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  • How to Say Cheese

    by Bee Kapitan

    How to Say Cheese, is an approachable multi-touch eBook that offers more than reference, this book is loaded with interactivity. Less fromage snob and more cheesy fun! Learn how to pronounce, store and eat unique cheeses from around the globe. How to Say Cheese, offers info on the raw milk debate, where to buy stinky and runny cheese, plus seasonal platter ideas. Scattered throughout the book are dairy animal icons, each with a hidden surprise. Readers say that after exploring this ... more

  • Mr. Fields Cookie Show

    by Diamond W Fields
    These new cookies will be release in Mr. Fields Cookie live Show. Breakfast Cookies- Buttermilk Cookies Holiday Cookies - Baked Sugar Crumbs Birthday Cookies - Sugar Cookies with Butter Brittle icing Wedding Cookies - Double Stack shortbread with buttercream
  • Eat Mesquite and More: A Cookbook for Sonoran Desert Foods and Living

    by Desert Harvesters
    This dynamic book includes over 170 recipes featuring wild, native Sonoran Desert foods, including mesquite, acorn, barrel cactus, chiltepin, desert chia, desert herbs and flowers, desert ironwood, hackberry, palo verde, prickly pear, saguaro, wolfberry, and wild greens. The recipes—contributed by desert dwellers, harvesters, chefs, and innovators—capture a spirit of adventure and reverence inviting both newcomers and seasoned experts to try new foods and experiment with new flavors. The boo... more
  • Kitchen Witch: Halloween Recipes for Kids

    by Russell Dorn
    Kitchen Witch: Halloween Recipes for Kids is the ultimate Halloween cookbook, with spooky recipes that kids and parents can enjoy together. Within are quick, how-to recipes that are easy enough for anyone to make. The recipes offer a fun activity for children. This simple cook book includes ingredient and tools requirement lists, step-by-step directions, as well as illustrations of each item, and collage pictures featuring the final product of each recipe.
  • The Joy of Gluten Free and Dairy Free Cooking

    by Meg Fish
    The Joy of Gluten Free and Dairy Free Cooking is a compilation of easy and tasty recipes that anyone can enjoy. This collection of recipes provides a delightful variety of choices for those faced with the challenge of finding gluten free and dairy free foods.
  • Mr. Fields Cookies

    by Diamond W Fields

    Mr. Fields Cookies

    By Chef Diamond W Fields

    Coming soon, Diamond Fields cookware & bakeware.

    These new cookies will be release in Mr. Fields Cookie live Tv  Show.

    (Breakfast Cookies)- Buttermilk Cookies

    (Holiday Cookies) - Baked Sugar Crumbs

    (Birthday Cookies) - Sugar Cookies with Butter Brittle icing

    (Wedding Cookies) - Double Stack shortbread with buttercream.

  • Canning Full Circle; From Garden to Jar to Table

    by Diane Devereaux
    Canning Full Circle breaks the mold of traditional canning cookbooks. Others fall short, giving only the canning process, failing to demonstrate what to do with the food once it is in a jar. The Canning Diva® teaches readers how to incorporate home canned goods into their everyday lives. Better yet, readers are given practical and delicious recipes so they may use their home canned goods in meal creation. This revolutionary cookbook will teach you how to have a well-rounded kitchen pantr... more
  • Cook + Cork

    by Harry Mills + Chris Horn
    Cook + Cork explores basic food and wine relationships, introduces the idea of the Mind Mouth, and lays out an essential Wine Wardrobe with food-friendly recipes to get you started on your way to cooking with pairing in mind. Sommelier Chris Horn gives his honest opinion and instruction on how to navigate the daunting world of wine stores and restaurant wine lists and gives you the template for what bottles to have on hand at all times. Each essential bottle is matched with a recipe written with... more
  • The Seasonal Kitchen

    by Kerry Dunnington

    The Seasonal Kitchen presents an inspiring culinary journey, where home cooking—for weekday-friendly and for entertaining—is enlivened by fresh, unique, and bold flavors. Author Kerry Dunnington’s inspired and boundary-stretching ideas extend to her many styles of cooking —from comfort food classics to season-to-season cooking and innovative recipes that include locally and globally sourced foods. From morning meals to the grand finale, from sweet to savory, <... more

