The air is cold, and crisp. Biting even. The kind of weather that is nice and cozy, if you’re staying inside! January is the perfect time to try new recipes. Still working on your New Years resolution? We have books with healthy recipes that still taste good. Or do you need something for your family that fills their body and soul? We have recipes that can become part of your family tradition. Or do you want to try something new? We have all sorts of cookbooks from that- from baking techniques to cultural dishes.
Garten shares 85 new recipes that will feed your deepest cravings. Many of these dishes are inspired by childhood favorites—but with the volume turned way up, such as Cheddar and Chutney Grilled Cheese sandwiches (the perfect match for Ina’s Creamy Tomato Bisque), Smashed Hamburgers with Caramelized Onions, and the crispiest hash browns that are actually made in a waffle iron! Home cooks can always count on Ina’s dependable, easy-to-follow instructions, with lots of side notes for cooking and entertaining.
Alexander Smalls has owned, conceptualized, and helmed some of New York’s most iconic African American restaurants. Now, he follows up the James Beard award-winning Between Harlem and Heaven with Meals, Music, and Muses, a look at his world glimpsed through the lenses of music, food, culture, and history. It is a must-read journey through a life well lived and in recipe and reminiscence details the musical forms learned, the friends and family who instructed, and the foods shared along the way.
“This book isn’t meant to be a sequential cooking course, so dip into it wherever and however you like. Try one of the simple essentials that will make your everyday life easier and more enjoyable, like simmering a great tomato sauce or making a pan sauce for cutlets. Or invite some friends over to share in the success of a kitchen project you’ve always wanted to tackle, like achieving genuine Texas-style barbecue in a regular kettle grill or baking a New York deli-style cheesecake. We hope you think of 100 Techniques as your guidebook to a lifetime of cooking success.”– Provided by publisher.
From Michael Greger, M.D., FACLM, the author of the New York Times bestseller How Not to Die, comes a four-color, fully illustrated cookbook that shares the science of long-term weight-loss success. Dr. Michael Greger founded the viral website Nutritionfacts.org with the aim to educate the public about what healthy eating looks like and connect them with a community through food-related podcasts, videos, and blogs. Since then, Nutritionfacts.org has grown and so has Dr. Greger’s platform. How Not to Die and the How Not to Die Cookbook were instant hits, and now he’s back with a new book about mindful dieting-how to eat well, lose, and keep unwanted weight off in a healthy, accessible way that’s not so much a diet as it is a lifestyle. Greger offers readers delicious yet healthy options that allow them to ditch the idea of “dieting” altogether. As outlined in his book How Not to Diet, Greger believes that identifying the twenty-one weight-loss accelerators in our bodies and incorporating new, cutting-edge medical discoveries are integral in putting an end to the all-consuming activity of counting calories and getting involved in expensive juice cleanses and Weight Watchers schemes. How Not to Diet Cookbook is primed to be a revolutionary new addition to the cookbook industry: incredibly effective and designed for everyone looking to make changes to their dietary habits to improve their quality of life, weight loss notwithstanding.
One-dish meals have been a dinnertime staple for yearsand today theyre more popular than ever! Thats why the team at Taste of Home assembled 519 best-of-the-best recipes for the incredible new cookbook One Pot Favorites. From Instant Pot meal-in-one dishes to complete dinners baked on a sheet pan, these hearty one-dish wonders cant be beat. Youll also find simmering Dutch oven specialties, cast-iron skillet suppers, slow-cooker classics, satisfying stews and many more recipes, each offering the one-dish convenience todays family cooks crave.