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I love to eat beans, there are ways to cook beans that I never thought of. I am ready to test out a lot of of these recipes. I would recommend this book!
This book is so entertaining you can not place it down once you pick it up!! The writing is witty and exquisitely delivered. I have been completely inspired to add beans into my every day diet for the rest of my life!
Unbelievable bean recipes with a lot of variations not seen in a "run of the mill" cookbook. I ordered this book because I liked what reviewers had to say and wanted to test some fresh bean recipes. I did cartwheels when I saw who the author was - Crescent Dragonwagon - whose cookbooks are among my favorites! There are a huge number of "new" to me recipes, from appetizers to desserts and so far we have enjoyed each and every one.
I've been going through a beans-and-grains phase for the past few months. Soaking, cooking, and freezing are beautiful much part of my routine - but I tend to obtain into a rut in terms of recipes, once I search something I like, is simple to create in a beautiful huge quantity, and my family will eat. So we eat a lot of mjaddarah (with rice or bulgur) and bean/vegetable soups, or cold salads with beans and greens. I tend to flavor cooked beans with cumin/coriander, chilis, and items like that, and cold beans with coarse salt, a lot of lemon, and olive oil, as well as either new parsley, coriander, or mint. It's just the method I roll.I ordered this book hoping to learn something about beans and to obtain some inspiration for fresh ways of cooking beans, and I search it to be a really successful book. So far I've tried quite a few of the recipes, and all of them have been just excellent. as a beautiful experienced home cook, I know how to read a recipe and to adjust the quantities and seasonings in order to suit our tastes, but the first time around, I usually create the recipe as it's given. The recipes in this book are simple to follow, they mostly include ingredients that one can obtain easily enough, and they turn out great. Also, the author gives a lot of variations without overwhelming the reader. In most cases, it's simple to vegetarianize or veganize the few meatist recipes according to one's habits, and I guess that omnivores can also figure out how to add bacon if they're in the mood. Incidentally, I am so satisfied this book focuses on easy true foods and not on highly processed faux-meat - that's one of the things that tend to be a huge turn off in some famous vegan cookbooks. I plan to create my method through more recipes in the near e author's writing is a pleasure to read - it's private and funny, on the one hand, but it's never irritating, cute, or over the top. It's very knowledgable, but without being dry or didactic. To use Holden Caulfield's test, the author is someone you'd probably like to chat with on the phone (or over a coffee/tea/beer/glass of wine).I would really recommend this book to anyone looking to obtain more beans and grains into their diet or to someone who is vegetarian/vegan and is not interested in basing their nutrition on french fries and pasta or on expensive processed foods. The amazing thing about beans is that they're cheap, healthy, and tasty - and Crescent Dragonwagon's unbelievable book will go a long method in making them accessible to home cooks.
i bought this over a year ago and did not start to use the book until this month. As a vegan, I search the recipes without meat products wonderful, simple to use. I have recommended this book on Fb to my huge vegan mate list. Want I had begun using beans earlier but am now committed and this book will be my go to book for amazing recipes.
I must say, I am in love with this cookbook. Usually a cookbook without pictures would be a turn off, but let's face it, some bean dishes just aren't very photogenic. My entire family (picky toddler included) love the dishes from this cookbook. Syrian Style Red Lentil Soup is the fresh family favorite food around here. There is such a large range of recipes in this cookbook, too. I love the deconstructed nachos (featuring homemade refried beans). My husband loves the minestrone. I recommend this cookbook to everyone I see. It is fabulous!
I've tried several recipes from the book, and so far I've liked them all. I also have fun the history lesson and anectdotes given with the recipes. Pictures of the recipes would be nice, but aren't included in the book. However, I bought this book in Kindle Fire format, and I will never buy another cookbook in this format. There are references to pages with links, and the links don't work. So you have to scroll through page-by-page to search the recipe you want. If you obtain a link that "works", it works by sending you to some random page - not the page you were trying to access. But you're probably within 6 to 10 pages, so you're closer? I guess?The rating is for the recipes and interesting history, not for the format. The format gets 1/2 star. And that's just because the Kindle is portable and I can set it up in the kitchen while I'm working. If you're interested, do yourself a favor and purchase the physical dendum to my review (10/27/12): The links within the text don't appear to work reliably, however, the links from the Index work perfectly. Also, I've had a possibility to test more recipes since my initial review, and they've all been winners. As a note, if you use unflavored gelatin in the Lime Tofu Custard recipe, it takes 1-1/2 - 2 packets and needs a small longer to set. I went overboard with the gelatin, and ended up with Lime Tofu Jello. It still tasted good, however!
