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by Peter RosemanIn his narrative cookbook Sandwich'd: My Life Between the Breads, Peter Roseman takes readers on a hilarious ride through his 25 year-long-career in the food business. It’s an engaging story of how Peter found true happiness “buried somewhere in between two slices of bread”. Replete with stories, revelations, lessons and recipes all “sandwiched” in between the covers, Sandwich'd illustrates why this classic American lunch favorite is much more than the sum of its parts, especially to an accompl... more
by Sara ChadwickTummy Revolution 21: Gut Health Made Simple, offers a practical and realistic guide to better gut health, designed to fit around busy lifestyles. The easy-to-follow 3-step guide navigates you towards life changing health improvements and a better you.
by Cristine EastinFeast on twenty recipes inspired by the Highland romance novel "Love Inherited." This companion cookbook spans the meals of a Highlander’s day from breakfast to a drink by the fire. But more than serving up food, the author folds in tidbits to place dishes in context of the story and the Scottish culture. Beginning with humble porridge, there are soups to warm the tummy, a hearty stew, main dish pies, and chicken drenched in liqueur. Vegetables, bread, oatcakes, delectable desserts, and a centur... more
by Jamie Sparks
Cooking for Conservation is part cookbook, part travelogue, part detailed account of the challenges of conservation in the African bush. Jamie Sparks's beautiful new book on her experiences and time in the canvas kitchen at Camp Nomade in Tchad's Zakouma National Park takes the reader on an evocative journey into the heart of Africa, its people, flavors and incredible wildlife.
The book will be a beautiful cookbook/coffee table book filled with spectacular images of Zakouma Nati... more
by Ellen A. AbdulmuminovWhile Tajikistan is the smallest of the former Central Asian Soviet counties, it is a rapidly globalizing nation undergoing a rich cultural and national renaissance. More than a cookbook, Taste of Sarband is a collection of anecdotes, memories, cultural lessons, and musings on what food means to Tajiks, both personally and culturally. This cookbook contains recipes encompassing building blocks and seasoning, breads, breakfast dishes, side dishes, main meals, drinks, and deserts. It also conta... more
by Alicia MaherIn Delicious El Salvador: 75 Authentic Recipes For Traditional Salvadoran Cooking, Alicia Maher shares the secrets to authentic Salvadoran food. From iconic dishes like pupusas, quesadilla, Christmas turkey and torrejas, to everyday dishes like meat stew, chicken soup, shrimps with garlic, rice, re-fried beans, pork chops with onions, green beans and eggs, summer squash in a cream sauce, vanilla custard… your family and friends will love these dishes. With 224 pages and over 90 photos, full col... more
by Jim LaughrenWould you like to know more about wine without wading through all the elitist attitude and confusing terminology? Let award-winning wine writer Jim Laughren, CWE, take you on a very cool tour through the heart of wine country. Enjoying this fun-to-read, surprisingly informative book is like spending the afternoon with a knowledgeable friend sharing his insights and clearing up the mysteries of wine. Halfway between a paean to wine appreciation and an ode to incorporating the joys of wine into o... more
Healthy Comforts: A Collection of over 150 Recipes that are free from Gluten, Dairy, Grains, Soy and Refined Sugarby Lena Ferrara, Melinda Rapallo-Ferrara
Healthy Comforts is an essential resource of recipes that are free from grains, gluten, dairy, soy and refined sugar. This cookbook has come to fruition as a result of our own health issues but didn’t want to feel deprived. We hope that you find inspiration in our recipes and alternatives to your comfort foods which are easy to make, full of flavour and kid-approved. Our collection of recipes demonstrates that you CAN have your cake and eat it too!
by AMY GODIWALLAWhat a Good Eater! is a baby and toddler cookbook filled with wholesome, family-friendly recipes designed to promote a well-rounded eater right from the get-go. It is written by two moms who believe that introducing flavorful foods using herbs and spices and exposing children to a variety of colors, flavors, and textures while they are young encourages openness, minimizes picky-eating habits, and sets the stage—and table—for positive future family meal experiences. Created with the careful gu... more
In Don's Montana Kitchen: Gluten-Free and Dairy-Free Gourmet Cooking from the Edge of the Wildernessby Don DoigThis book presents innovative approaches to gluten-free and dairy-free gourmet cooking. If food and cooking have long been important in your life, it can be a daunting task to cook tasty, interesting food when you can no longer eat many of the mainstays of modern or classic French cooking, which involve gluten and dairy. It was for me. The trick has been to come up with gluten-free, dairy-free food which is also interesting and delicious. Many of the recipes also incorporate oriental influenc... more
by Kurt TimmermeisterFarm Food invites you to follow Kurt Timmermeister, through six months of life on his Vashon Island dairy farm. Food is about place and most of the meals set on Kurt s table are the truest sort of local, harvested from his thirteen acres of pasture, orchards, and greenhouses. They respond to the season, the occasion, the company, and the cook s mood. Through essays paired with recipes, Kurt opens a window into life on a small farm. As fall shades into winter, share the satisfaction and hard work... more
by Kurt TimmermeisterIn this installment of Farm Food, Kurt Timmermeister introduces you to the delights of spring and summer on his farm. As the days grow longer and brighter on temperate Vashon Island outside Seattle, seedlings sprout and trees fill in their summer foliage. Kurt revels in the bounty of spring and summer, bringing in harvests of everything from the baffling, mysterious cardoon; the underappreciated walnut; and the humble, prolific sauce tomato. Warm weather should be celebrated with luxurious meats... more
THE WASTE-WISE KITCHEN COMPANION Hundreds of Practical Tips for Repairing, Reusing, and Repurposing Food: How to Eat Better, Savby Jean B. MacLeodWaste not, want not with this easy-to-use food-conservation handbook filled with hundreds of simple, valuable tips for repurposing leftovers, extending shelf life, and repairing recipes gone wrong.
by Sherry Villanueva
The Lark pays homage to the history of California train travel and the maritime industrial past of its neighborhood. Located in a historic warehouse built in the 1920s in Santa Barbara's burgeoning arts district affectionately called the Funk Zone, The Lark successfully unifies the romantic history of the industrial past with the high expectations of today's discerning guest using discovered vintage objects and blending them with modern, urban materials.
With an imaginative yet ... more