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  • Leslie's Party Diaries

    by Leslie Byars Register

     Leslie Byars Register reveals her secrets from over 30 years of foolproof entertaining. In a delightful, witty manner, Leslie holds your hand through an entire dinner party from start to finish--from the salon blowout to the quick cycle. She includes 85 or her most loved, crowd-pleasing recipes that are doable by everyone, and more than 30 inventive party themes for all ages.

  • Fresh Cuisine Recipe Book: Sugar/Gluten Free & Vegan Recipes, to Uplift and Enhance Your Lifestyle

    by Amanda Sloan
    'Fresh Cuisine Recipe Book' was inspired by several reasons. Mostly through a change in diet for health reasons. As to do so, can be such a challenge, Amanda has created a tool to help and inspire others, needing to make these changes. The book is built on her already existing vegan/vegetarian cookbook, also after having many requests for gluten/sugar free recipes. The recipes are healthy, with a balance of ingredients and can still be as tasty, if not more so than other less healthy foods... more
  • How To Bake MORE Bread

    by Michael Kalanty
    Baking with wild yeast in a centuriesold craft, but Michael’s approach is simplified and his breads are modern. The book begins with the complete process for Pain au Levain, the classic French sourdough. The other breads build on these basics and, thanks to ingenious modifications for the home and step-by-step color photographs, even cutting edge techniques like Porridge Bread are easy to grasp. The master formulas include breads like Apple Walnut Farmhouse, Classic Sourdough, Grits and Goat Che... more
  • What's Cooking?

    by Usha Rani Rajandran
    Offering a host of recipes good for one’s mind, body, and soul, author Usha Rani Rajandran presents What’s Cooking?, a collection of wholesome Indian recipes that use fresh produce and meats. Rajandran offers step-by-step directions to preparing some favorite Indian foods—from chicken curry, to prawn fritters, to tomato pachadi, to fish cutlets, and more. What’s Cooking? includes a guide to all of the ingredients and spices needed to get started making delicious Indian cuisine. With photos... more
  • Dining Out in Paris: What You Need to Know Before You Get to the City of Light (Revised)

    by Tom Reeves

    Dining Out in Paris provides travelers to the City of Light with the knowledge of French dining customs that they need to enter a Parisian restaurant with confidence to enjoy a fine meal and have a wonderful dining experience. The book contains four bonuses: 1) Reviews of ten top restaurants in the Latin Quarter 2) Reviews of ten top fine-food stores in or near the Latin Quarter 3) Ten tips on how to dine like a local 4) What the term “Fait Maison” means for diners seeking authentically-prepa... more


    by Sydney Fry
  • Leo Tolstoy: A Vegetarian's Tale: Tolstoy's Family Vegetarian Recipes Adapted For The Modern Kitchen.

    by S. Pavlenko
    Learn the recipes of one of history’s most famous writers and vegetarians in Leo Tolstoy: A Vegetarian’s Tale . Featuring the writer’s original recipes as interpreted by renowned modern-day chef, this book is guaranteed to provide you with some of the best-tasting meat-free meals you’ve ever cooked! Leo Tolstoy was a trendsetter. He was one of the most important and prolific writers of his time—his novels, like Anna Karenina and War and Peace , are still being taught in schools and adapted f... more
  • Superior Plates & Places, Culinary Adventures of the Yooper Goddess

    by Lori Kulju
    The Yooper Goddess has brought her love for cooking and the Upper Peninsula to thousands via her You Tube chael and on WLUC TV6 Morning News Show. Now you can read about her culinary adventures as she travels across the Upper Peninsula of Michigan with her business partner, eating, drinking, cooking and laughing. The book contains restaurant critiques, recipes and her unique view of life.
  • Salmon: From Market to Plate when you want to eat salmon that is good for you and the oceans

    by Maureen C. Berry
    Discover how you can be a sustainable salmon steward in your kitchen with Salmon From Market To Plate. Featuring approachable yet informed narrative, buying and cooking tips, Everyday Recipes and Chef-Inspired Recipes. Create your sustainable kitchen and become a conscientious cook with this quintessential quick guide cookbook.
  • What Shall I Bring?

    by Wade Meyer
    My book features easy-to-make party treats that answer the inevitable question asked upon being invited to an event. It is written in an entertaining, light-hearted style. Most recipes include comments from pseudo-antagonist and culinary expert, Cathy.
  • Radical Mycology

    by Peter McCoy
    Interwoven with insights into the incredible traits of fungi, Radial Mycology begins with chapters that explore the uniqueness of fungal biology, the critical ecological roles of micro and macro fungi, how to safely identify mushrooms, the value of lichens as medicines and indicators of environmental quality, and the significant influences that fungi have held on the evolution of human cultures. With this foundation laid, the reader is then equipped to work with the fungi directly. Techniques fo... more
  • Real Food Is Real Good

    by Patrice Smith
  • Fresh Tastes from A Well-Seasoned Kitchen

    by Lee Clayton Roper
    Award-winning cookbook author Lee Clayton Roper presents Fresh Tastes, the follow-up to her critically acclaimed A Well-Seasoned Kitchen. Lee has gathered a unique collection of recipes that showcase how fresh ingredients and new ideas can be combined to deliver extraordinarily flavorful dishes guaranteed to please all palates. Fans of A Well-Seasoned Kitchen will recall that Lee’s first cookbook was inspired by her mother Sally Clayton’s love of cooking and entertaining. Her second volume, ... more
  • Love & Recipes

    by Bethany Lopez
    Bethany Lopez has loved writing for as long as she can remember, but her love of cooking came a little bit later in life. In Love & Recipes, she combines the two into one fun cookbook. With recipes ranging from easy to difficult, she’s incorporated dishes for every home cook. And, because each dish comes from the pages of her fiction novels, each recipe references back to the book and/or character from which the dish derived. Whether making a quick dinner for two, or looking for that perfect dis... more
  • Slim Man Cooks

    by Slim Man
    Slim Man--singer, writer, cook, jolly good fellow--has created the world's first serenading cookbook. It features 52 ravishing recipes, 52 stellar stories, 16 Slim Man songs, and links to more than 40 cooking videos. The dishes are delectable and imaginative, the stories are amusing and intriguing, and the music is... "A near-perfect example of how jazz and soul can be combined as pop." JD Considine Rolling Stone