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- Appetites by Anthony Bourdain with Laurie Woolever --- TX714 .B64326 2016
- Anthony Bourdain is man of many appetites. And for many years, first as a chef, later as a world-traveling chronicler of food and culture on his CNN series Parts Unknown, he has made a profession of understanding the appetites of others. These days, however, if he's cooking, it's for family and friends. Appetites, his first cookbook in more than ten years, boils down forty-plus years of professional cooking and globe-trotting to a tight repertoire of personal favorites--dishes that everyone should (at least in Mr. Bourdain's opinion) know how to cook.
- The Baking Bible by Rose Levy Beranbaum --- TX765 .B466 2014
- Beranbaum displays her passion and expertise in every category of baking, bringing you all-new recipes for the best cakes, pies, tarts, cookies, candies, pastries, breads, and more. She includes special tips, troubleshooting advice, and insights on essential ingredients and equipment.
The Can't Cook Book: 100+ Recipes for the Absolutely Terrified by Jessica Seinfeld --- TX643.S455 2013
- If you find cooking scary or stressful or just boring, Jessica has a calm, confidence building approach to cooking, even for those who’ve never followed a recipe or used an oven. Jessica shows you how to prepare deliciously simple food—from Caesar salad, rice pilaf, and roasted asparagus to lemon salmon, roast chicken, and flourless fudge cake. At the beginning of each dish, she explains up front what the challenge will be, and then shows you exactly how to overcome any hurdles in easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions.
- Classic Recipes for Modern People by Max & Eli Sussman --- TX714 .S877 2014
- New York chef-brothers reimagine classic dishes from America and across the globe, making them easier, more accessible, and modern.
- Cook Korean! A Comic Book with Recipes by Robin Ha --- TX724.5.K65 H2355 2016
- A charming introduction to the basics of Korean cooking in graphic novel form, with 64 recipes, ingredient profiles, and more, presented through light-hearted comics. Playful and instructive, Cook Korean! is the intersection of cookbook and graphic novel in one easy-to-use package dedicated to this increasingly popular Asian cuisine.
- Cook's Country Eats Local: 150 Regional Recipes You Should Be Making No Matter Where You Live by the editors at America's Test Kitchen --- TX715 .C78535 2015
- Collects one hundred fifty local recipes from around the United States, from Philadelphia cheesesteaks and Utica greens to Carolina red slaw and Texas chicken-fried steak.
- The Dairy-Free & Gluten-Free Kitchen: 150 Delicious Dishes for Every Meal, Every Day by Denise Jardine --- RM234.5.J37 2012
In addition to being entirely dairy- and gluten-free, each recipe has been calibrated to reduce or eliminate the need for refined oil and sweeteners. And for those who must avoid eggs, nuts, and soy products, recipes that are free of these components are clearly labeled. So whether you’ve been diagnosed with a particular food intolerance or sensitivity, or you’re just trying to consume a less refined, more healthful diet, The Dairy-Free & Gluten-Free Kitchen has something for just about everyone!
- Date Night In: More than 120 Recipes to Nourish Your Relationship by Ashley Rodriguez --- TX652 .R645 2014
- Sweethearts, spouses, and parents Ashley and Gabe Rodriguez found themselves deep into marriage and child-rearing when they realized they were spending most of their evenings staring at their computers. Determined not to let their relationship deteriorate into that of "roommates with children," they institute a weekly date night: they sauté, roast, mix and dice and spend time reconnecting over simple but thoughtful dishes like Crostini with Ricotta, Prosciutto, and Peas, Tomato and Fennel Gazpacho with Dungeness Crab, Fennel-Crusted Lamb Chops, and Dulce de Leche and Nectarine Creamsicles (sometimes even with an expertly chilled cocktail). Just carving out time to talk, cook, and eat together became the marriage-booster they needed, and now with Date Night In she invites you to make date night an integral part of your week and shows you how to woo your partner all over again with food, drink, and conversation.
