights the very best in southern cooking.

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Food Network Star: The Official Insider’s Guide to America’s Hottest Food Show by Ian Jackman
An all-access, behind-the-scenes pass to Food Network’s highest rated series ever—where intense tests of talent and exciting guest stars steer a handful of finalists towards the ultimate dream job: his or her own Food Network show.

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The Pioneer Woman Cooks by Ree Drummond
Paula Deen meets Erma Bombeck in The Pioneer Woman Cooks, Ree Drummond’s spirited, homespun cookbook. Drummond colorfully traces her transition from city life to ranch wife through recipes, photos, and pithy commentary based on her popular, award-winning blog

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  2. Nhana says:

    Just clean the fish and add lime, lime will help kill bacteria you don’t want, and it ttseas good by the way, be careful because lime and other natural sour fruits can act as a natural laxative, especially when mixed with peppers.I have not used salmon and don’t think I ever would. It is just to fishy for larp in my opinion, but you may like it. If I had to use it, I would cook the salmon and add a lot of lime, herbs, and roasted rice powder. Safest bet is to stick with chicken, you may scare off your guests with raw fish in a foreign dish other than sushi introduce different dishes little by little so its not so outrageous for people that aren’t used to different ethnic food.If you are in Luang Prabang, and you are eating raw fish, try to avoid getting anything from the side of the road where they sell food. Most likely it has been sitting there all day. I would tell them you want fresh catch and pick out a fish. Most of the times the food sits there until people come around which is not too often. Try going to a busier place or a place by the water so it is more likely to be fresh. Remember, the people there are used to the food and can stomach it way more, they are used to bacteria so even if it is unsanitary, they can handle it because their stomach is used to it and immune and have strong stomachs it is not the same case with foreigners.

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