Recipes are nice but we only tried a few of them. Incorporating more beans in our healthy diet but a lot of the recipes are the same except for just one or two ingredients.
**Ponderous, meandering epic with a few bright spots.** This movie is about a soldiers quest to search a renegade and insane Colonel (a bald Brando in an extended cameo) who has hidden himself away in the depths of the jungle and is causing all manner of commotion. Quite what it was - I can't remember, but it _was_ necessary enough to go down stream in find of him. Sheen's hero decides to head down river with his fellow soldiers and seek out the bald lunatic before its too late. Robert Duvall is hilarious as a battle immune soldier - especially when a shell explodes near him and he merely gives it a disinterested glance. Amusing! On the whole, though, this is a ponderous trip - the movie seems to meander aimlessly with small to hold this viewer interested. - Ian Beale
I think a lot of people who think this movie is a classic are deranged, the only memorable stage in the movie is when they drop exploding napalm and the guy in the hat says "I love the smell of napalm in the morning", the rest of the movie is a completely boring bombshell and it's like the movie was high on drugs as there's this one part where people are butchering a cow in the most grotesque method possible... not good cow, now I'm offended by this film. This movie is just weird, the characters are not memorable at all not even Marlon Brando's character, the story is non-existent and the ending just sucks. Overall this movie is absolutely not good and I don't care what others think, I did not have fun this movie at all.
Note-perfect direction, pacing, script and performances create this one of the eeriest, creepiest and special horror movies I have ever seen, and from Roeg's very powerful run of films. Perhaps the finest 'reveal' of all time, in fact. In short, a 'must-see' film, and if you have fun beautifully-shot psychological horror, it's definitely worth a purchase in the finest quality print available, and re-watches...hopefully once every Halloween season, in fact.
I honestly had a amazing enthusiasm towards this movie before I watched it and I really longed for a movie that would mainly offer a sinister atmosphere for the most part. I had read so a lot of amazing things about "Don't Look Now" and the plot, the areas and the characters looked compelling enough to me to give this film a possibility and be prepared to have fun an over and done masterpiece. Frankly, I am aware that most people who like this film, are probably going to think I'm terribly brainless because I was somehow disappointed by it, but I would much rather speaking my mind and giving my honest opinion. The main reason why this movie turned into a disappointment to me, was mostly the fact that there were quite a lot of scenes that worked as a sleeping pill to me. I think I have seen a decent share of horror movies that offer huge moments of silence and so-called clever symbolism and subtle info that somehow support to build a solid story. However, in "Don't Look Now", I felt a bit overwhelmed by the excessive amount of pointless sequences (and I'm beautiful sure they ARE pointless) and photos that in the end are reduced to nothing whatsoever. I felt like most of these puzzling and unsolved details, were Nicolas Roeg's method to mystify the audience with discourteous methods and filling blanks to create the film longer and by some means more "interesting" to look at. Nevertheless, opposite to what those chaotic sequences were meant to incite, I felt somehow underestimated and ripped off. This movie could have offered the same story and lots of bright symbolism, without the requirement of bombing the audience with tedious states of affair. I'm very supportive of ambiguity in horror films, when support to make a sinister atmosphere, at least. As an example, I'd probably mention Lucio Fulci, whose movies are mostly criticized by the amazing quantity of nonsensical scenes. However, in Mr. Fulci's case, I think the puzzling aspect of his films, at least contribute in a amazing deal, to develop a terrifying atmosphere. So to create it short and clear, what I condemn the most about "Don't Look Now", is its offensive and underestimating ambiguity that leads to nothing at all and simply leaves the audience doubting about their own intelligence. Too poor this movie cheats the audience with so a lot of pointless oscillations, because the story itself is not poor at all and the characters look darkly attractive enough to create a frightening horror film, like the two old sisters, for example. The areas were probably one of the most appealing elements in "Don't Look Now" and probably one of the main reasons why I agreed to watch the film until it was finished instead of just leaving it incomplete. I am not one of those horror fans who expect a huge "EUREKA!" moment during the latest mins of a film, I can guarantee that. However, I do not appreciate feeling mocked after a film is finished. I'm sure this comment will be voted as NOT useful several times by people who help this movie and think I'm just an airhead who didn't obtain it, but that's all right… I can live with that ;) (My five stars, mostly are due to the areas and a couple of eerie moments that created the whole thing endurable somehow).
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