- Date with a Dish: Classic African American Recipes by Freda DeKnight --- TX715.D326 2014
An outstanding feast of distinctively American culinary genius, this comprehensive collection of authentic African-American recipes was assembled by a well-known cooking columnist for Ebony magazine. Freda DeKnight was baking bread and biscuits by the time she was five years old. In the course of her career as a teacher and counselor of culinary arts, she assembled and shared thousands of fabulous recipes, the best of which appear here.
- Dinner Made Simple: 35 Everyday Ingredients, 350 Easy Recipes by the editors of Real Simple --- TX833.5 .D5454 2016
- Organized from avocados to zucchini, Dinner Made Simple is filled with smart, quick recipes-many taking 30 minutes or less to make-that will show home cooks how 35 readily available ingredients can be spun into 350 meals fit for any day of the week.
- Eat Drink Paleo Cookbook: Over 110 Paleo-Inspired Recipes for Everyone by Irena Macri --- TX741 .M33 2016
- The popular paleo diet involves eating more leafy greens, fruits, meats, and fish, while eschewing processed foods and dairy. Sounds healthy, right? And strict! Popular blogger Irena Macri follows the diet 80 percent of the time, allowing room for the occasional dessert or drink. The result? She looks and feels great, but not deprived. More than 100 recipes, beautiful photographs of colorful creative dishes, and can-do messages from Irena make Eat, Drink, Paleo Cookbook a book that appeals to cooks who want to embrace a healthier diet ... most of the time.
- Eat It Up! 150 Recipes to Use Every Bit and Enjoy Every Bite of the Food You Buy by Sherri Brooks Vinton --- TX357 .V55 2016
- Don't toss those leftovers or pitch your beet greens. Eat it up! Sherri Brooks Vinton helps you make the most of out the food you bring home. These 150 delicious recipes mine the treasure in your kitchen--the fronds from your carrots, leaves from your cauliflower, bones from Sunday's roast, even the last lick of jam in the jar are put to good, tasty use,
- Food 52 Vegan: 60 Vegetable-Driven Recipes for Any Kitchen by Gena Hamshaw --- TX837 .H32 2015
- An essential collection of hassle-free, vibrant vegan recipes, from the author behind Food52's wildly popular The New Veganism and Vegan Lunch columns.
- The Food Lab: Better Home Cooking Through Science by J. Kenji López-Alt --- TX651 .L526 2015
- As Serious Eats's culinary nerd-in-residence, J. Kenji López-Alt has pondered how to pan-fry a steak with a charred crust and an interior that's perfectly medium-rare from edge to edge when you cut into it and more. In this book, Kenji focuses on the science behind beloved American dishes, delving into the interactions between heat, energy, and molecules that create great food. Kenji shows that often, conventional methods don't work that well, and home cooks can achieve far better results using new—but simple—techniques.
- Herbs & Spices by Jill Norman --- TX406 .N679 2015
- Herbs & Spices is the essential cook's companion, now redesigned and updated with all new recipes. A classic reference, the best-selling Herbs & Spices is a trusted resource in the kitchen, with more than 200 unique herbs and spices from around the world showcased alongside gorgeous, full-color photography, flavor notes, and pairings. This new, updated edition includes the newest herbs, spices, and flavorings influencing global cuisine today, plus more than 180 recipes for main dishes, marinades, pastas, pickles, and sauces. Part spice cookbook, part kitchen encyclopedia, Herbs & Spices offers handy seasoning how-tos.
- The Illustrated Kitchen Bible, edited by Victoria Blashford-Snell --- TX725.A1 I34 2016
- A comprehensive kitchen resource of over 1,000 delicious, achievable, and international recipes, with sumptuous photography, precise text, and innovative ideas, now with a refreshed new look.
- Mark Bittman's Kitchen Matrix: More Than 700 Simple Recipes and Techniques to Mix and Match for Endless Possibilities by
Mark Bittman --- TX714 .B573226 2015
- Bestselling author Mark Bittman anthologizes his popular Matrix series in a boldly graphic new cookbook that emphasizes creativity, improvisation, and simplicity as the keys to varied cooking. Mark Bittman's Kitchen Matrix is a collection of Bittman's Matrix pieces, the most popular feature of his "Eat" column for the New York Times Magazine. Each matrix presents one ingredient or technique served up 12 ways, showing how a simple alteration of a basic recipe can yield wildly different results.
