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Food & Cooking

  • Stoves & Suitcases: Searching for Home in the World's Kitchens

    by Cynthia D. Bertelsen

    Take a girl with an iffy start in life. Mix in wanderlust and cooking. Add a dollop of yearning for home and belonging. Knead in a pinch of self-discovery. Let rise and ripen. The result is award-winning author Cynthia D. Bertelsen’s Stoves & Suitcases, a reflective saga that begins in an incubator. Where the author first discovers the world’s culinary diversity as nurses fed her sweetened-condensed milk formula. Later, cookbooks pique her wanderlust and her longing to be elsewher... more

  • Omegle

    by james jack
  • A Sweet Little Story

    by Lori Hetherington
    Cecilia and Massimo started with nothing more than their desire to have a business of their own in which they could work together and honor the traditions of the place they call home. After almost thirty years, they’ve created something that has left its mark on them and on others—both locals and visitors from far away—people who share a passion for food, personal connection, and traditions. This is their story and more than fifty of the recipes from their restaurant, Osteria La Gramola, located... more
  • Anne Marie's Family Favorite Recipes with a Caribbean Twist

    by Anne Marie Herman
    Anne Marie Family Favorite Recipes with a Caribbean Twist readers have created one of the best recipe swaps ever! Home cooks just like you share most popular dishes, and each is evaluated by cooking expert Anne Marie to ensure you it is easy to follow, tastes great and will cook up wonderfully in your kitchen.
  • Through the Garden Window - Family Memories

    by Paula Morhardt
    "This is a very original cookbook. It is part diary, part memory, and part recipe book. Occasionally, an author may include a sentence or two about where the recipe was found or how it was created, but Paula includes a short story about each of the recipes. This book is written the way home cooks talk about their recipes when they share them with a friend. The original recipes don’t include baking directions – not even the shorthand kind like “bake in a medium oven until golden brown.” The wo... more
  • So Nom Nom THE Cookbook--Vol. 1

    by Andrea Witt
    This cookbook contains 150 delicious recipes. Both Meat-lovers and vegetarians can benefit from the recipes in this book. There are plenty of types of recipes to be enjoyed by all! You can find basics like banana bread and finger gelatin, more advanced dishes like kolaches, and everything in between. Each recipe was specially formulated in order to create the most delicious version of that food. This book is perfect for any level of person who is interested in eating food full of nomnom!
  • The Swim Mom's Cookbook

    by Deena Walker Williams
    The Swim Mom's Cookbook offers recipes that cater to the high protein and complex carbohydrate driven diet, necessary for competitive swimmers of all ages and abilities.
  • Smart Sourdough: The No-Starter, No-Waste, No-Cheat, No-Fail Way to Make Naturally Fermented Bread in 24 Hours or Less with a Ho

    by Mark Shepard
    Most sourdough recipes lead you through days or even weeks of developing a starter before you can make your bread -- and then into a lifetime of maintaining that starter. But this book is based on the belief that all that rigmarole is no longer needed. With modern methods of regulating temperature, and with the easy availability of baker's yeast, honest-to-goodness naturally fermented sourdough bread can be made from start to finish in less than a day.
  • A Meal That Appeals

    by Paul Wills
    'A Meal That Appeals' is a lighthearted, rhyming children's picture book about food. It's dinner time, the kitchen is full of food and the table is set. Toys have been put away, the TV’s off and hands are clean. Now it’s a simple case of deciding what to eat. Or is it? Sometimes kids just don't want what's being offered and the reasons aren’t always clear. Can everybody keep their cool, work out what the problem is and discover a meal that appeals today?
  • Just the Two of Us Desserts

    by Sara Childs

    Fast and easy desserts portioned for two. With a little more than flour, baking powder, salt and sugar you can make a cake, pie, cookies, brownie, cobbler or a crisp in less than a few minutes. Cookies can be enjoyed in 30 seconds, puddings and curds prepared in 2-3 minutes. With a food processor, ice cream or sorbet can be served in less than 3 minutes, or make a No-Bake strawberry fool in 2 minutes. no-bake desserts, brownies and cookies, cobblers and crisps, puddings, cakes, Ice Cream, She... more

  • Seven Pots of Tea: an Ayurvedic approach to sips & nosh

    by Nandita Godbole
    Rethink Tea... Rethink Chai. Tea is the second most consumed beverage in the world, after water. Ayurveda, derived from ancient Indian texts, offers many guidelines for a holistic, health-centered lifestyle – including food and beverages. Seven Pots of Tea is the first cookbook of its kind that allows readers to explore Ayurveda through tea, and vice-versa through dozens of simple recipes. Seven Pots of Tea combines holistic wisdom and health goals an easy, accessible format to improve ... more
  • The Sweetest Therapy

    by Chase Cassine, LCSW

    The Sweetest Therapy features a series of baking recipes, mental health, fun cultural facts about New Orleans History and African American culture are blended into this compact, easy-to-read book.

  • Home Bartending

    by Vassilis - Antonis Issaris
    After the Covid 19 Pandemic outbreak in 2020 our habits, activities, routine our very way of life was put into question. In the shade of this new emerging reality, each one of us was dwelliing on wether it was possible to live the closest to the old lifestyle, without having to sacriffice who we are and thus what we do, for the sake of safety. A product of such thought, is this book which aspires to serve as a detailed guide, for the ones not willing to give up on what they love doing the most o... more
  • AMARU COOKS - A Touch Of Suriname Through Food & Anecdotes

    by AMARU .
    'AMARU COOKS - A Touch Of Suriname Through Food & Anecdotes' is an introduction to the Surinamese cuisine by recording artist and actor AMARU. From savory to sweet and much else in between, this cookbook will give you a head start in preparing your first or next Surinamese meal!
  • Journey in a Journal: A Personalized Cookbook for Your Cooking Journey

    by Lissa Turner
    This Journal is meant to act as your guide as you navigate easy and harder recipes along your cooking journey. The purpose is for you to try a recipe, make notes, and then make it better next time. Try your own twist and turns. A recipe does not need to be the same every single time. The wish is for you to go on a Journey that turns into many different paths for taste, presentation, and sharing. Add ingredients, substitute favorite flavors, or take out the ones you don't care for. Please experim... more
  • Through the Garden Window - Season of Harvest

    by Paula Morhardt
    SEASON OF HARVEST The first in a planned series, Through the Garden Window: Harvest Season gives you a glimpse of growing your own food and what to do with it when you do. Written by Paula Baysinger Morhardt and illustrated by Peggy McDowell, this book contains twelve essays on gardening, harvesting, and cooking for a year, from planning in the winter to putting the garden back to bed in the fall. Through the Garden Window: Harvest Season is complete with authentic recipes from the author’s gra... more