  • Cooking with Adrienne: A Story of Friendship and Food (Volume 1)

    by Joan M. Harper
    A Story of Friendship and Food. Cooking with Adrienne is a cookbook and true story of a woman who became the American doyenne of French cuisine during the Seventies, Eighties and Nineties. She honed her palate on the food coming out of the kitchens of Alain Chapel, Frédy Girardet, Michel Guérard, Jean and Pierre Troisgros, Roger Vergé and others who were creating the New French Cuisine. Adrienne began cooking in Paris with Simone Beck, co-author, with Julia Child, of Mastering the Art of Fren... more
  • The Lemonade Stand Cookbook: Step-by-Step Recipes and Crafts for Kids to Make...and Sell!

    by Kathy Strahs
    Lemonade stands . . . kids have been running them for decades, whether to raise money for a new bike, for a charitable cause, or simply to conquer boredom. Inspired by dozens of kid experts from all over the country, author Kathy Strahs pours her expertise as a food writer, entrepreneur and mother of two school-aged children into the ultimate guide to setting up your own lemonade stand. Step-by-step illustrations and full-color photographs of each recipe and craft make each page easy and fun to ... more
  • Jewels of Persia: Exotic Dishes from the Ancient Land

    by sharon b-nejad
    Jewels of Persia is a colourful and vibrant cookbook that showcases 80 beautifully photographed Persian (Iranian) recipes. A background to the relatively unexplored world of Persian food and many photos of the regions of Iran are included in this 240 page book. The recipes are true to the uniquely, elegant Iranian culinary style with its flavours of saffron, dried limes, cinnamon, turmeric and rosewater. The recipes have been written with all cooking skill levels in mind and the ingredients chos... more
  • Nouel's Nifty Chic Baking

    by Nouel Omamalin
    My first baking book, "Nouel's Nifty Chic Baking - Original Baking Ideas To Impress", is an inspirational piece of artistic baking literature culminating my international experiences in various hotels around the world packed in 146 pages of recipes, images, techniques and amusing anecdotes. Mainly aimed at baking enthusiasts, seasoned bakers, and professional pastry chefs, it aims to inspire creative thinking revealing out-of-the-box ideas allowing others to express their own style and be undau... more
  • Moon Morocco (Moon Handbooks)

    by Lucas Peters
    Travel writer and Morocco resident Lucas Peters illuminates the majesty of Morocco, from the ancient streets of Fez to the nightclubs of Casablanca and beyond. Peters shares advice for climbing the winding hill into the crumbling kasbah of Tangier and wandering through the centuries-old cave dwellings in the Middle Atlas, and includes unique trip strategies for travelers of all types, such as “The Best of Morocco,” “Adrenaline Rush,” and “Eco Tour.” Complete with suggestions for a night out on t... more
  • 978-1-48358-799-8

    by Danielle Gaebel
    Natural Contents’ co-founders, Danielle and Jennifer, are self-proclaimed fast food junkies turned real food lovers. After a lifetime of conventional eating and being plagued with certain health issues, the duo (along with their two children), transformed their family’s health following a farm fresh, gluten, grain and soy free, clean lifestyle. Together, they devoted the past five years finding their place as food entrepreneurs, lifestyle bloggers and (now) cookbook creators. Out of the kitchen,... more
  • LoFrisco Family Cookbook

    by Anthony LoFrisco
    Part cookbook, part memoir, THE LOFRISCO FAMILY COOKBOOK is as much about food as it is about family. Author Anthony LoFrisco takes readers back to a time when recipes included instructions like “a handful of this,” and magnificent meals could be thrown together with whatever ingredients were in the fridge. He intersperses recipes for such Italian classics as lasagna and chicken cacciatore, with reminiscences of his childhood days in Brooklyn, where food was always the center of attention and ... more