The Resource Bean by bean, Crescent Dragonwagon

Bean by bean, Crescent Dragonwagon

Label
Bean by bean
Title
Bean by bean
Statement of responsibility
Crescent Dragonwagon
Title variation
Bean by bean
Title variation remainder
a cookbook
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
A collection of over 175 recipes for beans including sweet beans, cool beans, and dried beans
Cataloging source
UKMGB
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Dragonwagon, Crescent
Dewey number
641.6/565
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
TX803.B4
LC item number
D73 2011
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Cooking (Beans)
  • Beans
Label
Bean by bean, Crescent Dragonwagon
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • "More than 175 recipes for fresh beans, dried beans, cool beans, hot beans, savory beans, even sweet beans!"--Cover
  • Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Leguminous Starters
  • Small plates and sumptuous bowls beckon nibblers, grazers, and feasters alike. From rich dips like Newly Minted Puree of Fresh Favas (page 43) and the exotic Marrakech Melange (page 36), to surprising party munchies like Gotcha-Hotcha Sweet-Smoky Cocktail Peanuts (page 28), these satisfying starters are the pillars of any appetizer spread.
  • Chapter 3
  • Soulful Simmer
  • 51
  • Soups for Spirit and Substance
  • Explore the globe with bean soup, the very potage our ancestors-even the biblical Jacob and Esau-made for thousands of years. Ladle up the flavors of the Middle East with Syrian Zucchini-Chickpea Soup (page 61), then journey to Kilimanjaro for Tanzanian Black-Eyed Pea & Coconut Soup (page 72). Nourish and soothe with Noodled Japanese Broth with Tofu & Bean Threads (page 79); turn up the heat with India's Kerala-Style Dahl (page 85); and trace the bean's journey through Europe with belly-filling Pasta e Fagioli (page 96) and garlicky Caldo Verde (page 102). End in the New World on a high note: rich, golden, avocado-and-egg flourished Fanesca.
  • Chapter 4
  • Cool Beans
  • 127
  • Chapter 1
  • Salads for Every Season
  • Crunchy or tender, hearty or light-here, green beans and dried beans dance together and apart. The cool bean takes many forms, from sprightly starter salads-Sugar Snap Pea, Orange & Spinach Salad with Citrus-Mint Vinaigrette (page 134)-all the way to full-meal salads, like Dragon-Style Dan-Dan Noodles with Baked Tofu, Bean Sprouts & Crisp Vegetables (page 147).
  • Chapter 5
  • Chili Weather
  • 157
  • Chili spans the color spectrum: from Brown Bean Chili with Sweet Potatoes (page 180) to White Chili with White Beans, Poblanos & Hominy (page 182). You'll find chili variations from all cardinal directions, and, of course, their go-to go-withs: cornbreads, fixins, even salsas.
  • Chapter 6
  • Superior Stews, Companionable Curries
  • 185
  • Plot thickens, or, rather, the soup does, enticing us into the realm of luscious curries and satisfying stews. Whatever you choose to call them, these hearty bowlfuls-like Dorothy Read's Yellow-Eye Beans Redux (page 190) and Mellow Coconut-Tempeh Curry with Spinach, Zucchini & Sweet Potatoes (page 206)-will surprise, tempt, and sustain you.
  • Bean Basics
  • Chapter 7
  • Bountiful Bean Bakes, Comforting Casseroles
  • 213
  • Bubbling and beckoning, these oven-baked beauties are truly hot items. Old-Fashioned, Down-Home All-Day Baked Beans (page 216) with Steamed Boston Brown Bread (page 219) and Vegetarian Cassoulet (page 234). Baked Beans Brazilian with Olives & Cheese (page 230), several methods for oven-baked tofu, and Summer Garden Potpie with Cheese-Herb Drop Biscuits (page 240). All are served up golden-brown and piping hot.
  • Chapter 8
  • Home on the Range
  • 251
  • Simpatico Skillets and Stir-Fries
  • Stovetop beans are one-pot wonders: They can be both contemplative, slow-cooked simmers and quick-fire weeknight dinners. You'll discover falafel, both Traditional (page 260) and Neo-Traditional (page 264); the so easy and so good CD's Beans & Greens Pasta with Lemon, Garlic & Chile (page 273); and nearly infinite variations on the stir-fry. There's even Socca (page 277)-addictive chickpea flatbread-to soak up any leftover skillet sauce.
  • Chapter 9
  • 1
  • Beans and Grains
  • 299
  • Earthy Soul Mates
  • It's a perfect marriage: Beans and grains complete each other in traditional dishes like Mjeddrah (page 301), Dragon-style Dancin' John (page 312), and two-styles of Red Beans & Rice (pages 306 and 308). And they delight in imaginative'-bean-grain two-steps like Maya's Magic Black Beans with Eggplant & Royal Rice (page 314). All are heavenly matches made on earth.
  • Chapter 10
  • Sweet Beans
  • 319
  • In Which Legumes Dessert You
  • Let's champion the versatility of the legume! Julie's Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies (page 322) are sure to satisfy your sweet tooth. So, too, will the tart Lime Tofu Mousse-Custard (page 330) and the luscious spiced navy bean custard that fills "Don't Hurt Yourself Bean Pie (page 327). And of course, this dessert chapter wouldn't be worth a hill of beans without Red Bean Ice Cream (page 339)-a delicious ending to our leguminous journey.
  • A, B(ean), Cs
  • A primer for all things bean. Everything you've ever wondered about selecting, preparing, cooking, and storing dried beans, fresh beans, shell beans, canned beans, and dehydrated beans-including, yes, a revolutionary method for making beans more belly friendly.
  • Chapter 2
  • Hummus, Where the Heart Is
  • 23
Control code
ocn768071964