- Mario Batali Big American Cookbook: 250 Favorite Recipes from across the USA by Mario Batali --- TX715 .B34359 2016
- More than three years in the making, with Batali searching for truly delicious dishes from all corners of the US, this definitive cookbook features the best America has to offer. Celebrating the treasures of state fairs, dishes from local rotary clubs, and special meals passed down through immigrant families who settled in different areas of the country, Batali interprets these regional gems with the same excitement and passion that he has approached traditional Italian food. Covering the Northeast and New England, Mid-Atlantic, Deep South, Gulf Coast, Great Lakes, Heartland, Southwest, and Pacific Coast, this book shares America's culinary bounty: from the BBQ styles of Texas, Kansas City, Memphis, and the Carolinas; to the seafood soups and stews of New England; to the spicy gumbos of the Gulf Coast; and the rich berry pies of the Pacific Northwest. All the recipes are simple and easy to follow, from Philly Cheesesteak to Key Lime Pie. While Batali shares time-honored recipes, he also suggests additional ingredients or preparations for many of these traditional dishes to take the flavor up a level. Entertaining riffs on each region's culinary heritage round out this wide-ranging American food bible.
- Rise & Shine: Better Breakfasts for Busy Mornings by Katie Sullivan Morford --- TX733 .M667 2016
- Rise and Shine is the answer for every parent who has struggled to get breakfast on the table and to get their child to actually eat it. With 75 breakfast recipes that are entry-level-easy, with at least half requiring no more than five minutes of hands-on prep time, every delicious recipe is an exercise in good nutrition and good taste. Written by a nutritionist with three children, this book arms parents with tips, recipes, and inspiration for making a nourishing breakfast doable and delicious. Rise and Shine is made for busy families and busy mornings, so when breakfast isn't the priority, you can still eat something to start your day off right.
- Simple: The Easiest Cookbook in the World: No Recipe Has More Than 4 Steps or 6 Ingredients by Jean-François Mallet --- TX833.5 .M353 2016
- This is really the easiest cookbook in the world. Every recipe has less than four steps and fewer than six ingredients, illustrated with more than 1,000 user-friendly photographs. No wonder it is an overnight international bestseller!
- Twelve Recipes by Cal Peternell --- TX714.P46228 2014
- When his oldest son was leaving for college, Cal Peternell, the chef of San Francisco's legendary Chez Panisse, realized that, although he regularly made dinners for his family, he'd never taught them the basics of cooking. Based on the life-altering course of instruction he prepared and honed through many phone calls with his son, Twelve Recipes is the ultimate introduction to the kitchen. Peternell focuses on the core foods and dishes that comprise a successful home cook's arsenal, each building skill upon skill—from toast, eggs, and beans, to vinaigrettes, pasta with tomato, and rice, to vegetables, soup, meats, and cake.
- Vegan Vegetarian Omnivore: Dinner for Everyone at the Table by Anna Thomas --- TX714 .T49335 2016
- For years, Anna Thomas’s fans have cooked from her trailblazing vegetarian cookbooks. Now, Anna turns her thoughts to that larger question. We are eating differently: your daughter is a vegan, or you are but your in-laws don’t think it’s dinner without meat, or you’re hosting Thanksgiving for a mixed group… In this timely and useful new book, Anna offers her solutions for reuniting our divided tables.
- The World on a Plate: 40 Cuisines, 100 Recipes, and the Stories Behind Them by Mina Holland --- TX725.A1 H5674 2015
- Holland takes you on a tour of the cuisines of the world, and shows you that what's on your plates tells you what people of different cultures eat—and why. She includes anecdotes, trivia, and lore while serving up a delicious mélange of recipes, history, and culinary wisdom to be savored by food lovers and armchair travelers alike.
Last Updated: April 2017
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