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  • Vegan Serendib: Recipes from Sri Lanka

    by Mary Anne Mohanraj
    In Vegan Serendib, novelist and post-colonial academic Mary Anne Mohanraj introduces her mother's cooking and her own American adaptations, providing an introduction to Sri Lankan American vegan cooking that is straightforward enough for a beginner, yet nuanced enough to capture the unique flavors of Sri Lankan cuisine.
  • Pot Luck: Random Acts of Cooking

    by Tinky Weisblat
    A POT LUCK IS A MEAL for which disparate people provide a variety of elements. Somehow, author Tinky Weisblat maintains, those elements always seem to come together to create a unique, delicious feast. Her new book is her own pot luck, a collection of recipes, stories, and historical essays that tickle her fancy. Some of the recipes are new; some she has been preparing for years. All are reasonably easy to make. The book celebrates seasonal foods and holidays that give Americans an excuse to ... more
  • Tastes Better From Scratch Cookbook

    by Lauren Allen
    In this essential cookbook for everyday use, you'll find delicious, time-tested recipes for every meal of the day, including the most popular recipes from the TBFS blog, several brand new creations, and old classics that will make this book your new go-to! The recipes are refreshingly approachable and use basic wholesome ingredients for cooks of any skill level. You'll also find practical tips for success, like make-ahead and freezing instructions, meal planning tips and video QR codes so you ca... more
  • Cooking for Two with Your Air Fryer: One Convenient Appliance, 75 Perfectly Portioned Recipes

    by Drew Maresco
    The air fryer has taken the world by storm! No doubt that by reading this, you either have one or are considering purchasing one. While some may feel the air fryer’s size isn’t large enough to do serious cooking for a family, we found that its size is perfect if you’re cooking for yourself or for two! Whether you’re single, newlyweds, or empty nesters, cooking for two (or one) doesn’t mean you have to eat the same thing for days on end.
  • Press for Champagne: A Guide to Enjoying the World's Greatest Sparkling Wine

    by Christopher Ruhland
    Press for Champagne leads you through a personal discovery of Champagne. Entertaining, informative, organized, and clear, Press for Champagne takes you on a journey through the broad array of Champagnes available to today’s drinkers. It shows you, through examples, how and why Champagnes differ and how to understand them, giving you the tools to develop your own preferences and explore further. This is a drinker’s guide to Champagne. Press for Champagne accompanies you on an adventure that will ... more
  • Through the Garden Window: A Year of Celebrations

    by Paula Morhardt
    Through the Garden Window is a 13-book series, giving you a glimpse about growing your own food and what to do with it when you do. Written by Paula Baysinger Morhardt and illustrated by Peggy McDowell, each 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: Season of Harvest is complete with authentic recipes from the author’s grandmothers’ and great-grandmother’s rec... more
  • Through the Garden Window: Season of Harvest II

    by Paula Morhardt
    Through the Garden Window is a 13-book series, giving you a glimpse about growing your own food and what to do with it when you do. Written by Paula Baysinger Morhardt and illustrated by Peggy McDowell, each 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: Season of Harvest is complete with authentic recipes from the author’s grandmothers’ and great-grandmother’s rec... more
  • I Can Make a Fruit Tart!

    by Robin Lawrence
    The recipe is simple enough for all lil’ chefs to follow along. Follow our pattern or design your own while learning the Mandarin words for a variety of fruits such as orange and kiwi. This colorful book is sure to catch your baby’s attention!
  • Can I Play with my Food?

    by Ali Manning
    Can I Play with my Food? is an early-reader picture book that explores food and science through the eyes of two sisters. Nema and Lexi let their imaginations run wild as they discover where food comes from and how a simple experiment can shape their dreams. This story shows children that playing with food can be fun, but it also highlights the importance of acceptance. While others might think a disability like Down’s Syndrome is a hindrance, Nema and Lexi show us that the ingredients of com... more
  • A Journey of Flavours

    by Hasina Knox

    7 Days of Flavour includes 17 flavourful recipes with fun facts from the world's seven largest countries and with children in their cultural clothes from their own country. Each country you visit will have two recipes of tasty and flavourful food dishes for you and your child to experience. May you and your child enjoy this time together in the kitchen by exploring the different cuisines while boosting their confidence.

  • A Year in an Off-Grid Kitchen

    by Kate Downham
    Kate Downham shares her seasonal focus on cooking and preserving from her off-grid homestead, with over 130 family friendly, real food recipes and skills to learn including cheesemaking, bacon, fermenting, canning, and more.
  • Lovesexy Cocktail Guide

    by Andre Akinyele
    LoveSexy Cocktail Guide is a boutique cocktail recipe book celebrating songs by Prince with a curated collection of 138 alluring recipes and stunning digital art illustrations. Each song inspired recipe includes details about the song, including why and how Prince created the song. This is a must-have book for fans of an incredible man who revolutionized the music industry.
  • Vegetariana

    by Nava Atlas
    Vegetariana is the revised and updated edition of the classic cookbook by Nava Atlas first published in 1984 by The Dial Press/Doubleday. Filled with literary food quotes and lore, the book is illustrated with the author's pencil drawings throughout. In this fourth edition, the recipes are now completely vegan.
  • 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

  • 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

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