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xiv, 370 pages
Isbn
9780761132417
Lccn
2012360998
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
641.6565 D787 ; XX-N ; [P18BP834, #2, 4@17.95, LAP/ ]
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o768071964
  • (Sirsi) o768071964
  • (OCoLC)768071964
Label
Bean by bean, Crescent Dragonwagon
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • "More than 175 recipes for fresh beans, dried beans, cool beans, hot beans, savory beans, even sweet beans!"--Cover
  • Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Leguminous Starters
  • Small plates and sumptuous bowls beckon nibblers, grazers, and feasters alike. From rich dips like Newly Minted Puree of Fresh Favas (page 43) and the exotic Marrakech Melange (page 36), to surprising party munchies like Gotcha-Hotcha Sweet-Smoky Cocktail Peanuts (page 28), these satisfying starters are the pillars of any appetizer spread.
  • Chapter 3
  • Soulful Simmer
  • 51
  • Soups for Spirit and Substance
  • Explore the globe with bean soup, the very potage our ancestors-even the biblical Jacob and Esau-made for thousands of years. Ladle up the flavors of the Middle East with Syrian Zucchini-Chickpea Soup (page 61), then journey to Kilimanjaro for Tanzanian Black-Eyed Pea & Coconut Soup (page 72). Nourish and soothe with Noodled Japanese Broth with Tofu & Bean Threads (page 79); turn up the heat with India's Kerala-Style Dahl (page 85); and trace the bean's journey through Europe with belly-filling Pasta e Fagioli (page 96) and garlicky Caldo Verde (page 102). End in the New World on a high note: rich, golden, avocado-and-egg flourished Fanesca.
  • Chapter 4
  • Cool Beans
  • 127
  • Chapter 1
  • Salads for Every Season
  • Crunchy or tender, hearty or light-here, green beans and dried beans dance together and apart. The cool bean takes many forms, from sprightly starter salads-Sugar Snap Pea, Orange & Spinach Salad with Citrus-Mint Vinaigrette (page 134)-all the way to full-meal salads, like Dragon-Style Dan-Dan Noodles with Baked Tofu, Bean Sprouts & Crisp Vegetables (page 147).
  • Chapter 5
  • Chili Weather
  • 157
  • Chili spans the color spectrum: from Brown Bean Chili with Sweet Potatoes (page 180) to White Chili with White Beans, Poblanos & Hominy (page 182). You'll find chili variations from all cardinal directions, and, of course, their go-to go-withs: cornbreads, fixins, even salsas.
  • Chapter 6
  • Superior Stews, Companionable Curries
  • 185
  • Plot thickens, or, rather, the soup does, enticing us into the realm of luscious curries and satisfying stews. Whatever you choose to call them, these hearty bowlfuls-like Dorothy Read's Yellow-Eye Beans Redux (page 190) and Mellow Coconut-Tempeh Curry with Spinach, Zucchini & Sweet Potatoes (page 206)-will surprise, tempt, and sustain you.
  • Bean Basics
  • Chapter 7
  • Bountiful Bean Bakes, Comforting Casseroles
  • 213
  • Bubbling and beckoning, these oven-baked beauties are truly hot items. Old-Fashioned, Down-Home All-Day Baked Beans (page 216) with Steamed Boston Brown Bread (page 219) and Vegetarian Cassoulet (page 234). Baked Beans Brazilian with Olives & Cheese (page 230), several methods for oven-baked tofu, and Summer Garden Potpie with Cheese-Herb Drop Biscuits (page 240). All are served up golden-brown and piping hot.
  • Chapter 8
  • Home on the Range
  • 251
  • Simpatico Skillets and Stir-Fries
  • Stovetop beans are one-pot wonders: They can be both contemplative, slow-cooked simmers and quick-fire weeknight dinners. You'll discover falafel, both Traditional (page 260) and Neo-Traditional (page 264); the so easy and so good CD's Beans & Greens Pasta with Lemon, Garlic & Chile (page 273); and nearly infinite variations on the stir-fry. There's even Socca (page 277)-addictive chickpea flatbread-to soak up any leftover skillet sauce.
  • Chapter 9
  • 1
  • Beans and Grains
  • 299
  • Earthy Soul Mates
  • It's a perfect marriage: Beans and grains complete each other in traditional dishes like Mjeddrah (page 301), Dragon-style Dancin' John (page 312), and two-styles of Red Beans & Rice (pages 306 and 308). And they delight in imaginative'-bean-grain two-steps like Maya's Magic Black Beans with Eggplant & Royal Rice (page 314). All are heavenly matches made on earth.
  • Chapter 10
  • Sweet Beans
  • 319
  • In Which Legumes Dessert You
  • Let's champion the versatility of the legume! Julie's Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies (page 322) are sure to satisfy your sweet tooth. So, too, will the tart Lime Tofu Mousse-Custard (page 330) and the luscious spiced navy bean custard that fills "Don't Hurt Yourself Bean Pie (page 327). And of course, this dessert chapter wouldn't be worth a hill of beans without Red Bean Ice Cream (page 339)-a delicious ending to our leguminous journey.
  • A, B(ean), Cs
  • A primer for all things bean. Everything you've ever wondered about selecting, preparing, cooking, and storing dried beans, fresh beans, shell beans, canned beans, and dehydrated beans-including, yes, a revolutionary method for making beans more belly friendly.
  • Chapter 2
  • Hummus, Where the Heart Is
  • 23
Control code
ocn768071964
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xiv, 370 pages
Isbn
9780761132417
Lccn
2012360998
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
641.6565 D787 ; XX-N ; [P18BP834, #2, 4@17.95, LAP/ ]
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o768071964
  • (Sirsi) o768071964
  • (OCoLC)768071964

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