New Cookbooks

Who's hungry? Here's a list of new cookbooks that might make things easier around the kitchen.

Click for availability and more information The Baker Creek vegan cookbook: traditional ways to cook, preserve and eat the harvest., by Jere Gettle
The co-founders of The Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Company and coauthors of The Heirloom Life Gardners present more than 125 recipes, from Asia to Appalachia, that are delicious and easy-to-make, as well as offer an affordable way to grow food organically and naturally.

Click for availability and more information Cooking off the clock, by Elizabeth Falkner
A Top Chef Masters judge and owner of San Francisco's Citizen Cake and Orson restaurant presents an eclectic range of recipes for full meals and quick snacks that can be prepared with limited time and resources, in a volume that also shares the author's imaginative approach to classic comfort foods. 

Click for availability and more information Flour water salt yeast: the fundamentals of artisan bread and pizza , by Ken Forkish
From Portland's most acclaimed and beloved baker comes this must-have baking guide, featuring scores of recipes for world-class breads and pizzas and a variety of schedules suited for the home baker. The book offers a complete baking education, with a thorough yet accessible explanation of the tools and techniques that set artisan bread apart.

Click for availability and more information Meals Made Easy: quick and delicious recipes for every night of the week, by Renee Schettler
A full-color book with quick recipes for such classics as Vegetable Soup, Chicken Cacciatore and Greek Salad includes one-pot meals, no-shop meals, 30-minute meals, no-cook meals, freezer meals, shortcut meals and reliable sides. Excellent for the working mom or dad.

Click for availability and more information The Mile End Cookbook: redefining Jewish comfort food, from hash to hamantaschen, by Noah & Rae Bernamoff
The husband-and-wife team behind Brooklyn's acclaimed Mile End restaurant presents a modern collection of Jewish comfort food recipes that adds artisanal flares to such traditional dishes as brisket, borscht and potato pancakes while sharing advice on everything from baking challah to making quick and easy pickles.

Click for availability and more information Turkey: more than 100 recipes with tales from the road. , by Leanne Kitchen
More than 100 recipes from across seven diverse regions--including the narrow streets of Istanbul, a fishing village on the Aegean, and the sheep-lined roads near Lake Van--showcase the best of Turkish cuisine.

Click for availability and more information The ultimate allergy-free snack cookbook: over 100 kid-friendly recipes for the allergic child. , by Judi & Shari Zucker
This helpful book contains over 100 vegetarian recipes that are free of eggs, cow's milk, soy, wheat, peanuts, tree nuts, fish and shellfish.

Click for availability and more information Weelicious: 150 fast, fresh, and easy recipes , by Catherine McCord
Filled with an abundance of recipes and tips for creating quick, easy and healthy food for young children, this cookbook from the creator of the highly popular blog teaches parents how to raise great eaters who appreciate food and aren't afraid to try new things.

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